Championship Weekend Odds : Blackburn v Birmingham, Cardiff v Hull, Wolves v Brighton attract attention from punters

We’re all set for another busy weekend in the Championship, as  Bet365 release new free bets and the latest odds on with Blackburn v Birmingham, Cardiff v Hull, Middlesbrough v Sheff Wed, Wolves Brighton, Leeds v Watford.

The action takes place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with some huge matches at the top and bottom of the table taking place.

Kicking-off the action is a game on Friday evening between Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday at the Riverside Stadium. The home side can move to the top of the table if they claim all three points, but Wednesday need a result as well to move away from the bottom three – so this should be a superb 90 minutes of action.

Moving into Saturday, the early kick-off is between Leicester City and Nottingham Forest. Neither team is in a great bit of form at the moment and will be looking to rectify that at the King Power Stadium.

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The 3PM games see a battle between third and fourth as Cardiff City host Hull City. Cardiff need to bounce back from their dramatic 5-4 defeat at Charlton Athletic last time out, whereas Hull have won three in a row and are full of confidence right now.

Leaders Crystal Palace then have to make the trip to a Peterborough side that have moved back into the bottom three, so both are desperate for the points.

Elsewhere, Leeds United are at home to Watford, Derby County travel to Millwall and Blackpool take on Bolton Wanderers. With all six of these sides sitting between 9th and 17th, their seasons seem to hang in the balance right now.

Brighton & Hove Albion make a tough trip to Molineux as they face Wolverhampton Wanderers and the visitor’s know a win could move them into the top six.

Henning Berg will then be after his first win in charge of Blackburn Rovers when his side take on Birmingham City at Ewood Park.

Barnsley are then at home to Huddersfield Town, whilst Mick McCarthy takes charge of his first Ipswich game at Portman Road and can move off the bottom of the table with three points at home to Burnley.

There is then one game on Sunday, which rounds off the action in the second tier of English football as Charlton Athletic head to Bristol City. The home team are in awful form at the moment and have lost six matches in a row, so they must take something from this one.

Another thrilling three days of competitive football are all but guaranteed.

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