Its a busy Championship live streaming coupon with Ipswich v QPR, Bolton v Nottingham Forest, Watford v Reading, Blackpool v Middlesbrough the highlight of Saturdays fixtures in the second tier of English football.
With such a busy card Bet365 report that their live stream service is in operation this weekend, enabling football fans to take in a game to watch through the Bet365 website.
Its already proving popular as football fans and punters alike turn their attention to the Premiership promotion race.
CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL LIVE STREAMING
Don’t forget you can watch a variety of football fixtures, including games from The Championship and more with Bet365 and their exclusive stream. Click here to navigate through to the landing page and select ‘ Live Streaming’ at the top of the page and continue to watch the games!
Ipswich will put their nine game unbeaten run on the line when they take on third place QPR at Portman Road on Saturday.
Mick McCarthy’s side have moved into play-off contention on the back of their recent run but with just four points separating the Tractor Boys from 12th place Blackpool they cannot afford any slip ups.
QPR meanwhile have stuttered in recent weeks, winning just one of their last five games with their defence, impenetrable for much of the season shipping 9 goals. To compound matters for Harry Redknapp his side have failed to score in four of the games.
The result of recent blip has seen the club fall five points off the pace at the top and Redknapp will be key to get back to winning ways.
Second place Burnley will fancy their chances against second bottom Yeovil with Nottingham Forest face a tricky test away to Bolton.
Billy Davies side have been in fantastic form in recent weeks beating QPR and Leeds in the league not to mention smashing five past West Ham in the FA Cup.
However they are not as strong on the road winning just four games so far and with improving Bolton losing just three times at the Reebok this season Forest have their work cut out.
Bottom of the table Barnsley face a crucial six-pointer against fellow strugglers Charlton while Sheffield Wednesday will hope to take advantage of Leeds’ recent dip in form.
Brian McDermott’s side are without a win in their last four matches, a run that has seen them to 8th in the standings, one point off the promotion places.
Brighton are another side on the cusp of the playoffs and with just one defeat in their last seven games they will fancy their chances against an in-form Birmingham side that is better on road than at home.
10th place Blackburn will hope for three points against Doncaster while Middlesbrough will hope to leapfrog Blackpool in the standings when they travel to Bloomfield Road.
Wigan will hope to continue their resurgence under Uwe Rosler when take on Bournemouth at home. The Latic’s have moved to within 3 points of the play off places on the back of a 5 game unbeaten run.
Watford take on Reading and Huddersfield face Millwall in Saturday’s other championship games.