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Watch and vote for your favourite Sky Bet EFL goals of the month from October, including efforts by Ayoze Perez, Matty Taylor and Jonathan Kodjia. Nominations from each of the Sky Bet EFL divisions were initially compiled after input from fans on Twitter.These were then whittled down to three goals per league by our judging panel, comprising Sky Sports EFL expert Don Goodman, Sky Bet sponsorship manager David Tweed and EFL commercial marketing manager James Walker. Watch all the nominations below and dont forget to vote for your favourite, with all winners to be announced on Friday November 18...Sky Bet Championship Heres the nominees for the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month award for October. Ayoze Perez - NEWCASTLE UNITED v Ipswich TownA great team goal involving all 11 Newcastle players straight from kick-off. Perez finished the move with a powerful volley without Ipswich getting a touch.Wes Hoolahan - NORWICH CITY v Rotherham UnitedAlex Pritchards skillfully threaded through ball found Hoolahan on the penalty spot. He turned the first man, before checking and coolly slotting the ball home.Jonathan Kodjia - ASTON VILLA v FulhamKodija harried David Button after a heavy touch from the Fulham goalkeeper and when the clearance fell to Albert Adomah, he crossed for Kodjia to finish acrobatically and emphatically.Sky Bet League One Heres the nominees for the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month award for October. Erhun Oztumer - Swindon Town v WALSALLOztumer impressively read the play to intercept Darnell Furlongs pass before spotting Swindon keeper Lawrence Vigouroux off his line and driving the ball over him from 40 yards.Matty Taylor - Milton Keynes Dons v BRISTOL ROVERSWith the ball in the air, Charlie Colkett checked his surroundings before playing a deft back-heel to fellow Chelsea loanee Jake Clarke-Salter, who had the composure to pick out an unmarked Matty Taylor just two yards out.Chris Forrester - PETERBOROUGH UNITED v BuryTwo quality touches from Forrester turned an over-hit cross into a beautiful goal. The first cushioned the ball to Tom Nichols, the second sent the keeper the wrong way.Sky Bet League Two Heres the nominees for the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month award for October. Nathan Thomas - Grimsby v HARTLEPOOLThomas was moving away from goal, seemingly unlikely to trouble Grimsby keeper James McKeown, when he dinked an incredible lobbed effort into the far corner of the goalLuke Joyce - CARLISLE UNITED v Crawley TownJoyce brought the ball down from Andre Blackmans defensive header and unleashed a fierce drilled strike into the top left corner of the goal via the Crawley bar.Luke Berry - Blackpool v CAMBRIDGE UNITEDA beautifully hit, curling 25-yard free kick that sailed into the top corner. The ball cleared the jumping wall and evaded Blackpool goalkeeper Dean Lyness best diving effort.To suggest a goal to be considered for future Sky Bet Goal of the Month awards, fans can tweet details of their nominated goal to @SkyBet using #SkyBetGotM. Also See: Championship video Fixtures Table Live on Sky LOS ANGELES -- Brandon Phillips gets as much of a charge out of making a defensive gem to save a run as he does hitting a home run. Wednesday night, he was able to do both in the same inning to help the Cincinnati Reds pin a frustrating loss on two-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw. Phillips and Homer Baileys seven effective innings led the Reds to a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night. "Regardless of who was pitching, it feels good just to come through for the team and do something positive to get us going in the right direction," Phillips said. "We havent been really scoring that many runs and havent been getting many clutch hits. Kershaws one of the best pitchers in the game, but tonight we just hit some mistakes." Phillips, a four-time Gold Glove second baseman, robbed Andre Ethier of an RBI single when he made a diving stop of his grounder in the hole and threw him out after a leadoff double by Dee Gordon. Bailey escaped the inning unscathed by striking out Yasiel Puig and Hanley Ramirez. "I feel like defence wins championships and offence sells tickets," Phillips said. "That defensive play I made really saved the game. Im surprised I got to that ball. I didnt really see it come off the bat really good." Bailey (5-3) allowed two runs and five hits while striking out six. The right-hander has won consecutive starts for the first time this season following his 5-3 victory over St. Louis last Friday. "It was good for me, especially with the April I had," Bailey said. "Obviously its not how I wanted to start the season. It took a little while to get my legs underneath me. I would have liked to put up a few more zeros, but doing it against Clayton -- and the fact that we scored three runs -- you just make sure you lock them down. It was a really big win. We needed that one. You dont ever want to get swept. I dont care where youre at or who youre playing." Ethier, who drove in a season-high four runs Tuesday night, was 0 for 3 against Bailey and is hitless in 21 career at-bats against him with seven strikeouts. "He was just moving the ball so well," Ethier said. "Hes one of those guys who can be wildly effective at times, and other times he can spot up a pitch and throw something in there at 93-944 -- then reach back for 96-97 -- and its moving all over the place.dddddddddddd He can throw his other pitches for strikes, too, so its a tough combination. In the past, Ive seen a lot of cutters from him, and tonight I didnt see one. It was all two-seam fastballs and one breaking ball." Puig, who has reached base safely in 29 straight games, led off the Dodgers sixth with an opposite-field homer to right-centre that narrowed the gap to 3-2. But former Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton retired Puig and Ramirez on flyballs for the last two outs in the eighth after replacing Manny Parra with a runner at second, and Aroldis Chapman pitched a perfect ninth for his fifth save. Kershaw (3-2) allowed three runs and seven hits in seven innings and struck out nine. He retired 14 of his next 16 batters after Phillips homer. The left-hander, who led the majors in ERA in each of the previous three seasons, has a 3.57 mark through his first six starts this year. He missed all of April because of a strained muscle in his back, after beating Arizona March 22 during the Dodgers season-opening two-game trip to Australia. Matt Kemp, who hadnt started a game in left field since his rookie year, was back there Wednesday on the eighth anniversary of his major league debut. It was his eighth career start in left, and first since June 21, 2006. Todd Frazier doubled over Matt Kemps head leading off the sixth and scored on a wild pitch to give Cincinnati a 3-1 lead. Only one of the last 34 home runs Kershaw has given up has been with more than one man on base. That was a three-run shot by former Seattle catcher Miguel Olivo, who eventually joined the Dodgers in January as a free agent -- and was released last week after biting off a piece of Triple-A Albuquerque teammate Alex Guerreros left ear during a dugout brawl. NOTES: Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully was back in the Dodgers TV booth after missing two games because of a chest cold. ... Canadian-born OF Jamie Romak, promoted from Triple-A Albuquerque because of Crawfords injury, pinch-hit for Kershaw in the seventh and grounded out to second on the first pitch he saw in the major leagues. ... Dodgers RHP Brandon League retired both batters he faced. He hasnt allowed an earned run in a career-best 22 innings spanning his last 16 appearances. Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Discount NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys 2018 Discount NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping ' ' '