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Derby v Nottingham Forest Live Stream, Highlights, Birmingham v Reading, Blackburn v Leicester

Latest Derby v Nottingham Forest live stream to watch, as Forest win 2-1 away at Pride Park, plus Birmingham v Reading, Blackburn v Leicester odds, Leeds v Millwall, Middlesbrough v QPR live from the Championship today.

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Local pride, bragging rights and three points will be up for grabs on Saturday when local rivals Derby and Nottingham Forest meet at Pride Park.

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Steve McClaren’s Derby are currently third in the table six points ahead of fellow promotion hope-fuls Forest, who occupy the final play off place.

Both sides will head into game in poor form with Forest losing steam in recent weeks on the back of a six game winless run and Derby without a win in four.

Last time out both sides drew blanks as they shared the spoils with Doncaster and Reading and another missed opportunity on Saturday would hand the initiative to those around them, including in-form Wigan.

The Latics have impressed since Uwe Rosler was appointed in December, the club are currently unbeaten in their last 9 games in all competitions.

An already star-studded side was bolstered midweek with the addition of West Ham midfielder Jack Collison and he will go straight into the squad for the visit of Watford.

Watford will be in good spirits after a 3-0 win over Barnsley last time out while Wigan, despite keeping their unbeaten run going, looked tried in a 3-3 draw at home to Yeovil.

Out of sorts QPR will head to Middlesbrough on the back of a 3-0 loss to Sheffield Wednesday midweek. The result was their second defeat in three games and leaves them 10 points off second place Burnley with 8 games to play.

Burnley will fancy their chances of maintaining that lead when they face a Charlton side that picked up their first win under new boss Jose Riga midweek.

The Addicks with games in hand on their struggling rivals use up one of their additional lives to beat Bournemouth 1-0, a result that moved them out of the bottom three ahead of Millwall on goal difference.

Leaders Leicester will fancy their chances away to inconsistent Blackburn while of those on the brink of the playoffs Reading will be confident of three points against Birmingham while promotion hopefuls Ipswich and Brighton go head to head at the Amex Stadium.

Sheffield Wednesday will look to continue their recent surge up the table when they take on Don-caster. The Yorkshire side have climbed to 14th in recent weeks after six wins in their last 10 games.

While the club may have left a playoff challenge until too late, they will be keen to continue their good run but fact a tough task against a Doncaster side unbeaten in seven games at home.

Elsewhere Leeds face Millwall, Barnsley take on Bournemouth, Huddersfield travel to play Black-pool and Yeovil are against Bolton.

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