Date: 26th September 2016 at 5:36pm
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The 2016-17 season continues with the latest round of matches this midweek, which will see us among those having a match in this upcoming schedule with three-points the aim of course.

Previous results

Fri 23 Sep 2016 – Championship
Preston 1-0 Wigan 19:45

Sat 24 Sep 2016 – Championship
Brighton 2-0 Barnsley 15:00
Derby 1-2 Blackburn 15:00
Fulham 0-4 Bristol City 15:00
Leeds 1-0 Ipswich 15:00
Norwich 3-1 Burton 15:00
QPR 1-1 Birmingham 15:00
Reading 1-0 Huddersfield 15:00
Rotherham 1-2 Cardiff 15:00
Sheff Wed 2-1 Nottm Forest 15:00
Wolves 3-1 Brentford 15:00
Aston Villa 1-1 Newcastle 17:30

What will happen in this one though?

Cast your vote so we know if you think it’ll be all smiles or disappointment come the full time whistle.

Fixtures

Tue 27 Sep 2016 – Championship
Barnsley v Aston Villa 19:45
Birmingham v Preston 19:45
Blackburn v Sheff Wed 19:45
Brentford v Reading 19:45
Bristol City v Leeds 19:45
Burton v QPR 19:45
Cardiff v Derby 19:45
Huddersfield v Rotherham 19:45
Ipswich v Brighton 19:45
Nottm Forest v Fulham 19:45
Wigan v Wolves 19:45

Wed 28 Sep 2016 – Championship
Newcastle v Norwich 19:45

Norwich moved to the top of the Championship with a win over Burton, they’ll head to Newcastle on Wednesday as this former all-Premier League fixture takes place following the one the hosts had at Aston Villa at the weekend.

That is probably the ‘stand out’ fixture as such of this midweek schedule.

Blackburn have now won two in a row in the league after coming back to beat Derby on Saturday, back at Ewood Park they’ll look for three in a row against a Sheffield Wednesday side that secured a last gasp winner against Nottingham Forest at the weekend.

Leeds are another in-form side now, a winning run continued with them heading to a Bristol City side that won four-nil at Fulham so this is a good match up at Ashton Gate.

Arguably, and very surprisingly, the most under pressure boss in the Championship is Nigel Pearson with his Derby side languishing in the relegation zone. A match at Cardiff will see Paul Trollope (who eased the own pressure on himself at the weekend) hoping to lead the Bluebirds to successive wins after winning at Rotherham at the weekend.

Huddersfield will look to bounce back from the weekend defeat that saw them lose top spot with Rotherham visiting the John Smith’s Stadium.

We can say it goes without saying the expectation; most definitely the hope at least, will be for a positive result.

But will this happen? We’ll find out soon enough!

Ahead of the match we’re looking for your views on what way you do think it will go, which obviously requires you to vote in the latest poll in one of the options you’re given.

Don’t just look also have your say!

Not only do we want you to cast your vote (which you do to the right) we’re also looking for your thoughts and views too so do share some of those with your comments below.

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