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There are 10 games up for consideration as the Championship enters round 33 in a busy day of action.

With leaders Hull playing Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night, the rest of the chasing pack will have a clear idea of what they have to do on Saturday.

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Second place Burnley are just a point behind the Tigers and are best placed to benefit from any slip up. The Clarets have won three and drawn two of their last five and will be confident of adding to that when they travel to face the league’s bottom side, Bolton.

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Third place Middlesbrough are just two points off the top with the added bonus of a game in hand on the leaders. Aitor Karanka’s men made the long trip down to London to face Fulham.

The Cottagers have been in good form of late, losing just one of their last five although they will need to be at their offensive best to score against a ‘Boro defence that has shipped just 17 goals all season.

With fourth place Brighton not in action until Monday, Derby County can climb into the top four. The Rams have beaten Brentford and Blackburn in their last two games to re-enter the promotion race and will hope to make it three wins on the trot against fellow Midlands side Wolves in the early kick off.

Birmingham City are currently seventh in the table and they can keep the pressure on sixth place Wednesday if they can overcome the challenge of draw specialists Queens Park Rangers.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side have drawn 14 times this season, the joint most in the league. The London outfit have drawn three of their last five and face a Blues side that has lost just once in their last five.

Elsewhere Blackburn Rovers host the MK Dons, Preston travel to Cardiff, Reading are at Charlton, Ipswich face Huddersfield, Rotherham and Brentford meet at the New York Stadium and Nottingham Forest take on Bristol City.

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.