No matches have been played in the second tier for three months due to the coronavirus outbreak, but the league is set to restart if all relevant safety measures can be met, with 20 June remaining a provisional start date for the moment.
Like every returning league, the Championship will have to adhere to new safety regulations when the match is being played, such as substitutes and other spectators social distancing in the dugout, and players being encouraged to avoid contact with team-mates during celebrations.
Pre-match handshakes won’t happen either, while every single remaining fixture will be played behind closed doors with no fans in attendance.
Leeds and West Brom are the two leading candidates for promotion, with Marcelo Bielsa’s outfit topping the Championship by one point ahead of the Baggies.
Saturday, 20 June
Blackburn Rovers v Bristol City
Huddersfield Town v Wigan Athletic
Hull City v Charlton Athletic
Luton Town v Preston North End
Middlesbrough v Swansea City
Millwall v Derby County
Queens Park Rangers v Barnsley
Reading v Stoke City
Sheffield Wednesday v Nottingham Forest
West Bromwich Albion v Birmingham City
Sunday, 21 June
Cardiff City v Leeds United (12:00 BST)