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There are four games up for consideration later tonight in the Championship with some big points to play for.
Second place Burnley made history on Sunday when they ended a 35 year wait for a win over Lancashire rivals Blackburn, running out 2-1 winners at Ewood Park.
Sean Dyche’s in-form side came from 1-0 down to seal a third straight win and they will hope to keep the pressure on leaders Leicester when they travel to the Midlands to take on Birmingham.
Lee Clarke’s side are not out of the woods yet in the relegation battle and after just one win in their last five games they have slipped to 18th in the table, 7 points clear of third from bottom Yeovil.
Last time out they lost to Burnley’s promotion rivals QPR and Dyche will fancy his chances of stretching his side’s 12 game unbeaten run.
Charlton meanwhile will return to league action following their FA Cup having slipped bottom of the table.
The Addicks lost 2-0 to Sheffield United in the quarter-final of the FA Cup with their exit compounded by the fact that both Yeovil and Barnsley won last at the weekend, results that saw them slip to the basement.
Chris Powell’s side are now four points from safety although they will take comfort from the fact that they have three games in hand on those around them.
Wins though and not games are needed by the Londoners and with just one win in their last five league games Powell will need to turn things around and fast.
Charlton face a Huddersfield side sitting comfortably in mid-table despite three defeats in their last five games.
The inconsistent Terriers smashed home 5 goals in their recent win over Barnsley before losing 2-0 to Doncaster last time out.
Elsewhere in-form Wigan will look to continue their march up the table under the guidance of Uwe Rosler.
The Latic’s caused a major upset on Sunday when they beat Manchester City, for the second season running, in the FA Cup quarter-finals and with a trip to Wembley now secured they can focus on obtaining a place in the play-offs.
Wigan have won their last four games on the trot and currently sit 7th in the table, level on points with 6th place Reading with two games in hand.
They face a Sheffield Wednesday side that has won just two of their last five games and lost 2-0 to Yeovil last time out. The Yorkshire club are 10 points clear of the drop zone but still need a couple of wins to secure their place in the Championship next season.
The night’s final game will see a Blackburn Rovers side keen to atone for their derby day blues take on a Bournemouth side 6 places and four points behind them.