Complete success

Blackpool 3 - 0 Sheff Utd

Blackpool continued their fine recent form after a convincing victory against struggling Sheffield United.
On-loan centre-half Marcel Seip gave the hosts the lead on the hour after rising to meet David Vaughan's corner. 
Jason Euell capped a flowing move from Ian Holloway's side to make it 2-0 nine minutes later before Charlie Adam drilled home with eight minutes left. 
Darius Henderson and Matt Kilgallon both missed good chances but the visitors struggled to get going. 
Blackpool stay in the play-off places following the victory and remain unbeaten at home this season, while United have now gone five league games without a win. 
Blackpool manager Ian Holloway on rotating his squad:
"I always try to make changes, because I believe I have now got a squad with strength in depth. 
"The new lads took us in at 0-0 and the guys who came on made a difference. We weathered the storm and stepped it up. 
"I'll carry on with my policy of making changes, because each match in the Championship is horses for courses." 
Sheffield United boss Kevin Blackwell:
"We are going through a bad time, but I feel our work ethic is good and the spirit is there. 
"Things didn't go for us when it mattered. We were the better side in the first half, but the first goal made a difference and Blackpool got on top. 
"I've got injuries. But things will start to happen, I'm not worried."


Bristol City 3 - 1 Plymouth

Bristol City scored three goals in six minutes to see off Championship strugglers Plymouth.
It took the home side 73 minutes to take the lead when Danny Haynes slid in to convert a Jamie McAllister cross. 
Jamie Mackie drilled home to level two minutes later but, almost immediately, McAllister set up Jamie McCombe to head City back in front. 
Nicky Maynard completed the victory when he fired a thunderbolt past the helpless keeper Roman Larrieu. 
Bristol City manager Gary Johnson:
"I didn't think we did enough in the first half to deserve to be in front, but the lads kept going and it became a bit of a chess match. 
"We are keeping ourselves on the coat-tails of the leaders in this league and just have to keep going. 
"I still believe we have the squad to maintain a challenge." 
Plymouth boss Paul Sturrock:
"We keep having these zany moments, it's unlike any team I have been involved with in the past. 
"I keep feeling sorry for my players because they put in a lot of effort, but we can't keep losing concentration when it comes to picking up opponents. 
"There were a lot of good performances, yet we end up 3-1 losers. Saturday's game with Ipswich is now huge for us."