EFL goals and recap: Sheffield United close in on Premier League; Leyton Orient promoted to League One -Dlight News

 EFL goals and recap: Sheffield United close in on Premier League;  Leyton Orient promoted to League One

Burnley must hope to clinch the Championship title after a 2-2 draw at Rotherham.

Sheffield United 1-0 win over bristol city meant that the Clarets were unable to finish on Tuesday night.

Burnley needed to improve on the Blades’ result to seal top spot, but their celebrations were delayed.

Scott Twine gave the visitors, already promoted to the Premier League, a first-half lead at Rotherham, but Vitinho’s own goal leveled it.

Manuel Benson’s goal with nine minutes remaining looked to give Vincent Kompany’s side the win until the Millers scored four minutes later when Georgie Kelly equalized closely to keep Burnley’s title celebrations frozen.

James McAtee gave the second-placed Blades a 1–0 win over the Robins to leave Paul Heckingbottom’s side 10 points behind Burnley with four games remaining.

They are eight points ahead of third-placed Luton, who visit Reading on Wednesday.

west brom climbed into the top six with a 2-0 win over relegation-threatened Blackpool.

The Baggies opened the scoring with a Brandon Thomas-Asante goal in the 18th minute and substitute Taylor Gardner-Hickman made it 2-0 within the hour when he collected John Swift’s pass and fired.

A fifth defeat in six games leaves Blackpool four points from safety having played more games than their rivals above them.

The Baggies are two points behind the fifth seed mill wall -with one game less- after the Lions suffered another play-off blow.

Lukas Jutkiewicz’s winning goal in the first half gave Birmingham a 1-0 win at The Den, meaning Millwall have scored in just one of their last five games.

sunderlands missed another chance to keep in touch with the top six after a 1-1 draw against a huddersfield side that are now two points above the bottom three.

Tony Mowbray’s side took the lead when Joe Gelhardt opened the scoring after 35 minutes, but they were stopped by Josh Koroma as he drove to the edge of the box and found the corner.

Lowest point Wigan they gave themselves a late survival saver with 1-0 in Prime.

Will Keane’s second game-winner ensured the Latics keep fighting, but rivals Reading, QPR and Cardiff have games to play.

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plymouth retained top spot in Sky Bet League One in dramatic fashion after Callum Wright scored six minutes into stoppage time to earn a 2-1 comeback in Shrewsbury.

The Pilgrims looked set to lose valuable points in the promotion race before Wright pounced after Joe Edwards’ equalizer canceled out Killian Phillips’ opening goal on 53 minutes.

Second classified ipswich they were on the verge of snatching top position but remain a point behind Steven Schumacher’s leaders after their 2-1 win over the managerless Port Vale.

The Tractor Boys were also forced to come from behind at Portman Road, with a brace from Nathan Broadhead, the second from a penalty six minutes from time, canceling out Malvind Benning’s first-half goal.

sheffield wednesday held on for a 2-1 win in bristol rovers to keep the pressure on the top two.

First-half goals from Barry Bannan and Akin Famewo put the Owls on their way to just a second success in nine games before Aaron Collins’ 16th goal of the season ensured a nervous finish.

fourth classified barnsley lost ground after a goalless draw in lincolnwhile Jonson Clarke-Harris’ 25th goal of the season helped peterborough rises to fifth place that won 2-1 in the second bottom accrington.

Bolton complete the play-off picture after being tied 1-1 in Rig.

Victor Adeboyejo gave Wanderers an early lead against his former club, but Josh Walker equalized for Albion.

Derby they trail the Trotters on goal difference, although they did play one more game, after David McGoldrick moved to 21 league goals on the season with a brace in a 2–1 win at exeter.

Wycombe kept their top-six hopes alive thanks to goals from Ryan Tafazolli and David Wheeler in a 2-1 win against a relegation-threatened team. cambridge.

oxfords stay one point above Mark Bonner’s men and the relegation zone thanks to a 1-1 draw at home against Portsmouth. Sam Long canceled out an impressive free-kick by Marlon Pack at Kassam Stadium.

On the other hand, Jack Payne won charlton a 1-0 success in METERwhat gifts and relegated Forest Green held wooden fleet to a goalless draw.

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table cover East Leyton were promoted from Sky Bet League Two, despite suffering a 2-0 loss to Gillingham at Priestfield.

Alex MacDonald and a Cheye Alexander penalty gave the Gills the win after Orient sent off Omar Beckles in the 14th minute.

of bradford 1-0 defeat in swindoninflicted by a late Jonny Williams goal, it ensured the O’s returned to the third tier for the first time since 2015.

northampton remains second after a 2-1 win at sutton. Mitch Pinnock scored the decisive goal after Donovan Wilson disallowed Louis Appere’s first goal.

Jordan Roberts’ early finish was enough for third place Stevenage beat Doncaster 1-0 and staying one point behind the Cobblers with one game less.

Carlisle and Stockport dropped points in the quest for automatic promotion after an entertaining 2-2 draw at Brunton Park.

Connor Lemonheigh-Evans headed past the fifth-placed Hatters four minutes from time after the fourth-placed hosts led thanks to Jon Mellish and Owen Moxon canceling out Myles Hippolyte’s grand finish.

Deep down, beleaguered rochdale earned a stay of execution after fighting off two goals to draw 2-2 with Tranmere.

Ethan Ebanks-Landell equalized in stoppage time for Dale after Danny Lloyd halved the deficit following a Richard O’Donnell own goal and a Josh Hawkes penalty for Rovers.

second background hartlepool suffered a 2-0 defeat in the play-off contenders Salford after first-half goals from Matt Smith and Louie Barry, ranked 22nd Crawley three points better after a goalless draw at home against Colchester.

harrogate moved six points out of harm’s way after goals from Sam Folarin, Kazeem Olaigbe and Alex Pattison earned them a convincing 3-0 win over Walsall.

Elsewhere, chasing the play-offs mansfield won 2-1 in Newport after the blows of Hiram Boateng and James Gale, while grimsby defeat Forklift truck 1-0 thanks to Danilo Orsi’s goal.

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