Nathan Tella’s hat-trick guaranteed Burnley The championship leaders continued their march back to the Premier League as they marched towards victory. body.

Vincent KompanyAfter a 3-1 win at MKM Stadium, his team only needs three more wins to secure promotion.

An even halftime ended with Tella’s kick in front of the visitors, followed by a volleyball and a stylish finishing win, a late consolation for Ozan Tufan Hull.

Sheffield United are 13 points behind in second place after coming from behind to win 2-1 at Sunderland.

A great finish from Edouard Michut on loan from Paris St Germain – a first for the Black Cats – opened the score at the Stadium of Light.

United were to rebound, but James McAtee led an equalizer home in the first half stoppage time before Tommy Doyle’s free kick sealed an hourly comeback win.

Luton’s promotion hopes remained intact after Hatters took a 1-0 win over mid-table Bristol City at home.

The hosts needed just four minutes to score three consecutive wins for Rob Edwards and Hatters, scoring the only goal of the game.

Carlton Morris went home with a beautiful Cody Drameh cross to end the competition in favor of Luton, who approached third-place Middlesbrough by a point.

Blackburn moved up to fifth place, two points behind Luton after saying goodbye to 10 people. Read 2-1 at Ewood Park.

Ryan Hedges’ late effort proved decisive after Cesare Casadei’s first senior goal equalized Ben Brereton Diaz’s opening goal, coupled with a late rad card for Mamadou Loum on Reading’s night.

Huddersfield walked away from the bottom of the table because they had frustrated the old boss. david wagner and playoff prospects Norwich.

Gabriel Sara put the Canaries ahead, but the rarely threatening Terriers drew 1-1 with an own goal from Grant Hanley, while Arsenal loan Marquinhos was sent late for Norwich.

Cardiff was one more point away from the relegation zone with a 1-1 draw at home to West Brom, and Sory Kaba’s equalizer canceled Daryl Dike’s opener for the Baggies.