With the normal season drawing to a close this weekend there are two live games from the Championship which could extend the campaign for one of two clubs.

Nottingham Forest currently occupy the final Play-Off place and travel to Crystal Palace on Saturday while Leeds United will be hoping Forest slip up and they can take advantage if they can beat the Champions Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.

Both games will be shown simultaneously with Leeds on BBC and Forest live on Sky Sports while the rest of the npower Championship also kicks off at 12.45pm.

Forest are all but assured sixth position and their place in the Play-Offs, for the second successive season, as they sit three points clear of Leeds and have a six goal better goal difference, so even a point on Saturday would be enough for Billy Davies' side.

They go into the game 24 points clear of Palace, who currently sit 20th in the npower Championship table.Four wins from their last five matches, moved Forest back into the top six, at just the right time after they slipped out following a run of nine games without a win, which included five defeats.

Five points from there last three matches saw Palace secure their Championship safety last weekend, at the expense of Sheffield United and Scunthorpe United who will join Preston North End in League 1 next season.

They won't be a push over on Saturday though after two of their last three wins came against Cardiff City and Leeds United, both at Selhurst Park.

When the sides met earlier in the season at the City Ground, it was the home side who ran out 3-0 winners, with Luke Chambers, Marcus Tudgay and Garath McLeary scoring the goals.

To stand any chance of extending their season Leeds United need to do what only one side has managed so far and that's beat the Champions on their own turf.

Only Watford have won at Loftus Road in the league this season, that came back in December when they won 3-1. Leeds though will need to improve on that scoreline if they are to overcome their inferior goal difference.

Rangers secured the Championship last weekend, when they got revenge on the Hornets, winning 2-0 at Vicarage Road, their 24th win of the campaign.

Leeds on the other hand have struggled to find form in recent weeks winning just two of their last nine matches but last weekend's 1-0 win over Burnley at Elland Road, kept alive their slim chances.

Simon Grayson's side have spent a large proportion of the season in the top six, following their promotion from League 1 in May but just seven wins in 2011 could prove costly.

When the two sides met earlier in the season it was Leeds who came out on top as Rangers lost back to back matches for the only time during this campaign. Max Gradel scored twice on the day, with goals either side of the break.

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