Two Sky Bet Football League matches take place in front of the Sky Sports television cameras this week, starting with a Sky Bet Championship rivalry on Saturday lunchtime.
Derby County host Nottingham Forest in an East Midlands derby at the iPro Stadium, with both teams tussling for promotion.
The Rams are in third place but trail second-placed Burnley by 10 points following four matches without a win. Steve McClaren's men are the second highest scorers in the division but haven't found the back of the net for almost 400 minutes.
Forest are also in a slump, losing three and drawing three in their past six. That has seen the Reds fall to sixth, hovering in the Play-Offs by a single point.
This will be the 93rd clash between the two sides; Forest have won 37 compared to Derby's 33, with 22 draws.
Then on Monday night, Southend United take on Oxford United at Roots Hall in a Sky Bet League 2 Play-Off battle between two out-of-form teams.
The Shrimpers saw their top-seven status ended in midweek after Plymouth Argyle picked up three points, not helped by their own 10-game winless run.
Southend, on 52 points, now trail Plymouth by two points, who in turn are two behind sixth-placed Oxford. The U's are also in a barren run, without success in their past six.
That could all change by the time Monday comes around, with Southend travelling to Bristol Rovers and Oxford hosting Hartlepool United, both on Friday night.
Their last five meetings in Essex have produced five victories for Southend, by an aggregate scoreline of 12-2.
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