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Burnley v West Ham preview
Burnley ended a poor run with victory against Watford at the weekend, and manager Steve Cotterill will be looking to pick up a second home win of the week when West Ham arrive at Turf Moor on Tuesday.
West Ham will be looking to reinforce their hopes of sealing a play-off spot, but do have injury concerns going into the game.
Malky Mackay and Christian Dailly are both ruled out, but Carl Fletcher is available after being rested.
Matt Etherington could return after a knee injury.
Burnley may recall Jean Louis Valois to the starting line-up after he scored at the weekend, and Tony Grant may also return after being shifted to the substitutes' bench against Watford because of a minor groin problem.

Crewe v Derby preview
Derby boss George Burley will be urging his side to get their promotion push back on track as they travel to Crewe on Tuesday night.
Defeat at Ipswich at the weekend put a dent in their bid for a play-off berth but The Rams could be boosted with the return of influential defender Michael Johnson.
The big stopper has been sidelined since mid-February after suffering medial ligament damage but is now set for a recall - with team-mate Mo Konjic still out with a stomach strain.
Veteran midfielder Ian Taylor and Marco Reich join Konjic in the stands with thigh and ankle problems respectively.
Richard Jackson is another likely absentee with a groin strain, while shot-stopper Lee Grant and midfielder Paul Boertien join him in a congested treatment room.
Crewe boss Dario Gradi could be forgiven for looking nervous between now and the season's close and he will have to manage without the services of promising starlet Billy Jones (dead leg) on Tuesday.
Jones joins Stephen Foster on the sidelines but Gradi is able to welcome back goalkeeper Stuart Tomlinson - who is likely to have to content himself with a place on the bench.

Ipswich v Rotherham preview
Ipswich have the chance to put struggling Rotherham out of their prolonged misery, as the visitors could be relegated if they lose at Portman Road.
The Millers have endured a terrible season to date, although caretaker boss Alan Knill will be looking for his side to put in a fighting display as they make the trip to the promotion chasers with a full squad.
Midfielder Michael Keane should return from an arm injury sustained in Saturday's 2-1 victory at Stoke, whilst striker Will Hoskins should also be fit after being on the receiving end of the tackle that earned Stoke stopper Michael Duberry a red card.
Ipswich manager Joe Royle has already announced that he also expects to name an unchanged side as he looks to steal a march on joint-second placed Wigan.
The Tractor Boys have slipped up recently in the bid for automatic promotion, but will be looking to build on Saturday's 3-2 victory over Derby.
Drissa Diallo will still miss out with a long term hamstring injury, although the former Burnley defender is expected to return to training this week.

Leeds v Sheff Utd preview
Leeds United will be looking to exact revenge on Sheffield United following three straight defeats to The Blades.
The Whites have struggled at Bramall Lane but have the chance to make amends at Elland Road on Tuesday evening.
Neil Warnock's men have not played at Leeds since 1993 with the home scorers on that day Gary McAllister and Gordon Strachan.
Kevin Blackwell has doubts over striker Rob Hulse and defender Gary Kelly for the Yorkshire derby.
Hulse had a bout of cramp in Leeds' 1-1 draw with Wolves at the weekend while Kelly is still recovering from tonsilitis.
Midfielder Sean Gregan is back following a two-match ban while David Healy and Gylfi Einarsson could start after coming off the bench against Wolves.
The Blades' leading scorer Andy Gray returns to Leeds for the first time although Andy Liddell is struggling with an ankle strain.
Sheffield will be keen to claim all three points at Leeds, with a win giving the side the chance to climb into fifth in The Championship.

Leicester v Wolves preview
The Championship's draw specialists face each other as Glenn Hoddle's Wolves travel to Leicester City.
The two mid-table outfits have played out 36 stalemates between them so far this season, although The Foxes may be most motivated to snatch a win to allay lingering fears of relegation.
Craig Levein will welcome back Greek stopper Nikos Dabizas to the Leicester squad, although 17-year-old defender Richard Stearman will miss out after recent good form due to an ankle injury.
On-loan Southampton full back Darren Kenton will also miss the tie after contracting mumps, and may see his spell at The Walkers Stadium ended due to the problem.
Wolves also face injury problems, as club captain and influential midfielder Paul Ince faces a late fitness test after picking up a knee knock in Saturday's game against Leeds.
Mark Kennedy is also struggling with an ankle problem, whilst Carl Cort and Rob Edwards are both doubtful with back injuries.
Midfielder Keith Andrews will definitely not feature

Plymouth v Watford preview
Plymouth host Watford in what could be a decisive match in determining the destination of The Championship's relegation spots.
Hornets boss Adrian Boothroyd takes charge of only his second competitive match against the team who are neck-and-neck with his side in the table, with both clubs just two points away from the relegation zone.
Boothroyd could hand Danny Cullip his debut after the stopper joined from Sheffield United on transfer deadline day.
Heidar Helguson could also return to partner Bruce Dyer upfront, whilst Sean Dyche and Paul Devlin are both ruled out.
Bobby Williamson could welcome back Bjarni Gudjonsson, although Tony Capaldi will be ready to step in should the Icelandic striker fail a late fitness test.
Fellow forward Lee Hodges is also doubtful with a back problem as Argyle look to record their first win in four games.

Preston v Brighton preview
Preston North End will be hoping to cement their play-off spot against Brighton at Deepdale.
The Lilywhites look good to make this year's play-offs and can solidify fourth spot against lowly Brighton on Tuesday evening.
Brighton are just one point clear of third from bottom Gillingham and must end their run of five consecutive Championship defeats if they are to keep their heads above water.
Preston have no fresh injury worries from their late draw against The Gills at the weekend with only Andy Lonergan and Eric Skora still on the sidelines.
The clash against The Seagulls is Dickson Etuhu's last of a four-game ban. He will be available to face Rotherham at the weekend.
Brighton are boosted by the return of Richard Carpenter following a two-game suspension and he could replace Dean Hammond.
The contest is Leon Knight's last before his two-match suspension starts.

