Leeds' outside Sky Bet Championship play-off hopes were all but ended by a breathless 3-3 draw with Norwich. Having seemed top-six certainties from November to the start of April, a run of one win in six left Garry Monk's men knowing a win here was a must. However, when they were 3-0 down after 44 minutes thanks to a Steven Naismith goal and a Nelson Oliveira double, that edict had gone badly wrong.
Chris Wood missed a great chance to take the lead but shot straight at Stockdale Wood then powerfully headed home his 23rd goal of the season on 65 minutes Brighton's Sam Baldock then narrowly failed to meet Glen Murray's flick-on Anthony Knockaert then shot straight at Rob Green when put clean through Wood added a second from the penalty spot after Doukara was fouled Chris Wood's 26th and 27th goals of his most prolific season to date kept the Championship's automatic promotion race alive as Leeds beat Brighton 2-0.
Garry Monk praised his Leeds players for proving their credentials as they moved third in the Championship with a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest. Leeds' brilliant form since October hit a wall when they lost at Barnsley, but struggling Forest were swept aside as Monk's men made it six home clean sheets and victories in a row.
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Selecting a term
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