Hull City visit Leicester in the battle at the bottom of the Premier League while Lee Johnson takes his Barnsley team to former club Oldham. Log on here for team news from all Yorkshire’s clubs.
All matches Saturday 3pm unless stated.
Leicester City v Hull City
Team news: Mohamed Diame returns to training next week after almost three months out with a knee injury so will not feature at the KP. Liam Rosenior is also missing but his return is imminent, as is the case with James Chester who has been out with a dislocated shoulder since the West Ham loss in mid-January.
Birmingham v Huddersfield Town
Team news: Nahki Wells misses out again with a shoulder injury sustained against Reading last month but the club’s top scorer may be back to face Norwich on Tuesday. Harry Bunn, however, should be fit after recovering from a hamstring strain.
Leeds United v Nottingham Forest
Team news: Sam Byram is a major doubt with the ankle injury that kept the Academy graduate out of last week’s win at Wigan. Rodolph Austin has been running this week but Neil Redfearn wants to assess his fitness after a thigh strain before deciding if the Jamaican will feature. Liam Cooper is fit.
Middlesbrough v Ipswich Town
Team news: Ryan Fredericks (hamstring) misses out, with Damia Abella and Rhys Williams on the long-term injured list. But key defender Daniel Ayala (thigh) could return.
Rotherham United v Wigan
Team news: The Millers could welcome back Craig Morgan, Danny Ward, Paul Green and Adam Hammill to their squad. Lee Frecklington is suspended.
Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham
Team news: Sam Hutchinson (foot) could feature. Jose Semedo (foot) should be back running in two to three weeks, while Kamil Zayatte (hamstring) could return next week. Sergiu Bus (groin) and Glenn Loovens (ankle) are still sidelined.
Doncaster Rovers v Peterborough
Team news: James Coppinger (ankle) is doubtful for Rovers. Jonson Clarke-Harris is expected to make his debut after signing on loan from Rotherham.
Oldham v Barnsley
Team news: Peter Ramage is back in training, but Paul Digby (ankle) misses out. Ross Turnbull successfully underwent back surgery on Wednesday and is out for the season. Ex-Reds midfielder Jacob Mellis is sidelined for Latics.
Notts County v Bradford City
Team news: Phil Parkinson will ring the changes today with Monday’s FA Cup quarter-final replay in mind. Andrew Davies is likely to be one of those who drop out from the midweek draw at Coventry after damaging his arm during the first half. Gary MacKenzie will come in among the host of expected changes, while Francois Zoko should start up front.
Scunthorpe v Sheffield United
Team news: Ryan Flynn (hamstring) remains a doubt along with Jason Holt (ankle). Mark Howard (back), Terry Kennedy (knee) and Stefan Scougall (knee) are missing. Jay McEveley (shoulder) should be fine.
York City v Carlisle United
Team news: Wes Fletcher is facing six weeks on the sidelines after suffering a hamstring tear in last week’s defeat at AFC Wimbledon. Russ Wilcox still hopes to have the striker, who had netted three times in his last four appearances, back before the end of the season. Jason Kennedy, newly arrived on loan from Bradford, could be in the Carlisle line-up.
For the full previews read Saturday’s The Yorkshire Post.