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QPR and Reading are both considered heavy favourites as they host Brighton and Leeds who are searching to get their promotion quests off to a good start.
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Wednesday’s Championship fixtures will shift the spotlight to recently relegated QPR and Reading as their journey to return to the Premier League continues with some tough home games.
QPR have enjoyed a strong start to the season and will be keen to take top spot away from Blackpool once and for all who lost to Millwall last night.
Having been unbeaten so far this season, QPR will be hoping that they can keep the form going despite losing two of their key players to injury over the weekend.
Canadian winger Junior Hoilett will be a major doubt after tweaking his hamstring during the 1-0 win over Birmingham on Saturday whilst Andy Johnson is still out with a toe injury.
This could mean that Matt Phillips could make his first start since breaking his arm earlier this year with the club.
Brighton will still be struggling with their striker crisis after losing top scorer Leonardo Ulloa to suspension during the 0-0 draw with Reading.
Ulloa was given a straight red for an ugly challenge that was more akin to a karate kick than a fair football tackle.
In tonight’s other feature, Reading will be looking to get their promotion push back on track as they host fellow promotion contenders Leeds United.
The main change to The Royals squad is that striker Pavel Pogrebnyak will be out of the match after he was sent off during the 0-0 with Brighton at the weekend.
His absence will mean that Nick Blackman will get a chance to lead the team up front whilst Wayne Bridge is set to feature from the start after returning as a substitute at the weekend.
Leeds though will be boosted with having virtually a full squad for the trip down to The Madejski Stadium on Wednesday night.
The team will be aided by the return of Sam Byram who will fill in at right back for Lee Peltier who picked up a muscle strain at the weekend.
Leeds are expected to maintain a similar strikeforce to their last couple of games with Noel Hunt and Luke Varney leading the frontline for the Yorkshire side.
With all these sides harbouring aspirations for a place in the Premier League, these fixtures could provide an early boost for the teams in the race to get promoted.