It’s almost a full complement of games in the Championship on Tuesday night with 11 games up for consideration.
League leaders Hull, fresh from a credible 0-0 draw away to Arsenal, will change bring back some fresh faces as they take on 9th place Ipswich.
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The tractor boys have lost three and drawn one of their last five games and are currently 5 points off the play-off places. Hull meanwhile have won three and drawn one of their last five, a defeat to Burnley their sole loss during that run.
The Clarets have climbed to second in recent weeks aided by the win over the Tigers. Sean Dyche’s side are unbeaten in their last five and will fancy their chances of extending their recent run against 11th place Nottingham Forest.
Former leaders Middlesbrough are just two points off the top with a game in hand on their rivals. Aitor Karanka’s side host in-form Cardiff on Tuesday, looking for a first win since the 12th of January.
Cardiff won’t be easy though, the Bluebirds hammered fourth place Brighton 4-1 last time out climbing to 7th in the process. The Seagulls meanwhile will hope to bounce back from their disappointment in Wales when they take on Bristol City.
Bristol have won each of their last three games, beating Charlton, Ipswich and the MK Dons. The wins have moved them away from the relegation zone, up to 20th.
With 5th place Derby not in action until Wednesday night, Sheffield Wednesday can leapfrog their opponents with a win over Queens Park Rangers.
The Hoops have lost just one of their last five but have struggled for wins, drawing three of their games.
Elsewhere Birmingham FC host basement boys Bolton, Brentford take on Wolves, Fulham travel to face Leeds, MK Dons are at home to Huddersfield, Rotherham take on Reading and in-form Preston host struggling Charlton.
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