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The Championship is set for another big weekend with two games taking place on Friday evening and then the remaining ten on Saturday, as we are all set for what looks to be a defining weekend in England’s second tier.
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This evening, two sides with very different ambitions lock horns at Molineux as Wolverhampton Wanderers host Watford.
Wolves are still without a win under new manager Dean Saunders and have dropped into the bottom three, so you could argue this is their biggest game of the season, whereas Watford can move three points clear of third with a victory.
With so much at stake, this should be a cracker and Watford are at 5/4.
Then, Crystal Palace will be looking to move within a single point of Hull City with all three points at Derby County, who need a win here to keep their slim top six hopes alive.
Moving onto Saturday, the early kick-off is a battle between Leeds United and Millwall, so this is likely to be a frantic 90 minutes of action.
There are just two points separating these two at the moment and with how inconsistent they have both been this campaign, it is a tough one to call. Leeds are usually strong at home and are the 5/4 favourites, but Millwall have a habit of producing big wins from nowhere.
Eight matches get underway at 3PM and league-leaders Cardiff City travel to Middlesbrough in the pick of those games.
Cardiff might need a win to restore their eight point lead at the top of the table and Boro are desperate for a victory as just one win in 2013 has seen them drop out of the top six.
Hull City then host Birmingham City and the former could move into second place if Watford drop points on Friday evening.
The Tigers have been impressive in recent weeks, but know it is going to be tough to beat Birmingham as they have lost just once in eight matches, so a draw at 5/2 could be a good bet.
Brighton and Hove Albion have moved into a play-off spot following three wins in their last four and the Seagulls have to continue their good run at home to Huddersfield Town on Saturday, who won for only the second time since November during the week.
Charlton Athletic host Burnley as well and Leicester City will look to pile the pressure on the top two with a win at Ipswich Town.
Blackpool and Bristol City lock horns at Bloomfield Road and the away team need a win to try and move closer to safety. With the form Blackpool are in, they know they are far from safe yet either, so also need a result here.
Blackburn Rovers haven’t won in four matches now and they entertain a Peterborough side that are bottom of the table after two straight defeats.
The final to game to look at on Saturday afternoon sees Barnsley, whose winning run was ended last weekend, take on Bolton Wanderers.
Dougie Freedman’s men have started to perform in the league and they have an outside chance of making the top six.
There is then one encounter on Saturday evening and it sees Sheffield Wednesday take on Nottingham Forest at Hillsborough.
Wednesday are five points clear of the bottom three, whereas Forest are four away from the top six, so both sides need a win, albeit for different reasons.