Latest Championship live streaming schedule with Ipswich v Blackburn, QPR v Bournemouth, Sheff Wed v Leicester available to watch online amongst others, in what is a busy Tuesday night coupon with no less than ten games available.
New Championship leaders Leicester will look to consolidate their place at the top of the table when they take on manager-less Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday.
Nigel Pearson’s side took advantage of slip up’s by previous leaders Burnley and QPR to move top of the pile thanks to a 3-0 win over Millwall.
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Sheffield Wednesday meanwhile parted ways with manager Dave Jones following a 2-0 defeat to Blackpool and have handed the reins temporarily to first team coach Stuart Gray as they go in search of just their second win of the season.
Burnley meanwhile will hope to get back on track when they face 10th place Watford while QPR will hope to bounce back from their surprise 2-1 defeat away to Doncaster when they welcome Bournemouth to Loftus Road.
Yeovil will look to build on their impressive 3-0 win over Watford, a win that lifted them off the bottom of the table, when they take on fourth place Blackpool.
Barnsley are the divisions new bottom side and they will look for their first win in five away to Brighton.
Bolton will hope to get back to winning ways when they face Huddersfield at the Reebok.
Dougie Freedman’s side slipped to their first defeat in 9 games when they lost 1-0 to Middlesbrough and the former Palace man will hope to get back on track against their 12th place opponents.
Elsewhere on Tuesday, Reading take on Charlton, Millwall face Nottingham Forest, Birmingham welcome Doncaster to St Andrews and Ipswich take on Blackburn.
On Wednesday, another club who parted ways with their manager over the weekend, Wigan will begin life without Owen Coyle when they take on Leeds.
The Latics parted company with the former Bolton manager just six months since his appointment following a 3-1 defeat to Derby on Sunday.
First-team coach Graham Barrow and assistant manager Sandy Stewart will take charge of the game against a Leeds side that sits 8th in the table, two points outside the play off places.
The night’s other game see’s Steve McClaren takes on his former club Middlesbrough as Derby welcome the Teesider’s to Pride Park.