There is absolutely no doubt that Matheus Pereira is one of the finest players in the Championship, and he simply confirmed that opinion with a virtuoso display in the destruction of Swansea. Everything positive flowed through him and besides his own excellent goal he contributed a trio of assists to his team-mates. His touch, control, and vision are better than anything in this league and he deserves to be gracing the Premier League.
Bowen is proving himself to be one of the best players in the Championship this season, and performances like on Saturday versus Stoke will do his reputation no harm. Hull went 1-0 down against the Potters, but the young winger pulled his team back into contention first with a brilliant equaliser via a flashed left-footed strike into the bottom right corner from the edge of the box, before scoring the winner from a yard out. He was always the most likely player to make things happen for Hull, as he had eight shots in total and sent four crosses into the box.
The Forest striker makes out list after his two-goal haul against Millwall on Friday night. The visitors were in desperate need of a goal on the night, and looked to their bench as Grabban came on to score not one, but two, within the space of the last 28 minutes. Both were typical strikers goals, with the first being headed into an empty net from a yard out and the second being poked into the corner from 12 yards or so. His short time on the pitch meant that his other stats were low, but he won't care - he got his goals.
One player unlucky to be on the losing side in this round of Championship fixtures was Moore, who scored the opening goal for Wigan against Luton, only for the home side to come back to win 2-1. It was a signature towering header for his goal, but his work in other areas was excellent, too. He won 12/20 duels, 9/13 aerial duels, as well as making eight ball recoveries, three interceptions, and four clearances.
Sheffield Wednesday made it two consecutive wins after defeating Brentford 2-1 on Saturday, with Fletcher scoring both goals for the hosts within a remarkable four minutes in the secnd half to turn the scoreline around. The Scot's first was from the penalty spot, while for his second he benefited from some excellent work from Kadeem Harris to collect possession inside the box before swivelling to smuggle a finish into the net. He was a nuisance for Brentford, winning 11/19 duels and 9/11 aerial duels.
Eberechi Eze (8.2) continues to show QPR fans what he is all about, netting twice in the home win over Preston.
ROUND TO FORGET
Jayden Stockley (4.8) touched the ball just 10 times in 57 minutes against QPR in about as ineffective a display as you can imagine.