Burnley v Birmingham tonight will mean that every team has played 40 games and it could see the Blues take a five point lead over Cardiff if they win.
Just over a week ago Cardiff drew at Birmingham in a game that the Bluebirds were the better side. Tonight Birmingham could strengthen their grip on 4th place and end any faint hopes that Burnley might have of making a late run to the play offs.
Looking ahead we have an Easter weekend of back to back Championship matches starting on Good Friday and runnng through until Tuesday.
Cardiff are at Middlesbrough on Saturday and at home to Watford on Bank Holiday Monday. The regular season will be completed in less than four weeks. Just where did that time go?
Full fixtures for the next week:
|Tuesday 03rd April 2012|
|Friday 06th April 2012|
|Burnley||v||Brighton and Hove Albion||15:00|
|Barnsley||v||West Ham United||17:15|
|Saturday 07th April 2012|
|Birmingham City||v||Crystal Palace||15:00|
|Coventry City||v||Peterborough United||15:00|
|Derby County||v||Ipswich Town||15:00|
|Leicester City||v||Doncaster Rovers||15:00|
|Nottingham Forest||v||Bristol City||17:20|
|Monday 09th April 2012|
|Bristol City||v||Coventry City||15:00|
|Ipswich Town||v||Leicester City||15:00|
|Leeds United||v||Derby County||15:00|
|Peterborough United||v||Nottingham Forest||15:00|
|West Ham United||v||Birmingham City||17:20|
|Tuesday 10th April 2012|
|Brighton and Hove Albion||v||Reading||19:45|