Championship Live Streaming : Bolton v Leeds, Millwall v Derby, Watford v Charlton feature

Its Bolton v Leeds, Millwall v Derby, Watford v Charlton live streaming odds from the Championship, in what is a busy Saturday of action with no less than eleven games taking place.

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Bottom of the table Bolton will be hoping to ease the pressure on Dougie Freedman when they face high flying Leeds at the Reebok.


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Much was expected of Bolton going into the new Championship season, however the side has yet to build on its form of last year.

Wanderers have yet to win this season and have picked up just two points from a possible 15 so far. Last time out they crashed 4-1 away to Blackburn, their third straight defeat and with clean sheets proving difficult to come by another difficult afternoon awaits them on Saturday.

Ten goals have already been conceded, an average of two a game and Freedman could turn to Tim Ream, back after injury, to shore up the defence.

Elsewhere the fit again Chris Eagles is pushing for a start after coming on during the loss to Blackburn, as too is recent signing, Andre Moritz.

The Brazilian snubbed the offer of a contract with Premier League new boys Crystal Palace and instead will focus on helping Bolton revive their season.

Leeds have been boosted by the news that boss Brian McDermott has pledged his future to the club.

The former Reading manager has been linked with the vacant role with the Republic of Ireland but has revealed he has no intention of leaving Elland Road.

“One day I want to manage Republic of Ireland. But I’m at a fantastic club,” said McDermott.

“I owe them and the supporters. I’m committed 100 per cent.”

The club lost their unbeaten record last time out when they went down 1-0 to QPR but with their International stars, Randolph Austin, Paul Green and Ross McCormack all returning unscathed and an almost fully fit squad to choose from, McDermott will be hopeful of returning to Yorkshire with all three points.

The only player missing will be Sam Byram.

The young defender has missed the last five months with a hip injury and is set to be eased back into action with the development squad.

The game is one of many on a high quality coupon in the Championship, with Burnley v Blackburn, Bolton v Leeds, Millwall v Derby, Watford v Charlton also featuring.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.