The Sky Bet Championship is back after an international break, and it sees a full schedule take place over three days.Bristol City and Nottingham Forest get things started on Friday night, while Derby County and Wolverhampton Wanderers will conclude the weekend action on Sunday afternoon.
Here are the weekend's Sky Bet Championship fixtures (3pm kick-off unless stated):
Friday 16th October
Bristol City v Nottingham Forest (7:45pm – live on Sky Sports)
Saturday 17th October
Birmingham City v Queens Park Rangers
Brentford v Rotherham United
Burnley v Bolton Wanderers
Ipswich Town v Huddersfield Town
Leeds United v Brighton & Hove Albion
Middlesbrough v Fulham
Milton Keynes Dons v Blackburn Rovers
Preston North End v Cardiff City
Reading v Charlton Athletic
Sheffield Wednesday v Hull City (12:30pm – live on Sky Sports)
Sunday 18th October
Derby County v Wolverhampton Wanderers (1:15pm – live on Sky Sports)
Steve Cotterill takes charge of his 100th Bristol City match this weekend, and the landmark game against the manager's former employers Forest will be shown in front of the Sky Sports cameras in a 7:45pm kick-off.
Read more: Live on Sky Sports: Bristol City v Nottingham Forest
Live Sky Bet Championship coverage continues on Saturday lunchtime when Sheffield Wednesday take on Hull at Hillsborough, before nine more fixtures get under way at 3pm.
Among them is Rotherham's trip to Brentford in a match which will see manager Neil Redfearn lead out the Millers for the first time.
One place below Rotherham are Bolton, and Neil Lennon and his men will make the short trip to a Burnley side who have suffered just one defeat in their last seven.
Brighton still possess the only unbeaten record in The Football League - the table-toppers go to Leeds, where they have won on three of their last four visits.
There's a first Football League meeting between Milton Keynes and Blackburn, although the Dons did defeat Rovers in the Capital One Cup in 2012, while Preston face Cardiff for the first time in five years.
Elsewhere, there's a 40th encounter between Reading and Charlton, with the head-to-head honours even at 14 wins apiece.
To conclude the Championship action, Derby and Wolves, who are separated by two points and two places going into Matchday 11, will face off for the 148th time in a 1:15pm kick-off on Sunday, a game also shown live on Sky Sports.
Match official appointments
The officials appointed to this weekend's Football League matches were announced earlier this week.
Click here to see which officials are on duty in the Sky Bet Championship this weekend
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