- Pearson surprised by campaign
Nigel Pearson watched Leicester wrap up the Sky Bet Championship title with two games to spare and admitted he did not foresee such a dominant campaign materialising back in August.
- Leicester crowned champions
Leicester clinched the Sky Bet Championship title at the Reebok Stadium with Lloyd Dyer coming off the bench to net a fabulous winner in a 1-0 victory over Bolton.
- Dyche: Continuity rewarded
Burnley and Leicester will both be playing in the Barclays Premier League next year and Clarets manager Sean Dyche insists the promoted duo have been rewarded for their faith in continuity.
- FA charge for Forest striker
Nottingham Forest's Dexter Blackstock has been charged with breaching the Football Association's betting rules.
- Prem sides looking at Loe
Osasuna midfielder Raoul Loe is a target for a number of Premier League clubs this summer, Sky Sports understands.
- Derbyshire delights Brazil
Nottingham Forest caretaker manager Gary Brazil praised match-winner Matt Derbyshire after his two goals sank Leeds, while Brian McDermott emphasised his desire to add to his struggling squad.
- Recipe for success pleases Cook
Manager Paul Cook was pleased with all aspects of Chesterfield's display at Dagenham, where a 1-0 win kept them in the title hunt.
- Derbyshire double downs Leeds
Two goals from Matt Derbyshire kept Nottingham Forest's play-off hopes alive as they beat Leeds 2-0 at Elland Road on Monday.
- County testing Derry nerves
Shaun Derry said the result was all that mattered after Notts County recorded a crucial 1-0 home win over Crawley.
- Pressley: Unbelievable achivement
Coventry boss Steven Pressley said his team were one step closer to an "unbelievable achievement" after a 0-0 draw at Oldham.
- Smith baffled by draw
Walsall boss Dean Smith admitted poor finishing cost his side in the 1-1 draw against Gillingham.
- Rowett hails Brewers fight
Gary Rowett hailed his Burton side after they secured a League Two play-off place for the second season with a 1-1 draw at Newport.
- Man City v West Brom preview
Manchester City cannot afford to drop points against West Brom if they are to have any hope of overhauling Liverpool in the Premier League title race.
- Ward puts future on hold
Stephen Ward is happy to wait until the end of the season to discuss whether he has a long-term future at Brighton & Hove Albion.
- Thorne has Premier League aim
On-loan midfielder George Thorne wants to help Derby County to win promotion to the Premier League before discussing his long-term future.
- Newport v Burton preview
Team news for Easter Monday's League Two clash between Newport and Burton at Rodney Parade.
- Mel: One victory not enough
West Brom manager Pepe Mel does not believe one win will be enough to ensure his side safety from relegation this season.
- Dag & Red v Chesterfield preview
Team news for Easter Monday's League Two clash between Dagenham & Redbridge and Chesterfield at Victoria Road.
- Oldham v Coventry preview
Team news for Easter Monday's League One clash between Oldham Athletic and Coventry City at Boundary Park.
- Pellegrini: Mel can succeed
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has backed his West Brom counterpart Pepe Mel to be a success in English football.
- Derby v Barnsley preview
Derby boss Steve McClaren has hinted at making changes for Easter Monday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Barnsley at Pride Park.
- Brazil hopeful over play-offs
- Rowett: We can relax a bit
Gary Rowett was delighted with Burton's 3-0 thumping of Hartlepool that kept them in the hunt for automatic promotion.
- Brewers put three past Pools
Hartlepool sank deeper into relegation trouble after going down 3-0 at Burton, their sixth successive defeat.
- Birmingham hold Tyreso
Birmingham City Ladies held Tyreso FF to a goalless draw in their UEFA Champions League semi-final first-leg match.
- Forest creep past Birmingham
Nottingham Forest avoided notching up a 13th Sky Bet Championship game without a win - and kept their faint hopes of making the play-offs alive with a 1-0 win over Birmingham.
- Pearson eyeing perfect finish
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson has challenged his players to win the last three games of the season after a 1-0 victory over QPR at the King Power Stadium put them on the brink of clinching the Sky Bet Championship title.
- Leicester close in on title
Leicester edged closer to the Sky Bet Championship title with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over QPR at the King Power Stadium.
- Learning curve for Lascelles
Nottingham Forest's Jamaal Lascelles says he is learning how to handle the expectation of being a £5million-rated defender.
- McClaren: Burnley will go up
Derby manager Steve McClaren has declared Burnley certainties for automatic promotion despite delaying their return to the Premier League with a 2-0 win at Doncaster on Good Friday.
- Derby win makes Burnley wait
Derby County beat Doncaster 2-0 to keep the heat on Burnley in the race for automatic promotion to the Premier League.
- Pressley: We need to battle
Coventry manager Steven Pressley believes his side are still in a relegation battle following the agonising 2-1 defeat to Swindon.
