Three different competitions will be captured live by the Sky Sports cameras over the week, starting with a Sky Bet Championship clash between Queens Park Rangers and Leeds United on Saturday lunchtime.

Fourth-placed QPR are on a three-game losing streak and are falling adrift of the automatic promotion places. They have lost away to Derby County and Charlton Athletic, and at home to Reading, and are now seven points behind second-placed Burnley.

Leeds are also on a poor run of form having only registered two victories in their past 10 league fixtures. That has seen the West Yorkshire club slip to 11th, seven points adrift of the Play-Off places.

The clash at Loftus Road will be the 50th meeting between the two clubs; the Whites having the edge by 20 wins to 16, including 13 draws.

On Sunday, the first piece of English domestic silverware of 2014 is up for grabs as Sunderland play Manchester City in the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley in 2pm kick-off.

This will be the Mackems' first appearance at the new Wembley and their second ever League Cup Final; they lost their first 1-0 to Norwich City in 1985.

For City, this will be their fourth appearance in the Final of this competition. Their previous three all ended with a 2-1 scoreline in the 1970s, when they won twice and lost once.

The Black Cats have been the triumphant team in their past two clashes, winning both matches 1-0.

On Monday, the cameras make the trip up to the Proact Stadium where Chesterfield host Portsmouth in Sky Bet League 2.

The Spireites, who will themselves compete at Wembley in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on 30th March, are going strong at the top of the table thanks to the second-best home form in the division. Paul Cook's men have secured nine wins, six draws and two defeats in front of their own fans during the 2013/14 campaign and are unbeaten in their past 11 in Chesterfield.

Portsmouth picked up a much-needed victory against Accrington Stanley last time out which lifted them seven points clear of relegation. However, their last outing resulted in a 5-1 demolition at Scunthorpe United.

The reverse fixture back in August saw Chesterfield record a 2-0 win at Fratton Park.

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