Championship Live Streaming : QPR v Brighton, Reading v Leeds available to watch online

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QPR will look to their recent good form up when they take on Brighton and Reading respectively on Wednesday night.


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QPR has adopted with ease to life in the Championship and despite a number of changes in personnel they have won 5 and drawn 1 of their opening 6 games.

Their latest win was a 1-0 win over Birmingham at the weekend and it appears to have come at a cost with both Junior Hoilett and Andrew Johnson struggling to be fit for the visit of Brighton on Wednesday night.

Winger Hoilett limped off against Birmingham on Saturday with a slight hamstring problem while striker Johnson missed the clash against his former club with a knee injury.

Should Hoilett fail to prove his fitness then Matt Phillips will make his first start, as too will Benoit Assou-Ekotto, signed on loan from Spurs however another recent signing, Niko Kranjcar is expected to miss out again with a groin problem.

Brighton meanwhile will be without suspended top scorer Leonardo Ulloa and with Craig Mackail-Smith and Will Hoskins still out it leaves Brighton forced to depend on Ashley Barnes despite having only just recovered from a hip injury.

Right back Bruno and Craig Conway are both expected to be in the squad however Andrea Orlandi and Liam Bridcutt are out.

Leeds meanwhile also won 1-0 at the weekend, beating second bottom Bolton but they face a tricky if somewhat emotional trip to Reading.

Tricky in that Reading are currently 9th in the table and have made a solid start to the new season while the emotional element is by virtue of the fact that Wednesday’s game will be the first time that Leeds boss Brian McDermott has faced his former club since his sacking last March.

McDermott has an almost full strength squad to choose from with Sam Byram tipped to make his first appearance of the season in place of Lee Peltier, who limped off against Bolton on Saturday with a groin problem.

Reading meanwhile will be without suspended striker Pavel Pogrebnyak following his dismissal for two yellow cards in the 0-0 draw with Brighton on Sunday.

Nick Blackman is set to replace the former Fulham striker up front while Wayne Bridge should start at left back. Shaun Cummings and Garath McLeary are set to included in the squad however Mikele Leigertwood Jason Roberts are still ready for a return to first team action.

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.