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nPower Championship: Game 17

Billy Davies and Colin Warnock go knee to head today, as the Mighty Reds' of Nottingham Forest take on the Landon Spivs of Queens Park Rangers. The Hoops currently sit proudly and triumphantly at the top of the tree in the Championship table and will be hoping to keep their unbeaten run intact, when they come to the City Ground this afternoon. Forest of course have an unbeaten run of their own to look after, having not lost at home in the league for a very impressive 27 games. Although Rangers have never, ever, not once won on our manor, you get the feeling that today is the day when one of those unbeaten runs comes to an end.

Another intriguing game in the Championship today takes place at The Crisp Bowl, where the Bin Robbers of Leicester entertain the Mutton Molesters of Sheepville. Those Rams fans not suffering from vertigo at the moment are pinching themselves in disbelief, as their side sits (for the moment) in 4th spot in the table. Although Leicester have had an indifferent start to the season, they are beginning to pick up a few results under the guidance of ladies man Sven.

Second placed tax dodging Cardiff will be looking to keep the pressure on QPR, when they travel to Scunthorpe. They sit a point behind their Landon rivals, but can at least sleep easy in the knowledge that a defeat will still maintain their position in the table.

Down at the basement, 3rd from bottom Sheffield United face a tough encounter at home to Millwall. The Blunts will be looking to climb out of the relegation zone, with Hull overtaking them last night, thanks to a 2-0 win away at Preston. Bottom of the pile Crystal Palace are 3 points away from safety and will need a good result at home to the high flying chavs of Coventry just to stay in touch. Elsewhere in the division, Leeds take on Brizzle and Swansea face Boro.

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Date:Saturday November 13 2010

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