Boxing Day Championship live streaming schedule with Leicester v Reading, Watford v Millwall, Middlesbrough v Burnley, Wigan v Birmingham, Huddersfield v Derby, Nottingham Forest v QPR.
There is a full set of fixtures in the Championship on Boxing Day with Leicester clash with Reading, QPR’s trip to Nottingham Forest and Blackpool versus Leeds the stand out ties as Bet365 once again announce that they have live streams of a number football fixtures from the Boxing day card up and down the country.
Third place Leicester will look to build on their impressive win over QPR last time out when they take on 6th place Reading.
The big games after coming thick and fast for the Foxes with the clash with Nigel Adkins side the third side from the top 6 they have played in recent weeks.
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points from the top of the table games with Burnley and QPR will have restored the confidence in the camp following a blip at the start of December that saw defeats to Sheffield Wednesday and Brighton.
Depending on results elsewhere Nigel Pearson’s side good even go top of the table although especially with Harry Redknapp’s hoop side facing a tricky trip to the City Ground and Burnley away to Middlesbrough.
QPR will be without Joey Barton for the trip to the midlands after his red card against Leicester while Yossi Benayoun could make his full debut following his substitute appearance last time out.
Burnley have no fresh injury or suspension worries ahead of the game.
Blackpool have yet to win in December after four successive defeats and they will hope to address that against fifth place Leeds. Both sides have concerns ahead of the game with Ricardo Fuller and Gary MacKenzie a doubt for Paul Ince’s side and Centre-half Marius Zaliukas struggling to be fit for Leeds.
In-form Derby will look to keep the momentum going when they travel to take on Huddersfield without skipper Richard Keogh. The rams have won 6 games in a row to move within three points of the top and another win would keep the pressure on the top three.
Elsewhere bottom of the table Barnsley take on Bolton, Watford face Millwall, Brighton travel to London looking for three points against Charlton, Doncaster take on Ipswich, Yeovil face Bournemouth and Wigan welcome Birmingham to the DW stadium.