- Pitch invasion puzzles Jackett
Kenny Jackett refused to let three minor pitch invasions during the game take the shine off Wolves' 6-4 win against Rotherham.
- Cook looks to the positives
Chesterfield manager Paul Cook admitted his team were not at their best against Exeter on Good Friday.
- Derry: We need more luck
Notts County boss Shaun Derry bemoaned his side's luck following the 2-1 defeat to Bristol City.
- Smith targets smooth run-in
Walsall manager Dean Smith has urged his team to end the season with a flourish following their 1-1 draw with Carlisle.
- Doyle spot on in Spireites draw
Exeter remain deep in relegation trouble despite holding promotion-chasing Chesterfield to a 1-1 draw at the Proact Stadium.
- Wolves edge 10-goal thriller
Wolves put one hand on the League One title with an amazing 6-4 win over Rotherham, which also saw Brentford earn promotion.
- Villa v Southampton preview
Aston Villa will aim to buck a run of four consecutive Premier League defeats when they host Southampton at Villa Park.
- Russell: We can get promotion
Johnny Russell feels Derby County have what it takes to catch Burnley, starting with their next game against Doncaster.
- Parker says Birmingham ready
Birmingham City Ladies manager David Parker admits his side have a "mountain to climb" if they are to overcome Tyreso FF when the sides meet in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final this weekend.
- Up for the fight
Shaun Derry says his experience of fighting relegation as a player can help him lead Notts County to safety.
- Lambert looks to Villa future
Paul Lambert insists he wants to stay on at Aston Villa and is targeting summer signings to fire the club up the Premier League.
- Cohen looking to prove worth
Chris Cohen believes he, and every other member of the Nottingham Forest squad, must prove themselves to incoming boss Stuart Pearce.
- Sako hints at Wolves stay
Bakary Sako has hinted that he will still be a Wolverhampton Wanderers player next season, with it his intention to honour his contract.
- James: Tough to snub United
Matty James found it 'difficult' to turn down a new deal at Manchester United, but has seen that decision justified at Leicester City.
- Lambert silent on coaching duo
Paul Lambert has refused to discuss the situation surrounding backroom duo Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa following the pair's suspension pending an internal investigation.
- Westwood: Villa are focused
Aston Villa midfielder Ashley Westwood says the players' focus is on their next game against Southampton, despite the problems at the club.
- Lerner comes out fighting
Aston Villa chairman Randy Lerner has issued a bullish statement in reaction to the suspension of two of his coaching staff, stressing the importance of "loyalty and commitment" to the club's cause.
- Vaughan making injury progress
Nottingham Forest midfielder David Vaughan has stepped up his comeback from injury by playing 45 minutes for the Under-21s.
- Jackett: Wolves have moved on
Kenny Jackett is not expecting to welcome many of those currently out on loan back into his ranks at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
- Derbyshire impresses Brazil
Nottingham Forest caretaker boss Gary Brazil says that Matt Derbyshire is doing the right things to earn a new deal at the club.
- Demetriou offered Forest deal
Nottingham Forest have offered highly-rated striker James Demetriou a new deal, Sky Sports understands.
- Pearson takes Leicester point
Nigel Pearson was content with a point after Leicester were held to a 1-1 draw with Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
- Reading move back into top six
Reading moved back into the Championship play-off spots on Monday night with a hard-earned 1-1 draw against already-promoted Leicester City at The Madejski Stadium.
- McClaren still wants second
Derby head coach Steve McClaren has not totally given up on chasing down Burnley for the second automatic promotion spot in the Championship.
- Young Magpies offered pro deals
Youth-team players Brad McGowan and Harry Andrews have been offered professional contracts by Notts County.
- Brazil demands Forest pride
Caretaker boss Gary Brazil concedes it is 'very hard' for Nottingham Forest to make the Championship play-offs - and wants the players to restore some pride at the very least.
- Kearns extends Spireites stay
Chesterfield have extended Daniel Kearns' loan from Peterborough until the end of the season.
- Jackett eyes Premier League
Wolves manager Kenny Jackett believes his promotion-winning squad is capable of reaching the Premier League and has tipped them to mount a major offensive on the Championship next season.
- Ridgewell: Row rallied WBA
Liam Ridgewell believes a recent dressing room row has helped to rally West Brom's players in the battle for Premier League survival.
- Berahino reprimanded by Albion
West Brom have taken action against Saido Berahino after the striker was videoed inhaling nitrous oxide in his car after Albion's 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United last month.
- Reid:We have to take positives
Steven Reid admits his teammates were disappointed not to hold on for victory against Tottenham on Saturday but feels the draw against Tim Sherwood's men could be an important point gained by his side.
- Pearson: Let's finish the job
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson has urged his side to be professional and finish what they started by winning the Sky Bet Championship, beginning with victory at Reading on Monday night.