Championship Live Streaming : Wolves v Blackburn, Middlesbrough v Watford, Barnsley v Leeds, Cardiff v Ipswich available online

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There is a game on Friday evening this time out and it sees Blackburn Rovers host Wolverhampton Wanderers at Ewood Park. Both were relegated from the Premier League last season, but haven’t had the campaign they would have wanted in the Championship.

Blackburn have given two managers the sack already this term and come into this one without a permanent boss, but have won their last two. For Wolves, this is Dean Saunders’ first game in charge and he will expect a big performance from his new men after the club dismissed Stale Solbakken following a run of three consecutive defeats.

The 6/4 on the home win looks a little too big to miss.

Moving onto Saturday, league-leaders Cardiff City will be looking to make it five wins from five when they take on Ipswich Town, who are struggling to move clear of relegation. City are in superb form at the moment and are sure to fancy their chances of another win as Malky MacKay’s side can be backed at 8/11 to take another three points.

Crystal Palace can move into second place if they manage to take all three points at Burnley, which is sure to be a tough encounter. Both sides won last weekend, so should have plenty of confidence as Ian Holloway looks to turn draws into wins, the Eagles drawing four out of their last six.

The value could be with the home side however at 13/8.

Tony Mowbray’s Middlesbrough take on Watford as well on Saturday in a battle between fourth and sixth. This has the makings of being one of the games of the day and if both teams are at their best, then it should be full of goals.

Gianfranco Zola’s side have risen up the table following a superb run of results but were brought back to earth with a bump following a home defeat to Charlton last weekend.

The Boro have a formidable record at the Riverside, and should be backed at 11/10 to continue that record.

Derby County and Brighton & Hove Albion are each on 37 points and just outside the top six at the moment, so when they meet at Pride Park, it has the makings of a cracker between two sides that are great to watch.

Alex McLeish is still after his first win in charge of Nottingham Forest and knows it has to come at home to Peterborough United on Saturday. If not, fans might be even more mystified as to why Sean O’Driscoll got the sack as Peterborough look overpriced at 4/1 to take all three points.

The Posh continued their relegation survival campaign with another win over Barnsley last weekend, which was their fourth win in five games as Forest look there for the taking.

Leicester City travel to Bristol City and these two sides have very different ambitions for the campaign. The Foxes are looking to gain promotion to the Premier League of course, whereas the Robins would be happy just to be in the Championship next season. Despite the difference in quality between these two, the points up for grabs are just as precious as the Foxes look backable at 4/6.

Bolton Wanderers are sitting in 16th place in the league, which fans will not see as good enough and they need a victory against Millwall, but know it is going to be tough as the Londoners are only out of a play-off spot on goal difference.

Huddersfield Town and Birmingham City are both in poor form at the moment and they lock horns on Saturday, whilst Blackpool head to Charlton Athletic.

There is a Yorkshire derby taking place as well, with Barnsley hosting Leeds United. The home side look to be in real trouble this campaign and might need a win over one of their rivals to go on a good run of form.

Finally, Hull City, who are in second place, are at home to struggling Sheffield Wednesday in the late kick-off on Saturday. Wednesday are desperate for points, but the Tigers have been superb this campaign and should take the spoils at a worthy price of 4/6.

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