Championship title race going to the wire

By James Regan

Tonight we see more action from the Championship commence.

There are just two points separating first place Leicester City and third place Leeds United.

Leicester and Leeds play this evening, whereas second place Ipswich will play their game on Wednesday at home to Watford.

The Yorkshire side also have the luxury of playing at home, as they face caretaker Mike Todd’s Sunderland at Ellen Road.

Leeds boss Daniel Farke spoke ahead of their game this evening, “Before their first change in management they were sitting close to the top six. It says a lot about their ambition and where they want to finish.

They can play with freedom without anything to lose”.

Current title leads Leicester travel to The Den in East-London as they take on Millwall, who are still fighting for their spot in the Championship next season.

If The Foxes loose, Leeds could see themselves top of the table, repeating what happened when they managed to beat Millwall themselves 2-0 a few weeks ago.

Millwall v Leicester kicks of at 7:45 with Leeds having a later start time at 8:00.

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