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Boxing Day means one thing, football, and lots of it. As always there’s a complete fixture list in the Championship with all 24 teams in action.
Leeds top the table at Christmas and look good value for automatic promotion after opening up a six point gap over 3rd place West Brom. The league leaders entertain Blackburn Rovers who are without a win in three games, but will be looking for a league double over Biesla’s side after picking up all three points in the reverse fixture. Leeds are 8/13, the draw 3/1 and Rovers 11/2.
Sheffield United host Derby County in one of the stand out fixtures. Just a point separates the two promotion hopefuls with both sides looking to end a run of two games without a win. The Blades are 6/5, the draw is 13/5 and Derby are 12/5.
Unbeaten in ten, Stoke travel to Birmingham four points adrift of the playoffs. In fact, both sides are level on points, so this should be a cracker. Despite home advantage Birmingham are outsiders at 9/5 while Stoke are available at 13/8.
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West Brom head into their clash with Wigan unbeaten in seven. The Baggies occupy third spot, six points adrift of top spot, and look good value to bag all three points against a Wigan said looking to avoid a fourth successive defeat. West Brom are 4/7 while Wigan can be backed at 5/1 to land a shock victory.
Norwich kept up the pressure on Leeds with victory over Blackburn last time out and they host a Forest side without a goal in three games. The Canaries are 19/20 to record another victory.
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At the other end of the table Bolton and Rotherham go head to head in a relegation six pointer. Both sides are in terrible form so something is going to have to give at the Macron. The draw is 11/5.
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Elsewhere Boro host Sheffield Wednesday, Bristol City face Brentford, Millwall entertain Reading, Preston take on Hull, rock bottom Ipswich travel to QPR and Aston Villa will be looking to bounce back against Swansea.