Championship Roundup: Cardiff Promoted, Burton and Barnsley Suffer Relegation

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Cardiff City will be playing Premier League football again next season after a goalless draw against Reading on the final day of the regular Championship season saw Neil Warnock and his side clinch automatic promotion.

Cardiff will join Wolves in being promoted automatically to the Premier League with victory at home to Reading.

Bolton survived by the skin of their teeth after coming from 1-2 down against Nottingham Forest to win 3-2 at the Macron Stadium, when at one point in the afternoon they looked doomed. Barnsley's 4-1 defeat at Derby also saw them relegated.

Atdhe Nuhiu (14, 60 and 90) hit a hat-trick in Sheffield Wednesday's 5-1 thrashing of Norwich at Hillsborough, with Wednesday's city rivals United winning 3-2 at Bristol City.

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Tom Cairney scored for Fulham with six minutes left but Che Adams's 89th-minute goal put the result beyond doubt.

Instead, Cardiff finish runners-up in the league, completing a dramatic turnaround under Warnock, who becomes the first manager to seal promotion to the top flight with four different teams.

Bolton were going down with three minutes left when Forest led 2-1 after goals from Ben Osborn (70) and Jack Colback (79) overturning Adam Le Fondre's early volley.

Yet David Wheater fired home in the 87th minute to draw the hosts level before Wilbraham flicked in a cross from the right at the near post, capping a remarkable comeback in the closing stages.