Leeds v Burnley Live Stream -Elland Road hosts Championship clash

Latest Leeds vs Burnley live streaming news to watch online, plus Derby v Barnsley, QPR v Watford, Leeds v Nottingham Forest, as Bet365 announce this morning that they have a live feed of the afternoon games from the Championship.

The Stoke based firm reports that it is live streaming the all important games from this afternoon’s Championship, including Burnley v Wigan, in what is a bumper Bank Holiday coupon for football fans.

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Burnley will look to finally confirm their place in the top flight when they take on Wigan on Easter Monday in the Championship.

Sean Dyche’s side edged closer to promotion when they beat Blackpool 1-0 on Good Friday however Derby’s win over Doncaster meant the party celebrations had to be put on hold.


There will be reliance on other parties today however as the brief is simple, beat the Latics and promotion is sealed.

As has been the case for much of the season half of the season Dyche is expected to name an unchanged squad. Consistency has been the key for the Clarets and with only striker Sam Vokes out, Dyche should start with the same starting 11 that beat Blackpool.

Derby meanwhile will look to keep the pressure on when they welcome second from bottom Barnsley to Pride Park.

Danny Wilson’s side are running out of time in their quest to stay up and a defeat on Monday would be a massive dent to their survival hopes. The club lost 1-0 to Leeds last time out while Derby were comfortable 2-0 winners over another struggling side Doncaster.

Mathematically QPR have not sealed their playoff place and with three defeats in their last five games they have the worst form of all those challenging for a place in the top 6. The Hoops lost 1-0 to league leaders Leicester last time out but can seal their place in the playoffs with a win over Watford at Loftus Road.

While Harry Redknapp’s men, favourites for the title at the start of the season, will be limping over the line, Leicester will look to finally get their hands on the Championship trophy with a win over Bolton on Tuesday.

Nigel Pearson’s side currently hold a 7 points advantage and a win over 14th place Bolton would seal their success.

Brighton moved into the top 6 at the weekend with a 1-1 draw with Huddersfield, taking advantage of Reading’s 3-0 defeat to Wigan. Oscar Garcia’s men will to cling on to that final spot with just one point separating them from Reading and Ipswich while they are just three points ahead of Nottingham Forest and in-form Bournemouth.

The Cherries take on Ipswich today with a defeat in a huge six pointer at Portman Road while Reading and Nottingham Forest take on Middlesbrough and Leeds respectively.

Millwall will look to continue their great escape when they face Doncaster. Ian Holloway’s men have won 3 and drawn two to move out of the bottom three. Fellow strugglers Yeovil and Charlton face Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday.

Elsewhere Birmingham and Blackburn will have little to play for when they meet at St. Andrews.

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.