Bristol City and Reading are joint leaders of Sky Bet Championship as the pair continue to enjoy unbeaten starts to this season, whilst two relegated and promoted teams respectively collided this weekend.
Bournemouth welcome Norwich City to the Vitaly Stadium in a huge Championship clash between two teams relegated from the Premier League last season.
Millwall welcome Brentford to The Den in the first local derby of the 2020-21 Championship season.
Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest meet at the John Smith Stadium in Friday Night Football from Sky Bet Championship, as both teams look to pick up their first win of 2020-21 season.
Reading seized top spot on an eventful second weekend of 2020-21 Sky Bet Championship season, whilst Middlesbrough and Norwich were allowed fans in as part of a fan pilot scheme.
After an opening weekend draw, Stoke City look to record their first league win of 2020-21 season as they welcome Bristol City to BET365 Stadium.
Nottingham Forest welcome Cardiff City to the City Ground as both teams look to kick-start their seasons after suffering opening weekend defeats.
Coventry City welcome Championship leaders, QPR to St Andrews’ Stadium in the opening match of the second weekend of 2020-21 Sky Bet Championship season.
English Football League (EFL) have announced seven matches from across this weekend’s Sky Bet Championship plus Leagues One and Two will be permitted spectators, as part of a pilot scheme to return fans to stadiums.
This weekend saw the 2020-21 Sky Bet Championship get underway as QPR and Reading moved joint top after the opening round of matches.
With the start of 2020-21 Sky Bet Championship season just hours away, we take a look at three huge questions surrounding various clubs this season.
Watford kick off the 2020-21 Sky Bet Championship season with a tasty home tie against Middlesbrough at Vicarage Road in Friday Night Football, as the Hornets return to the second tier after relegation from Premier League in July.
EFL have announced full details on key dates throughout the upcoming 2020-21 season, with league fixtures released on Friday 21 August.
368 days after the 2019-20 Championship season began, Brentford and Fulham do battle in the Play-Off Final at Wembley for a spot in next season’s Premier League.