Newly promoted Bolton take on Leeds Utd this Sunday afternoon with both sides looking to get their season off to a good start with victory.
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The opening games in the Championship have already thrown up some intriguing results and its now time for Leeds and Bolton to get their season underway.
Both sides have had indifferent form over the previous few seasons and both sets of fans will be looking for considerable improvement this time around.
Garry Monk left the Elland Road hotseat during the summer, with former Spanish striker Thomas Christiansen coming in to the helm, and the pressure is already on for him to get off to a good start.
Things will not be easy, with their opponents today Bolton gaining automatic promotion from League One last season, and manager Phil Parkinson is building a confident looking side who will be looking to stay in the Championship this time around.
Steve Evans will go in search of his first win as Leeds United boss when his new side take on struggling Bolton while leaders Brighton will be out to make it 13 games unbeaten when they welcome Preston North End to the Amex.
Derby County have edged their way into the top six on the back of some good recent form. Paul Clements side have lost just one game this season and will be confident of extending that against Huddersfield.
Wolves versus Middlesbrough is the stand out non-derby game of the weekend. ‘Boro have slipped from 2nd to 6th in recent weeks on the back of a three game winless run while Wolves have dropped out of the top 10 after suffering back to back defeats.
Finally, QPR host MK Dons, Brentford travel to face Charlton and 11th place Ipswich, without a win in 5 head to inconsistent Nottingham Forest.
Yorkshire and Lancashire derbies are the order of the week with the action getting under-way on Friday night.
Up first is in-form Sheffield Wednesday as they travel to the New York Stadium to face second from bottom Rotherham. Wednesday are currently 9th in the standings are a run of six games unbeaten and they will move ever closer to the playoffs with a fourth win in seven.
Rotherham meanwhile are still waiting for their first win under new boss Neil Redfearn. A hard fought point at home to Reading midweek did little to improve their league standing. The club will head into the weekend one place and one point above bottom of the league, Bolton. A maiden win for Redfearn would be enough to move the club out of the bottom three and level on points with Leeds.
Burnley meanwhile will be out to maintain their recent unbeaten run against Blackburn. It is 5 years since Sean Dyche’s side last lost to Rovers and with the club currently 11 places better off their close rivals, they will be confident of extending that run.
Elsewhere, the league’s top scorer Nick Blackburn will hope he can fire Reading into the top 2.
The forward has scored 9 goals so far this campaign and takes his side to Fulham. Should the Berkshire outfit win and Birmingham slip up away to Hull City then they will second in the table.
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