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Derby County are considered as 6/5 favourites against Brighton as two playoff rivals clash at Pride Park whilst Burnley look to give their title chances a boost with a win against Sheffield Wednesday.
This year’s playoff race has been closely contested since the start of the season but both Derby and Brighton will look to further cement their places in the spot with a victory on Saturday afternoon.
Derby are looking ever more likely that they will be at least in the playoffs as they currently sit comfortably in fourth spot in the standings.
The good news for Steven McClaren is that The Rams are able to recall their skipper Richard Keogh back to the starting lineup after he missed the last month with ligament damage.
Keogh’s return is likely to push Michael Keane back onto the subs bench alongside Mason Beckett after the young striker showed plenty of promise in recent matches.
Their opponents Brighton find themselves in the heat of the battle for the final playoff spot with The Seagulls currently occupying the all important sixth spot albeit by just one place.
Brighton have been rocked by the news that Andrews Crofts will be out for the rest of the season after he suffered a cruciate ligament against Birmingham last weekend.
It’s likely that Liam Bridcutt will deputise for Crofts provided that he himself recovers from a groin issue that prevented him from playing last weekend.
Elsewhere, Burnley will look to boost their title hopes by beating struggling Sheffield Wednesday at Turf Moor on Saturday.
At the moment, Sean Dyche’s side are four points off leaders Leicester in second spot and will be very much hoping they can close the gap to their promotion rivals.
The big news is that Ross Wallace could finally return having been injured since September whilst Ashley Barnes could also make his full debut since joining from Brighton.
Sheffield Wednesday’s fight for survival has gone on right from day one and The Owls are currently winning their battle as they hold a four point cushion to the relegation zone.
There’s likely going to be several changes in the visitor’s squad with American defender Oguchi Onyewu expected to make his debut whilst Chris Kirkland and Connor Wickham are also expected to start at Turf Moor.
With the second half of the season now in full swing, it means that the promotion contenders such as Burnley and Derby will need to beat all the top teams if they are to make it to the top flight.