The Championship returns with Brighton v Leicester live streaming, plus Leeds v Watford, Reading v Bournemouth, QPR v Blackburn the highlight of a busy Saturday coupon.
Well known Stoke based unit Bet365 have announced they are continuing their live stream service, with a number of fixtures available to watch online later today, including Brighton v Leicester.
Championship leaders Leicester will look to bounce back from their midweek defeat to Sheffield Wednesday when they take on Brighton on Saturday.
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Nigel Pearson’s side went down to a double from Conor Wickham but managed to hold on top spot although the Foxes chief will be concerned following a second defeat in four games.
Brighton currently sit 11th in the table, six points off the play off and will head into the game on the back of a shock home defeat to Barnsley last time out.
QPR moved into the automatic promotion places thanks to a 3-0 win over Bournemouth and the club, who face Blackburn on Saturday, have been boosted further ahead of the clash following the revelation form Richard Dunne that he wants to extend his stay at the club.
Dunne has been proved to be a shrewd bit of business by the club helping them to 12 clean sheets so far this season and the 34 year old is keen to extend his contract in London.
“I would love to get a new contract and play in the Premier League again” the former Villa star told Get West London.
“That’s the ideal scenario, but it all depends on what happens over the course of the season.
“We’ll try and get the club promoted, then I’m sure there’s a few of us that will be looking for new contracts when the time’s right.
“It will be a lot later in the season when everyone can start thinking about next year.”
Burnley meanwhile have slipped from first to third after a run of five games without a win and Sean Dyche will hope his side can get back to winning ways against bottom of the table Barnsley.
Inform Derby moved up to fourth in the table on the back of a 2-1 win over Middlesbrough midweek. Steve McClaren’s side made it four wins on the trot and lie just seven points off the automatic places.
The Rams face a tough ask making it five with promotion rivals Blackpool the visitors to Pride Park on Saturday. Sixth place Blackpool are currently level on points with Derby but have won just one of their last four games.
Leeds are another side in form at present and lie just two points outside the play off places. Brian McDermott’s side have won four of their last five games and will head into the game on the back of a 2-0 win over Wigan. They face a Watford side that without a win in seven games.
Reading, unbeaten in their last four, welcome 19th place Bournemouth to the Madejski Stadium while Bolton will look to bounce back from back to back defeats against Doncaster.
Elsewhere Ipswich take on Huddersfield, Yeovil face Charlton, Sheffield Wednesday face Nottingham Forest, Birmingham welcome Middlesbrough to St Andrews and Millwall take on manager-less Wigan.