The FA Cup may be on the schedule for npower League 1 and npower League 2 clubs this weekend, but there's no shortage of live Football League action on Friday and Saturday, with an npower Championship double-header being shown on Sky Sports.
The first instalment comes on Friday night at 7.45pm when Leeds United travel to Brighton and Hove Albion's Amex Stadium to take on Gus Poyet's Seagulls.
The two clubs sit side-by-side on the periphery of the Play-Off places in the Championship - Brighton in 10th and Leeds 11th - but three points for either would take them up to sixth overnight.
If the chance of watching two sides hungry for three points to move into the top six go head-to-head isn't enough to get you viewing, the prospect of repeating last season's thrilling 3-3 draw between the two at the Amex Stadium should be.
On that evening, Craig Mackail-Smith looked to have won it for Brighton with an 84th-minute strike but a last-gasp goal from Ross McCormack gave Leeds a share of the points.
On Saturday, the Sky Sports cameras will be at Bolton Wanderers' Reebok Stadium for Dougie Freedman's first match in the Trotters' dugout, against table-toppers Cardiff City.
The former Crystal Palace manager will want to have an instant impact and a victory over the side that currently lead the division would be a perfect introduction.
The two sides haven't met since December 1999, when Bolton won 1-0, and the Trotters were victorious in the two previous meetings, meaning the last time the Bluebirds actually beat Bolton was way back in January 1989.
Cardiff have the current form, as well as League position, but Bolton have the historic form, as well as a new manager - the winner is anyone's guess.
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