Championship action and English as a foreign language continues, as Sheffield United, Watford, Burnley and Huddersfield prepare for their respective matches.
Sheffield United had built up a fourteen point lead from third place on 20 January but have suffered some losses in the last month meaning the margin is down to four points.
Watford are four games unbeaten but have only seen one win in the last six games.
Burnley hold an impressive 12-point lead in the league and have only experienced two defeats this season.
Huddersfield have brought back veteran manager Neil Warnock who will be looking to use his experience to keep his team in the Championship.
Today’s early game, Coventry City against Sunderland, was a show of defensive composure, with Coventry City winning 1-0.
Viktor Gyokeres was the only goalscorer of the game, while Sunderland had to deal with fatigue due to the cumulative effects of playing two games in one week.
Time is not on their side and it seems that the team lacks the intensity that it so badly needs.
Despite Amad Diallo’s late effort, the one-point deficit in the top six still holds before kickoffs.
Meanwhile, Joey Barton’s Bristol Rovers side were victorious against Oxford United, with Luca Hoole’s header sealing victory.
Neil Warnock’s impact on his new Huddersfield outfit is yet to be seen and Burnley’s Vincent Kompany looks set to take the Championship by storm.
With all the teams preparing for their matches, today’s round of the EFL promises to be exciting.