Championship TV Schedule : Forest v Burnley features as firms report live streaming service for Saturday
There’s a bumper coupon from the Championship this afternoon as Bet365 announce they are live streaming Nottingham Forest v Burnley & Wigan v Brighton amongst others.
The popular Stoke based group have recently added a live television service, enabling fans and punters alike to watch all the action live streaming through the Bet365 website.
Championship leaders Burnley will hope to put their disappointing financial woes behind them when they take on fifth place Nottingham Forest.
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Since their last outing, a 1-1 draw at home to Bournemouth, the Clarets revealed they made a loss of £7.6 million for the last financial year.
Burnley have blazed a trail through the Championship this season and currently sit top of the table after just one defeat in their opening 15 games.
Forest meanwhile showed their promotion credentials last time out with a 2-0 win away to Leicester and with just one defeat at the City ground this season they will be a difficult proposition for Sean Dyche’s side.
QPR hope to welcome back Junior Hoilett for the clash with Charlton. The former Blackburn winger has endured an injury hit campaign to date but told the club’s official website that he hopes to be fit on Saturday after suffering a hamstring problem in the 1-1 draw with Reading two weeks ago.
I’m working hard to be fit and hopefully I will be ready for the weekend” the Canadian star said.
“I’m working with the medical staff and fingers crossed I will be okay for Saturday.
“I feel I started the season well but it has been a bit stop and start since then with injuries.
“That has been frustrating but the staff here have enabled me to come back and be stronger each time and hopefully I can get back to where I was.”
The draw with Reading saw Harry Redknapp’s side move level on points with Leicester and with the Tigers facing a tricky test away to Ipswich the former Spurs manager will be hoping to move into the automatic promotion places.
Blackpool will hope to bounce back from their 3-2 defeat to Ipswich last time out when they take on Birmingham while Blackburn will look for only their second win in six games when they face sixth place Reading.
In form Bolton will hope to make it eight games without defeat against Watford. Dougie Freedman’s side have transformed their season in recent weeks moving from bottom of the table to 17th following wins over Birmingham, Bournemouth and Millwall in recent weeks.
Meanwhile Leeds will be without defender Scott Wooton for the clash with Middlesbrough due to an ankle injury.
The trip to Elland road will be Aitor Karanka’s first game in charge since becoming the club’s new manager following Tony Mowbray’s dismissal. Both sides have suffered two defeats in their last five games.
Elsewhere Wigan take on Brighton, Bournemouth face Derby and Millwall face a Barnsley side unbeaten in four.
On Friday night Doncaster take on bottom of the table Yeovil while the weekend’s final game see’s Sheffield Wednesday take on Huddersfield.