All matches 3pm unless stated.
Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers (12:15)
Wade Elliott is unavailable for Birmingham's home clash with struggling Bolton.
The midfielder is currently nursing a calf problem and is expected to return to Lee Clark's plans after the international break.
Other than the former Burnley man and long-term knee-injury victim Neal Eardley, boss Clark has a clean bill of health as the Blues go in search of their third consecutive home league victory.
David Murphy's brace in Tuesday's 4-0 rout of Millwall is set to see him keep his place at left-back against the second-bottom Trotters.
Bolton manager Dougie Freedman will once again be without defender Marc Tierney for the trip to Birmingham.
The former Norwich full-back will be sidelined for around five months after undergoing surgery on his fractured foot on Thursday.
Loanees Kevin McNaughton and Neil Danns made their Wanderers debuts in Tuesday's goalless draw with Blackpool and the duo are expected to keep their spots in the side.
Craig Davies is in contention to return following his recovery from a toe injury but Andre Moritz (groin) and Joe Riley, Mark Davies and Stuart Holden (all knee) remain sidelined.
AFC Bournemouth v Millwall
Bournemouth will hand new loanee Stephen Henderson a debut when they welcome Millwall.
The 25-year-old Irishman joined from West Ham on Thursday after Eddie Howe's first and second choice goalkeepers were ruled out. Ryan Allsop will serve a suspension for red card in the defeat at Leeds on Tuesday night while his replacement Darryl Flahavan saved a penalty with his first touch before picking up a thigh problem.
And while Henderson looks set to line up against the Lions fellow goalkeeper Shwan Jalal will be on the bench after the club recalled him from his loan spell at Oxford this week.
Jack Collison looks set for his home bow after he and Henderson became the latest players to make the loan move between West Ham and Bournemouth, following in the footsteps of the likes of Rio Ferdinand and Jermain Defoe.
Millwall striker Scott McDonald is a doubt ahead of the trip to Bournemouth.
McDonald is still struggling with the knee injury which forced him to miss Tuesday night's 4-0 defeat at Birmingham and the Lions are likely to give him the international break to fully recover.
Defender Mark Beevers also misses out with a knee problem.
Boss Steve Lomas may make changes following their midweek setback with left-back Shane Lowry pushing for a start after he returned from suspension on the bench at St Andrew's.
Marney missed the 2-0 win at Doncaster in midweek which saw the Clarets go top of the table through suspension but he is likely to go straight back into the team on Saturday, probably at the expense of David Edgar.
After seven victories in the last eight matches, manager Sean Dyche is unlikely to make many more changes.
Ross Wallace remains sidelined with the knee injury that has kept him out since the middle of August.
Reading will check on Royston Drenthe and Danny Williams ahead of the trip to leaders Burnley.
Winger Drenthe and midfielder Williams, two of boss Nigel Adkins' summer signings, missed Tuesday night's draw at Barnsley with foot injuries but could be available at Turf Moor.
Adkins has no new injury concerns following the Oakwell trip but remains without Jem Karacan, who had surgery on his cruciate ligament injury this week.
Fellow midfielder Mikele Leigertwood is back in training after a summer ankle operation but will not be risked yet while striker Jason Roberts is still out with a hip problem.
Charlton will again be without striker Yann Kermorgant and skipper Johnnie Jackson when they host Blackpool.
They are joined on the sidelines by defenders Leon Cort and Chris Solly, who have knee injuries.
But midfielder Bradley Pritchard has an outside chance of returning after concussion and striker Simon Church has shaken off a knock.
Blackpool will be without Barry Ferguson for the trip to Charlton.
The experienced midfielder missed the midweek draw with Bolton due to an ankle injury which needed surgery on Monday, keeping the Scot sidelined for the next few weeks.
Ferguson's absence is offset by the return of fellow midfielder Angel Martinez, who is available for selection following the completion of his one-match ban.
However, manager Paul Ince is still without shoulder-injury victim Bob Harris.
