Championship Live Streaming Schedule : Leeds v Leicester, Derby v Brighton, Nottingham Forest v Blackburn, QPR & Reading highlight of Saturday

Championship live streaming schedule : Derby v Brighton, Leeds v Leicester, Nottingham Forest v Blackburn, QPR v Huddersfield,  Reading v Bolton.

Out of sorts Leeds United will hope to put their recent poor form behind them when they face league leaders Leicester on Saturday.


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Brian McDermott’s side are without a win in 6 games and followed up their shock defeat to Rochdale in the FA Cup with an even more surprising six nil defeat to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday last time out.

They face a tough task addressing their form against in-form Leicester.

Nigel Pearson’s side have taken control of the Championship table in recent weeks following a 7 game unbeaten run that has seen them move 4 points clear at the top.

They will boosted further by the addition of veteran Kevin Phillips to their ranks. The former Sunderland man has signed a short-term deal until the end of the season following his release by Crystal Palace and is targeting a fifth promotion with the Foxes.

I’ve been fortunate enough to get promoted four times before and there’s a massive incentive for me to get another one,” Phillips told the Daily Telegraph.

“I never dreamed I’d be playing in the Premier League at the age of 40 but now I’ve got another chance to help a team get there, which is amazing.

“The intention is to retire at the end of the season but I’ve learned to never say never in this game. If we are playing Premier League football next season and I still think I can do a job, who knows what might happen?

“We’re in a great position here but there will be so many twists and turns. You can play three games in a week and be in a completely different position.”

Wednesday meanwhile, no doubt buoyed by their memorable stunning win last time out, will hope for another win when they take on promotion chasing Burnley.

Last weekend’s win moved the club four points clear of the relegation zone and a similar result against another promotion chasing side would put even further distance between them and the bottom.

Burnley though have lost just once in their last eight league matches, while their record of just three defeats all season is the best in the Championship

Third place QPR will hope to keep their impressive record against Huddersfield intact. Harry Redknapp’s side have never lost to their Terriers winning 8 and drawing 2 of their 10 meetings.

Derby will look to bounce back from their 4-1 defeat to leaders Leicester last time out when they take on sixth place Brighton.

Meanwhile Nottingham Forest, currently fifth in the table, will hope to continue their recent form when they take on Blackburn.

Struggling pair Barnsley and Yeovil will aim to reduce the gap at the bottom when they take on Blackpool and Birmingham respectively. The two clubs are currently four points adrift at the bottom.

Third from bottom Doncaster face in-form Wigan while fellow strugglers Millwall face a tough ask against play off chasing Ipswich.

Elsewhere Reading face Bolton, Bournemouth take on Watford and Middlesbrough are at home to Charlton.

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.