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Norwich City will look to move to top of the Championship table on Tuesday when they take on newly promoted Brentford.
The Canaries have made a strong start to the season picking up 13 points in their opening six games to sit one point off the top. The Norfolk outfit put on a strong second half performance in their outing, scoring four second half goals to beat Cardiff 4-2 on their own patch.
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Next up for Neil Adam’s side is a tricky test at Brentford. The Bees are currently sixth in the league after picking up 11 points in their first 6 games including a first home win of the season, a 3-2 success over Brighton on Saturday.
Should Norwich fail to take advantage, then Wolves are waiting in the wings to pounce. The Midlanders have made a strong start to the campaign losing just once so date however they face a tough task away to unbeaten Charlton, one point and two places behind their midweek visitors.
Fourth place Watford will be keen to make amends for their 1-0 defeat to Charlton last time out. They face second bottom Blackpool, without a win this season.
Another club without a win are Bolton. Dougie Freedman’s side drew 0-0 with Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend but the result kept them in the bottom three. They face 18th place Rotherham at home looking for a first three points of the season.
Millwall have lost 2 of their last 3 to slip down the table. Ian Holloway’s side face in-form Reading on Tuesday.
Elsewhere Birmingham face Sheffield Wednesday, Bournemouth face manager-less Leeds, Cardiff take on Middlesbrough, Ipswich are at home to Brighton and Huddersfield welcome Wigan to the John Smith Stadium.
Early pacesetters Nottingham Forest will look to continue their impressive start when they face winless Fulham at the City Ground on Wednesday.
Stuart Pearce’s side have won four and drawn two of their 6 games and with head into the game on the back of a hard fought point against Derby on Sunday.
The night’s other game will see Rams take on Blackburn.