The popular Stoke based announced this morning that they are have live streams of a number of games today available to watch through their website, including Leeds visit to the City Ground Nottingham and QPR making the trip to Vicarage Road to face Watford.
Burnley are considered 23/10 outsiders to beat Wigan in the Lancashire derby whilst QPR will look to put themselves back into the title hunt with a win against local rivals Watford.
The quest to secure top spot in The Championship has been close all season long but both Burnley and QPR will be keen to keep themselves in contention by beating their local rivals over the weekend.
Second placed Burnley are currently two points of league leaders Leicester City but will find themselves locked in a tight battle as they travel to face Wigan in the Lancashire derby.
The Clarets boss Sean Dyche will likely rotate the squad around to keep players fit meaning that the likes of David Edgar and Junior Stanislas will feature in the squad as will Keith Treacy who will make his first start in nearly a month.
Dyche will still be without influential midfielder Ross Wallace though as a serious knee injury has ruled him out to some point in 2013.
Burnley’s recent form against Wigan in the Lancashire derby hasn’t been great considering that they lost the last two games in this fixture when they met in the Premier League four years ago.
This will be momentum that Wigan will look to use as they look to propel themselves further up the table as the distraction of the Europa League has left them lying in 13th place in the table.
The Latics will see yet more of their top players fall by the way side ahead of the derby game at the DW Stadium with Chilean winger Jean Beausejour suspended for the tie whilst Thomas Rogne is out injured.
One slight piece of good news for Uwe Rosler is that Ben Watson is fit and is likely to be come straight into the midfield on Sunday afternoon.
Meanwhile, QPR will look to draw level with leaders Leicester by picking up a win against struggling Watford at Vicarage Road knowing the struggles that The Hornets have faced in recent weeks.
For the trip to Hertfordshire, QPR will be without top scorer Charlie Austin who is out with a hamstring injury meaning that Bobby Zamora could start consecutive matches for the first time since September having recovered from a knee injury.
Harry Redknapp will also welcome Joey Barton back to the starting lineup with the volatile midfielder available after serving a suspension for a red card.
Watford boss Giuseppe Sannino managed to pick up The Hornets first win in 11 games on Boxing Day by beating Millwall 4-0 and the Italian is likely to stick with the same squad that managed to do just that.
It means that midfielders Fernando Forestieri and Ikechi Anya will retain their places in the starting line-up as The Hornets try to move closer to the playoff-spots.
As both Burnley and QPR keep in touch with the promotion fight, it means that both sides will look to end 2013 on a high and ensure that they reach the goals set for them in 2014 effectively and triumphantly.