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The second round of matches in the Championship get underway this week with Bournemouth the very early pacesetters.
The Cherries opened their campaign last weekend with an impressive 4-0 win away to Huddersfield and they will look to build on that when they newly promoted Brentford in front of their own fans.
The Bee’s began their season with a 1-1 draw at home to Charlton but having drawn 2-2 when the two sides last met at the Goldsands Stadium they will be confident of making life difficult for the south coast outfit.
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Second place Watford got off to a flier last season and they carried that tradition over to the new campaign as they romped to a 3-0 win over Bolton. The club faded away very early last time out but they will hope for back to back wins when they face relegated outfit Norwich, fresh from a morale deflating 1-0 loss to Wolves last time out.
David Edwards was the difference last time out for Kenny Jackett’s side and he will hope that he can build on that success against the Canaries when Wolves take on Rotherham.
Millwall are many people’s tip for a relegation battle this season.
Ian Holloway’s men narrowly avoided the drop last time out and have failed to add enough quality to the squad over the summer with five players signed on free however that mattered little as they overcome Leeds United 2-0 on the opening day.
They followed up that result with another clean sheet, this time in the Capital One success over Wycombe ensuring that they will be full of confidence against London rivals Fulham.
The Cottagers began life in the second tier of English football with a 2-1 loss away to Ipswich and they will hope to bounce back against the Lions.
Leeds United meanwhile face Middlesbrough with manager David Hockaday a man under pressure.
The arrival of Billy Sharp from Southampton will hopefully provide the goals to ease the mounting strain but another defeat could prove costly.
Birmingham and Brighton both lost on their opening day and they will hope to get their maiden three points, and indeed goals, when they meet at St. Andrews while Sheffield Wednesday will hope to build on their win at the Amex Stadium when they face Derby, opening day winners over Rotherham, in their first home game of the season.
Elsewhere Blackburn take on Blackpool, Cardiff face Huddersfield, Reading face Ipswich, Charlton take on winless Wigan and Bolton face Nottingham Forest.