Captain Grant Leadbitter scores his sixth league goal of the season as ten-man Middlesbrough ease to victory over Brentford.
Brentford defender Alan McCormack signs a new contract, keeping him at the Championship club until the summer of 2016.
Cameron Jerome scores a second-half brace as Norwich moved to the top of the Championship with a 3-0 win at Brentford.
Brentford earn their first home win of the season as they come out on top after an exciting game with Brighton.
Brentford winger Moses Odubajo says niggling injuries have affected his start to life with the Championship newcomers.
Brentford striker Scott Hogan will miss most of the season after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Wigan make four permanent signings on deadline day - midfielders Adam Forshaw, Emyr Huws and William Kvist, plus striker Andy Delort.
Championship side Brentford sign forward Betinho from Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon on a season-long loan deal.
League Two Wycombe extend the loan deal of Brentford centre-back Alfie Mawson until 1 January.
Andre Gray and Nick Proschwitz score in each half as Brentford get a second win of the campaign at Rotherham.
Swindon Town sign midfielder Jake Reeves after his contract with Brentford was terminated by mutual agreement.
Ross McCormack eases the pressure on manager Felix Magath with his first Fulham goal in a League Cup win at Brentford.
Ten-man Brentford fight back to claim a point as they draw with Birmingham City at Griffin Park.
League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge sign midfielder Josh Clarke on a month-long youth loan from Brentford.
Stuart Dallas scores the winner as Brentford beat Blackpool to secure their first Championship win of the season.
Brentford boss Mark Warburton is keen to add another defender to his squad and wants to send youngsters out on loan.
Junior Stanislas maintains Bournemouth's place at the top of the Championship with the only goal against Brentford.
Brentford sign Jose Peleteiro Ramallo - known as Jota - from Celta Vigo and Jon Toral on a year-long loan from Arsenal.
Brentford and Dagenham & Redbridge share 12 goals in the joint highest scoring League Cup tie in history.
Tommy Smith salvages a point for Brentford in a hard-earned draw against Charlton Athletic at Griffin Park.