The Championship Live Streaming : Hull v Cardiff, Watford v Leeds, Birmingham v Blackburn and more available to punters

Its Hull v Cardiff, Watford v Leeds, Birmingham v Blackburn, Brighton v Wolves live streaming to watch online with Bet365 as the Championship reaches its climax.

The popular Stoke based unit report that they have added a live stream service to complement their in play markets, enabling punters and fans alike to watch all the action from a variety of leagues throughout Europe, including the Championship.

The final action of the Championship action takes place today and there is still plenty to play for at the top and bottom of the table.

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Hull City entertain champions Cardiff City and the former know that a victory would guarantee them second place and Premier League football next season.

Hull have now gone three games without a win and they have looked nervous in the closing stages of the campaign. Steve Bruce’s men need all three points here though and can be backed 11/10.

Watford are the only team that can deny the Tigers promotion as they will clinch second spot if they better the result of Hull.

The Hornets are a point behind the team in second, but have a much better goal difference. They entertain a Leeds United side with nothing to play for and are the 5/11 favourites to come out on top.

Watford have the form as they have won their last two, but Hull are in the better position, so this is likely to be a nervous afternoon for both sets of supporters.

There are still two play-off places up for grabs as well and it is a four-way battle between Crystal Palace, Bolton Wanderers, Nottingham Forest and Leicester City.

Forest and Leicester lock horns at the City Ground and as they sit in seventh and eighth position at the moment, only one of these two has a chance of reaching the top six.

Leicester are two points adrift of the play-offs at the moment, so simply have to win to have any chance of coming out on top, whereas Forest need to better Bolton’s result at home to Blackpool. The home team are at 6/4 to come out on top.

Bolton have been in decent form over recent weeks and with their fate in their own hands, the will be confident they can enter the play-offs this season.

Palace are on an awful run, but do sit two points clear of Bolton, so a result at home to Peterborough United should be enough to ensure they remain in the top six.

Peterborough come to Selhurst Park with a lot to play for though as they are only out of the bottom three on goal difference.

The Posh won last time out, but with Bolton so desperate for a result, they might have to rely on Barnsley losing at Huddersfield Town to stay in the Championship.

Wolverhampton Wanderers look as though they are heading to League One as they are three points adrift from safety, so need to win and hope that both Peterborough and Barnsley lose to have any hope of survival.

Wolves’ goal-difference is -12 as well, which is four worse than Peterborough.

Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall could still face the drop, but their fate is in their own hands.

Millwall head to Derby County needing a point to survive, whereas Wednesday might need to beat Middlesbrough at Hillsborough to remain a Championship club. The Sheffield club are at 12/1 to go down on Saturday afternoon.

Other matches taking place are Burnley v Ipswich Town, Charlton Athletic v Bristol City and Birmingham City v Blackburn Rovers.

It is going to be a day where the calculators need to be out and has every chance of going right down to the wire. Bring it on!

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