- Rowett, Phelan on City list
- Dawkins edges closer to return
Derby forward Simon Dawkins has made a return from injury with a run out for the development squad.
- Butler poised for another loan
Sheffield United are planning to send Andy Butler back out on loan after seeing an agreement with Walsall collapse.
- American option for O'Hara
Sky Sports understands former Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara could be in line for a move to America with Chicago Fire.
- Forest looking for impact loan
Nottingham Forest are looking for an 'impact' player on loan, but are still refusing to comment on Jack Grealish links.
- Taft suffers injury blow
Burton have been dealt an injury bow with the news that defender George Taft has a torn hamstring.
- County response pleases Derry
Shaun Derry was overjoyed with Notts County's second-half display at Barnsley after they came back from behind to win 3-2.
- Boss pleased by Crawley spirit
John Gregory praised his side's resilience after a late goal from substitute Conor Henderson earned Crawley a 1-0 win over Walsall.
- Burton attitude pleases Rowett
Burton boss Gary Rowett praised the "amazing character" that saw his side home in a 4-3 thriller against Carlisle.
- McClaren marvels at Derby depth
Derby manager Steve McClaren insists his side's 1-0 win away to Sky Bet Championship strugglers Blackpool stands as further evidence he possesses an even stronger squad than last year.
- Jokanovic disappointed by draw
A frustrated Slavisa Jokanovic felt his Watford side played with their hearts rather than their heads after letting the lead slip twice in a 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest.
- Jackett hails Wolves strikers
Head coach Kenny Jackett has warned Wolves' promotion rivals that his strike duo will be hard to stop if his side click.
- Chesterfield undone by Sears
Freddie Sears scored the winner as Colchester beat Chesterfield 2-1 to claim back-to-back home wins for the first time in two years.
- Burton edge seven-goal thriller
A first half goal blitz sank Carlisle and enabled Burton to hold on for victory as an entertaining game at Brunton Park finished 4-3.
- Henderson leaves it late
Substitute Conor Henderson struck a dramatic late winner as Crawley earned a fortuitous 1-0 win over Walsall.
- Petrasso brace downs Barnsley
Michael Petrasso struck a second-half brace as Notts County fought back from two goals down to win 3-2 at Barnsley.
- Oldham add to Coventry's woes
Coventry's slide continued as they went down to a 4-1 defeat at in-form Oldham.
- Derby go top of Championship
A late Chris Martin penalty was enough for Derby who battled to a 1-0 win over Blackpool and to the top of the Sky Bet Championship .
- Where should Fellaini play?
Watch Marouane Fellaini's goal for Manchester United at West Brom, with MNF analysis from Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville.
- Irvine disappointed to draw
Alan Irvine was upset not to claim the win after seeing his West Bromwich Albion side twice pegged back by Manchester United at The Hawthorns.
- West Brom duo stay positive
Craig Dawson remained upbeat after Daley Blind’s late leveller forced West Brom to settle for a 2-2 draw with Manchester United.
- Blind strike rescues United
Daley Blind struck a late leveller as Manchester United's stuttering Premier League form continued with a 2-2 draw against West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns.
- Colchester v Chesterfld preview
Team news for Tuesday's League One clash between Colchester United and Chesterfield at Weston Homes Community Stadium.
- Walsall able to grab Cain
- Barnsley v Notts County preview
Team news for Tuesday's League One clash between Barnsley and Notts County at Oakwell.
- Wolves v Middlesbrough preview
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett could make changes for the visit of Middlesbrough in the Championship on Tuesday night.
- Blackburn v Birmingham preview
Blackburn are keeping their fingers crossed that captain Grant Hanley can replace Matt Kilgallon at the heart of their defence against managerless Birmingham.
- West Brom v Man Utd preview
Manchester United go in search of their third successive victory when they travel to the Hawthorns for the Monday Night Football encounter with West Brom.
- Irvine: United still a force
West Brom boss Alan Irvine insists Manchester United are still a force to be reckoned with in the Premier League, ahead of their visit to The Hawthorns on Monday.
- Gregory: Back to drawing board
Crawley boss John Gregory was critical of his players after they fell to "an embarrassing" 5-3 defeat at Notts County.
- Cotterill: We've won nothing yet
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill was delighted with his side's 3-1 victory at Coventry.
- Bentley lauds veteran Ellison
Jim Bentley praised the enduring skills of forward Kevin Ellison as Morecambe climbed to sixth with a 2-0 win at Burton.
- Cook: Players not learing
Chesterfield manager Paul Cook said his team had some lessons to learn after they played out a pulsating 1-1 draw with Oldham.
- Walsall boss threatens shake-up
Dean Smith accused some of his Walsall players of not showing enough desire as they slipped into the League One relegation zone.
