Marco Silva’s Fulham stay high of the Sky Wager Championship due to their 2-1 triumph at Millwall on a profitable evening for travelling sides.
5 of Tuesday’s seven second-tier fixtures resulted in away victories, together with the relegated west Londoners’ journey throughout the capital.
Aleksandar Mitrovic obtained Fulham off to a advantageous begin by netting within the third minute, with 18-year-old Fabio Carvalho doubling their lead six minutes later.
The guests have been on high for many of the match however Benik Afobe’s late header arrange a nervy end.
Stoke are second within the standings after Sam Clucas starred in a 3-1 victory towards his former facet Swansea.
Nick Powell gave the guests a deserved lead that Clucas added to, holding up his shirt in celebration, earlier than Leo Ostigard added a 3rd and Swansea substitute Joel Piroe grabbed a comfort.
Former Stoke boss Nathan Jones’ Luton sit a spot behind them having triumphed 1-0 at Barnsley due to Amari’i Bell’s first aim since March 2019.
Coventry ended the night in fourth due to Viktor Gyokeres’ aim on the stroke of half-time sealing a 1-0 win at Blackpool.
The fifth away victory got here at Studying, the place Bristol Metropolis held their nerve to safe a 3-2 win.
Andreas Weimann and Chris Martin put Nigel Pearson’s males 2-0 forward after 14 minutes on the Madejski Stadium, just for Femi Azeez to shortly scale back the arrears.
Weimann grabbed his second of the night early within the second half, however Liam Moore ensured a tense conclusion as Studying pushed for a leveller to no avail.
Huddersfield have been the one residence facet to triumph on Tuesday as Sepp van den Berg’s personal aim was sufficient to see off Preston 1-0, whereas Aden Flint was Cardiff’s hero as Peterborough have been denied victory on the demise.
Darren Ferguson’s newly-promoted hosts regarded on the right track for a second successive victory when hanging twice within the area of three minutes early within the second half by Harrison Burrows and Siriki Dembele.
However Metropolis had different concepts as they piled on the stress to grab a draw, with Flint scoring two medical headers – each courtesy of beautiful Marlon Pack crosses – in a breathless finale to a 2-2 draw.