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There is a full list of Championship fixtures on Friday and Saturday and with a lot to play at both ends of the table, the points up for grabs are precious.
On Good Friday, five matches take place and Watford will be looking to bounce back from two straight defeats with all three points at home to Burnley.
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Despite their poor run of form, the Hornets are still in third position and a victory here would move them into the automatic promotion places. Burnley are ten points adrift of the play-off places, so they aren’t likely to reach the top six.
The pressure is on Gianfranco Zola’s men to deliver and if at their best, they are sure to come out on top.
Both Blackburn Rovers and Blackpool would have had ambitions of reaching the Premier League this season, but they meet at Ewood Park on Friday in what looks to be a six-pointer at the bottom of the table.
Neither side is in good form at the moment and they each sit on 46 points, just four clear of the drop zone. In truth, the winner here could all but secure their place in the Championship, whereas the loser is sure to look over their shoulders.
Then, Crystal Palace can overhaul Hull City, and possibly Watford, with a win at home to Birmingham City in the 5.30pm kick-off.
Birmingham are another side with not much to play for, so Ian Holloway will hope that works in his men’s favour.
There are then two matches getting underway at 7.45pm and they see Derby County host bottom of the table Bristol City and Millwall head to a Leicester City side that haven’t won in five matches.
The Foxes are still in the top six, but failure to win this week could see them drop out of the play-offs. They can be backed at 8/11 to come out on top.
Moving onto Saturday, Cardiff City can take another step towards the Premier League when they take on Peterborough United at London Road.
Cardiff are of course top of the table and have a game-in-hand over the teams below them, but this won’t be an easy afternoon as Peterborough are fighting for their lives at the bottom of the Championship. The league-leaders look to be decent value at 7/5.
In-form Nottingham Forest will be looking for their seventh straight league win when they take on Brighton & Hove Albion in what could be the pick of this week’s fixtures.
With Forest in fifth and Brighton in seventh, these two have the same ambitions for the campaign and if Leicester don’t win on Friday, Gus Poyet’s side can move into the play-off places.
Wolverhampton Wanderers take on Middlesbrough and despite the former winning two of their last three matches, they currently sit in the bottom three and this is another must win match for the Midlands club.
Elsewhere, Ipswich Town entertain Leeds United, Bolton Wanderers head to Charlton Athletic and Sheffield Wednesday take on Barnsley in a Yorkshire derby between two sides hovering just above the bottom three right now.
Finally, Hull City know they are likely to need a win to move back in second place and they head to Huddersfield Town on Saturday evening.
Steve Bruce’s side have won two and lost three of their last five matches, so they have been inconsistent and have to deliver under pressure this time out. Hull are at 11/8 in this one.
We are all set for another thrilling couple of days of action.