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Blackpool will aim to return to the summit, for 24 hours anyway, when they get the weekend’s Championship action underway on Friday night against Huddersfield.


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Paul Ince’s side have lost to Millwall and drawn with Leicester in their last two outings to drop to fourth in the table and will be keen to get back to winning ways against a Huddersfield side that is only three places and three points off the play-offs.

Blackpool will however be without striker Bob Harris with a shoulder problem although Neal Bishop returns following illness.

Bottom of the table Bolton will hope the capture of midfielder Neil Danns on a three-month loan deal from Leicester can help inspire a much needed win when they take on Yeovil.

Dougie Freedman’s side have yet to win a league win all season and have already lost to QPR and Leeds in front of their own fans although they did draw with Derby last time out at the Reebok

Yeovil are also struggling and currently sit just a point and two places above their weekend hosts. Gary Johnson’s side have picked up all their points on the road however and have also been boosted by the addition of defender Shane Duffy, who has joined on a month’s loan from Everton and goes straight into the squad.

Reading have bolstered their striking options ahead of the clash with Birmingham with the capture of Southampton striker Billy Sharp on an emergency loan deal while former Brum stopper Jack Butland looks set to make his Barnsley debut in place of the injured Luke Steele against third place Leicester.

Top of the table QPR will hope to keep their unbeaten home record intact when they face Middlesbrough. Harry Redknapp’s side have won three and drawn 1 of their home games so far conceding just one goal in the process.

Highflying Bournemouth faces a tricky tie at home to a Blackburn side that has lost just once in their last five games. The Cherries twice let slip goal leads last week against ‘Boro and eventually had to come from behind to claim a point in their 3-3 draw and they had adapted well to life in the Championship winning four of their 8 games so far.

Second place Burnley face struggling Charlton while Ipswich and Brighton do battle at Portman road in one of the day’s more intriguing battles.

Resurgent Millwall, who have won their last two games, face a Leeds that has lost their last three games at home.

Meanwhile Nottingham Forest and Derby gets Saturday’s action underway in the early kick off when they do battle at the City Ground. Derby has the better recent record and is currently unbeaten in their last four games.

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.