Leicester v Blackpool Live Stream, plus Nottingham Forest v Doncaster, Burnley v Leeds, Reading v Derby to watch from the Championship

Its Leicester v Blackpool live streaming, plus Reading v Derby, Nottingham Forest v Doncaster, Burnley v Leeds available to watch online from the Championship today.

Popular online brand Bet365 have announced this morning that they are continuing to stream the big games live from the Championship, and with a busy afternoon of fixtures, there’s sure to be plenty of demand, with Leicester, Reading, Burnley and Derby all in action.

Derby will hope they end their recent goal drought when they travel to take on fellow play-off rivals Reading at the Madejski.

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Rams have failed to score in each of their last three games and they have yet to find the net in March, losing to both Burnley and Millwall before sharing the spoils with Bolton last time out.

Despite their recent profligacy in front of goals Derby manager Steve McClaren has backed his side to rediscover their goal-scoring touch.

“There’s no doubt we have the players to score goals and things will turn for us sooner rather than later,” said the former England manager.

“The players just need to keep believing they will score. We took risks to win the Bolton game on Tuesday night and the players showed belief and got in the right areas.

“We have had good fortune in the past when we won games maybe we shouldn’t have and right now we’re not winning the matches that we feel we should be, things just aren’t falling for us right now.

“It will turn around, I have no doubt, especially with the group of players that we have.”

Leaders Leicester are at home to Blackpool while Burnley also have a home tie with troubled Leeds United the visitors to Turf Moor.

While Sean Dyche’s have exceeded all expectation to currently hold the second automatic promotion spot, a season of promise for Leeds United is slowly turning into a nightmare.

A club that spent the noughties making the front pages of newspaper has one once again been making the wrong type of headlines in recent weeks as they wait to find out if the takeover by Eleonora Sports – an Italian group headed by Cagliari owner Massimo Cellino, facing a tax evasion case in Italy on March 18 – from Gulf Finance House Capital will be passed.

The speculation over the deal as well as the future of manager Brian McDermott has led to a poor run of form and the club will head into the clash with promotion chasing Burnley without a win in their last five games.

The club won’t get any sympathy at Turf Moor however as Dyche’s side look to build on their strong recent form of 13 games without defeat.

QPR will hope to put their poor recent form behind them as they welcome strugglers Yeovil to Loftus Road.

Harry Redknapp’s men have lost three of their last five to slip to fourth in the table some 10 points off second place Burnley however they will be fancy their chances of getting a much needed win against Gary Johnson’s side.

Nottingham Forest will be without a number of key men including Eric Lichaj for the visit of Doncaster while two in-form sides, Ipswich and Wigan go head to head at Portman road in what will be an intriguing clash.

Sheffield Wednesday will aim to bounce back from their narrow defeat to in-form Wigan when they take on Birmingham while Barnsley will have to make do without the injured Jim O’Brien for the trip to Watford.

Elsewhere Bolton and Brighton do battle at the Reebok, Bournemouth face Middlesbrough, strugglers Millwall and Charlton, under the guidance of new manager Jose Riga, meet in a six-pointer at the Den and Huddersfield take on Blackburn.

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Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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