Burnley v Derby, Nottingham Forest v Wigan highlight of Saturday live stream schedule from Championship
Its Burnley v Derby, Nottingham Forest v Wigan live streaming to watch, plus Bolton v Blackburn, Leicester v Charlton in what is a busy looking Saturday coupon.
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Second takes on Third in the big game of the Championship as in-form Burnley and Derby do battle at Turf Moor.
Both sides have impressed in recent weeks with Derby unbeaten in seven and Burnley in ten. While Derby’s recent results have been built on a strong defence marshalled by Richard Keogh, consistency has been the key for the Clarets.
Sean Dyche is poised to name the same starting line-up against Derby, the sixth consecutive game he has done so. The Burnley defence has conceded just 26 league goals all season meaning that Chris Martin and Patrick Bamford are in for a difficult afternoon.
The winner of the clash would make a real statement on their intention for the second promotion place especially as leaders Leicester currently hold an 8 point advantage over Burnley.
The Foxes are in action against Charlton on Saturday and Nigel Pearson will be confident of maintain, and possibly extending his lead at the top.
Fourth place QPR meanwhile will head into their game against Leeds with doubts over the future of manager Harry Redknapp.
The Londoners have failed to win in their last four games, a run of form that has left the club seven points off second place Burnley.
The poor results have led to speculation that Redknapp’s reign at Loftus Road is coming to an end however the veteran manager has played down the rumours.
“Load of rubbish, absolute nonsense, absolute load of rubbish,” said Redknapp.
“As far as I know it is, we are sitting fourth in the division
“Do you think I take notice of what some idiot writes in a newspaper?
“Why would I bother about what someone writes? Not a minute’s problem.”
Those rumours are unlikely to go away unless QPR get a result against a Leeds side that has lost just one of their last five and is just seven points off the promotion places.
Fifth place Nottingham Forest are just one point behind QPR and they move up the ladders if they beat in-form Wigan while Reading will hope to atone for last weekend’s disappointing loss to Blackburn when they face Yeovil.
At the bottom Barnsley face mid-table Huddersfield, while Millwall and Doncaster face tricky tests against Brighton and Bournemouth respectively.
Blackburn will look to build on their success at the Madejski when they take on Bolton while Ipswich face Birmingham.
The weekend’s action draws to a close with midtable Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough doing battle at Hillsborough and Watford taking on Blackpool.