Its Leeds Charlton, Reading Rotherham, live streaming, plus Middlesbrough Norwich Watford, Ipswich Wolves, Bolton Cardiff from the Championship tonight.
Watford may be onto their fourth manager of the season, however they opened up a two point advantage at the top of the Championship over the weekend.
A 3-1 victory over Millwall helped them go clear, with Matej Vydra among the scorers in a comfortable win.
Birmingham themselves have changed their manager recently and Gary Rowett’s first game in charge was a goalless draw away to Wolves.
Watford travel to St. Andrews on Tuesday evening, to face a side that have recorded just one league win at home in 13 months!
The big game during the midweek see’s two sides in the play-off spaces meet at the Riverside, as Norwich travel to Middlesbrough.
Aitor Karanka’s Boro moved into third following an easy win at Rotherham and are one of the in-form sides in the division.
Norwich City themselves recorded their first win in five, having edged past Bolton 2-1 to move back into the top six.
Bournemouth made it five wins in a row on the weekend and their win over Brighton propelled them into second spot.
They travel to Sheffield Wednesday during the midweek, who themselves are without a win in their last seven Championship games.
Wolves’s impressive start has given them a chance of recording back to back promotions, ahead of a trip to Ipswich Town.
Back to back losses have seen Derby slip to fifth ahead of a home game with Huddersfield, who are unbeaten in seven games themselves.
At the other end of the table, Blackpool desperately need a result at an improving Fulham, whilst Bolton host Cardiff City.
Brighton only sit out of the drop zone by a point ahead of a home game with another struggling side in Wigan Athletic.
Tuesday 4th November
Birmingham City vs. Watford
Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Wigan Athletic
Derby County vs. Huddersfield Town
Ipswich Town vs. Wolves
Leeds United vs. Charlton Athletic
Middlesbrough vs. Norwich City
Millwall vs. Blackburn Rovers
Sheffield Wednesday vs. AFC Bournemouth
Bolton Wanderers vs. Cardiff City (20:00)
Reading vs. Rotherham United (20:00)
Wednesday 5th November
Nottingham Forest vs. Brentford
Fulham vs. Blackpool (20:00)