QPR v Gillingham preview
QPR will look to put pressure on the promotion pack by taking maximum returns from a home clash with Gillingham.
However, Stan Ternent's strugglers have picked up of late and will not be be easy opposition as they look to retain their Championship status.
Hoops chief Ian Holloway will have to make do without the services of Martin Rowlands and Dean Sturridge - who both picked up knocks at the weekend.
Midfielder Rowlands is out with a knee injury, while debutant Sturridge - who made his home bow as a substitute for Rowlands - was forced off after damaging a sciatic nerve in his right leg.
Defender Matthew Rose (ankle) is again unlikely to figure, while former Manchester City full back Richard Edghill (mumps) is a definite absentee.
Injury to Sturridge could mean Adam Miller or Jamie Cureton will be handed a rare opportunity to impress.
The struggling Gills could welcome back Alan Pouton after a back injury but Ternent is likely to name an unchanged starting line-up to that which earned a credible point at in-form Preston on Saturday.

Stoke v Cardiff preview
Stoke boss Tony Pulis will be demanding extra exertions from his players against Cardiff after a miserable weekend defeat to Rotherham.
Anything but maximum spoils is likely to extinguish Stoke's promotion hopes, whilst Cardiff are battling to remain in The Championship.
Lennie Lawrence's charges are only out of the drop zone courtesy of goal difference, as an improving Gillingham side continue to make ground on their Welsh counterparts.
The Bluebirds could recall full back Darren Williams as a replacement for Rhys Weston, while there could be a debut for on-loan hit-man Michael Boulding, who arrived at Ninian Park from Barnsley.
Defender Gary Croft (knee) and striker Andy Campbell (calf) will miss out with long-term knocks.
Stoke will be missing new boy Michael Duberry as he serves a one-match suspension following a dismissal at the weekend and this could be compounded if skipper Clive Clarke fails to recover from an ankle injury.
John Eustace has recently had surgery on his knee and misses out, along with John Halls (back) and striker Chris Greenacre (virus).

Reading v Millwall preview
Reading are waiting on injury news ahead of their game against Millwall.
Glen Little has returned to training and should play after his groin injury.
Bobby Convey is on his way back to England after an allergic reaction to the Astroturf surface he was playing on whilst on international duty for the USA - but is unlikely to feature.
For Millwall, player-manager Dennis Wise is ruled out with a thigh problem - joining Paul Ifil and Kevin Muscat on the sidelines.
Barry Hayles is also a major doubt after failing to recover from an ankle injury.
Alan Dunn's ankle injury means that he will miss out.

Barnsley v Wrexham
Barnsley defender Tom Williams has been ruled out of the game with Wrexham because of an ankle problem.
Paul Reid could return to the starting line-up after missing out recently with a foot injury and Matt Carbon is expected to be on the bench.

Relegation-threatened Wrexham are boosted by the return of midfielder Darren Ferguson from suspension.

Danny Williams is still missing with a back injury and Simon Spender remains sidelined with a serious ankle injury

Bristol City v Bournemouth
Bristol City striker Leroy Lita is fighting to shake off an ankle injury he aggravated against Port Vale.
Paul Heffernan, who replaced Lita and scored City's second in the 2-0 win, is on standby should Lita fail to recover.

Bournemouth manager Sean O'Driscoll is set to name an unchanged side for the trip to Bristol.

Shaun Maher is suspended, skipper Karl Broadhurst (hernia) is still out but on-loan Arsenal defender Frankie Simek is poised to continue in defence.

Hartlepool v Peterborough Hartlepool striker Eifion Williams remains on the sidelines with a leg injury, while Jack Ross (ankle) and Mark Tinkler (calf).
John Brackstone has not yet recovered from the throat infection that has kept him out of action and Darrell Clarke is short of match fitness.

Peterborough midfielder Curtis Woodhouse is struggling to recover from an ankle injury.

Posh are already without a host of first-team regulars.

Liverpool v Juventus

Milan Baros returns to Liverpool's line-up for the Champions League quarter-final first leg with Juventus.
The Czech striker is serving a domestic ban but can play in Europe, while Xabi Alonso is set to make the bench after three months out with a broken ankle.

Dietmar Hamann is set to miss out (knee) and Fernando Morientes and Mauricio Pellegrino are cup-tied, so defender Sami Hyypia will return.

Juventus striker David Trezeguet is doubtful with an ankle injury.

Liverpool (from): Dudek, Finnan, Carragher, Hyypia, Traore, Luis Garcia, Gerrard, Biscan, Riise, Nunez, Smicer, Baros, Carson, Welsh, Potter, Le Tallec, Warnock, Raven, Alonso.

Lyon v PSV

Lyon will be at full strength for the Champions League quarter-final first leg against PSV Eindhoven.
The French champions have the luxury of a suspension and injury-free squad, having also rested strikers Sylvain Wiltord and Sydney Govou at the weekend.

PSV Eindhoven will have almost their first-choice team for the tie too.

PSV coach Guus Hiddink is only missing midfielder John de Jong, sidelined with a knee ligament injury.

Lyon (from): Coupet, Reveillere, Cris, Cacapa, Abidal; Juninho, Essien, Diarra, Malouda, Wiltord, Govou.

PSV Eindhoven (from): Da Silva Gomes, Ooijer, Da Dias Costa, Bouma, Young-Pyo Lee, Mark van Bommel, Vogel, Cocu, Ji-Sung Park, Vennegoor of Hesselink, Farfan. (BBC, Sky-Sport)
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