We look ahead to the midweek action in the Sky Bet Championship.Tuesday 30th September 2014
Brighton & Hove Albion v Cardiff City
The Seagulls (17th - 9 points): Picked up a valuable point in a 0-0 draw at Nottingham Forest at the weekend. They haven't won in the Sky Bet Championship for five matches, since they beat Bolton 2-1 at the Amex back in August.
The Bluebirds (15th - 12 points): Ended a five-match winless run by beating Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 on Saturday. Appointed Russell Slade on a consultancy basis on Monday. Cardiff are yet to win on the road, drawing three of their four away matches.
Battle of the birds: These sides are closely matched in the history of this fixture, with Brighton taking 22 wins to date, to Cardiff's 21, alongside 18 draws.
Derby County v Bournemouth
The Rams (6th - 16 points): Won 2-0 away to Bolton last time out, taking their unbeaten league run to six games - a sequence that has seem them enter the Play-Off places for the first time this season. They've lost just twice at the iPro in the league in 2014.
The Cherries (14th - 12 points): Overcame Wigan 2-0 last time out for their first three points in six. They've not struggled for goals on the road, with eight in four away matches.
Cherry picking: Derby County have won three of their last four games against Bournemouth, conceding just once in that period.
Middlesbrough v Blackpool
Boro (7th - 16 points): Drew 0-0 with Charlton Athletic at the weekend – their first draw of the season – which came after three consecutive league victories. Albert Adomah was sent off at Charlton so will miss this match.
The Tangerines: Lost 3-1 at home to top-of the table Norwich City on Saturday, despite taking an early lead at Bloomfield Road. They are now the only side in the entire Football League not to record a victory this season.
Goal-shy: Blackpool have scored just four goals this term. Only one of them has come on the road.
Millwall v Birmingham City
The Lions (16th - 11 points): The 2-1 weekend defeat to Middlesbrough was the latest chapter in what has been a miserable month for Millwall, having taken just one point from a possible 12 during September.
The Blues (21st - 7 points): Lost 2-1 at home to Fulham on Saturday, meaning they are now without a win in eight in all competitions. They haven't won on the road so far but have overcome the Lions 20 times, compared to Millwall's nine victories in this encounter.
Goals galore: 35 goals have been scored over the last eight clashes between these two.
Norwich City v Charlton Athletic
The Canaries (1st - 20 points): Came from behind to beat bottom-of-the-table Blackpool 3-1 on Saturday, moving them to the summit of the Sky Bet Championship table. Have dropped just seven points all season, and haven't lost since the opening day.
The Addicks (8th - 15 points): The division's draw specialists were held to a 0-0 stalemate by Middlesbrough at the weekend. They have now drawn six times this season with five coming in their last six outings and remain unbeaten.