Championship preview: Huddersfield to take derby spoils against Leeds United

Michael Holden of Best of the Bets picks out some of the weekend's key fixtures and offers his expert advice

Ashley Chambers of York

League Two preview: York value to bounce back

It's only a small card in League Two on Saturday with 13 out of 24 clubs still involved in the FA Cup but the section has nonetheless managed to throw up a couple of value bets good enough to grace any weekend preview.

Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony backs sanction against players

Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony has backed manager Darren Ferguson's decision to fine and transfer-list four players following a breach of club discipline.

Matej Vydra of Watford

Championship preview: Hornets to compound Elland Road frustration

Life at Leeds United isn't quite shaping up to be how Neil Warnock imagined it when he accpeted Ken Bates' offer to come back into management last February and we fancy in-form Watford to compound the increasing frustration around Elland Road on Saturday. Take the 13/8 available on Watford (draw no bet).

Ian Holloway

Ian Holloway targets swift promotion with Crystal Palace

Ian Holloway takes charge of Crystal Palace for the first time against Ipswich at Selhurst Park tonight hoping to recreate the magic that swept his former club Blackpool into the Barclays Premier League.

Bradley Johnson headed in the only goal for Norwich

Match Report: Pulis calls for new diving rules after Johnson’s winner

Norwich City 1 Stoke City 0

Crystal Palace manager Dougie Freedman

Dougie Freedman relishing Bolton chance

Bolton begin a new era tomorrow, although new manager Dougie Freedman could have had easier baptisms than a trip to in-form Middlesbrough.

Sides in the top two divisions must have all-seater stadiums

Aston Villa offer to trial standing areas for supporters

Aston Villa have become the first Premier League club to publicly back a new campaign for trials of standing areas for fans in top-flight and Championship matches.

Fulham defender Matthew Briggs

Fulham left-back Matthew Briggs joins Bristol City on loan

Fulham left-back Matthew Briggs has joined Bristol City in a one-month loan deal.

Championship round-up: Leicester lead the way again

Leicester City consolidated their position at the top of the Championship last night with a 1-0 win over Brighton. Andy King's 10th-minute goal earned a sixth win in seven games for Nigel Pearson's side.

Ipswich manager Paul Jewell

Paul Jewell ready to fight on as Ipswich manager

Ipswich boss Paul Jewell admits his future is still very much in the balance as he prepares to lead his struggling side into tonight's npower Championship clash with former employers Derby at Portman Road.

Owen Coyle has paid the price for Bolton’s poor start

Alan Curbishley and Phil Brown in frame for Bolton job following Owen Coyle's departure

Experienced duo could pair up to rescue Wanderers following Coyle's sacking

Football League referee Dean Mohareb arrested over hacking claim

A Football League referee has been arrested on suspicion of computer hacking.

Brian McDermott backed the decision to postpone the match

Brian McDermott wants to repay Reading fans in tonight's Capital One Cup tie against Peterborough

Reading boss Brian McDermott wants to repay fans in tonight's Capital One Cup tie against Peterborough after Saturday's trip to Sunderland was rained off.

Comeback kid: Watford striker Matej Vydra celebrates his late winner

League round-up: Zola eyes promotion after win

Matej Vydra scored an injury-time winner as Watford came from behind to beat Crystal Palace 3-2 at Selhurst Park, in Gianfranco Zola's first league game in charge.

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