This weekend's televised Sky Bet Football League action is a Championship double-header, starting on Friday night at 7:45pm when Brighton and Hove Albion host Yeovil Town.

The Play-Off chasing Seagulls are one of half a dozen teams competing for the final Play-Off spot. That position is currently held by Reading, whom Brighton trail by one point and one place.

Oscar Garcia's side have won two and drawn four in an unbeaten run of six matches and victory on Friday night would see them re-enter the top six until at least 5pm on Saturday.

While Brighton are attempting to be in the Premier League next season, Yeovil look destined to be playing their football in League 1. Only a win will suffice for the Glovers, who are six points from safety with two games remaining and need a goal swing of 13 to overtake Birmingham City.

Gary Johnson's side have won only once in their past 10 league outings. The two clubs have each won five and drawn three of their previous 13 meetings but Brighton are undefeated during their past seven clashes.

Then, on Saturday at 12:15pm, Burnley take to the field for the first time since clinching automatic promotion for a home tie against Ipswich Town.

The Clarets beat Wigan Athletic 2-0 last time out to confirm a top-two place, and promotion to the Premier League, but Sean Dyche's side are unable to win the title after Leicester City secured top spot on Tuesday night by beating Bolton Wanderers.

Like Brighton, Ipswich are another club in the Play-Off chasing pack. Mick McCarthy's men are ninth, two points adrift of Reading, after picking up one point in their past two fixtures. Before that, Ipswich had won four in six to give them a chance of sneaking into the top six.

It's the Tractor Boys who have the upper-hand in this match-up; they've won 18 compared to Burnley's 12, with 10 games ending in a stalemate. However, Burnley have been victorious in their most recent two encounters.

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