Leeds United hit Reading for three when they visited the Madejski Stadium last season
As ever, with some key games to watch out for, we preview the main talking points ahead of the midweek Championship fixture list. Scroll and click through the pages:
Cardiff City and Stoke City clash in Wales - both clubs who have undergone different transformations in recent weeks with the appointment of Neil Harris and Michael ONell, respectively.
Its now 10 games since Middlesbrough last tasted victory and face a massive game against bottom-of-the-table Barnsley. Win, and they go eight points clear of the Tykes. Lose and just two points separate the pair.
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While Nottingham Forest need a result to maintain their position in the play-offs, much of the focus on the game has been on the return of QPR manager Mark Warburton to his old club, who admitted he was angry at his sacking.
Swans boss Steve Cooper will undoubtedly be demanding a reaction from his players after the 1-0 home defeat at Millwall on Saturday was their fourth at the Liberty Stadium this season.
Aboubakar Kamara held the fort in Aleksandar Mitrovics absence on Saturday with his brace securing a 2-1 win over QPR. Will he retain his place? Will Mitro come straight back? Or will the two play together?
Last month saw Neil linked with the Stoke City managerial vacancy and now pundit Chris Sutton has called on Everton to appoint the 38-year-old. Lets hope it doesnt prove as a distraction for the 3rd place side.
Despite already playing the likes of Leeds, Swansea and Preston, the Bristol City boss believes a trip to the Hawthorns is his sides toughest test of the campaign on Wednesday evening.
With Liam Palmer banned and Keiren Westwood under the spotlight for another costly mistake - who will Monk go with at his former club Birmingham? Indeed it could mean a long-awaited return for club captain Tom Lees.
Leeds will go top if they win at the Madejski with West Brom not playing until Wednesday, however Reading boss Mark Bowen has issued a warning - insisting his boys will be up for it, no doubt.''
Marcelo Bielsa admitted Liam Cooper will be given the chance to prove his fitness and start against Reading - and Noel Whelan has suggested Berardi should be dropped after believing he was torn apart at Luton.