The Easter schedule is always a highly anticipated time in the Football League calendar, and this year is no different with five live matches coming your way on Sky Sports.

First up, on Friday, there's an npower Championship double-header with Crystal Palace hosting Birmingham City and Leicester City taking on Millwall.

The Eagles currently sit fourth and are fighting for a promotion place at the summit of the division, while Lee Clark's men lie comfortably in 12th, ahead of the 5.30pm kick-off at Selhurst Park.

It's the Blues who have the better form out of these two over recent matches, winning their last two, while Palace have drawn and lost in their most recent two.

As that match finishes, another one begins, with Leicester meeting Millwall for a 7.45pm kick-off.

The Foxes are clinging onto a Play-Off place on goal difference only and they are on a dreadful run, without a win in five. The Lions are 14th, meanwhile, but only five points above the drop zone.

It's Millwall who have the better historical recent form coming into the fixture, winning four of the last five meetings, including the last three.

There's also a live Championship match on Saturday, with Yorkshire clubs Huddersfield Town and Hull City going head-to-head in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

The second-placed Tigers are enjoying a fine season and will be eager to rack up another three points to aid their promotion push, while the Terriers, like Millwall, are five points above the relegation places.

Then, on Monday, a live midday npower League 1 clash is followed by another game from the Championship.

And it's a promotion ding-dong from League 1, with leaders Doncaster Rovers taking on Swindon Town, who sit second at the time of writing.

Three points for either side would move them closer to the Championship, which should make the game an exciting one.

The reverse fixture ended level at 1-1 and that was the ninth draw played out between these two teams over the years. Swindon have only ever beaten Doncaster three times - the most recent being in 2006, 23 years after they last overcame Rovers, in 1983.

The final live Easter Football League match takes place at Elland Road, where Leeds United host Derby County.

The two teams sit mid-table in the Championship - Leeds 10th and Derby 13th - but will be hopeful of finishing the season strongly. Leeds will certainly want to win this match, though, as they have lost the last eight consecutive meetings with Derby - their last victory against the Rams came way back in September 2005.

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