Leeds United edged past West Bromwich Albion earlier in the season. (Pic: Getty)

Ex-West Brom star makes bold claims that concerns Leeds United, Middlesbrough chief hits back at sack rumours, Hull City a one-man team? - Championship preview

Championship clubs compete in key fixtures this weekend with movement expected at the top and bottom of the table.

As ever, with some key games to watch out for, we preview the main talking points ahead of this weekend's Championship fixture list. Scroll and click through the pages:

Luton were hit with a major blow following the news that Izzy Brown is sidelined for 10 weeks. The Hatters will have put that behind them quickly, though and focus on Wigan, who are just one point below them in the table.

1. Relegation six-pointer at Kenilworth Road?

Luton were hit with a major blow following the news that Izzy Brown is sidelined for 10 weeks. The Hatters will have put that behind them quickly, though and focus on Wigan, who are just one point below them in the table.
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With Sabri Lamouchis men travelling to Millwall in the Friday night game, a win would put Forest five points behind the top two. Indeed, Millwall have lost just once to Forest in 11 league home games. Tough ask?

2. Nottingham Forest can get closer to top two

With Sabri Lamouchis men travelling to Millwall in the Friday night game, a win would put Forest five points behind the top two. Indeed, Millwall have lost just once to Forest in 11 league home games. Tough ask?
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Scott Parkers men are hot on the tails of West Brom and Leeds but face a difficult home tie vs 5th place Bristol City. Lee Johnson warned the hosts that the Robins will be better than what they were against the current top two.

3. Can Fulham keep the pressure on?

Scott Parkers men are hot on the tails of West Brom and Leeds but face a difficult home tie vs 5th place Bristol City. Lee Johnson warned the hosts that the Robins will be better than what they were against the current top two.
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Stoke City midfielder Sam Clucas believes stopping former teammate Jarrod Bowen holds the key to the relegation-threatened Potters earning a result against one of the leagues in-form sides.

4. Hull City = one man team?

Stoke City midfielder Sam Clucas believes stopping former teammate Jarrod Bowen holds the key to the relegation-threatened Potters earning a result against one of the leagues in-form sides.
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