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Rotherham's Revell ensures first win in 10 for Millers

Goals from Tom Lawrence and Alex Revell earned Rotherham their first win in 10 matches to pile the misery on fellow strugglers Wigan in the Championship.

Alex Revell scored the Millers winner Credit: Press Association

The 2-1 result now leaves Wigan - one of the pre-season favourites for

promotion - six points adrift of safety, extending their miserable run to one

win in 17 matches.

Lawrence scored the opener for Steve Evans' Rotherham after a dreadful mistake by Andrew Taylor.

Wigan levelled just after the hour mark when Ben Watson headed home James McClean's corner.

But the visitors picked themselves off the canvas and regained the lead within a minute, Revell heading past Scott Carson from close range.

Credit must be given to the home side for the way they stuck at it, but they were denied a late leveller when Oriol Riera's header came back off the crossbar.

Wigan were first out of the blocks, and Callum McManaman skipped past three defenders before seeing his shot well saved by Adam Collin.

A short corner by the home side presented Watson with a shooting opportunity, but his effort was deflected into the path of Emmerson Boyce, who could only head wide.

Having soaked up a bit of pressure, the visitors then started showing themselves as an attacking threat.

Revell's shot was well parried by Carson, before Emmanuel Ledesma dragged his effort well wide of the mark.

A poor backpass from James Perch almost let in Revell, with only smart footwork by Carson saving his side.

Watson should have opened the scoring for Wigan but blazed high and wide from inside the area.

But Rotherham gradually took a hold on proceedings and started asking the more probing questions.

Leon Barnett was at full stretch to cut out a cross from Ben Pringle, and it took a fabulous block from James Perch to snuff out a swift breakaway led by Lawrence and Ledesma.

Revell forced another save from Carson, before the Millers did take the lead five minutes before half-time.

Taylor's error allowed Lawrence to run in on goal, and the young forward finished coolly past Carson.

Rotherham started the second half where they had left off in the first, and Barnett was again required to cut out the danger posed by Lawrence.

Wigan made a double change either side of the hour mark, throwing on strikers Marc-Antoine Fortune and Riera for Shaun Maloney and Don Cowie.

And the home side found an equaliser within seconds of the second switch, McClean's corner being headed home by Watson at the near post.

With nearly 30 minutes to go, the home crowd urged their men on in search of a vital win at the foot of the table. But those plans were immediately nipped in the bud when the Millers regained the advantage within a minute.

Barnett was penalised 30 yards from goal, and Ledesma's deep free-kick was nodded into the net by Revell.

Wigan's attempts at a second leveller were thwarted when Fortune fired over the top from a great position.

And the home side knew the game was up when McManaman's cross from the right was headed against the bar by Riera in the closing stages.

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Barnsley v Leyton Orient

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Sheffield Wednesday boss Gray: 'Lack of quality cost us'

Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray bemoaned his side's missed chances as they lost 1-0 at home to Wolves.

Stuart Gray Credit: Press Association

"Nobody means to miss deliberately, but for some reason today just wasn't our day. You couldn't fault our effort or commitment, but we just needed that little bit of composure," said Gray.

"Kenny Jackett gets into half-time thinking 'how are we still in the game?', but a lack of quality in front of goal has let us down today."

Gray felt that the Owls dominated the majority of the proceedings, and was unhappy over the defending for Clarke's winner.

"One thing we do know is that a lapse of concentration might cost you, and it did," Gray explained.

"The second half was far too open, but when you are on top like we were, you cannot believe that we haven't got a goal. One lapse of concentration has cost us either one point or three points.

"Coming off back to back wins you couldn't have wished for a better start. We could have been maybe 3-0 up in the first 20 minutes. We dominated with the ball and we dominated with the chances."

Huddersfield Town Manager Powell slams Norwich collapse

Huddersfield boss Chris Powell was bitterly disappointed with the way his side collapsed at the start of the second period as they were thrashed 5-0 at Norwich.

Chris Powell Credit: Press Association

The game turned in the 17th minute when Huddersfield were reduced to 10 men following the dismissal of defender Murray Wallace.

He was shown a red card for hauling down Cameron Jerome when he had a clear run on goal and although the Terriers held out until half-time the floodgates opened upon resumption.

Powell said: "You can't start that way in any game of football and expect to get anything from it. It was so unlike us.

"In the first half I thought we coped okay with going a man down but after the break we weren't at it and we got punished.

"Now I have got to pick them up and then we'll go again. I have certainly got some decisions to make about my next team."

Powell accepted that defender Wallace had to go.

"We didn't deal with the first ball and we certainly didn't deal with the second. The referee had a decision to make - and it was the correct one."

Redfearn: No excuses for Leeds defeat

Leeds Head Coach Neil Redfearn refused to blame off-field issues after United were thrashed 4-1 at in-form Ipswich.

