Birmingham v Leicester, QPR v Bolton, Reading v Blackpool, Leeds Ipswich live stream schedule from the Championship Tuesday.
In-form Leicester will go in search of a club record 8th consecutive win when they take on Birmingham on Tuesday.
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The Foxes stretched their lead at the top of the table to 8 points on Saturday when they took advantage of a free weekend for Burnley and QPR’s to beat Middlesbrough 2-0.
The club are now on course to beat their record form the 1992/1993 season and they will fancy their chances against a Birmingham side that has won just one of their last 5 games.
Second place QPR, with a game in hand on the leaders, are also in good form and are unbeaten in their last four games, a run that includes three successive victories. They host a Bolton team that has drawn two and lost two of their last five games including a 7-1 drubbing at the hands of Reading last time out.
Third place Burnley face a tricky test at home to play off hopefuls Brighton while Derby and Reading will fancy their chances of picking up three point at home to Yeovil and midtable Blackpool.
Ipswich Town are knocking on the door of the playoffs and they will head to Elland Road in confident mood after a strong 2-0 win over Reading at the weekend. Mick McCarthy’s side are just two points off the top six and could move in the final playoff spot depending on results on Tuesday.
At the bottom Millwall and Sheffield Wednesday face off in a relegation six pointer, the pair are just one point and two points outside the relegation zone and a win would be a massive boost to either side.
Two other struggling sides, Doncaster and Charlton go head to head at the Keepmoat Stadium while basement club Barnsley host Blackburn.
The night’s final round of games sees Bournemouth take on Huddersfield and Wigan travel to Middlesbrough.
On Wednesday Nottingham Forest, unbeaten in their last 11 games, welcome 15th place Watford to the City Ground looking to secure just their fourth league win since December.
Billy Davies side have drawn 7 of games since the start of December, the most recent being the 0-0 with league one side Preston in the FA Cup.