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League leaders Nottingham Forest will hope to keep their slender advantage at the top of the league when they face Brighton at home later this afternoon.
Stuart Pearce’s side have made a strong start to the season, winning five and drawing three of their opening 8 games and they will fancy their chances of extending that unbeaten run against a Brighton side that has failed to find consistency so far this campaign.
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The South coast side have won just twice this season and are without a win in three. Waiting in the wings should Forest slip up are Norwich. The Canaries will be hoping for a fourth win in six games when they take on winless Blackpool.
Watford, Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday have all made impressive starts to currently occupy places in the top 6 however they face tricky tasks this weekend with all three on the road.
Watford travel to Lancashire to face Blackburn, Wednesday, defeated 7-0 away to Manchester City in the Capital One cup midweek, face managerless Cardiff while Middlesbrough take on 8th place Charlton.
Elsewhere in the league, bottom of the table Fulham will hope for a first win at the 9th time of ask-ing against Birmingham, Ipswich take on Rotherham with hopes of moving into the top 6 while Leeds, under the guidance of new manager Darko Milanic, will hope to extend their unbeaten run to 5 games when they take on Brentford.
Saturday’s action concludes with Huddersfield facing Millwall, Bolton taking on Derby and Bourne-mouth at home to Wigan while on Sunday, high flying pair Reading and Wolves go head to head at the Madejski Stadium. While Wolves are just one point off the top in third place, Reading are very much in the mix sitting 11th in the table just three points off fourth place.
The return of Oliver Norwood and Glenn Murray to the side will be a boost for the home team. The pair missed the midweek Capital One defeat to Derby but are expected to go straight back into the line-up for Sunday.
Wolves meanwhile hope to have Nouha Dicko fit. The 22 year old, the match winner last time out against Bolton, is struggling with a hamstring strain.