Championship Live Stream Schedule : Sheffield Wed v QPR, Wigan v Yeovil highlight of Tuesday

The latest Sheffield Wed v QPR live streaming schedule, plus Wigan v Yeovil, Charlton v Bournemouth available to watch online from the Championship tonight.

In total there are three games are up for contention in the Championship on Tuesday with ties affecting both ends of the table.

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QPR will hope to leapfrog Derby and move into third in the table when they travel to Yorkshire to face Sheffield Wednesday.

Harry Redknapp’s side have proved to be an inconsistent force since the turn of the year and will head into the game with just two wins in their last five games.

One of those was a 3-0 win over Yeovil in their last outing, a game that saw Ravel Morrison (2) and Bobby Zamora get on the score sheet.

The score-line flattered QPR somewhat with Redknapp’s side made to work hard for the three points with two of the goals coming in the last 20 minutes.

The win moved QPR level with third place Derby and a win on Tuesday would see the club go seven points behind Burnley and keep their automatic promotion hopes alive.

They face a Wednesday side that has lost two of their last three games but beat Birmingham 4-1 at home last time out.

Wigan meanwhile will head into the clash on the back of an eight game winning streak, their achievements all the more remarkable given the injuries that manager Uwe Rosler has had to contend with.

The club are already without the services of Ben Watson (broken leg), Chris McCann (knee) and Roger Espinoza (hernia) while winger Shaun Maloney (hip) and central defender Gary Caldwell (Achilles) are not ready for return to first time action.

In addition to the aforementioned quintet Leon Barnett is also set for an extended spell on the sidelines after he suffered a hamstring injury.

Yeovil meanwhile lost 3-0 to QPR last time out and will be without Ruben Palazuelos after he picked up an injury in the warm up for the game against Redknapp’s side.

Palazuelos’ place in the side is likely to be taken by the returning Joe Ralls. The on-loan Cardiff midfielder is available again after serving a three-match suspension.

Finally new Charlton boss Jose Riga will hope to secure his first win since taking over from Chris Powell when his side take on Bournemouth.

The Belgian coach has overseen two goal-less draws in his opening two games in charge but with the club already three points off fourth from bottom Millwall the former Standard Liege man needs to start securing wins.

Luckily for the Addicks, the club do have four games in hands on those above them but with just one win in their last 7 games their form needs to improve quickly.

The club are hopeful that Jonathan Obika, signed on loan from Spurs, can help inspire their survival.

The 23 year old scored 3 goals in 11 games in a similar loan deal last season and could go straight into the side as Riga tinkers with his forward line.

Bournemouth meanwhile, with three wins in their last five games, are sweating on the fitness of former Charlton star Yann Kermorgant for the game. The 32 year old is struggling with a heel injury and could miss out.

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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