- Bristol City maintain lead
Bristol City maintained their five-point lead at the top of League One after a 3-1 win at Coventry.
- Surreal return for Wolves boss
Kenny Jackett described his return to Millwall as surreal but conceded Wolves' defending was all too ordinary after they surrendered a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 at the Den.
- Thompson hat-trick sinks Crawley
Garry Thompson scored a hat-trick for Notts County as his side recorded a thrilling 5-3 victory over Crawley on Saturday.
- Lee earns Chesterfield spurs
Chesterfield goalkeeper Tommy Lee was on top form as the home side hit back in an entertaining 1-1 draw with Oldham.
- Pearce planning loan approach
Stuart Pearce is scouring the market for loan additions at Nottingham Forest, but is also prepared to lean on youngsters.
- Berahino 'won't come cheap'
Alan Irvine is bracing himself for interest in Saido Berahino but has warned clubs the striker will cost more than £15m.
- Delph faces two months out
Aston Villa and England midfielder Fabian Delph is to undergo surgery after dislocating his right shoulder in training.
- Benteke pushes for Villa start
Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke is pushing for a starting role when Paul Lambert takes his side to Everton on Saturday.
- Brunt winning fitness race
West Brom captain Chris Brunt is winning his race to be fit for Monday night's clash with Manchester United, live on Sky Sports.
- Coventry v Bristol City preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Coventry City and Bristol City at the Ricoh Arena.
- Burton v Morecambe preview
Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Burton Albion and Morecambe at Pirelli Stadium.
- Premier League preview
Chelsea go to Crystal Palace on Saturday looking to extend their Premier League lead, while QPR host Liverpool on Super Sunday.
- Walsall v Crewe preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Wasall and Crewe Alexandra at the Banks's Stadium.
- Southampton dominate nominees
Southampton's impressive form in September has been recognised in the nominations for the Player and Manager of the Month awards.
- Mancienne fulfilling potential
When Borussia Dortmund visited Hamburg in September 2012, the then Bundesliga champions were on a remarkable 31-game unbeaten run in the competition. By contrast, Hamburg had lost their first three games of the season.
- Burton buoyed by study results
Chairman Ben Robinson has greeted the news that Burton offer fans the cheapest day out in League Two with great satisfaction.
- Jackett braced for Lions return
Kenny Jackett is ready for a lively reception when he heads back to Millwall for the first time on Saturday.
- Petrasso relishes Derry reunion
New Notts County loan signing Michael Petrasso is looking forward to linking up again with Magpies manager Shaun Derry.
- Maxwell in awe of Carroll
Fleetwood goalkeeper Chris Maxwell feels honoured to be leading League One in clean sheets this season alongside Roy Carroll.
- Magpies loan for Petrasso
Notts County have signed winger Michael Petrasso on a three-month loan from Premier League side QPR.
- Derby duo on comeback trail
Derby defender Jake Buxton and midfielder Paul Coutts have made a return from injury.
- Grealish pens new Villa deal
Talented youngster Jack Grealish has penned a new deal at Aston Villa, which will keep him at the club until June 2018.
- Palace: Hunt chase hotting up
Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has warned Nottingham Forest that they are not the only ones keen on Jack Hunt.
- Laing extends Notts County loan
Notts County have extended Louis Laing's loan spell from neighbours Nottingham Forest.
- Derby return for Bennett
Bradford's on-loan teenage striker Mason Bennett has been recalled by parent club Derby.
- McCarey injury blow for Wolves
Wolves goalkeeper Aaron McCarey will be sidelined for up to three months following back surgery.
- Keane in Villa admission
Roy Keane has revealed he will quit his role as assistant manager at Aston Villa if it affects his work with the Republic of Ireland.
- Kamara has no complaints
Kei Kamara saw his Middlesbrough deal ended and a move to Wolverhampton Wanderers break down, but is happy to have ended up in MLS with Columbus Crew.
- Pearson: Not everyone is happy
Nigel Pearson concedes it is 'impossible' for him to keep all of his Leicester City players happy as part of a big squad.
- McAuley is in Irvine's plans
West Bromwich Albion boss Alan Irvine has assured Gareth McAuley that he still has an important role to play in his squad.
- Berahino: We can reach finals
Saido Berahino is looking forward to Tuesday’s second-leg tie in Croatia, where England’s Under-21 squad could book their spot in next year’s Euro 2015 Finals.
- Chapman returns to Chesterfield
On-loan Accrington goalkeeper Aaron Chapman has returned to Chesterfield to have a foot injury assessed.
- Landmark delights McAuley
West Brom defender Gareth McAuley says he is thrilled at the prospect of earning his 50th cap for Northern Ireland.
- Simpson over switch shock
Danny Simpson admits leaving Queens Park Rangers came as something of a surprise, but he is already feeling settled at Leicester City.