Leicester v QPR live stream to watch, plus Nottingham Forest v Birmingham, Watford v Ipswich on crucial Saturday

Its QPR v Leicester live streaming, plus Nottingham Forest v Birmingham, Watford v Ipswich,  Barnsley v Leeds, Middlesbrough v Millwall to watch from the Championship today.

Well known firm Bet365 have announced that they are once more streaming the games from the Championship through their website, and with a very busy and important Saturday, its sure to be a popular service for punters and fans alike.


Don’t forget you can watch a variety of football fixtures, including games from The Championship and more with Bet365 and their exclusive stream. Click here to navigate through to the landing page and select ‘ Live Streaming’ at the top of the page and continue to watch the games!

Click here to watch The Championship action LIVE with Bet365!

Depending on results on Friday Leicester City would secure the Championship title with a win over QPR on Saturday.

Should Burnley slip up against Blackpool then Nigel Pearson’s side, who lead the table by 7 points, would secure the title with a win over promotion chasing QPR.

A win for QPR meanwhile would seal their playoff place.

Nottingham Forest appeared on course to join them earlier this year but a run of 12 games without a win has seen them slip down the table. They will hope to address that poor form when they take on Birmingham.

The club will hope they can put a stop to their alarming slide but face a tricky task against their inconsistent visitors.

The Midlands, 18th in the table, have won two of their last five games with those wins coming against fellow strugglers Doncaster and Millwall with their defeats coming against in-form trio Reading, Bournemouth and Middlesbrough.

Games involving Lee Clark’s men do involve goals with 33 goals for and against in their last 7 games.

Elsewhere Middesbrough will look to keep their late surge towards the playoffs going when they take on third from bottom Millwall.

The Teesiders have won four games in a row to move to within 6 points off sixth place Reading although they face a tough task against Ian Holloway’s Lions who have drawn 2 and won 2 of their last four to move to within 1 point of safety.

Ipswich are also on the brink of the playoffs and Mick McCarthy will hope his side can keep the pressure on and build on their wins over Barnsley and Doncaster against Watford.

The Hornets, 13th in the table, like Middlesbrough on the cusp of the top 6 but they would need to get a run of wins together as well as get results elsewhere if they were to make the playoffs. The club are in good form however with 3 draws and 2 wins in their last five games.

The day’s final game see Barnsley take on Leeds. The Tykes hope of survival received a massive boost midweek when they beat Charlton 2-1 to move to within two points of survival and they will fancy their chances against a Leeds side that has won one of their last 5.

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.