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Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th

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Sunday 28 December 2014 Home Draw Away BPP
maximize.gif Nottingham Forest v Birmingham City (12:00 GMT) 1.85 3.8 5 100.37 %
maximize.gif Blackburn Rovers v Middlesbrough (15:00 GMT) 3 3.4 2.62 100.84 %
maximize.gif Blackpool v Rotherham United (15:00 GMT) 3.1 3.5 2.55 100.05 %
maximize.gif Cardiff City v Watford (15:00 GMT) 2.5 3.5 3 101.90 %
maximize.gif Huddersfield Town v Bolton Wanderers (15:00 GMT) 2.45 3.5 3.2 100.64 %
maximize.gif Millwall v AFC Bournemouth (15:00 GMT) 3.6 3.6 2.25 100.00 %
maximize.gif Reading v Norwich City (15:00 GMT) 3.6 3.75 2.25 98.89 %
maximize.gif Wolverhampton Wanderers v Brentford (15:00 GMT) 2.45 3.5 3.15 101.13 %
Monday 29 December 2014 Home Draw Away BPP
maximize.gif Fulham v Brighton & Hove Albion (20:00 GMT) 2.15 3.6 4 99.29 %
Tuesday 30 December 2014 Home Draw Away BPP
maximize.gif Derby County v Leeds United (19:45 GMT) 1.57 4.5 8 98.36 %
maximize.gif Ipswich Town v Charlton Athletic (19:45 GMT) 1.61 4.2 8 98.21 %
maximize.gif Wigan Athletic v Sheffield Wednesday (19:45 GMT) 2.15 3.6 4.15 98.39 %

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th 4pts Birmingham/Draw double chance Evs William Hill Birmingham have already beaten Forest this season and with the form that Forest have at the minute you would have to say the Blues have every chance in this match too. Forest for whatever reason look to have a lack of confidence especially in front of goal whereas Birmingham are ticking along nicely despite their walloping by Derby. Are Birmingham reliable enough to trust to win? I’m not so sure but I think they’ll get some kind of result here. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/nottingham-forest-vs-birmingham-betting-birmingham-can-avoid-defeat-at-the-city-ground

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Cardiff City v Watford FC Cardiff City: Anthony Pilkington (16/1 m), Mats Møller Dæhli (9/0 m, left the club), Kagisho Dikgacoi (2/0 m) Watford FC: Joel Ekstrand (17/0 d), Gabriel Tamas (7/0 d) Huddersfield v Bolton Wanderers Huddersfield: James Vaughan (6/1 f), Jonathan Hogg (13/0 m)(both doubtful), Grant Holt (15/2 f, probably out) Bolton Wanderers: Mark Davies (11/1 m), Marc Tierney (0/0 d), Joe Mason (12/4 f, top scorer), Max Clayton (9/1 f), Samni Odelusi (0/0 f), Stuart Holden (0/0 m) Information from more then 50 football leagues and competitions at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Anyone think Huddersfield are a bit short? Bolton are unbeaten in 8, I know these runs do come to an end especially in the championship. Thinking about sticking with them but I hate the thought of catching them at the wrong time.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th

Anyone think Huddersfield are a bit short? Bolton are unbeaten in 8' date=' I know these runs do come to an end especially in the championship. Thinking about sticking with them but I hate the thought of catching them at the wrong time.[/quote'] hi Misky, I crossed this game off my list, although on having a second look, bolton have a couple of oldies who may struggle playing 2 games, which they shouldn't as I'm 36 and I'm sure I could play 2 games in 24 hours. With holt and James Vaughan unlikely fir Bolton I agree with you Huddersfield are short priced. Could be a lay on huddersfield or Asian or handicap plus on Bolton if you get a decent price.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th

Only 1 bet going in my cavy which is Bournemouth. Keep it simple' date=' one of the best teams with no injuries against ok a wounded Milwall but nether less not playing well.[/quote'] The price looks a bit weak to me for this league? Bournemouth clearly the better side but their playing style often allows for the odd goal to go against them. They also gave up a two goal lead at home to Millwall not so long ago if memory serves :ok

