|WEEKEND FIXTURES IN FULL
Saturday's action in the Championship pits two sides who were relegated from the Premier League last season against each other as Blackburn Rovers host Wolves at Ewood Park.
Blackburn are still without a manager following Steve Kean's resignation a week ago and have not recorded a win in the Championship in their last three games. Wolves, meanwhile, have won four of their last five league fixtures.Cardiff City currently fly the flag in the Championship as Malky Mackay's men side top of the table on 19 points. The Welsh side face a trip to Ipswich Town, who have yet to win at home this season, on Saturday
Leicester City sit second in the Championship after winning their last four games in a row and Nigel Pearson's men host Bristol City this weekend.
Brighton have also enjoyed a strong start to the campaign, losing just twice all season so far and Gus Poyet's side will be looking to extend their positive run in their trip to Derby County.
Peterborough have seen an upturn in their form recently after winning their last two games, but Darren Ferguson's side are still bottom of the table and will be looking to secure their first home victory of the season on Saturday as they host Nottingham Forest.
Millwall find themselves in the drop zone after picking up just two points from their last five games and Kenny Jackett's side will eye a reverse in their fortunes as they face Bolton on Saturday.
Sheffield Wednesday ended their five-game run of defeats with a draw against Burnley on Tuesday and Dave Jones' men will be looking to secure their first league win since August against Hull City this weekend.
Crystal Palace are on a fine run of form having won five of their last six games in the Championship and Dougie Freedman's men will be aiming to continue their impressive record with a positive result at home to Burnley on Saturday.
Leeds United host Barnsley in the Yorkshire derby on Saturday as Neil Warnock's head into the fixture having won two of their last three games in the Championship.
Blackpool had hit a dip in form following a run of two straight defeats at the end of September but Ian Holloway's men responded with a 3-2 victory over Hull on Tuesday and will be aiming to continue that form as they host Charlton at Bloomfield Road.
Hudderfield Town had enjoyed a solid start to the season but are heading into their trip to Birmingham City on Saturday off the back of two consecutive defeats.
Both Middlesborough and Watford have registered 13 points in the Championship this season and the two sides meet on Saturday at Vicarage Road.