Wycombe will check on Curtis Thompson and Dominic Gape ahead of their home game against Stoke in the Sky Bet Championship.
Middlesbrough have been dealt an injury blow ahead of their home game against Swansea with the news that Grant Hall could be out for up to four months with a thigh injury that may require surgery.
Nottingham Forest will be without Jack Colback when they host Watford.
Blackburn will check on Scott Wharton ahead of the Championship clash with Millwall.
Frank Lampard believes John Terry is ready for a “great opportunity” if appointed manager at Derby.
Luton goalkeeper Simon Sluga is a doubt for Wednesday’s visit of Norwich.
QPR hope captain Geoff Cameron is available for the visit of Bristol City.
Birmingham have yet to confirm whether they have received international clearance for new signing Alen Halilovic for the home game against Barnsley.
Derby caretaker boss Wayne Rooney has no new injury or suspension concerns ahead of their Sky Bet Championship clash against Coventry at Pride Park.
Cardiff manager Neil Harris hopes he will have no new injury concerns when Huddersfield visit on Tuesday evening.
Bournemouth midfielders Lewis Cook and Arnaut Danjuma are doubts ahead of the visit of Preston.
Rotherham are without ever-present defender Michael Ihiekwe for their home clash with Brentford.
Swansea boss Steve Cooper hailed black-eyed matchwinner Connor Roberts for epitomising his side’s spirit during a 1-0 win at Nottingham Forest.
Swansea won for the first time at Nottingham Forest in more than 14 years thanks to Connor Roberts’ first-half goal.
Birmingham head coach Aitor Karanka admitted he would feel the same as the club’s frustrated supporters after a 0-0 draw against Millwall – but pleaded with them to show patience.
Wayne Rooney revealed how he went back to basics after Derby ended a four-game losing run with a 1-1 draw against Wycombe.
Tony Mowbray felt Blackburn deservedly defeated “dangerous” Barnsley 2-1 to guarantee an unbeaten November and keep up the pressure on the Sky Bet Championship play-offs.
Cardiff manager Neil Harris hailed his players after they crushed Luton 4-0 to ease the growing speculation surrounding his future.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Tony Pulis praised the attitude shown by his players since he took charge following their 0-0 draw at home to Stoke.
Coventry manager Mark Robins felt justice had been done after a seeing a late equaliser from Max Biamou earn his side a 1-1 draw at Championship leaders Norwich.
Neil Warnock says his Middlesbrough side were punished for their first-half profligacy after a 3-2 defeat at Huddersfield.
Watford manager Vladimir Ivic believes his side can play better, despite an impressive 4-1 victory over Preston.
Rotherham manager Paul Warne is challenging his side to maintain their high level of performance after they held Sky Bet Championship high-flyers Bournemouth to a 2-2 draw.
Blackburn moved to within two points of the Sky Bet Championship play-offs after a hard-fought 2-1 win over Barnsley.
Championship leaders Norwich City got a taste of their own medicine at Carrow Road as a late goal from substitute Max Biamou earned Coventry a 1-1 draw.
Wayne Rooney’s first game as interim manager of Derby ended in frustration when a late goal earned Wycombe a 1-1 draw at Pride Park.
Huddersfield sealed their first win in five games with an entertaining 3-2 victory over Middlesbrough at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Tony Pulis marked his first home game as Sheffield Wednesday manager with a point in a 0-0 draw against his old club Stoke.
A double from Freddie Ladapo earned Rotherham a 2-2 draw against Bournemouth in the Sky Bet Championship.The teams had been two divisions apart last season but Rotherham more than matched their high-flying visitors and were worthy of the point after forcing Cherries goalkeeper Asmir Begovic into a host of saves in an entertaining encounter.Matt Crooks had an early shot diverted away from goal by the alert Chris Mepham early on but Bournemouth’s first effort was closer when Junior Stanislas picked out Dominic Solanke – but he could not find the target as he slid in ahead of goalkeeper Jamal Blackman.Blackman was then at fault as he collided with Solanke on the left hand side of the box to give away a penalty. Stanislas took his time from the spot before striking it down the middle to give the visitors a 20th minute lead.The hosts were almost level inside a minute with Joe Mattock crossing for Jamie Lindsay – but his diving header was tipped over the top smartly by Begovic.It was from the left flank where Rotherham got level on 37 minutes with Ladapo slotting into the bottom corner clinically after being found by Mattock.Stanislas came close to his second either side of the break. He first tried to catch out Blackman at the near post with a long-range free-kick and was then denied by a diving save from the Chelsea loanee.But it was the home side and Ladapo celebrating a brace five minutes into the second half as the striker beat Begovic with an audacious chip into the far corner from the left side of the box.The goal came just moments after Begovic had denied Lindsay’s stinging drive from the edge of the box.The Cherries levelled on 63 minutes, with substitute Diego Rico having an instant impact and teeing up Solanke to head home from 10 yards out.Begovic again came to the rescue to deny Angus MacDonald a stunning acrobatic volley with a diving save. Crooks turned in the rebound but was ruled to be offside.Blackman beat Solanke to a through-ball as their own personal battle continued and Philip Billing smashed over from the edge of the box as the visitors cranked up some late pressure.Jefferson Lerma momentarily had Blackman scrambling but his long-range chip, with the goalkeeper way off his line, was just over the bar as Jason Tindall and his team had to settle for a point.
Cardiff eased the pressure on manager Neil Harris with a dominant 4-0 victory over Luton.