Keep up to date with all the latest team news on every Championship League match in England this weekend.
Blackpool v Ipswich
BLACKPOOL’s Hameur Bouazza is struggling with a groin problem, but Billy Clarke (knee) may return and Gary Taylor-Fletcher (groin) could be fit. Rob Edwards is available after suspension.
IPSWICH have concerns over defenders Gareth McAuley and Damien Delaney (both groin). Keeper Richard Wright (knee ligaments) is in contention, but Luciano Civelli (knee) is injured.
Bristol City v Doncaster
The ROBINS may have Nicky Maynard available after his thigh problem, while Jamal Campbell-Ryce and Ivan Sproule are pushing for places. Marvin Elliott (knee) and Evander Sno (back) are injured.
ROVERS are without captain Brian Stock (back), while defenders Shelton Martis (hamstring), Adam Lockwood (foot) and Jason Shackell (groin) are also injured.
Cardiff v Middlesbrough
CARDIFF keeper David Marshall is pushing to start, while Gabor Gyepes (back) is struggling. Joe Ledley, Mark Hudson, Miguel Comminges, Stephen McPhail, Josh Magennis and Kelvin Etuhu are injured.
BORO’s Scott McDonald is a concern following his hernia operation, Rhys Williams (pelvis) and Chris Riggott (hamstring) are close to returns, but Tony McMahon, Seb Hines and Matthew Bates are injured.
Crystal Palace v Sheff Utd
New PALACE boss Paul Hart has concerns over Claude Davis (knock), Paddy McCarthy (shoulder) is still out, but Neil Danns (back) may be ready.
The BLADES could bring back the eligible again on-loan defender Marcel Seip, otherwise they have no new injury concerns. Darius Henderson is suspended, while Gary Naysmith, Ryan France and Derek Geary are still injured.
Derby v Watford
DERBY forward Rob Hulse (back) should be fit, while Steve Davies and Dean Leacock are pushing for starting places. Jay McEveley is still suspended, while Lee Hendrie and Gary Teale are close to fitness.
WATFORD could give a debut to Will Buckley after his thigh injury, Tom Cleverley is still suspended, Jay DeMerit (knock) is a concern.
Newcastle v Barnsley
TOON midfielder Joey Barton (foot) is back in training, but this game comes too soon. Peter Lovenkrands (hamstring) should be ready, while Wayne Routledge has a calf problem.
BARNSLEY could be unchanged as long as Daniel Bogdanovic (Malta) and Emil Hallfredsson (Iceland) are okay after international duty. They have no new injuries or suspensions.
Nottingham Forest v Swansea
On-loan George Boyd could make his FOREST debut, while Garath McCleary is available after suspension. Julian Bennett (knee) is set to miss out.
The SWANS are without Ferrie Bodde (cruciate) for the rest of the season, Darren Pratley (knee) and Cedric van der Gun (hamstring) should be fit. Garry Monk and Joe Allen are part of a long injury list.
Peterborough v Coventry
POSH are without record signing Ryan Bennett (ankle), while Exodus Geohaghon and Reuben Reid are struggling with knocks. Josh Simpson (thigh) is a major concern, while Mark Little could start.
COVENTRY have major worries over Sammy Clingan (virus), while Richard Wood (hip), David Bell (knee) and Leon Barnett (suspension) are all absent.
Plymouth v Preston
PLYMOUTH have major worries over defender Reda Johnson (groin), but Gary Sawyer (knee) should be fit to return., meaning Chris Barker could switch to a central role.
NORTH END should have Richard Chaplow fit after his groin injury. Paul Coutts is suspended, on-loan Matt James (Achilles) should be fit, but Danny Welbeck (knee) is unlikely to be ready.
QPR v West Brom
New boss Neil Warnock has concerns over Lee Cook (cold), Matt Connolly (ankle) and Kaspars Gorkss (knock). Tamas Priskin (groin) and Marcus Bent (hamstring) should be fit, while Gavin Mahon and Martin Rowlands (knee) are both injured.
The BAGGIES have major worries over Roman Bednar (groin), while Ishmael Miller (ankle) and Giles Barnes (Achilles) could feature.
Sheff Wed v Leicester
OWLS’ skipper Darren Purse (hamstring) could return, while Jermaine Johnson and Francis Jeffers may be fit after hamstring injuries. Lewis Buxton has a hamstring problem.
LEICESTER could remain unchanged from the side which beat Forest, with Ryan McGivern, Alex Bruce, Nicky Adams, Nol Solano, Steve Howard, Yann Kermorgant and Dany N’Guessan pushing for inclusion.
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