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Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and David Prutton to discuss all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.

The panel dissects all the most recent news and talking points from the EFL, while Barnsley’s Carlton Morris takes Ten To Tackle.

In the Championship (from the start) the panel look back at another weekend of action as Bournemouth took full control of second spot after thumping Huddersfield, Luton rose to third after another win and Blackburn and QPR suffered further damaging defeats.

At the other end of the table Reading fan Becka White (@MissBeckaEllen) talks us through a huge win for the Royals in the relegation battle, as Barnsley and Derby dropped points.

Barnsley forward Carlton Morris (33m43s) then takes centre stage as he reveals all by answering our quickfire questions in Ten To Tackle.

In League One (37m57s) there was another bump for leaders Rotherham, Plymouth fan Ryan Shiner (@AwayArmy) discusses their recent surge in form, Gillingham climbed out of the bottom four and Shrewsbury edged closer to safety.

And in League Two (49m51s) the remarkable form of Bristol Rovers continued under Joey Barton, Port Vale fan Jonny (@AleAndValePod) assesses their latest resurgence, Stevenage changed managers again as Steve Evans replaced Paul Tisdale and Mark Cooper left Barrow.

All that and much, much more!

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