Matchday 38 in the Championship saw a huge 42 goals over the 12 matches including eight in a thriller at the Pirelli Stadium as Brentford beat Burton Albion 5-3. We take a look at how the results affected the top scorers in the league.
It was a quiet day at the top for the Championship’s top scorers, but one man extended his lead at the very top.
Leeds’ Chris Wood scored again as he bagged a brace against title chasers Brighton to further their promotion push.
The striker now has 24 goals this season, moving three clear of Newcastle’s Dwight Gayle who has struggled with injury.
He’s now scored five goals in his last four matches and is 11 goals better off than last season.
Chris Wood Games And Goals
2015/16 – 36 appearances – 13 goals
2016/17 – 36 appearances – 24 goals
Aston Villa have now won five of their last six games and Scott Hogan finally grabbed his first goal for the club since his January move to Birmingham.
After suffering an ankle injury back in February, he returned from the bench to score the second in a 2-0 win over Wigan.
It means he moves onto 15 goals for the season and finally adds to the 14 he managed with Brentford earlier in the season.