Neil Redfearn Credit: Press Association

A dismal week for Leeds, which saw owner Massimo Cellino asked to step down by the Football League after breaching its owners' and directors' test, got worse on the pitch.

They were hit by goals either side of half-time and offered little in a dismal second-half performance which saw Ipswich comfortably stride to an impressive three points.

But Leeds boss Neil Redfearn does not believe that matters off the pitch were an excuse for the performance

When asked about Cellino, Redfearn said: "That would be an excuse. We have had all week to prepare and whatever happens (with Cellino) is for the powers that be at Leeds United.

"After such a great performance against Derby last week (winning 2-0), it is disappointing to come back down to earth with a bump.

"Our performances were gradually picking up week-on-week, but today was an off day.

"Ipswich are a good side, they are second in the table for a reason. We started brightly with a well-taken goal but we took our foot off the pedal for whatever reason.

"You can't come to places like Ipswich Town and give sides a leg-up - but that's what we did."


Leeds lose heavily at Ipswich

Striker Mirko Antenucci's goal was not enough as Leeds United went down 4-1 to in-form Ipswich Town at Portman Road.

Leeds striker Mirco Antenucci's goal was mere consolation Credit: Press Association

The visitors actually took the lead when Mirko Antenucci scored after just four minutes.

But their lead lasted just eight minutes, Daryl Murphy grabbing the first of his two goals, and Leeds never recovered.

David McGoldrick stroked home a penalty to give Ipswich the lead before Murphy scored his 13th of the season just before half-time and any hope of an unlikely comeback was ended in the 48th minute when Tommy Smith scored number four.

Ipswich comfortably saw the second half out as Leeds offered little in the way of either resistance or potency.

Leeds took the lead with just four minutes on the clock. Stephen Warnock was released into the area and the away skipper had the simple task of rolling the ball across the goal for Antenucci to tap in.

But in-form Ipswich were level soon afterwards, Luke Chambers' decent cross being met by the prolific Murphy to head past Marco Silvestri.

Murphy went close to doubling his tally five minutes later when he met Jay Tabb's corner but his goalbound shot was blocked by Jason Pearce.

Ipswich took the lead for the first time in the 26th minute when Warnock went from hero to villain after needlessly bundling over Paul Anderson following Jay Tabb's hopeful ball forward.

McGoldrick made no mistake from 12 yards, calmly placing the penalty into the left-hand corner as Silvestri went the other way.

A minute later it was almost three when Murphy fired wide from close range following Stephen Hunt's knockdown.

Ipswich were in the ascendancy and, six minutes before the break, the dangerous McGoldrick almost added a third after taking control of Tabb's decent through-ball but shooting just wide of the far post.

And on the stroke of half-time, the home side did get their third of the afternoon courtesy of top scorer Murphy.

The striker latched onto a through-ball from Anderson to break into the box and side-foot low beyond Silvestri.

Ipswich started the second half on the front foot, winning a succession of corners and grabbing a fourth goal when Tommy Smith met Hunt's delivery. Berra may have applied the finishing touch at the far post but the New Zealand international claimed the goal.

Murphy then came close to securing his hat-trick with a neat flick volley that Silvestri pushed away at his near post.

Chances were few and far between in the final half-hour, although Liam Cooper almost diverted into his own net late on after a mazy run by sub Teddy Bishop before Chambers headed wide from Kevin Bru's corner.

Wednesday leave it late to win at Blackburn

Claude Dielna came off the bench in injury time to score the winner as Sheffield Wednesday recorded a 2-1 Sky Bet Championship win at Blackburn.

Claude Dielna Credit: Press Association

The Frenchman had only been on the pitch for a minute when he curled in with the last attack of the game as Stuart Gray's side recorded a dramatic victory.

They went ahead early on through Kieran Lee's close range effort, which was soon cancelled out by Alex Baptiste.

Wednesday were resolute throughout and Stevie May forced a low save from Jason Steele but the best chances fell to the hosts, with Jordan Rhodes heading onto the post and Ryan Tunnicliffe forcing a flying save from Keiren Westwood.

But just as it looked like the spoils would be shared, Dielna popped up to give Wednesday a first Ewood Park success since 1999, ending Rovers' nine-match unbeaten run.

Lee came in for the suspended Jose Semedo for the visitors' only change and Wednesday were soon on the front foot as Steele blocked at the feet of Jeremy Helan and May.

But Gray's side were ahead in the third minute. May sprung the offside trap and although his shot was weak, Steele made a mess of gathering it and Lee was on hand to tap home.

Wednesday were quickest to everything but in Blackburn's first decent spell of possession, they equalised when Rhodes nodded down into the path of Baptiste and e wrapped his foot over the ball to fire past Westwood from 10 yards.

