QPR v Wigan Live Stream, Bolton v Blackpool, Watford v Blackburn, Ipswich Derby highlight of midweek Championship

Championship schedule with QPR v Wigan live streaming to watch online, Bolton v Blackpool, Watford Blackburn, Ipswich Derby, Reading Barnsley, Leicester v Yeovil.

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Managerless Nottingham Forest will bid to bounce back from their midlands derby horror show when they take on Charlton on Tuesday.

Forest slipped out of the top six after a 5-0 defeat to their rivals Derby at the weekend, the result costing Billy Davies his job as manager.

The club had hoped to move fast in their search for a replacement with Neil Warnock emerging as the out and out contender. However the former Sheffield United manager has resisted the opportunity to return to club management.

“I did not feel the conditions of the job were right for me to manage. I wish them well for the rest of the season,” Warnock said.

While Forest are on the search for a new manager, Leeds United are on the hunt for a new owner after the FA prevented Massimo Cellino from completing his takeover of Leeds United.

Cellino was prevented from taking control after failing the FA “fit and proper” test in the wake of his tax offence conviction in Italy.

Leeds, 2-1 winners over Millwall last time out, will now head into the clash with Bournemouth with their long-term future once again up for discussion.

Inform Burnley closed the gap on leaders Leicester to five points at the weekend with Sean Dyche’s side taking advantage of the Foxes 1-1 draw with Blackburn to beat Charlton 3-0.

That gap is unlikely to be reduced further on Tuesday however with Leicester at home to Yeovil although Burnley will not confident of maintaining the difference as they face Doncaster at Turf Moor.

Third place Derby will hope to follow their stunning win over Forest when they travel to face Ipswich while QPR kept up their chase of the automatic places with a 3-1 over Middlesbrough at the weekend.

Harry Redknapp’s side made it three wins from five against ‘Boro and they will hope to build on that when they on inform Wigan at Loftus Road.

Reading will be confident of keeping their hold of the sixth place spot they reclaimed at the weekend when they take on Barnsley while Brighton will face a tough task taking advantage of any slip up as they travel to play in-form Sheffield Wednesday.

Elsewhere Middlesbrough travel to play Huddersfield, Millwall will hope to boost their survival hopes at home to Birmingham, Watford take on Blackburn and Bolton play Blackpool.

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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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