Its Watford Palace, Wolves Leeds, Blackburn Ipswich, Brighton Hull, Huddersfield Cardiff, Bristol Nottingham Forest odds as Bet365 release live streaming availability on the Championship games this weekend.
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We’re all set for another busy weekend of action and this time out, there is a game on Friday evening to look forward to, as well as they Saturday matches.
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The encounter on Friday night looks like being a cracker as well as fourth place Watford host Crystal Palace, who sit in fifth.
There is just one point separating these two at the moment and although they know they will end the weekend in the top six, a defeat would leave either side looking over their shoulders.
With Gianfranco Zola and Ian Holloway being the two managers on Friday night, you know there is going to be some cracking football being played. Palace look like decent value though at 5/2.
Moving onto Saturday, league-leaders Cardiff City will be looking to continue their superb run of form when they head to Huddersfield Town.
Cardiff have taken 19 points out of a possible 21 in their last seven matches and have moved ten points clear at the top, so many are sure to back them at evens to beat Huddersfield, who have just one win in 14.
After five straight wins, Leicester City have moved into second place and they are also on their travels this weekend as they take on Peterborough United at London Road.
This is certainly a battle between two sides with very different ambitions for the campaign as the Posh sit bottom of the table, so might be dreading what Saturday afternoon brings.
Middlesbrough had looked on course for a automatic promotion place at the end of 2012, but four straight defeats have meant they have moved down to sixth position.
Tony Mowbray’s men have to return to winning ways this weekend when they take on Barnsley. Although the visiting side are in the bottom three, they come here in good spirits after going four games unbeaten.
Nottingham Forest have been grabbing a lot of headlines recently, but not for their performances on the pitch. Alex McLeish left the club after just 40 days in charge, but the players have to focus about their game this weekend at struggling Bristol City.
Sheffield Wednesday’s back-to-back wins have moved them four points clear of the drop zone and they host Derby County on Saturday. Wednesday know if they win this, they are likely to move further away from the bottom three, but Derby are after the points as well to keep their play-off hopes alive. The hosts are at 13/9 in this one.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are now in a massive fight to stay in this league as they are only two points clear of the bottom three.
The Midlands club are in no sort of form either as they haven’t won in seven matches. Dean Saunders’ men take on Leeds United, who have been inconsistent this campaign and currently sit in mid-table.
Elsewhere, Bolton Wanderers, who haven’t won in four, host a Burnley side that will be looking to put the pressure on the top six with all three points.
Blackpool and Millwall also lock horns, while Blackburn Rovers host Ipswich Town.
Birmingham City have finally put a decent run of results together as they have taken eight points from a possible twelve. They head to Charlton Athletic this weekend and should be confident of another victory.
Finally, the evening kick-off sees Brighton and Hove Albion entertain Hull City in what should be a cracker.
The Seagulls are in eighth, whereas Hull sit in third, so both sides will be after the win here. However, a draw could be a good bet at 5/2.
They each play some superb football as well, so it should be a fitting way to round off the action.