Bolton Wanderers v Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers travel north to the Reebok Stadium where they will face Bolton Wanderers in Saturday's 12:15pm start live on Sky Sports.
The R's have seemingly adjusted well to life back in The Football League with two wins and a draw but they come up against a team who they have struggled against in recent years - Rangers have failed to beat the Trotters since 1998.
Although history may be in their favour, Bolton's recent form leaves much to be desired. Dougie Freedman's side are yet to get a win on the board this term having managed 1-1 draws against Burnley and Reading before losing 3-0 to Nottingham Forest last weekend.
Blackburn Rovers v Barnsley
Two of the current bottom three meet this weekend as Blackburn Rovers and Barnsley clash at Ewood Park.
Both have opened the season with just one point from a possible nine - Rovers drew with Derby County in their first match of the campaign, while Barnsley lost a two-goal lead against Charlton Athletic in their previous match to share the spoils.
Blackburn overcame the Tykes twice last term and have not lost in the fixture since 2000, seven meetings ago.
Blackpool v Reading
Blackpool have started the Sky Bet Championship season impressively and take on Reading this time around.
The Tangerines have seven points from the first three league matches following victories against Doncaster Rovers and Barnsley, and a 1-1 draw with Middlesbrough.
Nigel Adkins' Royals opened the campaign with a win and a draw before letting a two-goal cushion slip against Watford last weekend, eventually drawing 3-3.
Brighton and Hove Albion v Burnley
Burnley remain unbeaten and travel south to meet Oscar Garcia's Brighton and Hove Albion.
Goals from Keith Treacy and Sam Vokes secured a 2-0 win for the Clarets against Yeovil Town in their last outing, ensuring their undefeated start continued.
Sean Dyche's men have a tough challenge on their hands against the Seagulls at the Amex, particularly after their first win of the season, against Birmingham, last Saturday.
Andy Crofts celebrates with his Brighton team-mates after scoring the winning goal against Birmingham City
Charlton Athletic v Doncaster Rovers
Charlton Athletic are still in search of their first victory and they welcome Doncaster Rovers to The Valley.
The Addicks finished just three points off the Play-Off places last term but have struggled to get going so far this time around with two losses and, most recently, a draw at Barnsley.
Doncaster - one of the division's newcomers after promotion from League 1 - lost on the opening day but reacted well to beat Blackburn Rovers 2-0 and, on Tuesday, achieved a 2-2 draw with promotion favourites Wigan Athletic.
Huddersfield Town v Bournemouth
Two sides who recorded good wins last weekend meet at the John Smith's Stadium as Huddersfield Town entertain Bournemouth.
The Terriers overcame Millwall 1-0 on Saturday to register their first victory of the campaign, while Bournemouth beat 10-man Wigan courtesy of a Lewis Grabban strike.
The Cherries will take extra confidence from their recent encounters with Huddersfield - they have not lost to the Terriers in their last six meetings.
Ipswich Town v Leeds United
Leeds United will be hoping to extend their unbeaten start when they play Ipswich Town at Portman Road.
Brian McDermott's men won on the opening day and have drawn their last two, most recently against Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday. The Tractor Boys, on the other hand, have fallen to defeats against QPR and Reading, sandwiched between a comprehensive victory over Millwall.
Leeds hold the historical advantage having won 27 league games compared to Ipswich's 19.
Leicester City v Birmingham City
Two Midlands teams go head-to-head on Saturday with Leicester City hosting Birmingham City.
Nigel Pearson's side have seven points from their first three outings after beating rivals Derby County 1-0 last weekend. The Blues have lost twice, against Watford and Brighton, either side of a success against Yeovil. All the Blues matches so far have finished 1-0.
Both of last season's encounters finished level and it is historically tight between the pair with Leicester having won just five more than Birmingham in their 131 meetings.
The Leicester City players celebrate after scoring against Derby County
Sheffield Wednesday v Millwall
Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall remain in search of their first wins of the campaign and they clash at Hillsborough.
The Lions are the division's bottom side after three defeats and no goals, while Sheffield Wednesday got off the mark last time out with a 1-1 draw against Leeds.
Wednesday hold the advantage in recent meetings, winning the last three all by a single goal.
Watford v Nottingham Forest
Two of the early-season pace-setters, Nottingham Forest and Watford, meet at Vicarage Road live on Sky Sports in Sunday's Sky Bet Championship clash.
Billy Davies' side head into the 1:15pm kick-off holding the Championship's only 100 per cent record, while the Hornets - last season's Play-Off Finalists - sit second having only dropped two points.
Forest will be going out for revenge after losing both of last season's encounters against the Hornets.
Wigan Athletic v Middlesbrough
Wigan and Middlesbrough have registered indifferent starts to the campaign and they lock horns at the DW Stadium.
The Latics - one of this season's fancied title contenders - opened their campaign with a comfortable 4-0 triumph win against Barnsley but have since lost against Bournemouth and drew 2-2 with Doncaster.
Tony Mowbray's side also drew last time out - 1-1 against Blackpool - to accompany a win and a defeat from their opening two games.
Yeovil Town v Derby County
After a promising start, Yeovil will be aiming to avoid a third consecutive defeat when they entertain Derby.
The Glovers won their first game in the second tier of English football before losing the next two without scoring a goal. The Rams fell to their first defeat last time out after a draw with Blackburn and a success against Brighton.
Saturday's match will be the first competitive meeting between the two sides.
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