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Championship Trading Focus – Plenty going on in the Championship this weekend and we’ve got the best of the games covered with what we think are the best trading angles.
Just one thing to note, whilst we offer advice here each week, remember it is a trading advice so consider that when getting involved. If we suggest laying a short priced side and they go behind at any point, even after a few minutes, then we can trade out for a profit as that is what it is all about.
Saturday 3rd March 2018
Derby v Fulham
Derby are a decent team who have played well but are just starting to struggle, Fulham are a decent side who have hit top form yet are still the underdogs here. Derby have not lost in their last eight at home but Fulham have not lost in their last twelve games and scored in them all. They have beaten Wolves and Aston Villa recently and are the in-form side in the league. Add to that Fulham have won their last six away and we really have to consider backing them especially with Derby conceding regularly so it is hard to believe that Derby are favourites. Derby have won only two of their last eight but have managed five draws. Keep it simple, Fulham to win and if you can get the 3.20 (11/5) it is excellent value but 2.80 (9/5) is still acceptable.
Barnsley v Norwich
I am just adding a quick note on the stats for this game, which has the look of a draw written all over it. Barnsley did us a favour last week with a great win at Birmingham but will find Norwich a tougher opponent. Barnsley have drawn two of their last four at home, Norwich have drawn their last four games and the two drew 1-1 at Carrow Road earlier in the season. It has to be the draw at 3.25 (9/4) and for those more adventurous you could try the correct score 1-1 for trading.
Ipswich v Hull (Before Hull Tuesday game)
A stand out statistic in this game is that Ipswich have not beaten Hull in the last nine meetings today with six wins for Hull and three draws. Hull have won on their last three trips to Portman Road and arrive here having found a touch of form in recent games winning two of their last three. Ipswich have lost two in their last eight and are in fair form but Hull might be worth a small interest at 3.00 (2/1) with a view to trading if they lead.
Brentford v Cardiff
Cardiff are unbeaten in eight and have won their last four and also their last four away. They have not conceded in four games so Brentford will do well to score even though they managed five last week. Cardiff at 3.00 (2/1) have to be considered but Laying Brentford is a safer option for those of you who prefer a safety net.
Aston Villa v QPR
QPR need to bounce back from a thumping by Nottingham Forest at home last week but this is not a fixture they would choose as Villa have won all three recent head to heads. Aston Villa have not lost in nine home games and lost just one in their last eight overall. QPR have lost five of their last eight including their last three away so are really up against it. Villa can be backed at 1.80 (4/5) and that is worth taking the price available probably a reflection of a couple of injuries that Villa have, but they have a big enough squad to cope.
(Odds are subject to change)
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