Championship Live Streaming : QPR v Leicester, Reading v Wigan feature from Saturday’s Online TV Schedule

Championship odds on Saturday, with live streaming featuring QPR v Leicester, Reading v Wigan, Derby v Doncaster, Leeds v Barnsley im a busy festive card.

QPR and Leicester is the Championship’s stand out fixture in what is a busy coupon, featuring no less than twelve fixtures on Saturday afternoon.

Harry Redknapp’s side are currently two points clear at the top of the division after two wins and a draw in their last three games and will hope to continue that run against a Leicester side that without a win in four games.

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The Tiger’s most recent setback came midweek when they crashed out of the Capital One cup at the quarter-final stage going down 3-1 to Manchester City, and there’s no doubt Nigel Pearson’s side will look to maintain their Championship title charge throughout the Christmas period.

Redknapp’s Rangers side however are a tough nut to crack at Loftus Road and will be looking to end the year on a high, where they remain unbeaten in front of their home fans.

Second place Burnley will hope to keep pace at the top when they take on a Blackpool side that has suffered three straight defeats.

The divisions form side, Derby County, with 6 wins from their last 6 games will hope to make that seven when they take on Doncaster while play off rivals Reading and Leeds will hope to keep their top 6 hopes alive with homes games against Barnsley and Wigan respectively.

New manager Giuseppe Sannino will hope to start his reign as Watford manager with a win over Ipswich. The former Chievo coach replaces Gianfranco Zola and will hope to secure a first win in 11 games.

DJ Campbell is set to return to action this weekend when Blackburn travel to take on Yeovil.

The 32 year old was one of six players arrested and bailed until April by the National Crime Agency, who were investigating spot-fixing claims published in a newspaper.

The former Blackpool striker is sure to be under scrutiny following the allegation although it remains to be seen if Rovers boss Gary Bowyer elects to make changes from the side that beat Millwall 3-2.

Blackburn are currently 11th in the table, just six points off the play off places and while the camera may be on Campbell should he take the field.

Sheffield Wednesday with two wins from their last three games will hope to continue their resurgence when they take on Bournemouth at home while fellow strugglers Charlton with three defeats in their last four games face Bolton.

Elsewhere Nottingham Forest travel to face Birmingham and Brighton face Huddersfield.

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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