Home bankers can land Tuesday Championship treble
The race for the Premier League is hotting up in the Championship and with a full card of fixtures taking place in midweek it will be vital for the top teams to avoid any slip ups.
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It is difficult to know which Yeovil side will turn up when Gary Johnson’s men take to the road in the Championship.
Will it be the Glovers who easily beat both Birmingham and Watford or will it be the side who capitulated against Bournemouth and Huddersfield in spectacular fashion?
One thing is for certain, Derby will not take the visitors lightly and Steve McClaren will have his troops fired up to build on an impressive run at Pride Park which has seen them lose just once in their last nine home matches.
Harry Redknapp’s men were not in action at the weekend and they will be determined to close the gap to leaders Leicester when they take on Bolton at Loftus Road.
Four straight Championship games without defeat has seen the Hoops hold onto second place and they will be confident of extending that run against a Bolton side who have conceded 16 goals in their last five league matches.
Only Leicester have had any joy in the last 11 Championship matches in west London and with Dougie Freedman’s side picking up just one win on the road from their past five, expect the QPR fans to be celebrating once again come the final whistle.
Reading suffered a blow to their play-off hopes on Saturday with a 2-0 defeat to Ipswich but the Royals can bounce back against Blackpool in front of their home fans.
Nigel Adkins’ men hit seven past Bolton on their last outing at the Madejski Stadium and they will be hoping to continue that goal scoring form against Barry Ferguson’s stuttering side.
The Tangerines partially stopped the rot with a 1-1 draw against Doncaster at the weekend but they come into this fixture on the back of five successive defeats on the road.
Not even new manager Ferguson will be able to help them halt that run as Reading get back to winning ways.
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