Another weekend, another set of fixtures throughout the Championship, League One, and League Two. Fans travel all over the country to back their sides, and we collect those numbers in one place! Below shows the attendances and results for the Easter Weekend in the English Football Leagues.

Sky Bet Championship

Over the Easter weekend, Brighton and Hove Albion beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 – 0 which puts them four points clear at the summit of the Sky Bet Championship. A win on Monday for the Seagulls against Wigan Athletic will see them secure promotion to the Barclays Premier League for the first time in their history.

Reading secured and consolidated their fourth place spot in the Sky Bet Championship after they saw out a 3 – 1 against Aston Villa at Villa Park on the Easter weekend. Closer to the bottom of the table, Bristol City picked up another win under the strained stewardship of Lee Johnson against Queens Park Rangers. On course for relegation, Blackburn Rovers saw out an important away win against Nottingham Forest, which closes the gap to safety to just two points.

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Wigan Athletic v Barnsley

Result: 3 – 2
Goals (Wigan Athletic): Powell (71′minutes, 72′minutes, 82′minutes pen)
Goals (Barnsley): 
Armstrong (42′minutes)Kent (59′minutes)
Venue: DW Stadium

Sheffield Wednesday v Cardiff City

Result: 1 – 0
Goals (Sheffield Wednesday): Forestieri (84′minutes)
Venue: Hillsborough
Attendance: 28,007 – away support breakdown available.

Rotherham v Birmingham City

Result: 1 – 1
Goals (Rotherham): D Ward (85′minutes)
Goals (Birmingham City): 
Frei Koyunlu (73′minutes)
Venue: New York Stadium

Brentford v Derby County

Result: 4 – 0 4 – 0
Goals (Brentford): Vibe (32′minutes, 82′minutes)Jota (70′minutes, 90′minutes)
Venue: Griffin Park
Attendance: 11,133 – 1,615 away support

Nottingham Forest v Blackburn

Result: 0 – 1
Goals (Blackburn): Hoban (78′minutes)
Venue: City Ground

Norwich City v Fulham

Result: 1 – 3
Goals (Norwich): Jerome (76′minutes)
Goals (Fulham): 
Johansen (5′minutes), Cairney (48′minutes pen)Ayité (89′minutes)
Venue: Carrow Road
Attendance: 27,023 – away support breakdown unavailable

Huddersfield v Preston

Result: 3 – 2
Goals (Huddersfield): Kachunga (43′minutes)Payne (70′minutes)Quaner (90’+6minutes)
Goals (Preston): 
McGeady (23′minutes)Hugill (79′minutes)
Venue: Kirklees Stadium
Attendance: 21,254 – 1,679 away support

Bristol City v QPR

Result: 2 – 1
Goals (Bristol City): Pack (14′minutes)Paterson (40′minutes)
Goals (QPR): 
Sylla (90’+6minutes)
Venue: Ashton Gate

Wolves v Brighton

Result: 0 – 2
Goals (Brighton): Knockaert (45′minutes, 82′minutes)
Venue: Molineux Stadium

Burton Albion v Ipswich Town

Result: 1 – 2
Goals (Burton Albion): Akins (86′minutes pen)
Goals (Ipswich Town): 
Varney (52′minutes og)Sears (79′minutes)
Venue: Pirelli Stadium
Attendance: 5,236 – away support breakdown available

Newcastle v Leeds United

Result: 1 – 1
Goals (Newcastle): Lascelles (67′minutes)
Goals (Leeds United): 
Wood (90’+5minutes)
Venue: St James’ Park

Aston Villa v Reading

Result: 1 – 3
Goals (Aston Villa): Chester (14′minutes)
Goals (Reading): 
Mendes (6′minutes, 46′minutes)Grabban (79′minutes pen)
Venue: Villa Park
Attendance: 30,742 – away support breakdown unavaialble

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