Leeds United moved top of the Championship after they capitalised on West Brom's draw at Swansea City with a 2-0 home win over Huddersfield Town.
Marcelo Bielsa's men are two points clear at the top of the table after West Brom were held to a 0-0 draw in their match at the Liberty Stadium.
It was not all bad for West Brom as third-placed Fulham also failed to win, instead drawing 1-1 at Bristol City.
Cardiff City, Reading, Brentford, Middlesbrough, QPR and Stoke City were Saturday's other winners.
LEEDS LOOKING GOOD
Leeds' mid-season stumble is firmly behind them after a winning a fifth straight game without conceding.
Luke Ayling's stunning volley in the third minute capped a sublime team move at Elland Road and Patrick Bamford made sure of the points with a simple finish six minutes after the break, Jack Harrison later hitting the post.
West Brom, who registered only one shot on target against the Swans, have now gone three games without winning in all competitions, with the pressure on ahead of their home derby with Birmingham City next week.
CAIRNEY HITS BACK BUT FULHAM LOSE GROUND
Captain Tom Cairney scored a long-range equaliser with six minutes remaining as Fulham salvaged a point against Bristol City.
Nahki Wells' clever 71st-minute header appeared to have put the hosts on course for victory before that intervention.
Scott Parker's men are now six points behind the automatic promotion spots as opposed to the five they trailed by at the start of the day.
Brentford moved above Nottingham Forest into fourth place with a magnificent 5-0 home win over struggling Sheffield Wednesday.
Josh Dasilva was at the double as Thomas Frank's side ended a five-match winless run in spectacular style.
Preston North End are looking vulnerable in sixth after QPR came from behind to defeat them 3-1 at Deepdale.
Despite Geoff Cameron seeing red for a second bookable offence, Eberechi Eze inspired a comeback with a goal and an assist for QPR, who scored three times in the last 29 minutes.
BARNSLEY BOTTOM AS STOKE AND BORO RISE
Barnsley fell to the bottom of the table after they lost 2-0 at home to Cardiff while fellow strugglers Wigan Athletic and Luton Town shared a goalless draw.
Middlesbrough moved out of the bottom three with a 1-0 away win over Charlton Athletic, with Paddy McNair scoring the winner.
Stoke, who started the day fourth-bottom, are up to 17th after a rampant 5-1 home win over Hull City.
The Potters were three goals up inside 18 minutes and their midfielder Sam Clucas ended the match with a double against his former club, though they lost Joe Allen to what looked like a serious Achilles injury.