There’s mouth watering coupon from the Chamnpionship today as first up Cardiff take on Leeds, while Newcastle face Wolves and Ipswich take on Aston Villa in the pick of the rest.
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Newcastle United will go in search of a sixth straight win then they take on Wolves at 3pm.
The Magpies moved to within one points of leaders Huddersfield with a stunning 6-0 win over QPR midweek, in a game which put down a marker as to Rafa Benitez’s side promotion credentials.
Defenders Ciaran Clarke and Grant Hanley scored their first goals for the club in the heavy win with Jonjo Shelvey continuing his stunning recent form with a brace.
They face a Wolves side that dropped to 16th midweek with a surprise 4-0 defeat at home to in-form Barnsley. While few would have doubted the competitiveness of the Tykes after an impressive start, the winning margin at Molineux caught the eye.
The win moved Barnsley up to third with Reading up next. Leaders, Huddersfield went down 1-0 to Brighton midweek and will face another tricky task on Saturday with a sore QPR outing to lick their wounds.
Brighton’s win moved them up to 7th and keeps them in mix with just 5 points separating 1st and 12th. Next up for the Seagulls is a trip to Burton Albion. Burton have won two of their seven games so far but are unbeaten in their last 5 and drew 1-1 with Fulham midweek.
The pair last met in the league cup in 2014 with Brighton winning 3-0 however the gulf in class has reduced somewhat since then and a repeat win result will be unlikely with Nigel Clough’s side proving tricky to play against so far.
Norwich, Birmingham and Fulham have caught the eye this season and currently sit 4th, 5th and 6th respectively. The Canaries beat Wigan 2-1 midweek with Birmingham drawing 0-0 away to Reading while Fulham drew with Burton.
Next up for the trio is Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday and Wigan respectively.
Draw specialist Villa shared the spoils for the fourth time this season with a 1-1 draw with Brentford midweek; next up is a clash with Ipswich.
Elsewhere, Cardiff host Leeds in the early kick off, with both managers under pressure after poor starts to the championship campaigns.
The Bluebirds find themselves in the bottom three in the table, while Garry Monk’s Leeds side have secured only two victories in their seven fixtures so far, although confidence will be boosted by a 2-1 home win over fellow strugglers Blackburn last time out.
Blackburn themselves will look for improvement against Rotherham, Bristol take on a Derby side looking to turn results around and Brentford are up against Preston.
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