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Leeds United star wants Wigan revenge, Huddersfield chief under pressure? Barnsley face early six-pointer - Championship weekend preview

In a blink of an eye, it's matchday three in the Championship this weekend as clubs look to begin the season in the best possible manner.

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

The Bluebirds fell to a shock defeat to Wigan on the opening day, though bounced back with a last-minute winner against Luton. Neil Warnock will be hoping that is the start of their promotion push. Reading, wont.

1. Reading v Cardiff City

The Bluebirds fell to a shock defeat to Wigan on the opening day, though bounced back with a last-minute winner against Luton. Neil Warnock will be hoping that is the start of their promotion push. Reading, wont.
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This could prove to be an early-season six-pointer - if the table shapes up as predicted. The Addicks could fieldl their latest signing with Erhun Oztumer joining on Friday morning from Bolton on a free transfer.

2. Barnsley v Charlton Athletic

This could prove to be an early-season six-pointer - if the table shapes up as predicted. The Addicks could fieldl their latest signing with Erhun Oztumer joining on Friday morning from Bolton on a free transfer.
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Rocked by the news of Jay Dasilvas five-month absence due to a leg injury, Robins manager Lee Johnson spoke of his big loss on and off the field. Advantage Queens Park Rangers?

3. Bristol City v QPR

Rocked by the news of Jay Dasilvas five-month absence due to a leg injury, Robins manager Lee Johnson spoke of his big loss on and off the field. Advantage Queens Park Rangers?
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Tigers boss Grant McCann is spoilt for choice this weekend with virtually a full squad to choose from. On the other hand, Brentford have lost some keys players this summer, however, hold aspirations of earning a playoff spot.

4. Brentford v Hull City

Tigers boss Grant McCann is spoilt for choice this weekend with virtually a full squad to choose from. On the other hand, Brentford have lost some keys players this summer, however, hold aspirations of earning a playoff spot.
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