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The chasing pack will all get the chance to reduce the lead at the top of the Championship when they take to the field later today.
With leaders Leicester not in action this weekend, Burnley, Derby and QPR will hope to pile the pressure on Nigel Pearson’s men.
Burnley will go in search of their Lancashire derby win in 35 years when they travel to Ewood Park to take on 10th place Blackburn while third place Derby will aim to bounce back from last weekend’s 2-0 defeat to the Clarets when they take on Millwall at Pride Park.
Steve McClaren’s men will have to make do without top scorer Chris Martin as he serves a one match suspension following his red card last weekend with forgotten man Conor Sammon set to make only his second start of the season.
Fourth place QPR will look to focus on matters on the field when they travel to the Midlands to face Birmingham. Harry Redknapp’s side are currently on a run of five games without a win, a run of results that has piled the pressure on the former West Ham Manager.
In addition to their poor recent form the club also revealed midweek their debt had jumped up to £177 million, with the club losing £65.4 million last season.
The news have shocked the footballing world and has led to talk that if they fail to win promotion they could find themselves facing a large fine and a transfer embargo under the Football League’s financial fair play rules.
With form and matters of the field dominating headlines Redknapp will hope that he can generate some positive noise starting with a win over a Birmingham side that sits 17th in the table and has lost three of the last five games.
Fifth place Nottingham Forest will bid to bounce back from back to back defeats when they take on struggling Barnsley at the Oakwell.
In addition to being without a number of key players including Eric Lichaj, Kelvin Wilson, Jack Hobbs, Andy Reid, Henri Lansbury and David Vaughan, the club will be missing manager Billy Davies on the sidelines as begin a five-match touchline ban after being charged with misconduct by the Football Association.
Play off hopefuls Brighton take on Reading at the Amex Stadium with just two points separating the sides while Ipswich, currently a point and a place below 8th place the South Coast side, will hope to cut the gap on 6th place Wigan when they travel to face Middlesbrough.
Elsewhere Doncaster face Huddersfield, Blackpool face Bournemouth, Bolton travel to Leeds looking to build on their impressive 4-0 win over Blackburn last time out and Yeovil take on Sheffield Wednesday.