Its a busy afternoon in the Championship with plenty of high profile games in the 3pm kickoffs, with punters and fans able to watch a variety of games from England’s second tier.
Well known brand Bet365 have announced they are live streaming fixtures from the Championship this afternoon, and with eight games in total today there’s plenty to get excited about.
Its simple to watch the afternoon Championship kickoffs:
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The busy festive period continues in the Championship as we move from round 23 to round 24 with just a 2 day break with the games coming thick and fast today.
Eight teams are in action on the Monday with the clash between inform Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday the stand out clash.
Middlesbrough relinquished their hold on top spot at the weekend as their game with Blackburn was cancelled, the postponement allowing Derby, 2-0 winners at home to Fulham, taking advantage.
‘Boro have won three and drawn one of their last four games while Wednesday have scored 7 goals in their last two games beating Wolves and Birmingham in the process.
The result has propelled the Yorkshire club up to 7th, just one point off 6th place Ipswich.
Burnley, currently 5th in the table, will hope to bounce back from their 3-0 defeat to Hull last time out when they take on Bristol City while the Tigers, currently in third place could move into the top 2 if they can follow up their win over the Clarets with another three points away to Preston.
The Clarets will be hoping for an upturn in form with only one win in six denting their promotion puish somewhat, and there’s no doubt Sean Dyche will have his side up for this one.
QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink will hope to get his first win as boss when his side take on Huddersfield while Birmingham and Charlton Athletic take on MK Dons and Wolves respectively.
Rangers are turning Loftus Road into something of a fortress at the moment, with the side now 8 games unbeaten at home, altough they will be hoping to turn those draws into wins.
There is a definite air of expection around Loftus Road at the moment, and much depends on Charlie Austin, who will be missing from the line up today with a hamstring injury.
The action gets underway at 12.45 when bottom of the table Bolton go in search of a first win in 18 games against Blackburn at the Macron Stadium on Monday.
Neil Lennon’s side are rooted to the bottom, seven points adrift of safety and in dire need of three points. The club lost 4-0 to fellow strugglers Rotherham on Saturday, ending a run of successive draws but face a tough task against a Rovers side that has lost just one of their last 9 games.
Paul Lambert’s side will be the fresher of the two teams having not played since the 20th of December.
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