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Posted on 16 November 2010  - 12:00

Kyle Walker came close to breaking the deadlock as QPR marched on in the Championship.

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Kyle Walker came close to breaking the deadlock as QPR marched on in the Championship.

The defender found himself in Nottingham Forest's penalty area in the first half and connected with a powerful header that home goalkeeper Lee Camp did well to tip over.

It was the first of a number of saves from Camp as it ended 0-0 at the City Ground. QPR remain unbeaten.

Andros Townsend and Jake Livermore must have been wondering quite how Ipswich were behind to Barnsley at half-time on their way to a 3-1 loss at Portman Road.

Both players set-up golden chances for Town striker Tamas Priskin in that first half but neither were taken and the visitors ended up 2-0 ahead at the break. Andros didn't come out for the second half, Jake played the full 90 minutes.

Kyle Naughton played a full shift as Leicester won again, this time 2-0 at home to Derby.

Steven Caulker helped Bristol City push Leeds all the way at Elland Road before they were undone by a 17-minute hat-trick from Luciano Becchio in the second half. Danny Rose was a late substitute as it ended 3-1.

Jon Obika was an unused substitute as Crystal Palace beat Coventry 2-0 while John Bostock was suspended for Hull's win at Preston on Friday night.

In League One, Adam Smith played another 90 minutes as Bournemouth beat Walsall 3-0 to go third in the table.