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Burnley will look to delay Leicester City coronation as winners of the Championship when they travel to take on struggling Blackpool on Good Friday.
A win for Sean Dyche’s side over a Blackpool side that sit’s just two places and two points above the drop zone would seal their own return to the Premier League.
Well almost secure promotion for as always in the Championship nothing is straight forward and any Burnley celebrations will hinder on the result between Derby and Doncaster.
Should Burnley win and the Rams fail to pick up three points against another struggling side, Doncaster then the Clarets dreams will finally be realised.
Fifth place Wigan, who have a game in hand on their play off chasing rivals, face sixth place Reading in the tie of the day. Neither side can afford to slip up with Brighton, Ipswich and in-form Bournemouth all hot on their trails.
Ipswich are the only one of the trio not in action in Friday with Bournemouth taking on Sheffield Wednesday at home and Brighton in action against Huddersfield.
The South Coast outfit have won two and drawn two of their last five but with seven goals in back to back wins over Leicester and Charlton they will fancy their chances of keeping the pressure on those above them against a Huddersfield side that is limping to the finish line.
Mark Robins side are currently 17th in the table, just six points and five places above third from bottom Millwall. The club have lost their last three on the trot and are without a win in their last 9 games since they beat Barnsley 5-0 on the 1st March.
The former Manchester United striker is confident he side will steer clear of relegation trouble, especially if they can reproduce their first half performance in the weekend defeat to Derby in the final 4 games of the season.
“If we show the application we showed in the first half, that will go a long way towards securing the points we need and the performances the supporters are looking for” Robins said.
Elsewhere on Friday struggling Charlton face Bolton and Blackburn take on basement club Yeovil.