What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?
Birmingham City and Blackpool experienced differing results under new management this weekend, with Gary Rowett picking up a potentially valuable point with the Blues at West Midlands rivals Wolves while Lee Clark, sacked by the Blues, saw the Seasiders lose 2-0 to Ipswich Town.
The Seasiders yesterday completed the three-month loan signing of young Norwich City winger Jacob Murphy, as they desperately look to move off the foot of the table.
Watford are the new leaders in the division, with an in-form Bournemouth close behind in second while Brighton and Hove Albion manager Sami Hyypia remains under concerted pressure following another defeat, this time at the Cherries with the Seagulls sat just one place above the bottom three.
Plus, there are transfer rumours continuing to float around, with the loan window still open for business and presenting an opportunity for managers to bolster their squads.
For all the latest headlines from around the Championship, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers.
Blackburn Rovers: Gary Bowyer believes star winger Ben Marshall has Premier League technical quality after producing yet another dazzling display in the weekend win over Reading, with a stunning free-kick capping a wonderful showing. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Blackpool: New boss Clark hopes new loan signing Murphy can give his side a much-needed injection of pace on the flanks as the versatile youngster prepares for a Seasiders debut at Fulham. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Neil Lennon has urged his troops to give the home fans a performance to be proud of at home to Cardiff City tonight and believes the supporters can play a crucial role in his side's attempts to move out of the bottom three. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Cherries midfielder Harry Arter has hailed the influence of the club's fanbase for helping the team in their incredible journey from the verge of exiting the Football League to the top two in the Championship. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brighton and Hove Albion: New loan signing and former Seagull Elliott Bennett insists it is too early to write the south-coast outfit's season off as a relegation scrap and feels there is still enough time for the season to be turned around at the Amex. (The Argus)
Cardiff City: Defender John Brayford has urged the Bluebirds to prove they can secure results away from home as well as at the Cardiff City Stadium and insists it is no excuse for recent poor results on the road as Russell Slade's men prepare to visit Bolton Wanderers. (Wales Online)
Ipswich Town: Christophe Berra has vowed to celebrate if he finds the net once more this evening against former club Wolves, with the goalscoring defender set to face the Molineux outfit for the first time since being released in the summer of 2013. (East Anglian Daily Times)
Leeds United: Manager Neil Redfearn insists he is not afraid to place his faith in the club's youngsters as he looks to arrest the Whites' recent slump in form and believes there are a host of academy talents who can make the step up. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Middlesbrough: Boro boss Aitor Karanka has bemoaned his side's disciplinary problems and believes bookings and further risk of suspensions is hindering him when it comes to selecting his starting lineup. (Gazette Live)
Millwall: Ian Holloway has informed his players not to let their emotions get the better of them if decisions fail to go their way when hosting Blackburn Rovers tonight after hinting that frustration against the referee affected his side in a 3-1 weekend defeat at Watford. (News at Den)
Norwich City: Michael Turner is eyeing the defensive bragging rights from a midweek trip to Middlesbrough as two of the Championship's most water-tight defences go head-to-head at the Riverside Stadium. (Eastern Daily Press)
Reading: Returning midfielder Danny Williams says the Royals have no more excuses for their poor run of form and is determined to correct a run of just one win in nine when Rotherham United visit the Madejski Stadium this evening. (Get Reading)
Rotherham United: Steve Evans has revealed he has received an apology from the Football League for referee Michael Russell as the Millers await the verdict on their appeal for a red card issued to Jordan Bowery in the 3-0 defeat to Middlesbrough on Saturday. (The Star)
Sheffield Wednesday: Manager Stuart Gray wants his struggling Owls side to view tonight's home game against in-form Bournemouth to be something to relish rather than a fearsome prospect as the Hillsborough outfit look to put an end to a eight-match winless run. (The Star)
Wigan Athletic: James McClean believes a point secured in the 3-3 draw with Fulham will only prove valuable if the Latics are able to back it up with successive away league wins over fellow strugglers Brighton and Hove Albion and Bolton Wanderers. (Wigan Today)
Wolves: Striker Nouha Dicko is set to miss his side's upcoming trips to Ipswich Town and Derby County with a hamstring injury as Kenny Jackett admits that he will have to tinker with the frontman's training programme and has refused to rule out a loan signing. (Birmingham Mail)