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Huddersfield v Bolton - Selection - Bolton - 9/4 - Paddy Power Since Lennon took over Bolton have lost just twice in 12 games, one away at Charlton when Bolton in actual fact were the much better side, and the other away at Norwich who will be up there at the end of the season (and to be fair Bolton weren't at the races that day). Bolton beat Huddersfield 1-0 at home just 4 weeks ago in what was a closely contested game. The majority of Huddersfield's attacks that day however all revolved around the impressive (at this level) Grant Holt and he is missing today so that will be a big blow. Fair point about Bolton having a couple of 'oldies' but I think only one of those in Gudjohnsen will play today. With Craig Davies apparently fit again I would expect him to come straight back in with Heskey probably coming off the bench later on depending on how the game is going. What has really impressed me about Lennon is that if he see's that something isn't right or isn't working he isn't scared to make changes. At home against Blackburn on Boxing Day Bolton were 1-0 down at HT and it was pretty clear that playing without a main 'hold-up' striker (who had previously been Craig Davies until he got injured) wasn't working. Gudjohnsen was supposedly the main striker but he naturally drops deep to collect the ball and try to make something happen. Naturally, when he does this there is no striker in front of him making the runs or being available to play it into. Most managers seem to have some sort of unwritten rule where they don't make any changes until the 60th - 70th minute. However Lennon recognised that something needed to change and at HT he brought the much maligned Emile Heskey on. He might get some stick but he changed the game. He gave the Blackburn defenders no end of trouble with his presence and his runs also created space for the likes of Gudjohnsen and the rejuvenated Chung Yong Lee. After the second half performace on Boxing Day he will definitely start with either Craig Davies or Heskey (probably Davies in my opinion) and I can see Bolton causing Huddersfield some problems who have conceded 9 goals in their last 4 games. The absence of Holt and the return of Davies/Heskey should see a narrow Bolton win in my opinion and 9/4 is too big.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Wolves - Brendford Difficult round, I hope to wake the hosts, who are still dangerous. Guests are playing on the road in the box and there is no regularity. Both teams without serious shortcomings. HW 6/10 @ 2,17 in local GL

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Ipswich vs Charlton Careful careful... Ipswich would like to maintain a healthy position in the league table (currently 2nd)... But Charlton has been too good in DRAW matches... This match might not be that simple...

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th I´m on Fulham today. Not great missings. Only Amorebieta, Hoogland are injured. So booth are not available still not in squad scine few weeks. So no new big missings/blow. Also for Taggart and Kavanagh the game may too soon. Booth are doubtful. Also Brighton for me in this periode of the season with a too small squad. May they can´t be that fresh, like Fulham can be. Also Fulham has trained at beginning of the season under Coach Magath. And you can say everything about him, but the players are fit. Also today again without Captain Greer and suspended Bruno. And On-Loan Bent are majour doubt. So i think maybe he´s sitting on the bench only. Big Blow for such low scoring team like Brighton. Brighton also away with 1-5-5 and if you see Fulham Games at Home i can´t think this can be a Draw. For Sure it´s possible but Fulham with only 1 Loosing Game at Home in there last 7 League Home Games. And that lost was terrible 0-5 against Watford but Fulham become a red card in 18th Minute. So also i think it´s can be a good month for Fulham if he want´s to get near to the Play Off Places. They have now in the next 4 Games - 3 Home Games against opponents that you can beat actually. Brighton, Nottingham, Reading. Fulham @ 2.20 3/10 bet365

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th I think the value lies with the away side today.Brighton are not that bad on their trips and i won't touch Fulham at odds on.Bent is doubtful but most probably ok to play,so i think Bent Anytime goal scorer @ 3.1 could be a nice idea because he is a ex Fulham player and maybe wants to prove them something.BTTS-Yes also looks nice as Fulham are far from stable these days and both teams have lethal attackers.Sporting punt from me on 1:2 Correct Score @ 12 with bet365 as i just can't accept Brighton being such an outsiders for this game.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Fulham vs Brighton – Win for Fulham @ 2.30 Marathonbet Fulham did not managed to continue the winning strike as they lost to Bournemouth with 2-0 last Friday. It was a logical and fair result, against probably the best team of the league. Previously Fulham won three of four last games and created a difference from the relegation spots. Tonight the hosts face a rival with the same targets (avoiding relegation) and they want to win in order to increase the gap from the last three spots. Brighton will have once more caretaker Nathan Jones on the bench after Hyypia departure. Fulham seems in better condition, I think that they can take this one.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th 4pts Derby (-1) to beat Leeds 6/4 Paddy Power Derby have lost just once all season at home in the Championship. Leeds have won away just once all season so whichever way you look at it this looks like a home win. I would imagine Leeds will set up looking to be hard to break down and try to catch Derby on the break but Derby have plenty of attacking options and will surely break through at some point. That could see the floodgates open too. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/derby-vs-leeds-betting-derby-can-round-of-2014-with-comfortable-win

