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Championship Predictions > Feb 19th - 25th


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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Championship

QPR have conceded 2 goals or more in each of their last 4 matches in Championship.
West Bromwich have scored in each of their last 16 matches in Championship.
QPR have failed to win in their last 7 matches in Championship.
West Bromwich have scored in 81% of their away matches in Championship.

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QPR vs West Bromwich=2(2.15) Stake 7/10

QPR position 18° points 39
West Bromwich position 4° points 57

Preview:
QPR:
injured: Rangel (17/2 defender), Cameron (13/1 defender).
West Bromwich:
injured: Phillips (midfielder 22/5);
suspended: Gayle (attacker 26/16).
QPR has a home score of w7-d2-l6 goals scored 23 goals conceded 21 while West Bromwich has a home score of w9-d3-l4 goals scored 27 goals conceded 17. A 2019 nightmare for QPR, which in the league is reduced by five consecutive defeats and does not win in eight rounds, the danger zone is nearby. Making a result against West Bromwich however won't be easy, since the guests are aiming for the Premier League and are today in the middle of the playoff area, quartered with 57 points, just 4 points from the second place that is worth the direct promotion. Mostly highlighting the visiting team, the home team appears less incisive sign 2 appears almost likely.

 

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Derby vs Millwall=1(2.00) state 7/10

Derby position 7° points 51
Millwall position 20° points 31

Preview:
Derby:
injured: Davies (defender 5/0), Forsyth (defender 13/0), Mount (midfielder 26/4), Lawrence (midfielder 23/5).
Millwall:
injured: Mc Laughlin (defender 6/0), Meredith (defender 25/0).

Derby has a home score of w8-d5-l2 goals scored 22 goals conceded 15 while Millwall has a home score of w1-d4-l10 goals scored 14 goals conceded 27. The home team is in full swing for a place in the play off, winning this recovery game would go to place sixth. The visiting team is in full battle to avoid relegation, a success that has been missing for five days. The home team is superior in both performance and results score 1 very likely.

 

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Championship

Millwall conceded at least 1 goal in 93% of their away matches in Championship.
77% of Millwall's points have been earned at home in Championship.
Millwall have lost 67% of their away matches in Championship.
Millwall conceded at least 1 goal in each of their last 14 away matches in Championship.

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On 19/2/2019 at 11:22 AM, TOTTI3 said:

QPR vs West Bromwich=2(2.15) Stake 7/10

QPR position 18° points 39
West Bromwich position 4° points 57

Preview:
QPR:
injured: Rangel (17/2 defender), Cameron (13/1 defender).
West Bromwich:
injured: Phillips (midfielder 22/5);
suspended: Gayle (attacker 26/16).
QPR has a home score of w7-d2-l6 goals scored 23 goals conceded 21 while West Bromwich has a home score of w9-d3-l4 goals scored 27 goals conceded 17. A 2019 nightmare for QPR, which in the league is reduced by five consecutive defeats and does not win in eight rounds, the danger zone is nearby. Making a result against West Bromwich however won't be easy, since the guests are aiming for the Premier League and are today in the middle of the playoff area, quartered with 57 points, just 4 points from the second place that is worth the direct promotion. Mostly highlighting the visiting team, the home team appears less incisive sign 2 appears almost likely.

CassAAAAAAAAAAA  :ok

 

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Norwich vs Bristol City

Firstly, how are your nerves, @TOTTI3:lol I bet you loved seeing Steve McClaren pathetically throw that water bottle on the floor repeatedly with rage! Well in! Secondly, my first preview for the weekend action is this 3pm kick-off between Norwich and Bristol City at Carrow Road this Saturday afternoon.

Norwich put the shock defeat to Preston the other week firmly behind them at the weekend with a convincing 4-0 obliteration of Bolton away. Daniel Farke's side put to bed any suggestions of a collapse and returned to winning ways to make it 3 wins from their last 4 league games. The Canaries hold onto their top spot in the Championship and everything is looking rosy for the team again.

Bristol City are seemingly unstoppable right now. Lee Johnson's team appear to have found a secret cheat code to winning Championship matches. It's now 7 league wins in a row for the Robins. The big question now is how will the 1-0 loss at home to Wolves in the FA Cup at the weekend affect their league form? The club has shown repeatedly this season that they struggle to bounce back after a defeat with a loss leading directly to another loss 4 times this season. Right now, City are in 6th place and the in-form team in the league. This is their toughest test so far this season though.

The head-to-head record doesn't make for pleasant reading if you're a Bristol City fan. Norwich are undefeated in the last 7 meetings between the two teams. That means the last taste of victory for Bristol City in this fixture was back on 7th February, 2009. That's over 10 years ago! Time bloody flies when you're getting dominated in a fixture.

Anyway, it's a big risk to bet on this one but I'm feeling brave this week. Norwich have generally served me well in the betting over the years so I'm taking a punt on them here. I think they're a team looking set for promotion to the Premier League. I think it's great. I like Norwich and I think they'll take another step towards a return to the promised land with a win here.

Norwich to Win @ 2.05 with Betway

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.91 with Betfred

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On 19/2/2019 at 12:18 PM, TOTTI3 said:

Derby vs Millwall=1(2.00) state 7/10

Derby position 7° points 51
Millwall position 20° points 31

Preview:
Derby:
injured: Davies (defender 5/0), Forsyth (defender 13/0), Mount (midfielder 26/4), Lawrence (midfielder 23/5).
Millwall:
injured: Mc Laughlin (defender 6/0), Meredith (defender 25/0).

