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Leeds beat Palace 2-1; Guedioura’s golazo lifts Forest past Wolves; Blackpool draw 2-2 with Watford; Robins beat Boro

Leeds 2 – Crystal Palace 1 (Championship, November 24, 2012) (Longer highlights) Second half goals from Luciano Becchio and Paul Green ended Leeds’ seven-match winless streak, while Peter Ramage set up an anxious finale for Whites fans after powerfully heading in Kagisho Dikgacoi’s cross for the visitors.

Wolves 1 – Nottingham Forest 2 (Championship, November 24, 2012) Adlene Guedioura marked his return to Molineux with a brilliant long-range winner against his former club, the Algerian settling the game in the 57th minute after Billy Sharp had cancelled out Bjorn Sigurdarson’s early opener.

GIF: Adlene Guedioura’s wonder-winner (Forest) v Wolves 

GIF: Wolves’ mascot scores a goal

Blackpool 2 – Watford 2 (Championship, November 24, 2012) Watford took an early lead when Ikechi Anya scored in the fourth minute and Troy Deeney doubled that lead after 22 minutes. The second half was all Blackpool though, with former Hornet Kevin Phillips getting Blackpool’s first before substitute Isiah Osbourne bagged an injury-time leveller.

Middlesbrough 1 – Bristol City 3 (Championship, November 24, 2012) The Robins took a shock lead through an Albert Adomah close-range finish that slipped under Boro keeper Jason Steele. Ishmael Miller fired in following Grant Leadbitter’s corner to equalise, but Neil Danns teed up Stephen Pearson to restore the visitors’ advantage. Substitute Steven Davies curled in from Adomah’s pass to wrap up the points.

Ipswich 1 – Peterborough 1 (Championship, November 24, 2012) The Posh, who had lost their last four, took an early lead when Lee Tomlin collected Joe Newell’s pass and shot into the bottom corner from 12 yards. Tomlin’s foul on Lee Martin gave Town a penalty and DJ Campbell equalised.

Hull 0 – Burnley 1 (Championship, November 24, 2012) Burnley midfielder Dean Marney scored the winner against former club Hull as the Clarets moved up to 13th in the Championship.

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