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League leaders Blackpool will look to open up a three point lead at the top of the table on Tuesday.
With second place QPR not playing until Wednesday, Paul Ince’s side have the chance to go clear at the top if they overcome bottom of the table Millwall.
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The Lions have yet to win this season and have picked up just two points so far, losing 5-1 at home to Derby on Saturday and with the pressure mounting on manager Steve Lomas a win is vital.
The former West Ham star has yet to win since taking charge in the summer and with the club without a win since April the fans are starting to vent their frustrations.
Lomas is well aware that expectations are not being met but he has called on the clubs supporters to back the team on Tuesday night.
“If I was a fan paying for that, I wouldn’t be happy” Lomas said.
“The players have to show more drive. When things aren’t going right, you’ve got to stick together and still keep doing the right things.”
Blackpool meanwhile picked up a 2-1 win away to Bournemouth thanks to Neal Bishop’s 48th minute winner.
Nottingham Forest will look to keep the pressure on the top three when they face Middlesbrough at home. Billy Davies side picked up the three points against Burnley on Saturday thanks to a late Darius Henderson goal.
Ipswich will hope to build on their 3-1 win over ‘Boro when they welcome fourth from bottom Yeovil to Portman road.
Mick McCarthy’s side moved up to 15th on the back of that win after a tricky star the former Sunderland manager will be hoping to build some momentum.
Doncaster will hand a debut to on-loan Manchester United striker Fredrico Macheda when they travel to Vicarage Road to face Watford. The Italian striker has joined the club on a month long loan deal and is set go straight into the side.
Watford meanwhile are currently on a run of four games with win and drew with Charlton last time out. Gianfranco Zola’s side currently sit 8th in the table just two points outside the play-off places.
Charlton draw’s with Watford made it four points in two games and with 12th place Huddersfield and the in-form James Vaughan the hosts on Tuesday Chris Powell’s side face a tough ask.
Bolton will be hoping to finally get their first win of the season when they welcome Derby to Reebok. Dougie Freedman side have lost their last four games and are currently level on points with bottom of the table Millwall.
Derby meanwhile moved up to 7th, one point outside the play-off places thanks to their thrashing of the Lions and Nigel Clough’s side will be hoping to keep their 100% away record intact.
Elsewhere Bournmouth will hand a debut to record signing, Tokelo Rantie when they face Barnsley at Dean Court while 5th place Burnley will aim to keep their impressive start going when they face Birmingham.
The night’s final game see’s Leicester host Blackburn with Gary Bowyer’s side looking for a win that would the Lancashire to the brink of the play-offs.
Blackburn currently sit in 11th place just three points off the top 6 and after a 1-1 draw with Burnley at the weekend they face another promotion challenger in the shape of fourth place Leicester.
Leicester beat Wigan 2-0 at the weekend in a dominant display that pleased manager Nigel Pearsons and a win on Tuesday would make it five wins from their opening 7 games.