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th I share your optimism about Derby.They look great attacking and their defence is solid as well.I watched Leeds against Nottigham and they were very very lucky to hold on the draw.Nottingham had several great chances to score,especially in the last 10 mins but somehow managed to waste them.I rate Derby higher than Nottingham and being hosts,the HW is surely something i will be looking for.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Ipswich is another potential pick for tomorrow.They are on a terrific run of form and a win will put Bournemouth on a great pressure.They have a couple of doubts but i read that Hunt is back in the squad who should be a boost for the team.Charlton on the other hand,have a number of players out such as Harriot,Henderson and Wiggins.Both teams are not great scorers but Ipswich are obligated to win in order to continue their good performance,taking advantage of the situatuon in the opposing camp and if they are to get promoted they should beat this kind of teams.Charlton are winless in 6,slipping down the table.Odds are not great for this league,but i think the probability is high.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th

I´m on Fulham today. Not great missings. Only Amorebieta, Hoogland are injured. So booth are not available still not in squad scine few weeks. So no new big missings/blow. Also for Taggart and Kavanagh the game may too soon. Booth are doubtful. Also Brighton for me in this periode of the season with a too small squad. May they can´t be that fresh, like Fulham can be. Also Fulham has trained at beginning of the season under Coach Magath. And you can say everything about him, but the players are fit. Also today again without Captain Greer and suspended Bruno. And On-Loan Bent are majour doubt. So i think maybe he´s sitting on the bench only. Big Blow for such low scoring team like Brighton. Brighton also away with 1-5-5 and if you see Fulham Games at Home i can´t think this can be a Draw. For Sure it´s possible but Fulham with only 1 Loosing Game at Home in there last 7 League Home Games. And that lost was terrible 0-5 against Watford but Fulham become a red card in 18th Minute. So also i think it´s can be a good month for Fulham if he want´s to get near to the Play Off Places. They have now in the next 4 Games - 3 Home Games against opponents that you can beat actually. Brighton, Nottingham, Reading. Fulham @ 2.20 3/10 bet365
FT 0:2 :wall

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th

Ipswich is another potential pick for tomorrow.They are on a terrific run of form and a win will put Bournemouth on a great pressure.They have a couple of doubts but i read that Hunt is back in the squad who should be a boost for the team.Charlton on the other hand' date='have a number of players out such as Harriot,Henderson and Wiggins.Both teams are not great scorers but Ipswich are obligated to win in order to continue their good performance,taking advantage of the situatuon in the opposing camp and if they are to get promoted they should beat this kind of teams.Charlton are winless in 6,slipping down the table.Odds are not great for this league,but i think the probability is high.[/quote'] Charlton is a DRAW team, I am quite wary of that actually...

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Derby at home...P11 25 scored 10 conceded Leeds at away...P11 11 scored 23 conceded Leeds have scored 1 goal in the last 6 AWAY matches Derby have seen 5 OVER 2.5 in the last 5 HOME matches Derby will be looking for a strong response after the 2-2 home draw against Norwich

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Ipswich at home...P11 20 scored 7 conceded -- Best defense at home, together with Middlesbrough Charlton at away...P11 10 scored 14 conceded Ipswich...7 UNDER 2.5 in last 10 home matches... Charlton...7 UNDER 2.5 in last 10 away matches... Statistically, both sides have a higher chance of opening UNDER 2.5

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th Derby vs Leeds United – Over 2.5 @ 1.81 Marathonbet Derby is coming from a huge win against Birmingham, the first one after three straight games with only one point gained. Hosts are better at home, they are undefeated at the last four games, which three of them won scoring totally 13 goals! They sit at the 4th position of the table with 42 points. Have in mind that at the 8/10 last games of Derby there were scored at least three goals totally (Over 2.5), so against a weak team like Leeds I think that Derby has the chance to score again.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th IPSWICH – CHARLTON Ipswich to Win + Total Under 2.5 at 3.95 @ Marathonbet Ipswich will host Charlton being at a brilliant form. It ignores the loss at its last 10 games, counting seven wins and three defeats. Charlton, on the other hand, has only one win at its last ten games (1-6-3). The away team shows an inclination at NG and Under 2.5, especially when plays far from its ground. Taking into account all the data, I end up at a risky suggestion. I think that Ipswich is going to take the three points and this win will be combined with Under 2.5.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > December 28th - 30th

Charlton is a DRAW team' date=' I am quite wary of that actually...[/quote'] Shouldn't be too much of a concern tonight. Ipswich should beat them comfortably, anything else would be a shock.

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