Team news: Huddersfield Town, Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday; Barnsley, Doncaster Rovers, Sheffield United v Bradford City; York City

The Yorkshire derby between Sheffield United and Bradford City highlights a weekend in which relegation battlers Hull City and Rotherham United have to watch and pray no rivals take advantage of their inactivity. Log on here for team news from your club.

Sheffield United and Bradford City meet at Bramall Lane.

All matches 3pm unless stated


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Bournemouth v Sheffield Wednesday

Team news: Lewis McGugan and Sam Hutchinson, who have both been suffering from a virus, will be checked. Will Keane (ankle) is still out, along with Glenn Loovens, Joe Mattock, Liam Palmer and Claude Dielna.

Charlton v Leeds United

Team news: Lewis Cook will again remain on the sidelines for the trip to the capital with ankle ligament damage, while Zan Benedici (knee) and Aidy White (foot) are both out. Rodolph Austin, though, is back after serving a three-game ban following his dismissal in the Easter defeat to Blackburn Rovers.

Huddersfield Town v Derby County

Team news: Harry Bunn has returned to training but James Vaughan (knee) is a major doubt.

League One

Barnsley v Peterborough

Team news: Paul Digby and George Maris are in contention for the Reds. Dale Jennings is out for the season, along with Ross Turnbull. George Waring and Jean-Yves M’Voto are sidelined.

Doncaster Rovers v Fleetwood

Team news: Paul Keegan (knee) is missing. Nathan Tyson (knee) will be assessed, with Luke McCullough (calf) a doubt.

Sheffield United v Bradford City

Team news: Sheffield United are missing Ryan Flynn (hamstring), but hope Steve Davies will be okay. For Bradford, Andrew Davies will again be missing but the defender’s hamstring injury – which has kept him out since the early minutes of the March 28 win over Oldham – is improving and he may yet return before the season’s end.

League Two

Shrewsbury Town v York City

Team news: An ankle injury is likely to keep Luke Summerfield out against his former club, potentially allowing either Tom Platt or Lewis Montrose to step in. Michael Ingham is again likely to continue in goal after an impressive series of displays since replacing Bobby Olejnik following his dismissal in the first half at Mansfield Town.