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League One news from Monday, November 20, 2017

- David Prutton is expecting Wolverhampton Wanderers to maintain their position at the top of the Sky Bet Championship table and end Leeds United's mini revival on Wednesday, when the pair meet at Molineux, reports Sky Sports.  Writing in his prediction column for Sky, Prutton has predicted a 2-1 victory for Nuno Espirito Santo's side, with the EFL pundit highlighting the importance of the game's op

- Victory over Middlesbrough on Sunday afternoon ensured Leeds United's abysmal run of results came to a sudden halt, with Thomas Christiansen's side bringing to an end a three game losing streak.Victory over former boss Garry Monk's side drew the hosts level on points with their visitors, with the Whites kept out of the playoff places by just an inferior goal difference.Christiansen had come under

- Wolves have been flying this season and that form continued this weekend just gone as they went to Reading and racked up a very solid 2-0 win.The men from the Black Country have had a great campaign up to this point and will surely feel as though they are the side to beat in terms of the promotion chase.Indeed, they seem to have an answer for everything that is getting thrown at them at the moment

- David Prutton is expecting to see Norwich City frustrate Nottingham Forest this week, with the EFL pundit predicting the pair to play out a score draw when they meet at the City Ground on Tuesday, reports Sky Sports.  Writing in his prediction column for Sky, Prutton has predicted Forest and Norwich to play out a 1-1 draw, which would be Mark Warburton's side's first draw of the 2017/18 campaign.J

- Leeds United sit outside the play-off positions on goal difference after a 2-1 win over Middlesbrough moved them level on points with the Teesside club.Victory was much-needed for Thomas Christiansen and the fans after a very tough spell that included six defeats in seven games.However, all of that was forgotten by the time of kick-off with a vociferous Elland Road crowd uniting to help the team b

- Aston Villa got themselves straight back to winning ways at the weekend as they beat QPR 2-1 in the Championship.The men from Villa Park lost to Sheffield Wednesday last time out in a result that left a fair few people shocked and it has since been up to the club to try and turn that around.They achieved that, too, against the Rs as they came from a goal down to beat them at Loftus Road – somethin

- David Prutton is expecting to see Sheffield Wednesday return to winning ways in the Sky Bet Championship this week when they face Ipswich Town at Portman Road, reports Sky Sports.  Writing in his prediction column for Sky, Prutton has predicted that Wednesday will pick up their third victory in four on Tuesday, beating Ipswich 2-1 at Portman Road in a tight contest.Sheffield Wednesday have enjoyed

- This week is the beginning of a new era for Sunderland, with Chris Coleman set to take charge at the Stadium of Light, after becoming Simon Grayson's permanent successor. Coleman is tasked with helping Sunderland avoid relegation in the Sky Bet Championship, which is looking increasingly likely after a difficult start to the 2017/18 campaign.One key problem Coleman is facing is Sunderland's goalke

- According to HITC Sport, Birmingham City midfielder Maikel Kieftenbeld is a target for a trio of Championship clubs.The midfielder’s contract is up in the summer and it is unclear as to where his future truly lies after a late deal with Derby County fell through in the last transfer window.Certainly, he’ll be thinking about what could have been with the Blues struggling for any kind of form – desp