Results from tuesday

Plymouth 1 - 3 Cardiff


Michael Chopra continued his red-hot scoring streak as his hat-trick against Plymouth Argyle fired ten-man Cardiff City to the top of the Championship.
The £4m summer signing hit the visitors into a fourth minute lead after good build-up play from Jay Bothroyd. 
Chopra struck twice more in the final 10 minutes as he celebrated his sixth goal in his opening three league games. 
Alan Gow scored a penalty consolation for Plymouth after Tony Capaldi was sent off for handling inside the box. 
The Cardiff full-back's second yellow card - and subsequent suspension - was the only blemish on a fine night for Cardiff as they continue their unbeaten start to the Championship season. 
Chopra's well executed treble ensures Cardiff have already scored 11 goals in their first four games this season. 
The Cardiff striker's early goal settled the visitors and he lifted Peter Whittingham's through ball over Plymouth keeper Romain Larrieu for his second in the 80th minute. 
He completed his treble from the penalty spot after Cardiff winger Chris Burke was brought down by Marcel Seip. 
Plymouth's Gary Sawyer had earlier crashed a header against the Cardiff bar before Joe Ledley did likewise for the Bluebirds.

Nottm Forest 2 - 4 Watford


Tommy Smith inspired Watford to their first win of the Championship season.
The striker, a Reading target, crossed for Danny Graham to head the visitors in front, but Dexter Blackstock's six-yard finish made it 1-1 at half-time. 
Mike Williamson restored the Hornets' lead after Smith's header came off the bar, and Smith's superb finish from outside the area made it 3-1. 
Dele Adebola slotted in to reduce the deficit before debutant Tom Cleverly sealed the win from Jon Harley's pass. 
However, Forest were convinced they should have had a penalty even before their equaliser when Williamson handled to prevent Robert Earnshaw homing in on goal.