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It is a reduced schedule in the Championship on Saturday with just six games up for contention.
Leaders Leicester will not be in action as they get the benefit of a free weekend and their rivals will hope to put pressure on the runaway leaders.
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Second place Burnley will look to cut the gap to five points when they travel to take on Bournemouth.
Manager Sean Dyche is likely to keep faith with the same starting XI for the fifth straight game for the trip to Goldsands especially with the club are currently in the middle of an 8 game unbeaten run.
Burnley beat Bolton 1-0 win last time out with Sam Vokes scoring the winner. Vokes and his striker partner Danny Ings are former Cherries stars although despite the insider knowledge the home defence will have their work cut out stopping the pair who have 40 goals between them this season.
Ipswich could, depending on results, find themselves in the top six as they welcome Blackpool to Portman road. Mick McCarthy’s side are currently sit 8th in the table, three points off sixth place Reading.
Four goals or more against out of sorts Blackpool would see move into playoff contention, for 24 hours anyway.
Struggling Millwall will look to leapfrog Bolton when they meet at the New Den. The Lions are showing the better form of the two with one win and two draws in their last five games with Bolton losing four and drawing one over the same period.
Elsewhere Barnsley will hope to build on their recent one of just one defeat in five as they look to climb out of the relegation zone. The Yorkshire side are currently five points adrift of safety and face a tricky test away to a Doncaster side that has won two and drawn two of their last five games.
Elsewhere in the Division on Saturday Birmingham take on Huddersfield and Watford take on Middlesbrough.
On Sunday QPR and Reading will bid to bounce back from disappointing results last time out when they clash at Loftus Road on Sunday.
The pair went to down to Derby and Sheffield Wednesday respectively, results that saw them lose ground on the leaders.