There's a busy Football League schedule on Sky Sports in the coming days, starting at 7:52pm on Friday night with a Sky Bet League 1 Yorkshire derby.

Promotion-chasing Rotherham United host mid-table Bradford City at the New York Stadium with a Play-Off place already sealed for the Millers.

They sit third but now look unlikely to overtake second-placed Brentford, who they trail by nine points, following a 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United on Tuesday night. That result ended Rotherham's 16-game unbeaten run in the league.

Bradford are 12th but are remarkably only six points safe of the bottom four. They have drawn the joint-highest number of games this season alongside Preston North End, with 16 stalemates in 41 outings.

At 12:22pm on Saturday lunchtime, attention turns to the Sky Bet Championship as Queens Park Rangers host Nottingham Forest.

QPR dropped down a place into fourth in midweek after suffering a 2-0 defeat at Blackburn Rovers. Harry Redknapp's side are now 13 points off the pace of automatic promotion and know that defeat at Loftus Road will end their hopes of finishing second.

Forest picked up a point on Tuesday night with a 3-3 draw against Sheffield Wednesday as they battled back from 3-1 down. However, they slipped down to 10th, four points from the Play-Offs and remain without a win in the league in 11 attempts.

The third instalment of live Football League action comes on Monday night, with Play-Off contenders Reading entertaining Leicester City at the Madejski Stadium in a 7:52pm kick-off.

The Foxes will go to Berkshire with promotion to the Premier League already secured, but Nigel Pearson's men are yet to tie up the Championship title. Burnley are breathing down their necks after the Foxes suffered a 4-1 defeat at home to Brighton and Hove Albion last time out - their first league loss in 22 matches.

Brighton are one of the teams competing against Reading for a top-six finish. The Royals were also beaten on Tuesday losing 3-1 at Bournemouth, ending a run of six undefeated away games. At home they are winless in half a dozen fixtures, last tasting victory on their own patch in a 5-1 demolition of Blackpool on Tuesday 28th January.

The last time Reading and Leicester met, on Boxing Day, the Foxes ran out 1-0 winners thanks to a David Nugent penalty.

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