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Leaders Leicester, Derby and QPR are all in action tnight in the Championship in what looks to be a very important night in the second tier of football in England.
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Nigel Pearson’s Fox’s side saw their lead at the top reduced to 5 points after Burnley ended their 35 year wait for a win over Blackburn.
Leicester, who have a game in hand, will the get the chance to restore their advantage when they take on struggling Barnsley.
The club are currently on a run of 14 games without defeat in the Championship and will head into the game on the back of two successive 3-0 wins over Ipswich and Charlton.
Third place Derby will be keen to atone for their surprise 1-0 defeat to Millwall at the weekend. The Rams followed up their 2-0 defeat to Burnley with a loss to the struggling Lions in a game in which they had the better chances. Their wastefulness in front of goal punished by Steve Morison goal on 61 minutes.
Key forward Chris Martin was suspended for the clash but is expected to return to the starting line-up on Tuesday against a Bolton side that has scored 9 times in their last two games.
Dougie Freedman inform men followed up their 4-0 win over Blackburn with a 5-1 win over Leeds at Elland Road and they will fancy their chances of a four successive win of against Steve McClaren’s side.
Brighton will hope to dent QPR’s promotion hopes and revive their won when they take on Harry Redknapp’s side at the Amex Stadium.
Brighton, currently two points and two places off sixth place Reading, will be without their captain Gordon Greer for the clash.
Greer serves a one-match ban after he was sent off during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Reading, so Lewis Dunk faces a baptism of fire as he prepares to make his first Championship start of the season at centre-half.
QPR, already minus the services of top scorer Charlie Austin, are sweating on the fitness of Kevin Doyle after the Republic of Ireland striker in the win over Birmingham.
Ipswich have lost two of last three games to slip to ninth in the table but they will be confident of getting back on track against struggling Yeovil.
Elsewhere Ian Holloway will keen to see his Millwall side build on their win over Derby when they take on Blackpool, Doncaster face Watford, Middlesbrough face Nottingham Forest and under pressure Brian McDermott will hope he can inspire a Leeds win at home to former club Reading.