This week there is a double whammy of Football League action live on TV with two matches from the npower Championship.
First up on Saturday evening is a real tale of two cities as Bristol City play host to Cardiff City in a local derby spanning two different Countries. The Welsh outfit will not have too far to travel to Ashton Gate and will no doubt bring a large contingent of fans across the Severn Bridge.
Despite the relatively close proximity there couldn't be further distance between the teams in the league table. Cardiff have realistic ambitions of promotion but Bristol City will be pleased to stay up as they teeter on the edge of the relegation zone.
Earlier in the season the Robins made the journey west to Cardiff City Stadium only to comprehensively beaten 3-1 by the Bluebirds.
Goals from Mark Hudson, Craig Conway and Robert Earnshaw gave Cardiff a 3-0 lead before half-time making incredibly tough for the visitors. Since then the Robins have seen a managerial change as Derek McInnes taking the helm which could mean it could be a very different affair this time around.
Next up on Sunday at 12.15pm is another promotion tainted encounter between Middlesbrough and Leeds United at the Riverside Stadium.
Boro will be hoping to make home advantage count as they look to maintain their promotion push as they sit nicely within the Play-Off places. Worryingly for the visitors Boro have lost just three times at home this season, but Leeds have been consistently inconsistent on the road.
The Whites have won six, drawn six and lost six on their travels this campaign which has seen United slip away from the Play-Offs. This predicament unfortunately led to the sacking of manager Simon Grayson at the start of February, paving the way for Neil Warnock to take charge.
Warnock has a track record of successful promotion campaigns and building teams with a strong work ethic - something which could come in very handy as the season draws to a close.
If it's anything like the last time these teams met, then the broadcasters may need to move it back after the watershed as the referee brandished seven yellows and three red cards in a very hot-blooded affair. On that day Middlesbrough ran out deserved 1-0 winners against nine-man Leeds thanks to a second-half goal from Dutch winger Marvin Emnes.
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