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The league leaders Bournemouth will look to extend their perfect start to the season, when the host Nottingham Forest on Tuesday evening.
Eddie Howe’s men have beaten both Huddersfield and Brentford without conceding a goal yet this campaign and they lead the table on goal difference.
As for Forest, Stuart Pearce can be happy with four points from his first two games in charge of the club.
The only other side in the Championship to have an 100% record to date is Millwall, who were expected to struggle this campaign.
Millwall have won both without conceding so far this season and they face an unbeaten Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on Tuesday evening.
Of the sides relegated from the Premier League, Cardiff have made the best start, taking four points from a possible six.
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Their win over Huddersfield saw Kenwyne Jones score his second and third goals of the season already.
The form of the Trinidad striker could determine how serious Cardiff’s title push is as he has the ability to dominate the league.
Cardiff host Wigan Athletic on Tuesday, looking for revenge after the Latics eliminated them from last season’s FA Cup.
Norwich City host Blackburn Rovers after both sides won for the first time on the weekend, whilst pointless Fulham welcome Wolves to Craven Cottage on Wednesday.
Birmingham City ended a long 10 month wait for a home win on the weekend, overcoming Brighton & Hove Albion.
Lee Clark’s men will look to make it two wins in a row when they welcome Ipswich Town to St. Andrews tomorrow.
Sami Hyypia hasn’t enjoyed the best of starts as Brighton manager, losing both matches by one goal to nil.
Brighton travel to Elland Road on Tuesday evening, with Leeds themselves winning their first match under David Hockaday on Saturday.
Elsewhere Blackpool host Brentford, whilst managerless Huddersfield Town face Reading, who have made a solid start to the season.
Tuesday 19th August
AFC Bournemouth vs. Nottingham Forest (19:45)
Birmingham City vs. Ipswich Town
Blackpool vs. Brentford
Cardiff City vs. Wigan Athletic
Charlton Athletic vs. Derby County
Leeds United vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
Norwich City vs. Blackburn Rovers
Rotherham United vs. Watford
Sheffield Wednesday vs. Millwall
Bolton Wanderers vs. Middlesbrough (20:00)
Reading vs. Huddersfield Town
Wednesday 20th August
Fulham vs. Wolves (20:00)