Sheffield Wednesday earned a point from their clash against Huddersfield Town away from home, thanks to the brilliant display of Keiren Westwood.
The Republic of Ireland international was a star between the sticks and kept out everything that was thrown at him.
Russell Martin (Norwich City)
Russell Martin marked his 200th appearance for the club with a brilliant goal from 25 yards against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Although the match at Carrow Road ended in a 3-3 draw, the 28-year-old gave an overall good display.
Eric Lichaj had yet another good game for Nottingham Forest, who hammered Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-0 away from home. The USA international was a rock at the back.
Alan Dunne (Millwall)
The 32-year-old’s performance in defence was a key factor in Millwall’s draw with Charlton Athletic at The Valley. Dunno worked hard and made an importance off-the-line clearance.
Craig Forsyth was a key reason behind Derby County’s 2-1 away victory over Watford on Saturday, providing the assist for the winner and showing consistency in the match.
Henri Lansbury (Nottingham Forest)
The former Arsenal midfielder had yet another brilliant game for Forest and show just important he is to the team.
The 24-year-old was a key player in the middle of the park and was on target as well.
Francis Coquelin (Charlton Athletic)
Francis Coquelin is still on the books of Arsenal, but one suspects that he is unlikely to feature in manager Arsene Wenger’s long-term plans.
However, the 23-year-old continues to do his job at Charlton Athletic, this time giving a good account of himself against Millwall with three tackles and seven interceptions.
Toumani Diagouraga (Brentford)
Brentford continued to amaze Championship followers with yet another win, this time getting the better of former Premier League outfit Fulham 2-1 at home on Friday. One of the hosts’ best players was central midfielder Toumani Diagouraga.
Matty Fryatt (Nottingham Forest)
Another Forest player who was impressive over the weekend, Matty Fryatt scored one goal and was involved in another.
It was Jordan Rhodes’s commitment and refusal to give up which saw him take advantage of a Leeds united defensive mix-up to score the equaliser.
The striker kept his cool to slot home a late penalty which proved to be the winner.
Clayton Donaldson (Birmingham City)
It was not easy for Birmingham City to get the better of Rotherham United away from home, but they have a certain Clayton Donaldson to thank for a 62nd-minute winner.