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Many teams in the Championship have just three more matches to play until the end of the season and as ever in this league, the race for promotion, play-off places and the fight to stay in the league look to be going right to the wire.

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There is one game on Friday evening in this round of fixtures and it sees Hull City take on already relegated Bristol City.

Hull can move nine points clear of Watford in third and leave themselves just a point away from automatic promotion if they win here, so it is a massive game for Steve Bruce’s men.

They lost at Wolverhampton Wanderers last time out, so a response is needed from the team in second place. Hull can be backed at 2/5 here.

Huddersfield Town and Millwall lock horns in the 12.30 kick-off on Saturday and the former have to win this one as they moved into the bottom three during the week .

Huddersfield can move up to 19th if they come out on top here, so they can pile the pressure on the teams around them to get a result.

Cardiff City secured promotion to the Premier League with a goalless draw against Charlton Athletic during the week and if Hull don’t win on Friday, the Welsh side will be confirmed as Champions.

Malkay Mackay’s men take on Burnley at Turf Moore on Saturday afternoon and whether they are Champions or not come kick-off, the Scotsman will want all three points. A Cardiff win is at 9/5.

As for Burnley, they are just three points clear of the bottom three, so are far from safe.

Watford haven’t been on the best run of form as they have lost their last two and they host Blackburn Rovers this weekend.

The Hornets need a win to keep the pressure on Hull, whereas Blackburn can take another step towards survival with their third victory in as many games.

Leicester City finally ended their winless run during the week and they now have moved into the top six, so Nigel Pearson will hope his men can finish the campaign strongly.

The Foxes head to Crystal Palace this weekend, who have been in poor form and a win for the away side would see them overhaul their opponents in fifth.

It has now been five matches since Nottingham Forest won, so they need to take the spoils at home to a Barnsley side that are in 23rd place, but just a single point away from safety. Both teams need a result here, albeit for very different reasons. A draw could be decent value at 29/10.

Elsewhere, Bolton Wanderers could move into the top six with a win over Middlesbrough, who need to win all three of their remaining matches and hope other teams drop points to have any chance of landing a play-off spot.

Ipswich Town have been the form side in the Championship over recent weeks and they head to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, while Birmingham City and Leeds United go head to head.

Peterborough United are out of the bottom three on goal-difference at the moment and they head to a Derby County side in mid-table this time out, so the Posh should be confident of a result here.

Brighton & Hove Albion then host Blackpool and know a win will see them stay in fourth position, with the final game to look at being between Charlton and Wolves.

The Midlands club are another team out of the drop zone on goal-difference and with Huddersfield playing in the early kick-off, there could be massive pressure on Dean Saunders’ men.

This could be one of the most dramatic days the Championship has seen.

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