Burnley v Leicester Live Stream to watch, plus Bolton v Wigan, Brighton v Middlesbrough, QPR v Blackpool highlight on busy Saturday

Latest Burnley v Leicester live streaming to watch, plus Bolton Wigan, Brighton Middlesbrough odds in a busy Saturday in the Championship.

There are plenty of games to get involved with this afternoon as Bet365 once again announce they are live streaming a whole host of games from the Championship, including Bolton v Wigan & Brighton v Middlesbrough online through their website this afternoon.


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The top two are in action this weekend as Burnley welcome Leicester to Turf Moor with just three points separating the pair.

The best home record versus the best away record will be at stake in the mouth-watering clash.

While Burnley are one the division’s form side with four wins from their last five games, Leicester have stumbled in the last week drawing with both Blackburn and Yeovil to allow their rivals to close the gap at the top.

While Nigel Pearson’s men have dropped points recently, they are still unbeaten in 18 games and remain on course for a return to the Premier League.

Burnley meanwhile are poised to join them with the club 10 points ahead of third place QPR with 6 games to go. Manager Sean Dyche could opt for an unchanged side to the one that beat Doncaster Rovers 2-0 on Tuesday, with Junior Stanislas keeping his place having scored in that game. Danny Ings and Kieran Trippier are both notable injury absentees, however.

Leicester meanwhile will be without Sean St Ledger while Paul Konchesky is a doubt for the game. Lloyd Dyer returns after injury but could be forced to settle for a place on the bench with Riyad Mahrez set to keep his spot.

QPR will hope to take advantage of any slip up by either side when they take on Blackpool at Loftus Road while Derby will hope to bounce back from their disappointing 2-1 loss to Ipswich midweek when they take on Charlton at Pride Park.

In-form Wigan travel to the Reebok to face Bolton while 6th place Reading will fancy their chances of a third win in five games when they welcome Huddersfield to the Madejski.

Ipswich will look to build on their midweek success and keep the pressure on the play off hopefuls when they take on faltering Nottingham Forest

At the bottom, Millwall who slipped to the basement midweek, face Blackburn while Barnsley and Yeovil go head to head.

Elsewhere Sheffield Wednesday face Watford, Leeds take on Doncaster at Elland Road, Middlesbrough travel to the South Coast to face Brighton while Birmingham face Bournemouth.

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.