Bolton Wanderers v Brighton & Hove Albion
Bolton Wanderers and Brighton & Hove Albion come together in the Sky Bet Championship this Saturday.
Bolton have won their last two matches at the Reebok Stadium, seeing off Blackburn Rovers and Watford - and both without conceding a goal. They are on a run of five games unbeaten overall and that has seen them climb to 16th, putting 11 points between themselves and the relegation zone.
Brighton are right in the thick of the Play-Off race though they are still eighth, two points adrift of sixth-placed Reading and having won four of their last six fixtures having picked up four points from their last two matches.
Bournemouth v Middlesbrough
Bournemouth and Middlesbrough do battle at the Goldsands Stadium at the weekend.
Bournemouth, in their first season back in the second tier of English football since 1990, have won their last three matches without conceding, collecting three points away to Play-Off hopefuls Blackburn Rovers in their last outing.
Middlesbrough have finally ended their dire run without a goal by scoring in their last two matches, beating Ipswich Town and drawing with Nottingham Forest, though both of those encounters were at the Riverside Stadium and they have not scored in an away game since a 2-0 win at Blackpool on January 11.
Burnley v Leeds United
Burnley's unbeaten record at Turf Moor this season - along with their current sequence of 13 games without defeat anywhere in the Sky Bet Championship - has marked them down as one of the hot favourites to clinch an automatic promotion place.
They are second, seven points behind leaders Leicester and eight clear of third-placed Derby, and have still only lost three games in the entire campaign.
Leeds sit 15th, though an 11-point margin to make up on the top six means their Play-Off hopes are looking very slim. They will perhaps be glad to get out of Elland Road having shipped nine goals in successive home defeats - they have drawn their last two away matches.
Huddersfield Town v Blackburn Rovers
Inconsistency has dogged 14th-placed Huddersfield of late with the Terriers having not managed to go more than one match unbeaten since the end of last year. They drew 0-0 at bottom side Charlton Athletic in midweek but that came after a 2-0 defeat at Doncaster Rovers; their last game in front of their own fans was a 5-0 hammering of Barnsley.
Blackburn, having got to the edge of the Play-Off race not so long back, have been beaten in each of their last three matches. They will be hoping that Jordan Rhodes can find his goalscoring touch again as his strike in the defeat to Burnley was his first since New Year's Day.
Rhodes scored in both of 10th-placed Blackburn's matches last season against his former club and has 17 for the season this time around.
Ipswich Town v Wigan Athletic
The battle between Ipswich Town, in ninth, and seventh-placed Wigan Athletic is going to be vital for their respective Play-Off hopes.
Ipswich have struggled a bit for consistency over recent weeks; on the last three occasions they have been beaten, they have followed that up with a victory - earning three points at Yeovil last Saturday having previously gone down at Middlesbrough. At Portman Road they have gone four games without conceding.
FA Cup semi-finalists Wigan are only out of the Play-Off places on goal difference and have two games in hand over Reading, who are immediately above them. Uwe Rosler's men have won three on the spin away from home with two of those results coming against fellow promotion chasers Nottingham Forest and Brighton.
Leicester City v Blackpool
Leicester City look well placed to go on and earn automatic promotion to the Premier League this season, sitting seven points clear of Burnley in second and a formidable 15 ahead of Derby in third.
Nigel Pearson's men are unbeaten in 15 matches and have still only lost once at home all season, while being the division's leading scorers with 65 goals from their 34 games and having David Nugent and Jamie Vardy in excellent form.
Blackpool finally ended that long run without a victory last time out with a 1-0 home win over Millwall that left them 18th, nine points clear of a relegation zone. They have picked up just a solitary away point since late November.
Millwall v Charlton Athletic
Three defeats in the past four have left Millwall sitting just outside the relegation zone by two points, but having played a game more ahead of their home match with local rivals Charlton Athletic.
The Lions picked up the points at Derby last Saturday to end a winless sequence of seven matches but they followed that up with defeat at Blackpool in midweek. Their last four matches have all finished 1-0 with Ian Holloway's men on the wrong end of that scoreline three times.
The match is equally vital for Charlton with the Addicks bottom of the table after five defeats in their last seven matches. With games in hand, they are only a point behind Barnsley and Yeovil above them however, and three adrift of Millwall, with a far superior goal difference.
Nottingham Forest v Doncaster Rovers
Forest were fancying their chances of automatic promotion earlier in the season but now they face a battle just to stay in the Play-Off spots having gone five games without a win following a long unbeaten run.
A substantial injury list has not helped their cause, though they came from behind to take a point at Middlesbrough in the week. The fifth-placed Reds return to the City Ground for the first time since a 4-1 defeat at home to Wigan that opened March.
Doncaster head south from Yorkshire in good form having won their last two matches, 2-0 against Huddersfield and 2-1 against Watford, both on home soil. Paul Dickov's men have won just once away from home all season.
Queens Park Rangers v Yeovil Town
Promotion hopefuls Queens Park Rangers welcome Yeovil Town, who are fighting against relegation, to Loftus Road this weekend.
QPR currently sit fourth, 10 points behind Burnley in second, though with a game in hand. Harry Redknapp's were beaten by Brighton on Tuesday night and they now hold just a five-point advantage on the teams outside the top six.
Yeovil lost at home to Ipswich on Tuesday but prior to that they had given their survival hopes a shot in the arm with a run of five games without defeat. Their tally of 30 goals scored all season is the second lowest in the Sky Bet Championship.
Reading v Derby County
Two teams right in the Play-Off hunt meet in Berkshire as sixth-placed Reading host third-placed Derby.
Nigel Adkins oversaw a 4-2 win at Leeds on Tuesday night to take their unbeaten record to three matches. Derby are winless in three, losing two and drawing once, failing to find the back of the net in those three matches.
The Royals are seven points behind the Rams and are in the top six by virtue of a better goal difference than Wigan, who are immediately behind.
Sheffield Wednesday v Birmingham City
Just two points separate Sheffield Wednesday and Birmingham in the lower half of the Championship table.
Wednesday start the weekend in 17th, 10 points clear of third-bottom Yeovil, though defeats in their last two matches - at Wigan on Wednesday and away to the Glovers last Saturday - after just two defeats in 12.
Birmingham, meanwhile, collected a point from Wednesday's thrilling 3-3 draw at home to Burnley but that came on the back of two successive defeats. Lee Clark's men, despite being two points behind the Owls and eight clear of the relegation zone, boast the ninth-best away record in the division this season.
Watford v Barnsley
Watford still have 10 points to make up if they are to gatecrash the Play-Off race and find themselves 11th in the table ahead of the visit of Barnsley.
The Hornets haven't won on the road since October, but at Vicarage Road they have been in great form of late, winning their last four home matches without conceding a goal. Brighton, Birmingham, Middlesbrough and - most recently - Blackpool - have been beaten in that time.
Barnsley, on the other hand, are second from bottom and take the Championship's worst away record this season to Watford. The Tykes have won just once, at Brighton back in December, on opposing territory and conceded at least once in 94 per cent of their away matches.
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