Derby has a home score of w8-d5-l2 goals scored 22 goals conceded 15 while Millwall has a home score of w1-d4-l10 goals scored 14 goals conceded 27. The home team is in full swing for a place in the play off, winning this recovery game would go to place sixth. The visiting team is in full battle to avoid relegation, a success that has been missing for five days. The home team is superior in both performance and results score 1 very likely.

 

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Middlesbrough vs QPR

The Championship promotion and relegation issues could take another twist this weekend when two teams from separate ends of the table come to meet each other this Saturday at 3pm. It's promotion-chasing Middlesbrough versus relegation threatened QPR at the Riverside.

Middlesbrough have kept in and amongst the promotion candidates all season. Tony Pulis has come under fire for resorting to stereotypical hoof ball football but it's resulted in them losing just 1 of their last 8 league games. Here, they come up against an out-of-form QPR. The club is in 5th place and a decent run between now and May could turn them into outside contenders for automatic promotion.

QPR appeared to have rectified their torrid early start to the season but, as is often the case, Steve McClaren has run out of ideas. It's now 6 league defeats in a row for Rangers and that's now extended their run without a win to 8 league matches. This awful form has seen the club drop to 18th in the table. They're still 10 points clear of the bottom three but unless they start winning soon that gap will get smaller.

The betting seems obvious here. QPR were so close to getting a draw against West Brom in midweek and you have to question how hard that last minute defeat has impacted on their morale. It's going to take something extraordinary to lift them up and I'm not sure McClaren is the man to do it. Boro to win this one.

Middlesbrough to Win @ 1.85 with MarathonBet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.62 with Betfred

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Championship

Rotherham have failed to win in their last 16 away matches in Championship.
Brentford have scored in 94% of their home matches in Championship.
Preston have been undefeated in their last 7 matches in Championship.
Rotherham have drawn their last 4 matches in Championship.
Aston Villa have scored in 75% of their away matches in Championship.

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Reading FC v Rotherham

Reading FC: Tyler Blackett (20/0 d), Ovie Ejaria (5/0 m), Liam Kelly (20/1 m)(all doubtful), Andy Rinomhota (18/0 m), Saeid Ezatolahi (4/0 m), Jordan Obita (0/0 m), Anssi Jaakkola (15/0 g), Tom McIntyre (1/0 d), Sam Baldock (19/5 f)

Rotherham: Sean Raggett (7/1 d, doubtful), Darren Potter (0/0 m), Kyle Vassell (19/0 f), Jamie Proctor (16/2 f)

 

Sheffield Wed v Swansea City

Sheffield Wed: Tom Lees (28/2 d, captain, probably in), George Boyd (11/0 m, illness, doubtful), Fernando Forestieri (16/4 f, suspended), Jordan Thorniley (20/0 d, probably out), Sam Winnall (3/0 f), Gary Hooper (0/0 f), Kieran Lee (0/0 m), Matt Penney (16/0 d)

Swansea City: Nathan Dyer (11/0 d), Declan John (6/0 d), Wayne Routledge (11/2 m)(all doubtful), Leroy Fer (24/1 m, captain), Joe Rodon (23/0 d), Martin Olsson (17/0 d)

 

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Championship

Nottingham Forest conceded at least 1 goal in each of their last 6 home matches in Championship.
Derby County have scored in 75% of their away matches in Championship.
34% of Nottingham Forest's conceded goals occurred after the 75th minute in Championship.

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Nottingham Forest vs Derby

The Championship takes up the all important Monday Night Football slot this week when local rivals Nottingham Forest and Derby go toe-to-toe in this absorbing encounter that kicks off at 7:45pm at the City Ground. In the race for the play-offs which side will take the bragging rights?

Nottingham Forest are 9th in the league table and finally starting to show some solid form under new manager Martin O'Neill. It's now three league matches undefeated and just 6 points separates them from the play-off places. @yossa6133, you'd certainly be able to share some first-hand knowledge on your team's chances coming into this one.

Derby have been impressive under Frank Lampard all season. The Rams are now 7th in the table and 2 points outside the play-offs after a couple of games without a win. The fans will be hoping their team can bounce back after the 1-0 defeat to Millwall at home in their last game. It's been no surprise that Tom Lawrence has missed the last two matches and Derby have suffered. The absence of Mason Mount in this game will also hurt them no doubt.

The Tricky Trees are currently enduring a terrible run against Derby in the league. It's now six league games without a win for Forest in this fixture. They last endured a worse run between 1904 and 1914 which was a run of 8 matches without a win. The psychological weight of that will undoubtedly be a factor tonight.

Interestingly, the last two meetings between Forest and Derby have ended in a 0-0 draw. Given how neither side will want to lose this you could argue that the chances of that score-line happening are quite high here. Of course, the name Martin O'Neill will still haunt Derby fans. He was the man in charge of Aston Villa when they beat Derby 2-0 and 6-0 in the ill-fated 2007/08 season for the Rams.

I'm going to back a draw here. Forest are showing signs of improving under O'Neill. Their past three results have been positive but Derby will hopefully have Lawrence back fit. The absence of Mount is still a concern but I think they could have enough to get something from this game. There is a nagging feeling in my head that we could see the experience O'Neill school Lampard in the tactical stakes though.

Draw @ 3.40

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.82 with MarathonBet

 

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I think we'll win, but not much in the price around 6/4. Watched a couple of their games recently and they look bit soft to be honest.

***Might have a bit on Grabban to score anytime around 15/8, hopefully he's still on pens after missing a few!***

Scratch that! Grabban out injured which is a pretty big blow, still think we can edge them.

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Forest has one last chance with a win today to get inside the play-off positions. Follow away game with stoke and another two home games. Derby in crisis in the last two games but must try to inverse the situation. I believe DRAW AND GOAL/GOAL.

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