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Championship Betfair Trading Focus – As it is the FA Cup this weekend there are only four matches so I have also included next Tuesday’s Championship League fixtures. Just one thing to note, whilst we offer advice here each week, remember it is a Betfair 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 27h January 2018
Bristol City v QPR
It is anyone’s guess as to how Bristol City will react to their midweek performance against Man City. If they play as they did then, they will win easily but it was a tough game and they have not been performing in the league, no wins in four and just on goal. QPR have been in a bit of form with one defeat in six, including three wins, before losing to Middlesbrough last week. There have been five recent head to head with four Under 2.5 goals but QPR have scored in all five. The reverse fixture this season was 1-1 and that wouldn’t be the largest surprise again here so consider Betfair Trading the correct score around 1-1. For those of you who were impressed by Bristol City and think they will build on the Man City result, then 1.91 (10/11) is a fair price for a side that have won seven at home against a side that have won just twice on the road this season.
Ipswich v Wolves
Nine recent head to head and seven have been under 2.5 goals. Five of the last six meetings today have ended level so Laying the draw would be a risky strategy! Wolves had a rare blip last week when beaten by Nottingham Forest but all sides have bad days and it is hard not to see them bouncing back. Ipswich are strong at home losing just four of fourteen so will be no pushover and Wolves have not won on their last three visits so preference if pushed would be Under 2.5 goals.
Tuesday 30th January 2018
Nottingham Forest v Preston
There have been seven recent head to head and six have been Under 2.5 goals. Four of the seven were draws including the last three which all ended 1-1. Forest will be on a high after winning at Wolves so maybe the new manager has instilled some confidence into the players. Preston are no mugs and have not lost in six away. They have drawn six on the road but have amassed twenty one points away from home. Preference here would be to chance Laying the home team, I had considered backing Preston but they are a touch short, this way we keep the draw onside.
Millwall v Derby
Derby remain in good form and have not lost in nine and not lost in ten away. Millwall have lost just three at home all season and failed to score only twice. Recent form is good for both sides but Derby did beat Millwall 3-0 at home just a few weeks ago but the bookies have Millwall as favourites. Derby are almost backable at 2.80 (9/5) but I just prefer Both Teams To Score at 1.91 (10/11)
(Odds are subject to change)
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