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Championship Live Streaming : Nottingham Forest v Burnley, Blackburn v Reading, Wigan v Brighton, available to watch online

Latest Championship live streaming schedule with  Nottingham Forest v Burnley, Blackburn v Reading, Wigan v Brighton available to watch online amongst others.

With a bumper fixture list in the second tier of English football, popular Stoke based unit Bet365 report they have are live streaming  a variety of games online through their website today.

There’s a full quota of Championship fixtures to get stuck into this weekend, with most teams refreshed after the international break and raring to go in search of building some momentum ahead of the Christmas period.

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Couch potatoes are treated to a real Northern-charged derby in the early kick-off with inconsistent Sheffield Wednesday taking on out of form Huddersfield Town, who are slipping down the table after a decent start to the campaign under Mark Robins.

Dave Jones’ men are a very strange side, having only recorded their first win of the campaign against Reading two games ago after drawing eight of their first 12 fixtures.

We feel they’re in a false league position at the moment and will climb the table in the coming weeks, starting with this home clash. Wednesday look very backable at 11/10.

Surprise Championship and league leaders Burnley have only lost one league match this season but that may become two as they face a tricky away day at a very dangerous Nottingham Forest team, who beat Leicester City on their last outing.

The 11/10 for a home win looks well worth taking as Burnley could be on the decline now after drawing their last two games at Bournemouth and Milwall.

This predicted Burnley slip-up could be seized upon by Leicester, who should have far too much firepower to see off inconsistent Ipswich at Portman Road.

We’re surprised to see the visitors trading at odds-against to beat the Tractor Boys, who aren’t very reliable at home and drew with strugglers Barnsley before the international break.

Much like Ipswich, we’ll be swerving strong favourites QPR against Charlton despite their loft league position. Charlton actually look very well equipped to keep their fifth clean sheet in the last six matches.

Despite competing at the top of the league, 18 clubs have scored more goals than the 17 Harry Redknapp’s men have mustered and they have yet to score more than two goals in any of their 17 matches in all competitions this season.

In fact, the last time they scored more than two goals in the league was against Sunderland in March. Striker Charlie Austin is out of form too and the draw should be backed at 3/1.

Elsewhere, and Reading should have too much class for Blackburn and are a tasty price at 21/10 while Bournemouth are richly underrated and can beat Derby at home at 2/1.

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