As deadline day comes to an end and the excitement fades, two npower Championship teams will go head-to-head on Sky Sports, and that's the start of an eventful week of live Football League action.

While clubs race to complete their last minute deals on Thursday, Leicester City welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to the King Power Stadium for a 7.45pm kick-off.

The Foxes come into the match sitting second and they will want to strengthen their standing in the automatic promotion places, and close the 10-point gap between themselves and leaders Cardiff City.

Wolves, meanwhile, are down in 19th and need to start picking up points if they want to avoid being dragged into a relegation battle - they currently sit five points above the drop zone. Dean Saunders will also be eager to get his first three points as Wolves boss on the board.

Leicester may have the upper hand in the league standings, but they haven't beat Wolves since December 2006, when they triumphed 2-1 at Molineux. Since then, two games have ended level and the other two have ended in Wolves' favour.

Following that match, there are two other live Football League fixtures to look forward to, as well a Johnstone's Paint Trophy tie.

On Saturday at 5.20pm, it's the turn of Crawley Town and Swindon Town, who clash at the Broadfield Stadium.

The travelling Robins are in good form with five wins and three draws in their last eight, sitting third, and they will want to continue that on their trip to West Sussex. They will be confident of doing so, too, having beat the 11th-placed hosts 3-0 in the last three meetings.

On Monday, current npower League 2 leaders Gillingham take on Wycombe Wanderers in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

Although the Gills lead the way at the time of writing, they could be sitting second by the time Monday's match comes around, depending on the outcome of Port Vale's game against Accrington Stanley on Saturday.

The Chairboys will provide a tough test for Marten Allen's men as they continue to improve and climb the table under Gareth Ainsworth - they have won three of their last five and beat Dagenham and Redbridge last time out.

Finally, on Tuesday, Southend United visit Leyton Orient in the first leg of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Southern Area Final.

The Shrimpers are going well in League 2, sitting seventh, and they also have a good record against Leyton Orient - they haven't lost to the O's in any of the last five meetings.

The last time the League 1 side did manage to beat Southend was back in September 2008, in a Trophy tie. It ended 4-2 on that Tuesday night, and Russell Slade's men will be hoping for the same result this time around.

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