Championship Live Streaming Schedule : Bournemouth v Leicester, Sheff Wed v Barnsley highlight of Saturday
Latest Championship live stream news with Bournemouth v Leicester, Sheff Wed v Barnsley, Millwall v Reading, Blackburn v Blackpool the highlight of a busy Saturday card.
Leaders Leicester will hope to continue their recording breaking run of wins when they travel to take on Bournemouth.
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Nigel Pearson’s men have stormed into an 8 point lead at the top of the Championship after a run of 8 successive wins, the most recent of which was a late 2-1 win over Birmingham.
Second place QPR meanwhile added to their ranks with the deadline loan captures of Kevin Doyle, Will Keane, Modibo Maiga with the former Wolves man Doyle set to make his debut in the top of the table clash with Burnley.
The arrival of the attacking trio should help ease the loss of top scorer Charlie Austin after the striker suffered a shoulder injury in the 2-1 win over Bolton midweek.
Harry Redknapp’s men have been in good form of late, winning all their league games in 2014 so far but they face a tricky test against a Burnley side that is unbeaten in five league games.
Fourth place Derby will looking to pounce on any dropped points by those ahead of them. After a stunning run of form at the end of 2013, the Rams have stumbled somewhat in January dropping points against Wigan, Leicester and Blackburn.
Steven McClaren’s side got on track last weekend with a 3-2 win over Yeovil with the three points secured thanks to an injury time goal from top scorer Chris Martin.
This weekend they face a short trip to the Midlands to face a Birmingham side has lost their last three games and currently sits 17th in the table just five points above the relegation zone.
Elsewhere sixth place Reading travel to Millwall while play off chasing Ipswich take on Bolton.
Wigan will look to continue their improved recent form when they take on Charlton while manager-less Leeds, who dispensed with the services of manager Brian McDermott on transfer deadline day, will hope to address a run of form that has seen them drop to 12th.
The club are currently without a win in 8 games and face a tricky test improving that run against Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield.
At the bottom the derby clash between Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday will have more than pride at stake with both fighting for their lives while Blackpool minus the Ince’s of Tom and Paul take on Blackburn.
The day’s final games sees Doncaster take on Middlesbrough while on Sunday inform Nottingham Forest face Yeovil and Watford take on play off chasing Brighton.