Sky Bet Championship round-up: Barnsley's winning run ends and Swans denied chance to go second 
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  • Blackburn Rovers 1-1 Swansea City

This result and below-par performance from Swansea City saw them miss the chance to move into the automatic promotion places.

Both sides had penalty appeals turned down in the opening half-hour but failed to create any clear-cut chances.

Bradley Dack put Blackburn Rovers ahead in the 37th minute when he slotted through Freddie Woodman's legs.

Andre Ayew equalised four minutes later with his fourth spot-kick in as many games after Sam Gallagher had fouled Jay Fulton.

Ben Brereton had a chance to put Rovers back ahead early in the second half, but his lobbed attempt went wide.

The point leaves the Swans in third and behind Watford on goal difference, while Blackburn climb one place to 14th.

  • QPR 1-0 Wycombe Wanderers

Ilias Chair scored the game's only goal 23 minutes in as QPR climbed four places to 12th with victory over basement boys Wycombe Wanderers.

Chris Willock danced his way past two players and into the box before striking at goal. The shot ricocheted off the post and onto the goal-line, leaving Chair with the simple task of tapping the ball home.

The visitors were looking to hit back 10 minutes later when Anis Mehmeti forced Seny Dieng into a decent save.

Chair had a chance to make it 2-0 after the restart, but his shot struck the woodwork.

Willock hit the post from inside the box in the 69th minute after a clever more as the hosts looked to kill the game off.

They managed to hold on for the three points and condemned Gareth Ainsworth's side to their fourth straight defeat.

  • Barnsley 0-0 Derby County

Barnsley's seven-match winning run came to an end after a stalemate with Derby County at Oakwell.

A dull first half saw neither team look like opening the scoring, but that changed soon after half-time.

Alex Mowatt's cross found Conor Chaplin in the 47th minute, but he was denied by Derby keeper Kelle Roos from point-blank range.

Lee Gregory had a big chance to put the Rams ahead, but a heavy touch allowed Bradley Collins to come out and save.

Wayne Rooney's side came agonisingly close to winning the game with 10 minutes remaining when Graeme Shinnie's effort hit the post and somehow stayed out.

The point sees no movement in the table for sixth-placed Barnsley, while Derby climb to 18th.