EFL: Leeds host Reading, Boro face Preston, Norwich visit Hull

Related Video and AudioRTLGot a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummarySix Championship matches from 19:45 GMTTop three – Norwich, Leeds & Boro – all in action23 fixtures across in League One & League TwoMansfield v Crawley postponedReaction to Sol Campbell’s appointment by MacclesfieldCampbell in stands for Macclesfield’s game at ExeterWhich ex-player would you like to see in management? Tweet #bbceflLive ReportingBy Tom Garry and Jay FreemanAll times stated are UKPosted at 19:3919:39Team newsRex FeaturesCopyright: Rex FeaturesFormer Preston striker Jordan Hugill starts for Middlesbrough tonight on his first return to Deepdale.You can find all of tonight’s line-ups here.Posted at 19:3819:38Get Involved via #bbceflWhich ex-player would you like to see in management?Liam Wilson: Woodgate is coming through the ranks, Pulis showing him the ropes, won’t be long before he’s a manager and will likely take over when Pulis leavesJames Burke: I would have liked to see Paul McGrath as a manager, he read the game so well i think he would’ve made a great manager.Jonathan Woodgate would be an interesting choice, Liam! Let us know what ex-player you’d like to see as a manager using #bbcefl.Posted at 19:3619:36Caught shortBrentford v Sheffield United (19:45 GMT)When you’ve gotta go, you’ve gotta go, but fingers crossed Moses Odubajo can hold on when Brentford take on Sheffield United tonight.The full-back had to briefly leave his post to go the toilet in the first half of Saturday’s defeat by Middlesbrough.Maybe the Bees can do a wee bit better this evening.(I’ll get my coat)Brentford FCCopyright: Brentford FCPosted at 19:3319:33Canaries flying highHull v Norwich (19:45 GMT)Championship leaders Norwich are at Hull tonight and bidding for a seventh straight league win.The Canaries, who have scored four in a game for three consecutive matches, are two points clear of second-placed Middlesbrough.Hosts Hull are in a bit of trouble in the relegation zone, a point from safety.Posted at 19:3019:30Get Involved via #bbceflWhich ex-player would you like to see in management?Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesAs we approach kick-off, and in light of Sol Campbell being appointed Macclesfield Town boss, we want to know which ex-player you’d like to see given their first managerial job.Let us know using #bbcefl on social media.Posted at 19:2819:28A role he was born to do?Exeter v Macclesfield (19:45 GMT)Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson knows Sol Campbell quite well, selecting him for two World Cups during his tenure.The Swede says the “football world is open” to Campbell if his time as manager of Macclesfield Town is successful.Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, Eriksson said: “He’s mature, ready to do it and I guess he is born to do that job.”If he does well at Macclesfield, the football world is open to him.”You can read more here.Posted at 19:2619:26Campbell checks inExeter v Macclesfield (19:45 GMT)Posted at 19:2219:22Match postponed at the One Call StadiumMansfield Town P-P Crawley TownTonight’s League Two match between Mansfield Town and Crawley Town has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.So if you’re on your way to that game now, sorry but it’ll be best to turn around and get back in the warm. The game’s off.Posted at 19:2019:20Tuesday’s League Two fixturesAnd here’s tonight’s line-up in League Two:
Bury v Cheltenham Town

Crewe Alexandra v Cambridge United

Exeter City v Macclesfield Town

Forest Green Rovers v Colchester United

Grimsby Town v Tranmere Rovers

Mansfield Town P-P Crawley Town

Milton Keynes Dons v Morecambe

Newport County v Northampton Town

Notts County v Carlisle United

Oldham Athletic v Lincoln City

Swindon Town v Stevenage

Yeovil Town v Port Vale
All kick-offs are 19:45 GMT this evening.Posted at 19:1519:15Tuesday’s League One fixturesElsewhere, we have a full fixture list in the third and fourth tiers, including this set of games in League One this evening:
Accrington Stanley v Wycombe Wanderers

Bristol Rovers v Gillingham

Burton Albion v Charlton Athletic

Doncaster Rovers v Blackpool

Fleetwood Town v Coventry City

Luton Town v Bradford City

Oxford United v Rochdale

Peterborough United v AFC Wimbledon

Portsmouth v Walsall

Shrewsbury Town v Plymouth Argyle

Southend United v Scunthorpe United

Sunderland v Barnsley
All kick-offs are 19:45 GMT.Posted at 19:1319:13Meanwhile, at the bottomOut-of-form Bolton Wanderers take on Sheffield Wednesday, searching for a first win since September.Phil Parkinson’s side have now gone eight games without a win and have slipped sharply down the table.Meanwhile, second-from-bottom Hull City have the unenviable task of welcoming leaders Norwich to the KCOM Stadium.BBC SportCopyright: BBC SportPosted at 19:0919:09Tight at the topBBC SportCopyright: BBC SportGoing into this midweek round of fixtures, it’s still pretty tight at the top of the Championship.League leaders Norwich City travel to out-of-form Hull City and could tighten their grasp on top spot.Of the Championship top six, only West Bromwich Albion and Derby County are playing tomorrow as second-placed Middlesbrough travel to Preston, Leeds host struggling Reading and Sheffield United face Brentford this evening.Posted at 19:0619:06Tuesday’s Championship fixturesJust the six Championship fixtures for us to enjoy this evening. Feast your eyes on tonight’s action:
Brentford v Sheffield United

Hull City v Norwich City

Leeds United v Reading

Preston North End v Middlesbrough

Rotherham United v Queens Park Rangers

Sheffield Wednesday v Bolton Wanderers
All kick-offs are 19:45 GMT tonight.Posted at 19:0319:03Post updateGetty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesAnd then, finally, you’re given your first managerial job.We are of course referring to Sol Campbell being appointed as Macclesfield Town manager earlier today.He won’t be in charge for tonight’s trip to Exeter as the League Two strugglers target a much-needed three points, but we’ll be bringing you all the latest on matters around the English Football League on this busy Tuesday night. So sit back and relax…Posted at 19:0119:01Post updateReutersCopyright: ReutersYears later, you’ve got your coaching badges, your CV is primed and you issue a ‘come and get me’ plea to any interested clubs…Posted at 19:0019:00Post updateGetty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesOne day you’re a player, featuring for some of the biggest teams and representing your country on the world stage…ScoresFilter by section. Currently selected: ChampionshipTuesday 27th November 2018As It StandsFilter by section. Currently selected: Championship
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