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Preston win, continue to set the Championship pace

Milutin Osmajic’s first goal in English football has fired Championship leaders Preston North End to a 2-1 comeback home win over Birmingham City.

Jay Stansfield’s strike in the opening minute of the second half threatened to end Preston’s unbeaten start to the season but the table-toppers were on level terms when Krystian Bielik headed into his own net in the 51st minute.

Preston then made it six wins from their opening seven games thanks to Osmajic’s composed close-range finish in the 67th minute.

Ipswich Town have gone second thanks to Chelsea loanee Omari Hutchinson’s first goal for the club in a 1-0 win at Southampton.

Recently capped Socceroos defender Cameron Burgess played a full game for the victors and compatriot Massimo Luongo came on in the 57th minute.

The Tractor Boys have won four successive away games in English football’s second tier for the first time in eight years,…

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