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Nugent will look to keep his impressive start to the season going when Leicester face a Yeovil side on Tuesday night looking for their first home points of the season.

The in-form striker scored his fourth and fifth goal of the season in the 2-1 win over Barnsley at the weekend to take Leicester to third in the table, three points behind QPR.

The win took the Foxes level on points with second place Burnley.

Sean Dyche’s side are one of the division’s form sides and on Saturday they made it seven games without defeat when they beat Charlton 3-0. Having lost just once on the road this season, Sean Dyche’s side will be in confident mood ahead of their trip to Doncaster.

With QPR not in action, a win for either side move see them move joint top of the table and although with a chasing pack that includes inform Reading, Watford and Nottingham all in action a defeat could equally see them slip down to as far as sixth.

Reading faces a trip to struggling Barnsley. David Flitcroft’s side currently sit bottom of the table after their worst start in 50 years but with Ian Aktins side

Watford will hope to keep Jordan Rhodes at bay when they face Blackburn Rovers while Nottingham Forest fresh from their win over Derby face struggling Charlton.

Blackpool are currently 7th in the table, level on points with Forest, Reading and Watford, will hope that the comforts of Bloomfield Road, where they haven’t lost since March, see them pick up three points against a Bolton side that drew 2-2 on their last visit.

Manager-less Derby County will begin life without Nigel Clough when they face Ipswich. The Rams parted company with the longest serving manager in the Championship on Saturday following their loss to local rivals Forest and will be hopeful of a first home win of the season when they face Mick McCarthy’s side.

Middlesbrough face Huddersfield Town while Leeds United and Brighton faces tricky tests against Bournemouth and Sheffield Wednesday.

In form Millwall will hope to do what Reading did the weekend, keep Birmingham star Jesse Lingard quite. The on-loan Manchester United star scored 4 goals on his debut but failed to add to that tally in the 2-0 loss to Atkins side. Millwall meanwhile powered to their third straight win at the weekend with a 2-0 win over Leeds and they hope to their keep their run going against their fellow strugglers.

Trevor Keane

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.

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