What the papers say: Millwall triumph over Charlton and West Ham edged out in thriller
Millwall upheld their strong record in derbies against neighbours Charlton with a 1-0 win on Saturday, edging them further from the drop-zone.
And at Upton Park, West Ham finally got goals but were not able to avoid defeat against Everton in a dramatic encounter.
The Daily Express said what a difference a week makes for Millwall.
Fans were calling for manager Steve Lomas's head after the 5-1 defeat to Derby, but wins over Blackpool and Charlton have given him a reprieve.
The Daily Mail said Scott McDonald's winning goal was deserved for the Lions, with Charlton rarely troubling them.
Meanwhile, goalscorer McDonald told the Guardian he was delighted to get off the mark but was desperate for more goals.
As for Charlton, it seems the doom and gloom has shifted east from The Den.
Two defeats on the spin leaves them rooted in the lower half.
And manager Chris Powell told Eurosport a lack of creativity was the problem.
West Ham, meanwhile, lost the lead twice before going down 3-2 to Everton thanks to a Romelu Lukaku winner.
Sam Allardyce was furious with the result and doubly frustrating was that he tried to sign the Lukaku on loan from Chelsea all summer, according to City AM.
Meanwhile, striker Mladen Petric told the Express he was hoping to prove his fitness soon.