Championship Live Streaming : Reading v Nottingham Forest highlight of New Years Day Online TV Schedule

Championship live streaming schedule & odds with Bolton v Middlesbrough, Derby v Wigan, Reading v Nottingham Forest, Leeds v Blackburn, Millwall v Leicester amongst others available to watch New Years Day.

Popular UK brand Bet365 have announced they are continuing to live stream a variety of football fixtures this week, including the Championship games in England, which vcan be viewed through the Bet365 website, the firm reported this morning.

With a busy New Years Day coupon, its certain to be a very busy day in the second tier in England.


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Leicester will hope to start 2014 as they finished 2013, with a win.

The Foxes finished the year four points clear at the top of the table when they took advantage of slips up by QPR (drew 0-0 with Watford) and Burnley (Drew with Wigan). Nigel Pearson’s side scored five times against Bolton in the weekend’s top scoring game.

One of the most pleasing aspects for Pearson was the fighting spirit showed by his side not to mention the fact that five different scorers were on target for the Foxes as the leaders twice came from behind to grab the win.

“What pleased me the most about the whole game was the fact that that our players never lost their belief that we could win the game” Pearson told the Leicester Mercury after the game.

“I think the most important thing for us was the way we dealt with the game, we were outstanding despite conceding three goals, we came up with the answers and we played some positive football.

Next up for the Foxes is an away clash with a Millwall side that has lost three of their last four games.

Derby also benefitted from the dropped points by QPR and Burnley to move into the second automatic promotion place. Steve McClaren’s in-form side beat Barnsley 2-1 thanks to a brace from Chris Martin. The win was their 8th in their last 9 games and they will hope to begin the New Year with a win when they take on Wigan at home.

QPR and Burnley will hope to end a run of inconsistent form when they take on Doncaster and Huddersfield respectively. Both teams will have the benefit of home games to start the year.

QPR will hope to have top scorer Charlie Austin back while the Clarets will hope Danny Ings can return to form after drawing blanks in his last two games.

Bolton, who revealed they suffered a financial loss of £50.7m for the last year, will hope for some festive cheer when they welcome Middlesbrough to the Reebok. Dougie Freedman’s side have been up and down in recent weeks beating fellow strugglers Doncaster and Barnsley, drawing with Charlton and losing to Leicester and Wigan.

Mid-table Middlesbrough are currently on a good run of form however with three successive wins.

Inform Ipswich moved into the play off places last weekend with a point away to Bournemouth and Mick McCarthy’s side will look to consolidate their position when they face Charlton at home.

Fifth place Nottingham Forest will hope to follow their wins over QPR and Leeds when they travel to take on Reading.

Elsewhere Brighton, who revealed that they are talks with Sunderland over the transfers of Will Buckley and Liam Bridcutt, take on Bournemouth while Birmingham, unbeaten in 9, face bottom of the table Barnsley.

Blackburn face a tricky test away to Leeds while Yeovil take on Watford with Sheffield Wednesday at home to Blackpool.

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.