Round 4 of the Skybet Championship promises some seriously entertaining football action as teams strive to get into a stride in a bid to stand a chance of playing in the Premier League next season.
Wolves vs Cardiff
Wolves will hope they make most of home advantage when they face a strong Cardiff City team on Saturday at the Molineux. Kenny Jackett has a good mix of youngsters and former Premier League players at his disposal. The likes of Kevin Doyle and Jamie O’Hara will be major threats in the Wolves ranks. Kenwyne Jones however has been scoring with relative ease in the Championship so far. He has 3 goals in as many games and if Richard Stearman and company do not keep a close eye on him you can be certain that he will find the back of the net.
Huddersfield vs Charlton Athletic
Huddersfield will head into the game against high fliers Charlton Athletic knowing they have their task cut out. Following a draw in their first outing this season, Charlton have won their previous two games. Igor Vetokele has been the in form man for the team in red and white whereas Conor Coady will have to be at his imperious best in the centre of midfield to prevent Charlton creating too many chances.
Ipswich vs Norwich
Ipswich Town have made a mixed beginning to their season and will have to find some consistency if they want to have a shot at Premier League football next season. Christophe Berra has been their unlikely goal scorer so far and the strikers will need to find the goals against Norwich. Having lost Leroy Fer who was arguably one of the Norwich side’s best players in the previous season will be a sickening blow but they cannot afford to dwell on it too much. Gary Hooper and Luciano Becchio have to start firing on all cylinders for them to have a successful season in 2014/15.
Blackburn vs Bournemouth
Brentford vs Birmingham
Brighton vs Bolton
Derby vs Fulham
Middlesbrough vs Sheffield Wednesday
Millwall vs Rotherham
Nottingham Forest vs Reading
Watford vs Leeds
Wigan vs Blackpool