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With no less than eleven games this afternoon there are plenty of matches for punters and fans alike to get stuck into, as QPR look to consolidate their lead at the top of the table.
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Nottingham Forest will look to consolidate their play-off place as the 11/10 favourites look to hold off local rivals Derby in the East Midlands Derby
Having enjoyed a good start to the season, Nottingham Forest is once again looking like strong contenders to qualify for the playoffs with Forest currently sitting in 6th place in the table.
Billy Davies’ side are on a strong run of form at the minute and despite losing 2-1 against Burnley in the Carling Cup during the week, it could mean that several outsider players could feature in the clash on Saturday.
The most likely addition to be included in the team would be Matt Derbyshire as the former Olympiakos striker netted for Forest and has earned the praise of Davies after the final whistle.
Meanwhile, Derby will be hoping that they will be able to improve on the results that has left The Rams currently sitting in 12th place in the league.
However, Derby have been dealt a considerable injury blow as current first choice keeper Adam Legdzins has been rule for up to 2 months with an ankle problem forcing Nigel Clough to explore other options.
It means that Frank Fielding is likely to feature as his replacement in the East midlands derby as the goalkeeper looks to catch the attention of visiting England scouts.
The other major clash sees a big game at the bottom of the table as Yeovil take on Bolton in what is a must win game for both sides.
Bolton have had a miserable start to the season picking up just 3 points in 8 games and are stuck at the very bottom of the table.
To try and shake things up, boss Dougie Freeman will likely give a debut to loan signing Neil Danns who finally joined on a 3 month loan deal from fellow Championship side Leicester.
Danns’ inclusion might help sure up a midfield that has both failed to create enough opportunities to feed the Bolton attack in recent weeks.
Yeovil will be looking to try and build on hat has been a steady start to life in The Championship as the recently promoted side currently sit 22nd in the table.
The clash could also see Yeovil field their own new signing as Gary Johnson revealed that the club had signed Irish defender Shane Duffy on a month-loan from Everton.
Duffy will be acting as cover for a rather depleted Yeovil backline that has seen Liam Fontaine ruled out of Saturday’s clash with an injury meanwhile Byron Webster is suspended for Saturday’s trip up to the Reebok Stadium.
With many teams knowing that a lot is on the line on Saturday, it means that getting the 3 points early on could be crucial during the final run-in at the end of the season.