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Sky Bet Championship > April 3rd & 4th

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Friday 3 April 2015 Home Draw Away BPP
maximize.gif Birmingham City v Rotherham United (15:00 BST) 2.26 3.45 3.55 101.40 %
maximize.gif Brighton & Hove Albion v Norwich City (15:00 BST) 3.6 3.45 2.25 101.21 %
maximize.gif Fulham v Brentford (15:00 BST) 3.2 3.6 2.42 100.35 %
maximize.gif Middlesbrough v Wigan Athletic (15:00 BST) 1.57 4.2 7.8 100.27 %
maximize.gif Millwall v Charlton Athletic (15:00 BST) 2.64 3.4 3 100.62 %
maximize.gif Nottingham Forest v Wolverhampton Wanderers (15:00 BST) 2.5 3.45 3.15 100.73 %
maximize.gif Ipswich Town v AFC Bournemouth (17:15 BST) 3.12 3.5 2.46 101.22 %
maximize.gif Derby County v Watford (19:45 BST) 2.25 3.6 3.5 100.79 %
Saturday 4 April 2015 Home Draw Away BPP
maximize.gif Bolton Wanderers v Blackpool (15:00 BST) 1.61 4.2 7.2 99.60 %
maximize.gif Leeds United v Blackburn Rovers (15:00 BST) 2.78 3.4 2.8 101.10 %
maximize.gif Reading v Cardiff City (15:00 BST) 2.25 3.5 3.7 100.04 %
maximize.gif Sheffield Wednesday v Huddersfield Town (15:00 BST) 2.18 3.5 3.75 101.11 %

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > April 3rd & 4th Friday TV previews: 4pts Ipswich vs Bournemouth - Both teams to score 5/6 Unibet If Bournemouth had Wilson I would be quite confident on them winning this one but as it is I will settle for both teams to score. Bournemouth still carry a goal threat but the addition of Jonny Williams to the Ipswich ranks could just pep up their attack enough to open Bournemouth up a little bit. Neither can afford a defeat so once one side scores the other have to go on the attack so I’ll take both to score in this one. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/ipswich-vs-bournemouth-betting-attacks-can-impress-on-good-friday-showdown 3pts Derby vs Watford - Draw 5/2 Betfred If Derby are to get back on track they have to hope that players coming back to fitness inspires them. They have one or two back here so this is a bit of an acid test for them. Watford tasted defeat for the first time in a while prior to the international break so they need to get back on the horse quickly. Both sides need a win but all too often that leads to nervous and safety first football resulting in a draw. Full preview here: http://www.punterslounge.com/derby-vs-watford-betting-good-friday-spoils-can-be-shared

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > April 3rd & 4th Middlesbrough- Wigan Athletic Boro have made very hard work of this title challenge and in truth, should be 6-7 points clear at the top of the table and we should be awaiting pay out of our long term bet ( see below). We can look at it another way and feel fortunate that no one else has been able to take advantage and that Boro are still only a point off first place, on paper this fixture is easy, but games against teams battling relegation at this stage of the season never are. However, they travel South to face second placed Watford on Monday and to do so with less than three points in the bag from today would be nothing less than a disaster. In their favour, is that Wigan Athletic despite winning four away games in a row, are still deep in trouble and five points from safety, no team has drawn fewer road games than them and they will surely open up at some stage and gamble for the win. Boro have the best squad in the Championship and have a few more options today with Ryan Fredericks, Daniel Ayala and Jonathan Woodgate all back in contention following injury and joined by new recruits Fernando Amorebieta and Dwight Tiendalli. The hosts have been strong after the international break taking seven points from three away games and are an eyecatching 7-1-0 after a defeat, winning three of the last four of those by three goals. That is kind of how I expect this to play out and if Boro are to win, it will be with a degree of comfort .1.5 units Middlesbrough -1 ball 2.14 asian line/Sportmarket. Goalkeeper: Dimi Konstantopoulos, Tomas Mejias, Connor Ripley Defenders: Ryan Fredericks, Emilio Nsue, Dwight Tiendalli, Fernando Amorebieta, Jonathan Woodgate, Tomas Kalas, Ben Gibson, Daniel Ayala, George Friend. Midfielders: Grant Leadbitter, Adam Clayton, Dean Whitehead, Adam Forshaw, Albert Adomah, Adam Reach, Yanic Wildschut, Emmanuel Ledesma. Strikers: Patrick Bamford, Lee Tomlin, Kike Garcia, Jelle Vossen

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > April 3rd & 4th Middlesbrough v Wigan Athletic Middlesbrough: Fernando Amorebieta (d, newcomer), Kenneth Omeruo (18/0 d)(both doubtful), Daniel Ayala (26/3 d), Rhys Williams (1/0 d), Damia Abella (6/0 d) Wigan Athletic: Grant Holt (0/0 f), Emyr Huws (11/0 f), Don Cowie (29/0 m), Juan Carlos Garcia (0/0 d) Nottingham F. v Wolverhampton Nottingham F.: Dorus de Vries (4/0 g, doubtful), Andy Reid (6/0 m), Chris Cohen (6/0 m), Britt Assombalonga (29/15 m, top scorer), Matty Fryatt (25/6 f) Wolverhampton: Tommy Rowe (14/0 m), Razak Boukari (0/0 m) Information from more then 50 football leagues and competitions at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > April 3rd & 4th I do not see how Middlesbrough will blow this up. This is yet another one of the best remaining chances for them to continue the push for at least a 2nd position. And lets not forget they must win this one as their next match 3 days later is against Watford, who is at 2nd currently.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > April 3rd & 4th Ipswich vs Bournemouth – Win for Bournemouth @ 2.55 Marathonbet This is a game for the 40th day of Championship between Ipswich and Bournemouth. Hosts sit at the 6th spot with 67 points and they need the win in order to stay inside the playoff positions. Bournemouth on the other hand is on the top spot of the table, with only one point gap from the second Watford. Hosts are coming from two straight wins, but I don’t believe that they can challenge Bournemouth, a team that has consistency. Visitors are undefeated at the last six games, four of which they won.

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Re: Sky Bet Championship > April 3rd & 4th

I will be going for Bolton 1x2 Blackpool's fate is sealed already
Need more reasoning than that? Also pkease list odds and bookmaker :ok Sent from my Blade S6 using PL Forum

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