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Live Reporting

By Rob Stevens and Matt Newsum

All times stated are UK

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  1. Big night for the Blades' skipper

    Birmingham v Sheff Utd (19:45 BST)

    Billiy Sharp is having some season up front for Sheffield United.

    The 33-year-old, who is in his third spell with his hometown club, has 23 league goals in 2018-19.

    And, after becoming the leading goalscorer in English league football this century back in January, he reaches another milestone tonight...

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  2. Blues have concerns as Blades chase the dream

    Birmingham v Sheffield Utd (19:45 BST)

    Billy Sharp and Scott Hogan

    Birmingham City still have work to do after suffering a nine-point penalty for breaching Financial Fair Play rules.

    The Blues start the evening five points above the relegation zone, although boss Garry Monk remains optimistic his side will avoid the drop.

    Sheffield United are still chasing automatic promotion as the Blades look to end their 12-year exile from the Premier League.

    Chris Wilder's men need a win to move back above Leeds and keep their destiny in their own hands and, with seven victories in their past nine, will no doubt be confident of getting one.

  3. Norwich edging closer to promotion

    Norwich v Reading (19:45 BST)

    Daniel Farke

    Championship leaders Norwich are at the stage where they can count down the points they need until promotion.

    After Leeds United won on Tuesday, the magic number remains at a maximum of 11 points from six games.

    And, having won their past eight games, the Canaries look like they will gather the points up comfortably.

    Struggling Reading, who are one point above the relegation zone and have one win in four, are the visitors to Carrow Road tonight.

    With relegation rivals Rotherham, Millwall and Wigan all in action tonight, the Royals will be desperate for anything they can get from Daniel Farke's side.

  4. How it stands

    Room at the top, tight at the bottom

    Before we get into the thick of tonight's Championship action, a recap of where last night's results have left us.

    Leeds moved back up to second courtesy of a 2-0 win at Preston, while Bristol City held on to beat West Brom 3-2 and go to fifth.

    Middlesbrough are two points off the play-offs after ending a six-match losing streak at Bolton, while Derby County missed the chance to move level on points with sixth-placed Aston Villa as they lost at Blackburn.

    Top of the Championship

    At the bottom, Bolton's defeat means Wanderers are even closer to slipping through the relegation trapdoor.

    With the rest of the bottom six playing this evening, the picture could be even more grim for Phil Parkinson's side come 10pm.

    Ipswich, meanwhile, will be relegated if they lose at Brentford and Wigan, Millwall and Reading all pick up three points.

    Bottom of the Championship
  5. Welcome


    The business end of the Championship season is pretty much upon us and tonight may prove to be the start of working out who will be in the second tier next season.

    Norwich City seem to be on track for promotion to the Premier League and Sheffield United are also chasing automatic promotion,

    But five of the bottom six are in action this evening and Ipswich Town, who have been propping up the division since late October, could have their relegation confirmed this evening.

    You know the drill - stick with us and we'll bring you each and every goal as they go in.

    Neil Harris mural at The Den