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Burnley will look to follow in the footsteps of Leicester and seal their return to the Premier League when they take on Middlesbrough later today.
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Sean Dyche’s side moved 11 points clear of third place Derby on the back of a 1-0 win over Barnsley midweek and they can seal their return to the top tier of English football if they win, and Derby lose at Huddersfield.
Middlesbrough will offer a stern challenge however. The club are unbeaten in four games and have won three on the trot, including a 1-0 win over Derby last weekend.
While Derby and indeed QPR appear to have wrapped up their playoff places the final two places are up for grabs.
Wigan and Reading are the current incumbents of fifth and sixth place but neither are in action this weekend and both lost midweek.
Those results left Brighton, Ipswich and in-form Bournemouth hot on their trail and one of the three will wake up on Sunday in the playoff spots if they overcome the respective challenges of relegation threatened trio Charlton, Doncaster and Yeovil.
With three of the bottom facing top 9 sides, Barnsley, Millwall and Blackpool will hope to steal an advantage in their quest to stay up when they take on Bolton, Watford and a Leeds side boosted by the soon to be completed takeover by Massimo Cellino.
Of the three, Millwall are in the best form and they club will head into their clash with neighbours Watford on the back on two successive wins. Ian Holloway’s men beat Wigan last time out but they face a tough ask against a Hornets side unbeaten in four.
Elsewhere in the league QPR will look to get some momentum ahead of an expected appearance in the playoffs when they take on a Nottingham Forest side in free-fall and waiting on the summer arrival of Stuart Pearce.
The weekend’s final game see’s Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn with little to play for.