Bolton Wanderers v Derby County

Bolton Wanderers have lost their last four matches and remain without a win at the foot of the Sky Bet Championship table ahead of their meeting with Derby County on Tuesday night.

Dougie Freedman's men have been defeated by Nottingham Forest, Queens Park Rangers, Blackburn Rovers and Leeds United in their last four outings, scoring just once.

Derby sit seventh and hammered Millwall 5-1 on Saturday to record their third successive away victory.

Bournemouth v Barnsley

Bournemouth's inconsistent start to the season has continued and they host Barnsley.

The Cherries lost 2-1 to Blackpool on Saturday to take their record this season to three wins and three defeats.

Barnsley have just a solitary victory so far and lie in the relegation zone. They were defeated 3-2 in a close-fought encounter at the City Ground against Nottingham Forest last time out.

Burnley v Birmingham City

Birmingham City are another team with one win so far and they visit Burnley.

Lee Clark's Blues recorded their only victory during the second week of the season against Yeovil Town and have since drawn once and lost three, including their most recent match against Queens Park Rangers.

At the other end of the table, Burnley have lost only once. They were denied all three points on Saturday by a last-gasp Jordan Rhodes strike in an East Lancashire derby at Turf Moor.

Jordan Rhodes
Jordan Rhodes celebrates after netting a late equaliser for Blackburn against Burnley last Saturday

Huddersfield Town v Charlton Athletic

Huddersfield Town and Charlton Athletic both picked up a point on Saturday and meet at the John Smith's Stadium on Tuesday.

The Terriers shared the points with Doncaster Rovers, while the Addicks registered a respectable 1-1 draw at Watford.

The two sides have already clashed once this season, with Huddersfield winning 3-2 against Charlton in the Capital One Cup back in August.

Ipswich Town v Yeovil Town

Ipswich Town will be aiming for a first ever victory over Yeovil Town when the two sides locks horns at Portman Road.

The Tractor Boys have met the Glovers twice, most recently in the League Cup in 2005, and it's the Huish Park outfit that has come out on top on both occasions.

Yeovil are without a victory since the first day of the season, while Ipswich have won two, drawn once and lost their other three.

Leicester City v Blackburn Rovers

Leicester City and Blackburn Rovers go head-to-head at the King Power Stadium.

Rovers travel to Leicester unbeaten in three with their most recent match, against East Lancashire rivals Burnley, ending 1-1 thanks to late Jordan Rhodes goal.

The Foxes have won four of their six matches, including Saturday's game against Wigan Athletic, to sit fourth.

Millwall v Blackpool

At The Den, rock bottom Millwall welcome the visit of table-toppers Blackpool.

While the Tangerines have won five and drawn once in their six matches, Millwall have managed just two draws, losing their other four.

And it's Blackpool who possess the recent advantage in this fixture, winning three of the last four meetings.

Neal Bishop
Neal Bishop scores Blackpool's winner in their most recent outing, at Bournemouth

Nottingham Forest v Middlesbrough

Billy Davies' Nottingham Forest entertain Middlesbrough.

Forest beat Barnsley 3-2 in a thrilling encounter at the City Ground on Saturday and that result left them flying high in third. They have lost just once, against Wigan Athletic.

Boro have won only once, with three of their matches ending level. They have been defeated twice, including in their last outing when they lost 3-1 at Ipswich.

Queens Park Rangers v Brighton and Hove Albion

Second-placed QPR have amassed four victories on the spin and they host Brighton and Hove Albion at Loftus Road on Wednesday.

Harry Redknapp's men have overcome Ipswich, Bolton, Leeds and Birmingham by a 1-0 scoreline, to leave them on 16 points, level with leaders Blackpool.

Brighton lost their first two, won their next two, and have drawn their most recent two.

Reading v Leeds United

Reading and Leeds United have both lost just once this season and they come together at the Madejski Stadium, also on Wednesday evening.

The Royals' only defeat to date came against leaders Blackpool, while Leeds' loss was to QPR.

Both sides went into last weekend with eight points on the board but the Whites were 1-0 winners against Bolton on Saturday, and that lifted them two points above Reading, who drew with Brighton.

Watford v Doncaster Rovers

There's a match between the Championship's highest scorers and one of the division's lowest scorers when Watford take on Doncaster Rovers.

The Hornets have hit the net 12 times over their six matches but could only muster a draw at home to Charlton on Saturday, which extended their winless run to four games.

Doncaster are down in 18th with just one victory. They have drawn two and lost two across their other four matches, with a game in hand on most other teams in the division.

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