Live streaming to watch online, with Derby v Cardiff live stream, Millwall v Nottingham Forest, odds, Sheff Wed v Reading, Norwich v Birmingham, Fulham v Blackburn, Wolves v Bolton the highlight of a busy Saturday in the Championship.
Nottingham Forest moved back to the top of the Championship on Wednesday evening , after beating Fulham in an amazing eight goal thriller.
This weekend they travel to Ian Holloway’s Millwall, knowing only a win would guarantee their place at top for another week.
Millwall’s form has dropped off in recent matches, with just one win in their last five games and they will need to improve for when Forest come to town.
Norwich City went top of the table for all of one day following Tuesday night’s victory away to Brentford.
Birmingham City travel to Carrow Road on Saturday, with Lee Clark’s men sitting just above the bottom three going into the game.
Charlton Athletic under Bob Peeters have made an excellent start to the season, after they were expected to struggle by many.
They travel to Rotherham United looking to extend their unbeaten run this campaign against a side just outside the relegation zone.
Oscar Garcia missed Watford’s win at Blackpool after remaining in hospital with chest pains over the weekend.
Watford host an out of form AFC Bournemouth in Saturday’s early kick-off at Vicarage Road.
Wolves in fourth host Bolton, whilst two sides in and around the play-offs meet as Reading travel to Sheffield Wednesday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer resigned from his position as Cardiff City manager on Thursday, following a disappointing start to the campaign.
The clubs first game without their manager is a tricky trip to Derby County, who are starting to find form this campaign.
On Monday evening Ipswich Town who are unbeaten in their last three matches, travel to Wigan Athletic, unbeaten at the DW Stadium.
Fulham manager Felix Magath is under real pressure after the club lost for a sixth time in seven Championship games on Wednesday.
Their match at home to Blackburn Rovers on Saturday is simply a must win for the club and Magath.
Elsewhere Brighton & Hove Albion host second bottom Blackpool, whilst Leeds and Huddersfield meet in a Yorkshire derby.
Saturday 20th September
Watford vs. AFC Bournemouth (12:15)
Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Blackpool
Derby County vs. Cardiff City
Fulham vs. Blackburn Rovers
Leeds United vs. Huddersfield Town
Middlesbrough vs. Brentford
Millwall vs. Nottingham Forest
Norwich City vs. Birmingham City
Rotherham United vs. Charlton Athletic
Sheffield Wednesday vs. Reading
Wolves vs. Bolton Wanderers
Monday 22nd September
Wigan Athletic vs. Ipswich Town (19:45)