Relegation matters will be the focus on a busy penultimate Saturday in the Championship, with a variety of games available to watch online this Saturday with Bet365’s live streaming service.
With the title and runners up spot already secured by Leicester and Burnley respectively, the attention will now switch to the other end of the table.
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Yeovil and Barnsley will be under the microscope this weekend as defeats for either side would confirm their relegation to league one.
Bottom of the table Yeovil are currently five points from safety with two games left and they face a tricky task against a Brighton side seventh in the table, just one point off the final playoff place.
To make matters even more difficult for the Glovers, the south-coast outfit have won two and drawn three of their last five games, statistic’s that does not bode well for a team without a win in four.
Just above them Danny Wilson’s Barnsley are also fighting for their lives and they too will drop a division if they lose away to a Middlesbrough side that has nothing left to play only pride.
Successive defeats for the Teesiders ended their slim hopes of reaching the playoffs and with Championship football once again on the menu next seasons ‘Boro could be forgiven for having their mind elsewhere this weekend, certainly that will be the hope for Tykes fans.
Blackpool currently reside in the final relegation place and while their battle to stay up could go down to the last day, the club will be hopefully of making life somewhat easier with a much needed win over against a Wigan side that is stuttering into the play offs.
Uwe Rosler’s men are currently fifth in the table three points ahead of Reading and four ahead of 7th place Brighton. Two defeats in their last three games has removed the in-form label and they will hope to finally secure their place with a win over the Tangerines.
Just above them Birmingham take on Leeds United, Charlton are at home to Blackburn, Doncaster face playoff chasing Reading and in-form Millwall take on a QPR side already assured of their playoff place.
At the other end of the table, Ipswich will hope that Burnley are suffering a hangover when they travel to take on Sean Dyche’s men while Derby face Watford.
A run of three games without a win saw Bournemouth miss out on the playoffs and the club will be keen to finish the season on a high starting against a Nottingham Forest that has roared back into life with two successive wins.
Forest had looked down and out after a miserable run of form however seven points in their last four games has moved them to within one point of Reading.
Finally, Huddersfield face newly crowned champions Leicester while Sheffield Wednesday face Bolton in a dead rubber.