Derby County v Leeds United
New Derby boss Steve McLaren will have to do without midfielders Paul Coutts, James Bailey and Jeff Hendrick for his first game in charge.
Skipper Richard Keogh returns to the squad after suspension but goalkeeper Adam Legzdins misses out with an ankle injury.
Leeds manager Brian McDermott is expected to name an unchanged starting line-up at Derby after his side returned to winning ways in midweek.
McDermott made three changes when Leeds ended a four-game losing run with a 2-1 home win over Bournemouth on Tuesday night, with striker Noel Hunt, midfielder Paul Green and defender Tom Lees returning to the side.
The Leeds boss has no new injury or suspension worries and is expected to keep changes to a minimum, but those players dropped in midweek - Luke Varney, Luke Murphy and Scott Wootton - are all hoping for recalls.
Right-back Sam Byram is also in contention for a recall after he was an unused substitute in midweek.
James Husband is Doncaster's major injury concern for the visit of Leicester.
Husband is nursing a shoulder injury following the midweek home defeat to Burnley. The left-back has not suffered a dislocation but the area is swollen and sore and he will be assessed ahead of the game, with Rovers boss Paul Dickov on Thursday rating his chances as 'touch and go'.
Former Fox Richie Wellens, who made 129 league appearances for Leicester in a four-year spell before moving to the Keepmoat Stadium in the summer, is one of a handful of players who have been struggling with illness this week but Dickov expects the midfielder to be fit.
On-loan Manchester United striker Federico Macheda hobbled off at full-time on Tuesday night but it was nothing more than fatigue according to Dickov, who will continue to be without Harry Forrester (torn quad) and Marc de Val Fernandez (knee).
Leicester have no new injury problems as they prepare to travel to Doncaster.
The Foxes were unchanged for the fifth Championship game in a row against Yeovil on Tuesday night and after winning 2-1 at Huish Park, manager Nigel Pearson might be tempted to stick with the same side again.
Should he wish to make changes, the likes of Dean Hammond, Matty James, Jeff Schlupp, Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Ignasi Miquel and Marcin Wasilewski are available. However, centre-half Sean St. Ledger (knee) and striker Chris Wood (hamstring) are likely to remain on the sidelines as they recover from injury.
Former Leicester midfielder Richie Wellens, who made 129 league appearances for the club in a four-year spell before moving to Doncaster in the summer, is likely to start for Rovers - who are managed by ex-Foxes striker Paul Dickov.
Huddersfield Town v Watford
Huddersfield has no new injury or suspension problems following the midweek draw at Middlesbrough as Town bid to extend their unbeaten run to six league matches.
Teenage midfielder Duane Holmes continues to push for his first league start for the club and winger Danny Ward is hoping to feature again after returning to action off the bench at Middlesbrough following an ankle injury.
Oscar Gobern returned to the starting line-up on Tuesday night in place of Oliver Norwood and boss Robins must decide who to start with in midfield and striker Jon Stead is also hoping for a recall.
Watford boss Gianfranco Zola will have to without midfielder Cristian Battocchio and forward Javier Acuma after the pair sustained knocks at Blackburn.
Almen Abdi is still unavailable as the Hornets attempt to get back on track following their midweek loss at Ewood Park.
Middlesbrough v Yeovil Town
Middlesbrough boss Tony Mowbray will make late decisions on two key men ahead of Saturday's clash with Yeovil.
Central defender Jonathan Woodgate missed Tuesday night's 1-1 home draw with Huddersfield with a calf problem sustained during the 2-0 defeat at QPR last weekend and will be assessed over the next 48 hours. Striker Marvin Emnes is in a similar situation having sat out the last three games with a groin injury.
However, fellow forward Emmanuel Ledesma returns to the squad after completing a three-match ban for his sending off in the 2-2 draw at Nottingham Forest on September 17.
Defender Seb Hines is back in full training following his recovery from knee surgery, while striker Curtis Main could be included after returning to the club following a month on loan at Shrewsbury.
