Championship Review 23rd August 2008
Plymouth 0-1 Swansea
Jason Scotland condemned Plymouth Argyle to their second successive defeat as Swansea continued to make light of their first season in the Championship.
Derby 0-1 Southampton
Derby County's desperate run continued when they were beaten by a young Southampton side who thoroughly deserved their first win of the season.
QPR 2-0 Doncaster
Emmanuel Jorge Ledesma netted his first goal for QPR as his side inflicted Doncaster Rovers' first league defeat of the season.
Crystal Palace 0-0 Burnley
Nine-man Crystal Palace held on for a hard-earned, but well-deserved, point in an ill-tempered affair against Burnley, at Selhurst Park.
Blackpool 1-3 Sheff Utd
Controversial penalties and some clinical finishing meant Blackpool's miserable start to the season continued.
Cardiff 2-2 Norwich
Two late goals from Norwich City sub Arturo Lupoli rescued a point for the visitors after Ross McCormack's double looked to have given Cardiff City victory.
Ipswich 0-2 Wolverhampton
Ten-man Ipswich Town slumped to a second home defeat of the season - one more than in the whole of last season - against an impressive Wolves side.
Sheff Wed 1-1 Preston
Richard Chaplow salvaged a point for high-flying Preston North End at Sheffield Wednesday, snatching an equaliser with 13 minutes left to play at Hillsborough.
Nottm Forest 3-2 Watford
Watford twice came from behind, but could not prevent Nottingham Forest from registering their first win in the Championship, as a goal from substitute Nathan Tyson earned them a 3-2 success.
Birmingham 2-0 Barnsley
Kevin Phillips and Garry O'Connor struck for the second successive match to fire Birmingham City to their fourth win of the season.
Coventry 0-3 Bristol City
Former Coventry City striker Dele Adebola returned to haunt his old club as Bristol City maintained their unbeaten start to the season.
Charlton 4-2 Reading
Charlton Athletic's new-look team gave a pulsating performance to send relegated Reading to their first Championship defeat of the season in a match full of goals and controversy.