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Leicester City, fresh from sealing a return to the Premier League, will now set their sights on claiming the Championship title starting against promotion hopefuls Brighton.


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After ending a decade in the Championship, Foxes boss Nigel Pearson has now switched his focus to claiming the title with the club 9 points ahead of second place Burnley with 6 games to go.

“Everyone associated with the club deserved to enjoy it over the weekend, but it is back to work now. We want to win the title,” said Pearson.

“To secure promotion with six games remaining is a great achievement, but we want to see the job through properly.

“We are back to work now and ready to focus on a tough game against a very good side.”

Pearson did briefly allow himself to look ahead to next season.

The 50-year-old believes that the bulk of the squad that has helped Leicester to secure a return to the Premier League for the first time since their relegation in 2004 can hold their own in the top flight.

“I think we have a lot of players in this squad who are capable of making the step up, and I intend to keep the whole squad together,” he said.

“I am talking about the squad that is currently involved in the games. I will do everything I can to keep those players together and add to that to make us a team that can function when we get where we want to be.”

Second place Burnley are on course to join Leicester in the Premier League. Sean Dyche’s side are currently 10 points clear of third place QPR and will edge closer to promotion with a win away to relegation threatened Barnsley.

Barnsley are unbeaten in their last 3, winning two games in the process while Burnley have stumbled slightly with the line in sight, drawing with Watford last time out, in addition to their 2-0 loss to Leicester at the end of March.

Third place QPR have dropped 7 points in their last 5 games but will hope to get back on track away to a Blackburn side that has drawn four of their last five.

Derby, Wigan and Reading will also hope to keep the pressure up as they take on Blackpool, Millwall and in-form Bournemouth respectively.

Nottingham Forest and Ipswich both lost last time out and they will hope to keep their slim playoff hopes alive when they face Sheffield Wednesday and Huddersfield.

At the bottom, Charlton with two wins in their last 5 will hope to continue their fight against the drop when they take on bottom side Yeovil.

Elsewhere Watford face Leeds, Doncaster take on Bolton and Middlesbrough welcome Birmingham to the Riverside.

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.