NORWICH CITY sealed the Championship title with a 4-1 win against Reading as rivals Watford fluffed their lines.
The Canaries only needed victory to ensure they would be getting their hands on the silverware – and they didn’t mess that one up.
Norwich players jump for joy outside Carrow Road after winning the Championship titleCredit: Reuters
Norwich fans lined up outside their home to celebrate the trophyCredit: Reuters
The Canaries have secured an instant return back to the Premier LeagueCredit: Reuters
Goals from Kieran Dowell, Teemu Pukki and Xavier Quintilla secured a comeback win after Josh Laurent had put Reading ahead.
But Watford were never looking likely to do their bit away at Brentford.
Marcus Forss gave the Bees the lead on 46 minutes, and a penalty from Ivan Toney on the hour mark sealed the victory.
Watford can be safe in the knowledge that they have already guaranteed promotion back to the Premier League.
At the other end of the table, a win for Wycombe and a late draw for Rotherham means they have a fighting chance of survival.
Not a single relegation spot is sorted with it all going to the final day of the season.
In League One, Peterborough are joining Hull in the Championship next season.
Norwich will be in party mood tonight after clinching the Championship titleCredit: Getty
Ivan Toney did what he does best, scoring, as he helped Brentford beat WatfordCredit: PA
A thriller at London Road saw Posh clinch a 3-3 draw with Jonson Clarke-Harris netting a 96th minute penalty.
Hull did what they needed to do to be crowned League One champions – beating Wigan 3-1.
Sunderland confirmed their play-off spot with Lincoln and Blackpool all-but there barring a final day catastrophe
At the other end, Rochdale and Northampton join Swindon and Bristol Rovers in League Two next season.
Hull secured an instant return to the Championship by winning League OneCredit: PA
Rochdale lost 2-1 at home to Doncaster, while Northampton were thumped 3-0 at home to Blackpool.
There was misery for Southend in League Two, as they drop out of the Football League for the first time in 101 years despite victory over Barrow.
League-leaders Cheltenham fell to a 1-0 defeat to Newport, meaning they didn’t wrap up the title.
Bolton failed to secure automatic promotion as they lost 2-1 to Exeter.
It’s between them, Morecambe and Cambridge to bag the remaining two places on the final day of the season.
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Peterborough celebrated their return to the ChampionshipCredit: PA