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Leeds United striker discussed by rivals, Middlesbrough chief under pressure? Barnsley issue warning to West Brom - Championship preview

Our Yorkshire clubs and their Championship rivals face-off in a host of key fixtures on Tuesday and Wednesday 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 the midweek Championship games. Scroll and click through the pages:

A surprise 1-0 defeat to Wigan Athletic stopped Sabri Lamouchis side moving up to second in the Championship. Failure to win tomorrow could see Forest drop out of the play-off places.

1. Nottingham Forest seek quick response

A surprise 1-0 defeat to Wigan Athletic stopped Sabri Lamouchis side moving up to second in the Championship. Failure to win tomorrow could see Forest drop out of the play-off places.
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Occupying 15th in the table isnt exactly the start last seasons play-off finalists had in mind. And after the Rams poor 3-0 hammering at Charlton, midfielder Krystian Bielik is demanding a reaction against Wigan. Will we see it?

2. As are Derby County

Occupying 15th in the table isnt exactly the start last seasons play-off finalists had in mind. And after the Rams poor 3-0 hammering at Charlton, midfielder Krystian Bielik is demanding a reaction against Wigan. Will we see it?
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Despite the medias best efforts, Steve Cooper wasnt in a mood to talk about this weekends derby with Cardiff City. Indeed, he was fairly critical of his players for making silly errors and not building on their good start to the season.

3. Swansea boss in dismissive mood

Despite the medias best efforts, Steve Cooper wasnt in a mood to talk about this weekends derby with Cardiff City. Indeed, he was fairly critical of his players for making silly errors and not building on their good start to the season.
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Middlesbrough slumped to their fourth defeat in five matches against West Brom, leaving Woodgate and co just one-point above the drop zone. Lose to Huddersfield on Wednesday would put Boro in the bottom three

4. Jonathan Woodgate under pressure?

Middlesbrough slumped to their fourth defeat in five matches against West Brom, leaving Woodgate and co just one-point above the drop zone. Lose to Huddersfield on Wednesday would put Boro in the bottom three
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