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Leaders Nottingham Forest will look to extend their unbeaten run to 8 games when they take on faltering Millwall later today.
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While Forest appear to be going from strength to strength, Millwall have struggled recently after a strong start to the season. The club have lost 3 of their last 4 games to slip to 12th in the table, their most recent setback coming midweek when they lost 3-2 to Reading.
Second place Norwich will be waiting in the wings should Forest slip up. The club have won four of their last five, scoring 15 goals in the process. They club are at home to a Birmingham side that has won just once all season.
Third place Watford are up first in the early kick off against Bournemouth while Wolves, fresh from a midweek draw with Charlton, take on resurgent Bolton, full of confidence after picking up their first win of the season over Rotherham.
Charlton meanwhile face Rotherham with Reading, currently sixth in the table, up against Sheffield Wednesday.
Inconsistent Brighton take on winless Blackpool while Leeds, unbeaten in their last 3, are up against Huddersfield.
Managerless Fulham will hope to finally pick up their first three points when they host Blackburn.
The club parted ways with former boss Felix Magath midweek after losing six of their opening seven games and have placed Kit Symons in temporary charge.
Symons, a former Fulham defender, will hope to build morale ahead of the clash with another former Premier league side, Blackburn. Rovers are currently mid-table after winning three, drawing one and losing three of their opening 7 games.
Elsewhere Middlesbrough face Brentford and Derby take on another managerless outfit in the shape of Cardiff.
The action comes to an end on Sunday when Wigan take on Ipswich. The Lactics have yet to kick into gear this season winning two of their opening seven games while Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side are 10th just two points off the play off places.