Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers
Birmingham City meet Bolton Wanderers in Saturday's 12:15pm start, live on Sky Sports.
Dougie Freedman's Trotters are one of only two Championship sides still in search of their first win, but they have drawn their last two outings - sharing the points with Yeovil Town and Blackpool.
The Blues have won two of their last three matches, including a 4-0 triumph over Millwall on Tuesday. Goals from Tom Adeyemi, Jesse Lingard and a David Murphy brace was enough to secure the three points, which lifted Birmingham to 17th in the table.
Bournemouth v Millwall
After their 4-0 midweek loss to Birmingham, Millwall are back on their travels on Saturday as they head to Bournemouth.
Tuesday's defeat ended the Lions' three-game winning stretch which helped lift them off the bottom of the table and out of the relegation places, while the 13th-placed Cherries were beaten 2-1 by Leeds - their second consecutive loss.
The home side has held the advantage in this fixture over recent years with an away team not winning since 2001.
Brighton and Hove Albion v Nottingham Forest
In Saturday's 5:30pm kick-off, Nottingham Forest make the trip to the South Coast where they'll meet Oscar Garcia's Brighton and Hove Albion.
The two clubs have locked horns on 29 occasions with Forest coming out on top in 13, compared to the Seagulls' seven. Nine have finished level.
As well as a good record against Brighton, Forest come into the game riding a five-game undefeated run, while the East Sussex outfit have just one win in six.
Burnley v Reading
September's Sky Bet Championship Manager of the Month, Sean Dyche, sees his table-topping Burnley host fifth-placed Reading.
A month which consisted of three league wins and a draw has helped the Clarets rise to the summit, level on points with Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City.
Reading shared the points with Barnsley in their most recent outing to continue their strong form - they have four wins and two draws in their last six fixtures.
Sam Vokes converts from the penalty spot to open the scoring in Burnley's 2-0 midweek triumph at Doncaster Rovers
Charlton Athletic v Blackpool
Blackpool are in the county's capital on Saturday to play Charlton Athletic at The Valley.
The Tangerines were the division's early season pace-setters but have picked up just three points from their last four games, slipping to sixth in the table. On Tuesday night, they shared the points with Bolton after neither side managed to find the net.
Charlton have struggled in recent weeks with only draws against Watford and, most recently, Forest to show from their last five outings.
Derby County v Leeds United
Derby County start life under Steve McClaren with a home fixture against Leeds United.
Nigel Clough was removed from Pride Park after their 1-0 loss against Nottingham Forest, but they come into the game having fought back from three goals down to draw 4-4 against Ipswich Town in midweek, with interim boss Darren Wassall in the dugout.
United registered a 2-1 success against Bournemouth on Tuesday to end a three-game losing run.
Doncaster Rovers v Leicester City
Leicester City are flying high in the Sky Bet Championship and travel to Doncaster Rovers.
The Foxes have four wins in their last five matches - which has lifted them up to third - and their 10 points on the road this term is the joint-second best away form in the division.
Rovers are 18th with just one win in seven and meet a Leicester side they have only managed to beat once since 1955, which came the last time the two sides met at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Huddersfield Town v Watford
It's seventh against ninth at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday with Huddersfield Town taking on Watford.
The travelling Hornets are the higher of the two sides, four points better off, but come into the match after a 1-0 loss to Blackburn. The Terriers have drawn three of their last four, including their last outing against Middlesbrough.
The most recent clash between the two teams at the John Smith's Stadium was a 3-2 thriller that Watford won courtesy of an 87th-minute Troy Deeney penalty. The Hornets also ran out victors in the return fixture at Vicarage Road.
James Vaughan helped secure a point in Huddersfield Town's 1-1 draw against Middlesbrough
Middlesbrough v Yeovil Town
Two of the Sky Bet Championship's struggling teams go head-to-head in the North East as Middlesbrough welcome Yeovil Town.
Both teams have chalked up just one victory so far, but Boro are four points better off having drawn six of their other 10 games, compared to Yeovil's two stalemates.
Gary Johnson's team's only win came on the opening day at Millwall, while Middlesbrough's solitary three-pointer was recorded during the second week of the season, against Charlton Athletic.
Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley
Queens Park Rangers weren't involved in the midweek schedule and were knocked off top spot, but return to action on Saturday at home to rock-bottom Barnsley.
Harry Redknapp's men are unbeaten, winning seven of their nine games, and are level on points with top-of-the-table Burnley, who possess a better goal difference.
The Tykes have lost seven times, shipping 25 goals in the process. They halted a run of four successive defeats with a draw at home to Reading on Tuesday night.
Sheffield Wednesday v Ipswich Town
Sheffield Wednesday are one of two teams still without a win this term and they host Ipswich Town.
Dave Jones' Owls have drawn five and lost four to date, leaving them 21st, while the Tractor Boys travel to Hillsborough having lost just once in six.
Wednesday will take confidence from the two meetings they had with Ipswich last season - they won 3-0 at Portman Road, before a 1-1 draw on home soil in April.
Wigan Athletic v Blackburn Rovers
Completing the weekend's Sky Bet Championship programme is Wigan Athletic versus Blackburn Rovers on Sunday.
The Latics were in Europa League action on Thursday night, beating NK Maribor 3-1, and, because of their European involvements, they have only played eight matches so far, in which they have collected 11 points.
Blackburn are riding a wave of good form and come into the match with just one loss in seven. Their two most recent outings, against Bournemouth and Watford, have yielded maximum points.
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