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Ten games take place at 3PM and Hull City, who have won their last three and sit in second place right now, head to a Bolton Wanderers , who have recorded just one win in their last seven.
Hull have the chance to move to within just two points of Cardiff City here and with the way they are playing at the moment, should come out on top and are available at 19/10.
Watford have claimed three wins from their last four and that has moved them into third position. The Hornets host Derby County this weekend and will expect another victory, especially as their opponents are on a four-game winless run.
Derby had to looked on course for a play-off place, but they are now seven points adrift of the top six and have a lot of work to do.
Crystal Palace have mirrored Watford’s result in recent weeks and currently sit level on points with them.
Palace are at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday afternoon, who are now just two points clear of the drop zone after a couple of draws.
They do have a game-in-hand over some teams around them though and with just one defeat in eleven, Wednesday will be confident of taking something in this one.
Leicester City have fallen off the pace recently with two straight defeats and they make the journey to Blackpool this time out, who lost their first game under new manager Paul Ince at Leeds United during the week.
Both teams need a win here, albeit for different reasons and with the football they play, it should be an interesting 90 minutes. Leicester are at 6/4 to win.
Charlton Athletic and Nottingham Forest also lock horns, while Burnley head to Brighton & Hove Albion. All four of these teams are looking to finish in the top six, but Brighton and Forest like the more likely teams to reach the play-offs at the moment.
A big game in terms of the relegation battle also takes place as Huddersfield Town entertain Ipswich Town.
There is just a point separating this two at the moment and Huddersfield, who are two clear of the drop zone, are after their first win under new manager Mark Robins.
Barnsley made in four wins in a row in the league last time out, so should be full of confidence and hopeful of moving even further away from the bottom three when they take on Bristol City, who are at the foot of the table right now.
Blackburn Rovers host Leeds United as well and a win for either side here would give them a good chance of reaching the top six, while Peterborough United and Birmingham City lock horns at London Road.
The evening kick-off sees Middlesbrough and Millwall go head-to-head. Boro have won just once this year and are in danger of dropping out of the play-offs, whereas Millwall have lost five in a row and have moved down into mid-table. You can back the home team at 11/10.
There is one game getting underway on Sunday and it sees Wolverhampton Wanderers, who are sitting in the bottom three, host league-leaders Cardiff City.
Cardiff lost at home to Brighton during midweek, so must bounce back and if there is a team you want to be taking on at the moment, it is Wolves as they haven’t won since December. Cardiff are decent value at 24/17.
It should be another cracking weekend of action.