It settled Rovers, who looked in control - but they almost conceded again when Shane Duffy missed a routine clearance and May reacted to force a sharp low save from Steele.

There was a lengthy stoppage after Lewis McGugan had to be carried off on a stretcher after suffering a head injury - and Rovers almost caught the visitors out just after the resumption when Craig Conway whipped in a superb cross that Rhodes glanced onto the far post.

But Wednesday missed a glorious chance to retake the lead after 36 minutes when Glenn Loovens headed over a Royston Drenthe free-kick from five yards.

Wednesday were comfortable for the early exchanges of the second half but Rovers turned the screw as the contest wore on and substitute Tunnicliffe's thunderous volley after 72 minutes forced Westwood into a magnificent save to tip over the crossbar.

David Dunn flashed a shot wide late on but just as it looked like the spoils would be shared, substitute Dielna won it in the final minute of injury time with a 25-yard curling effort that flew past Steele via a deflection to record a first away win at the seventh time of asking.

Evans disappointed with Rotherham draw

Rotherham manager Steve Evans believed his side deserved to beat Blackpool by a 'country distance' before Adam Collin's mistake handed Blackpool a 1-1 draw.

Steve Evans Credit: Press Association

Substitute Steve Davies capitalised on goalkeper Collin's huge misjudgement to tap in a leveller with just five minutes to go.

Jordan Bowery had come off the bench himself to put Rotherham ahead on 78 minutes but Collin's error cost them the three points in the basement battle.

Rotherham exited the relegation places but Evans claimed that they should have won the game against the league's bottom team.

Of the calamitous goal, Evans was critical of his captain Craig Morgan as well as the keeper.

He said: "It's just a hoof, Craig slips and then Adam comes out. A 10-year-old should deal with it. He's a lovely kid but I don't want lovely kids, I want winners. He should hit it away, it's a huge error.

"The ball shouldn't get to him because our captain should deal with it. He slipped last week which led to a Birmingham goal and he slipped today so we've told him to sort his footwear out.

"Blackpool were never going to score. I don't think they had a chance from open play in the first half.

"In the first 25 minutes we blew them away. I think it's the most exciting I've seen us play and we just didn't get the goal. If the goal would have come we could have laid them to bed by half time - I think we were that good.

"By a country distance we deserved to win but if you make cardinal sins you get punished."

Stevie May double secures Wednesday win

Stevie May bagged a brace as Sheffield Wednesday ended their 11-game winless run with a 2-1 victory over struggling Wigan.

Stevie May Credit: Press Association

The Scotland international scored either side of half-time after Chris McCann opened the scoring in the Sky Bet Championship clash at Hillsborough.

Owls striker Atdhe Nuhiu headed over in the opening stages before Wigan winger Callum McManaman cut inside from the right at the other end and tested goalkeeper Keiren Westwood at the near post.

The home side almost edged ahead with 18 minutes played when midfielder Jose Semedo, who has registered just one Wednesday goal in four seasons with the club, struck the left-hand upright with a low strike from the edge of the box.

Wigan midfielder McCann then went one better, opening the scoring in the 26th minute.

James McClean curled an inswinging corner into the box from the right and McCann sent a powerful header into the roof of Westwood's goal.

Wednesday did not have to wait long to respond and equalised a minute later with their first goal in four games.

On-loan midfielder Lewis McGugan's ball into the box was recovered by Austrian Nuhiu and he teed up unmarked strike partner May for a simple close-range finish past Latics goalkeeper Scott Carson.<

The quick reply lifted the home crowd and minutes later Dutch winger Royston Drenthe slipped through Jeremy Helan on the left but the full-back was denied by an outstretched arm from Carson.

McManaman's 20-yard shot was saved by Westwood 10 minutes prior to the the break before the Owls keeper turned Marc-Antoine Fortune's low shot behind for a corner.

The visitors almost regained the lead eight minutes after the restart when a scrambled goal-bound header was cleared off the line by McGugan following a Ben Watson corner.

Goalscorer McCann then diverted McManaman's low cross wide of the Wednesday goal before May turned the contest in the Owls' favour in the 71st minute.

The summer signing from St Johnstone met Chris Maguire's cross from the left and his header hit both posts before being adjudged to have crossed the line.

Adam Forshaw narrowly failed to connect with McManaman's right-wing centre with 17 minutes remaining before the latter flashed an effort across goal as Malkay Mackay's men pushed for a leveller.

Wigan went close again in the 86th minute when McClean outpaced the Wednesday backline before rolling an effort towards goal which was cleared by Liam Palmer.

The away side were given four minutes of injury time in which to find an equaliser but Wednesday held firm to claim a second home success of the season.

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