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There’s no doubt the big game sees Leicester and Burnley go head to head on Saturday in a top of the table clash at the King Power Stadium.
The Foxes have slipped to third in recent weeks following back to back defeats but manager Nigel Pearson has tipped his side to bounce back.
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“The disappointing thing with both of those games was that our own performances weren’t at the standard that we’ve set,” Pearson told the FL72-Preview show.
“To summarise the season so far, yeah, we’re aware we’ve done better than a lot of people would have initially imagined we would. But we are trying to live in the present and we’ve got to get back to the standards we’ve set.
“We’re still in a good position but you’re always judged on your most recent results and our most recent ones haven’t been as good as we’d like.”
They face a Burnley side that won for the first time in 5 games last time out beating Barnsley 1-0.
Sandwiched in between the Clarets and the Foxes are a QPR side that has lost just once in their last seven games and has picked up four points in their last two games.
Harry Redknapp’s side face a tricky test away to Blackpool that lost 5-1 to Derby last time out.
Steven McClaren’s In-form Ram side will fancy their chances of a sixth straight win when they face Charlton while Reading will head into their clash with Huddersfield knowing that a defeat could see them slip out of the play off places.
The Royals lost to Bournemouth last time out and with just three points separates them from ninth-placed Ipswich another slip up could prove costly.
Meanwhile in an unsurprising move Blackburn striker DJ Campbell will not be involved in Saturday’s Championship clash with Millwall following his arrest on spot-fixing allegations.
Further down the table basement club Barnsley and third from bottom do battle in the proverbial six pointer. Manager-less Barnsley lost 1-0 to Burnley last time out while Gary Johnson’s Yeovil are unbeaten in their last three games.
Elsewhere Nottingham Forest take on Ipswich, Middlesbrough tackle Brighton, Doncaster welcome Leeds and Birmingham travel south to face Bournemouth.
On Sunday Uwe Rosler will take charge of Wigan for the first time when they take on Bolton.
The former Manchester City striker saw his side bow out Europe after going down 2-1 away their sixth straight defeat, but will take hope from the performance as he looks to guide the club back up the table.