Yeovil defender Dan Seaborne is expected to be fit for the trip to Middlesbrough.
The Glovers head to Teesside looking for their first win since the opening day and they hope to be able to call on Seaborne, who limped off with a knock he sustained giving away a penalty in Tuesday's 2-1 defeat to Leicester.
Everton loanee Shane Duffy will hope to partner Seaborne again having kept Byron Webster out of the starting line-up on Tuesday despite his return from suspension.
Bristol City loanee Liam Fontaine looks likely to return to the club on Monday after the final piece of rehab and so this match will come too soon for the injured centre-back.
Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley
QPR will check on Matt Phillips ahead of the visit of Barnsley.
Winger Phillips remains doubtful after missing last weekend's 2-0 win over Middlesbrough with an arm injury.
Boss Harry Redknapp is still without goalkeeper Julio Cesar (finger), defender Nedum Onouha (hamstring) and strikers Bobby Zamora and Andy Johnson (both knee).
Uruguayan forward Javier Chevanton could make his debut having recently joined Rangers as a free agent.
Barnsley manager David Flitcroft will select his starting line-up at QPR from an unchanged squad as his side chase their first win in six matches.
The Reds halted a four-game losing run with a much-improved display in the midweek draw against Reading and Flitcroft has no new injury or suspension concerns.
He is expected to opt for just one striker, though, with Chris O'Grady likely to retain his place and both Jason Scotland and Marcus Pedersen, who returned to action off the bench on Tuesday night, named among the substitutes.
Luke Steele (back) remains sidelined so on-loan Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland will continue, while midfielder David Fox, on loan from Norwich, is also expected to retain his place.
Sheffield Wednesday v Ipswich Town
Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones will select his starting line-up to face Ipswich from an unchanged squad.
Several players are nursing bumps and bruises following the midweek draw at Brighton and Jones might make one or two changes as his side chase their first win of the season.
Defender Lewis Buxton returned from a knee injury in midweek and on-loan Hull striker Matty Fryatt scored in his first start. Both players are expected to resume at the weekend.
Skipper Anthony Gardner (Achilles) remains a long-term absentee and striker Chris Maguire continues to work his way back to full match fitness following a toe injury.
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy is expected to name an unchanged side for the trip to Hillsborough to take on Sheffield Wednesday.
Striker Daryl Murphy, who scored twice in Town's 4-4 draw with Derby in midweek, is likely to keep his place up front alongside September's Championship Player of the Month David McGoldrick.
Defender Tyrone Mings was named on the bench at Pride Park following his recovery from the knee injury that has kept him out since the opening day of the season. He could play some part against the Owls.
The Tractor Boys, who sit 10th in the league, are still looking for their first away win of the season.
Brighton and Hove Albion v Nottingham Forest (17:30)
Leonardo Ulloa has added to Brighton's injury problems ahead of the clash with Nottingham Forest.
The striker, who has just returned from a three-match ban, was carried off on a stretcher during Tuesday's draw against Sheffield Wednesday with a broken bone in his foot and could be out until December.
He joins Craig Mackail-Smith (Achilles) and Will Hoskins (knee) on the sidlelines meaning Ashley Barnes is once again the Seagulls' only available forward.
Andrew Crofts (hip) is available but fellow midfielders Liam Bridcutt (hernia) and Andrea Orlandi (knee) are struggling with injuries.
Boss Billy Davies will assess a quartet of players before Nottingham Forest make the long trip to Brighton.
Centre-half Kelvin Wilson and midfielders Guy Moussi, Jamie Paterson and Radi Majewski all missed the 1-1 draw at Charlton on Tuesday night.
Wilson has now missed four matches with the back injury he suffered during the 2-2 home draw with Middlesbrough while Moussi was still nursing the groin problem that forced him off against Derby at the weekend.
Paterson was still enduring the effects of his recent bout of illness and a knock ruled out Majewski at The Valley.