A file picture of Bournemouth defender, Nathan Ake
Bournemouth moved right into a share of the lead on the high of the Championship with a 2-1 win over QPR on Tuesday as West Brom had been held 0-0 at dwelling by Derby.
Bournemouth and QPR had been two of three groups within the division nonetheless but to lose previous to the encounter on the Vitality Stadium, however the guests made a poor begin on the south coast.
Jaidon Anthony robbed Tob Dickie and fired dwelling after 12 minutes to open the scoring.
It was 2-0 earlier than the break when Anthony picked out Dominic Solanke inside the world and the previous Liverpool ahead discovered the online.
Sam McCallum pulled one again after the interval for QPR however they may not discover an equaliser as they fell to sixth.
“In the first half we were clinical but they put us under immense pressure in the second half and we had to show another side to us,” mentioned Bournemouth boss Scott Parker.
“We have seen tonight that every game in this league is different and that sometimes you have to grind it out.”
West Brom additionally stay unbeaten and on the summit however with an an identical report to Bournemouth after they had been held to a goalless draw by Wayne Rooney’s Derby.
The Baggies had loads of possibilities however couldn’t discover a well past Kelle Roos and should lose high spot if Fulham win at Birmingham on Wednesday.
Huddersfield leapfrogged QPR to take a seat fourth within the desk after a superb 3-0 win at Blackpool.
Josh Koroma bought the ball rolling for the Terriers with a stunner early into the second half and Matty Pearson and Jonathan Hogg joined him on the scoresheet.
Blackpool have dropped into the underside three after Reading beat Peterborough 3-1 rating to maneuver out of the relegation zone.
John Swift and Tom Dele-Bashiru struck within the area of three second-half minutes for the Royals.
Nathan Thompson pulled one again for Posh, however Dele-Bashiru added his second in beautiful vogue with a strong effort from outdoors the world to depart Peterborough second backside.
Ben Brereton Diaz struck for the fourth time this season to encourage Blackburn to a 2-0 overcome Hull at Ewood Park to maneuver as much as seventh.
Sheffield United had been denied a second consecutive win after Emil Riis Jakobsen netted within the fifth minute of stoppage time to earn Preston a 2-2 draw at Bramall Lane.