- Everton 4-2 Leicester City
- Birmingham 1-2 Derby
- Burton 1-1 Aston Villa
- Nottingham Forest 2-0 Huddersfield
- Chesterfield 1-0 Port Vale
- Coventry City 1-0 Peterborough
- Northampton 1-2 Sheffield United
- Carlisle 1-2 Notts County
- Doncaster 1-0 Mansfield
- Birmingham 0-1 Derby
- Burton 0-1 Aston Villa
- Nottingham Forest 1-0 Huddersfield
- Chesterfield 0-0 Port Vale
- Coventry City 0-0 Peterborough
- Northampton 1-0 Sheffield United
- Carlisle 0-0 Notts County
- Doncaster 0-0 Mansfield
Coventry City's return to Wembley 30 years on from their FA Cup victory ended in glory yesterday.
The Sky Blues put aside what has been a dismal season to lift the Checkatrade Trophy in front of tens of thousands of fans.
They beat Oxford United 2-1 at the national stadium.
Leicester continue their impressive form against Stoke, West Bromwich Albion held Manchester United and Aston Villa claim another victory.Read the full story ›
Leicester City's Jamie Vardy has scored for England in their World Cup qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley.
The Foxes striker scored in the 66th minute after coming on for Jermain Defoe.
West Bromwich Albion defender Jonas Olsson has left the club after nine years at the Hawthorns.Read the full story ›
Leicester midfielder Danny Drinkwater has backed Craig Shakespeare to stay beyond the summer as the Foxes prepare for their Sevilla showdown.
New boss Shakespeare was named as the club's new manager until the end of the season on Sunday.
He replaced Claudio Ranieri after the Italian was sacked last month, just 24 hours after Leicester's 2-1 Champions League last 16 first leg defeat in Seville.
Shakespeare, who was Ranieri's assistant, takes charge of his first game as a full-time manager in the second leg at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday and insists he has not thought about the job beyond the end of 2016/17.
But Drinkwater wants to see the new manager stay for a long time.
On behalf of all the players I think all of us would like to see him get the job long term.
It's a great appointment. It's a good fit. We haven't got much time to turn things around but there's no better person for the job.
I don't think it's changed an awful lot. He needs to take control more as manager and any changes he's made have been positive for the players.
He's been a pleasure to work with as manager - but he's taken different roles as a coach. He helps us enjoy the football. It's not only for the players and manager but one of the biggest games in the club's history.
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Here is a look at how our midlands teams performed on Saturday across the leagues.Read the full story ›