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The Championship is once again set to entertain us this weekend with ten big encounters taking place. It is at this time of the season where promotion and relegation places can be decided and every team has something to play for.
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League-leaders Cardiff City are not in action on Saturday, so Watford can pile the pressure on them with a win at home to Blackpool.
The Hornets have a chance to move within just two points of Cardiff this weekend and with the form they have been in, you would back them to take the spoils on Saturday. They are at 13/15 to win here.
Blackpool haven’t won in five and are far from safe this campaign, so could be dreading this trip to Vicarage Road.
Crystal Palace have now won four of their last five Championship matches and they host Leeds United this weekend, who are on a four-game unbeaten run.
Palace sit in fourth at the moment and with Hull City not in action until Monday, they can move into third, whereas Leeds are six points off the play-offs and need a fantastic final eleven games to reach the top six.
Leicester City are also in the top six right now, but have won just once in their last six and are only four points clear of seventh place.
Nigel Pearson’s men have to return to winning ways this weekend at home to Sheffield Wednesday, but know it won’t be easy as the away team are looking for the points to stay in this league.
Wednesday have lost two in a row, so this could be a nervy 90 minutes.
Billy Davies has needed no time to settle in during his second spell at Nottingham Forest as his men have now won their last four and are within touching distance on the play-offs.
Forest entertain Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday and Dean Saunders’ men managed their first win under the new manager last time out, which moved them out of the bottom three.
This is another battle between two teams desperate for results for different reasons and with the added spice of this being a Midlands derby, it should be a cracker but Forest at thr 5/6 favourites.
Middlesbrough are on a shocking run as they have only won twice in 2013, so a victory at Bristol City is vital to keep their play-off hopes alive. The Robins sit bottom of the table, but know a win could see them move up a couple of places.
Birmingham City then entertain Derby County and Charlton Athletic head to Huddersfield Town.
Peterborough United and Ipswich Town lock horns as well and a win for the home team could move them out of the bottom three, whereas the visitors would take a giant step towards safety with all three points and are decent value at 2/1.
In-form Bolton Wanderers and Brighton & Hove Albion also meet in what should be a cracking encounter.
There is then one game on Monday evening and it sees Hull City, who are in third place, head to Burnley.