Championship Live Streaming : Leicester v Watford, Blackpool v Nottingham Forest highlight of Saturday schedule
- Updated: February 8, 2014
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Championship leaders Leicester have the chance to extend their lead at the top of the table to 13 points when they take on midtable Watford on Saturday.
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Nigel Pearson’s side have a club record ten successive games to take control of the division and they will be hopeful of extending that run on Saturday.
With QPR and Derby not in action until Monday the Foxes will be keen to take advantage and send out a clear message to their promotion rivals.
Leicester have been boosted by news from Loftus Road which suggest that QPR winger Matt Phillips could miss the rest of the season.
The former Blackpool stat injured his ankle in the 3-3 draw with Burnley last weekend leaving Harry Redknapp unsure as to when he will return “It looks quite long term,” said the former Spurs manager.
“We wouldn’t know whether we will or not. He’s got a few problems with his ankle and is struggling at the moment.”
Derby are just four points behind QPR and a win would push them right into contention for the second automatic promotion place.
The Rams have stuttered in recent weeks winning just two of their last five games and they will need to be at their best if they are to beat an in-form QPR side that has taken 13 points from a possible 15 in recent weeks.
Third place Burnley fancy their chances at home to fourth from bottom Millwall while Nottingham Forest, in contention for the automatic promotion places following an 11 game unbeaten run travel to take on Blackpool.
Sheffield Wednesday have moved away from the relegation zone in recent weeks with some impressive performances but they face a tricky trip to the Madejski to take on play off hopefuls Reading.
Elsewhere bottom of the table Yeovil will hope to inflict even more embarrassment on Leeds United when they take clash at Huish Park.
The Glovers have won just once in the league so far this season but will fancy their chances of an upset following a week of front page headlines for Leeds.
The “headlines” centred on the future of manager Brian McDermott, who was the subject of extraordinary events last weekend when he emerged that he had been sacked as manager by a solicitor acting on behalf of Massimo Cellino, the Italian taking over the club.
It later emerged that the intermediary had no power to dispense with McDermott and amid a furious fan backlash the former Reading manager “returned” to his role. Doubts still exist as to the long term safety of his job but for now McDermott will be keen to build on the 5-1 win over Huddersfield last time out.
Huddersfield will hope to bounce back from their thrashing to Leeds when they take on another northern side in the shape of Wigan while Blackburn face a tricky test when they travel to take on Middlesbrough.
Bolton take on Bournemouth, second bottom Barnsley take on play off hopefuls Ipswich with the action winding up with Charlton’s clash with Birmingham and Doncaster’s visit to Brighton.