Barnsley v Charlton Athletic
Barnsley and Charlton Athletic are two teams yet to pick up a point in the Sky Bet Championship and they go head-to-head at Oakwell on Saturday.
The Tykes, who sit bottom of the division, were overpowered by Wigan Athletic on the opening day, going down 4-0, before losing to a late Scott Wiseman own goal last time out against Blackpool.
Charlton, meanwhile, have nothing to show from their first two matches, against Middlesbrough and newly-promoted Bournemouth.
Birmingham City v Brighton and Hove Albion
Brighton and Hove Albion are also yet to get any points on the board - although the Seagulls have led in both of their Sky Bet Championship matches this term - and they are on the road to Birmingham City.
Oscar Garcia's men scored first against Leeds United and Derby County but ended up losing both games 2-1 and will now turn their attentions to Lee Clark's Birmingham, who got off the mark last weekend at Yeovil Town.
The statistics certainly point to a home win with Brighton not tasting success against the Blues since 1989, but three of the last four encounters between the two have ended level.
Bournemouth v Wigan Athletic
While Bournemouth were battling their way through League 1 last term, Wigan Athletic were up against it in the Premier League - this weekend the two come together on the South Coast.
Eddie Howe's men were promoted after finishing second last season and begun with a win against Charlton before being thumped 6-1 at Watford. Wigan, meanwhile, were on Charity Shield duty last weekend following last season's FA Cup victory meaning they couldn't attempt to carry on from their 4-0 opening day success at Barnsley.
These two haven't locked horns in a League fixture since the 2000/01 campaign and, during that season, both matches ended level.
Burnley v Yeovil Town
Sean Dyche's Burnley have made a solid start to the Sky Bet Championship season and they host Yeovil Town on Saturday.
The Clarets have four points from their opening two fixtures courtesy of a 1-1 draw with Bolton Wanderers and, most recently, a 2-1 away victory at Sheffield Wednesday - a match in which striker Danny Ings continued his fine goalscoring form.
Ings looks likely to again lead the line for Dyche's men but Yeovil will be wanting bounce back from their first second tier defeat last weekend, at home against Birmingham, which came a week after they recorded three points in their first ever match at this level, against Millwall.
Burnley's Sam Vokes celebrates with Scott Arfield after scoring the Clarets' second goal against Sheffield Wednesday
Derby County v Leicester City
The stand-out match in the Sky Bet Championship this weekend is at Pride Park where Derby County host their East Midlands rivals Leicester City.
Both teams sit towards the top end of the division at this early stage having taken four points from their respective opening two matches - the Rams drawing with Blackburn Rovers and beating Brighton, and the Foxes overcoming Middlesbrough but being held by Leeds United.
With unbeaten starts to preserve, it's likely to be a tight encounter but it's Leicester who have the upper hand in recent clashes, winning five of the last six.
Doncaster Rovers v Blackburn Rovers
It's the battle of the Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium on Friday night with Doncaster entertaining Blackburn.
Paul Dickov's Rovers have had an extended break to prepare for this fixture with their match with Wigan re-scheduled for next Tuesday due to the Latics Charity Shield commitments last weekend.
The newly-promoted side lost on the opening day so are still searching for their first point, against a Blackburn team who have one point from their two matches to date.
Leeds United v Sheffield Wednesday
Leeds are undefeated in their opening three League and cup games of the season and they host Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday in Saturday's 12.15pm kick-off live on Sky Sports.
Brian McDermott's side registered a win against Brighton and Hove Albion on the first day of the new campaign and then overcame Chesterfield in the Capital One Cup First Round, before a goalless draw with Leicester City last time out.
Meanwhile, Sheffield Wednesday have been on the wrong end of 2-1 scorelines in all three of their games this term - in the League against Burnley and Queens Park Rangers, and against Rotherham United in the Capital One Cup.
Middlesbrough v Blackpool
Blackpool are one of only three teams in the division with six points from a possible six and they visit Middlesbrough this weekend.
The small size of Paul Ince's squad has been much talked about but his men have picked up two valuable wins so far - against Doncaster Rovers and Barnsley - and they have the wind in their sails.
Boro got off the mark last time out, beating Charlton Athletic, and that was their first away win of 2013. Their objective now will be to record a victory in front of a home crowd at the Riverside.
Blackpool's players and fans celebrate after Barnsley's Scott Wiseman scores a late own goal
Millwall v Huddersfield Town
Millwall and Huddersfield Town finished side-by-side at the bottom end of the Championship table last season and both will be in search of their first three points of this term when they lock horns at The Den.
The two sides narrowly avoided relegation last time around - the Terriers finishing the higher of the two in 19th - and have begun the 2013/14 campaign relatively slowly.
Millwall have lost to both Yeovil Town and Ipswich Town, while Huddersfield come into Saturday's meeting with a point, which came from last weekend's respectable 1-1 draw with Queens Park Rangers.
Nottingham Forest v Bolton Wanderers
Nottingham Forest will attempt to overcome Bolton Wanderers for the first time since 1995 when the two sides clash at the City Ground on Saturday.
Saturday October 21st 1995 was the exact date when Forest last beat the Trotters and it was a 90th-minute goal from Colin Cooper that secured the win on that day. The eight meetings since have either gone in Bolton's favour or, like last season's two encounters, ended level.
Both teams are yet to lose this term but Billy Davies' men have six points from their two matches, while Wanderers have just the two.
Queens Park Rangers v Ipswich Town
Ipswich Town got themselves off the mark last weekend with a morale-boosting 3-0 success against Millwall and they travel to QPR, who remain unbeaten.
An own goal and headers from Tommy Smith and Paul Anderson gave the Tractor Boys their first points of the season while, at the same time, Harry Redknapp's men were held to a 1-1 draw by Huddersfield.
Rangers were victorious on the opening day at Loftus Road, though - 2-1 against Sheffield Wednesday - and will want to replicate that result.
Reading v Watford
Watford stormed to a thumping 6-1 win against Bournemouth last Saturday and have momentum coming into their game with Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
That convincing victory for the Hornets lifted them to the top of the Sky Bet Championship table at this early stage and another three points would more than likely keep them there.
Reading are also yet to lose following an opening day win against Ipswich Town and, most recently, a 1-1 draw with Bolton.
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