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EFL goals and round-up: Sheffield Wednesday, Peterborough win

Sheffield Wednesday beat Wycombe 3-1 in Sky Bet League One to move up to third in the table; Peterborough back to winning ways with 3-0 victory over Port Vale; League Two leaders Leyton Orient win again

Neither Ipswich nor Portsmouth were in action and Wednesday ensured they took full advantage to spoil Gareth Ainsworth’s 10-year anniversary in charge of the Chairboys. Sheffield Wednesday defeated Wycombe 3-1 to close to within a point of Sky Bet League One’s top two.

The visitors had a nightmare start as Joe Jacobson put into his own net in the first minute. Sam Vokes quickly equalized, but Barry Bannan tapped in Wednesday’s second in the 32nd minute and Callum Patterson added a very late third.

Barnsley climbed to fifth in the table with a 3-1 victory over Charlton. Josh Benson netted the opener in the 10th minute, and James Norwood and Devante Cole scored in the second half before Jack Payne managed a late consolation.

It was also a very good day for Peterborough, who eased to a 3-0 win over Port Vale. Jonson Clarke-Harris scored a first-half double and Joe Ward made sure of the points in the 73rd minute.

Shrewsbury trail Posh only on goal difference after a 2-1 win over bottom side Burton. Victor Adeboyejo canceled out Christian Saydee’s opener, but Ryan Bowman netted the winner in the 66th minute.

Cambridge ensured they stayed ahead of both with a late comeback to defeat Morecambe 2-1. Jensen Weir opened the scoring in the 12th minute, with Jack Lankester drawing United level 20 minutes later.

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