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Championship pacesetters Norwich, Nottingham Forest and Watford will hope the International break has not caused too many disruptions when they resume action this lunchtime.

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The Canaries are currently top of the pile after winning 6 and drawing 3 of their opening 11 games under the guidance of Neil Adams.



The former youth team manager has done an admirable job to date and he will hope that his recent good run can continue against a Fulham side that returned to old bad habits last time out.


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The Cottagers failed to win any of their opening 8 games but after breaking the duck with wins over Birmingham and Bolton they lost to Middlesbrough last time out.

Second place Forest meanwhile have yet to taste defeat this season but their failure to turn draws into wins is so far preventing them from taking hold of the league.

Stuart Pearce’s men have already drawn 6 games this season and will head into their weekend clash with Cardiff bidding to avoid a fifth successive defeat.

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Cardiff Forest live streamWatford meanwhile are third in the table, level on points with the leading pair with only goal difference keeping them off top spot. A run of three draws and two wins has moved the club into contention and with a clash against a Sheffield Wednesday side struggling for wins at home looming they could climb higher up the standings this weekend.

Derby, Middlesbrough and Ipswich complete the top six although with two of those three on the road this weekend that could change. Derby face a tricky tie away to Reading while Boro, winners three times in their last five games, are away to inconsistent Brighton.

The third member of that chasing pack, Ipswich will fancy their chances of three points at home to Blackburn.

Elsewhere in the league Birmingham face Bolton, Bournemouth host 7th place Charlton, second from bottom Blackpool travel to meet Huddersfield and Millwall take on Wolves.

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.