Friday 13th December 2019
Charlton v Hull
Just two meetings in the last four years both ending in home wins. Charlton are struggling to win and Hull despite inconsistency, are at least picking up results. Both teams to score at 1.61 looks a fair shout in a difficult game.
Saturday 14th December 2019
Birmingham v West Brom
Two recent meetings, West Brom won at home 3-2 and it was a 1-1 draw at St Andrews. Nobody wants to play West Brom at present as they are scoring for fun and look like real title contenders. West Brom have won their last four away without conceding and even though Birmingham had a good win away at Reading, it is hard to see them winning here. West Brom at 1.95 to win.
Brentford v Fulham
Eight meetings at this level and Brentford have only lost once winning two of the three most recent head to head at home. Fulham lost to Bristol City, but they are a decent side and Brentford have won three of their last four at home. Both teams to score at 1.73 looks fair.
Bristol City v Blackburn
Bristol City have won three and drawn two of the five most recent encounters. Bristol are unbeaten in eight and Blackburn in four, but Blackburn have lost four of their last five away games. Bristol City at 2.20 as a trading option looks a fair price but this will be no pushover.
Derby v Millwall
No obvious stand out stats but Millwall have only lost one of the last four head to head. Millwall got a late equaliser to draw 2-2 at home to Forest last week and Derby continued their poor away form with a 1-0 loss at Blackburn. Derby’s home form is saving their season, but this will be tough as Millwall have become tough to beat. Millwall have been backed for this already so any value has long gone with Under 2.5 goals at 1.70 a possible angle as a trading alternative.
Leeds v Cardiff
Cardiff have won the last three head to head, but Leeds had won the previous three. There has been no drawn game in the last ten meetings. Leeds have won their last six and are unbeaten in nine. Cardiff have won their last three but have won only one away all season, with five draws. Leeds have conceded one goal at home in their last five. Leeds cannot be backed at the price but Under 2.5 goals at 2.00 as a trading angle might pay off.
Nottm Forest v Sheff Wed
There has been no draw in the previous ten meetings between these two so Lay the draw disciples will be all over this game. Forest haven’t had a 0-0 at home this season and Wednesday the same away so keep it simple and Lay the Draw.
Stoke v Reading
Just the two recent meetings which both ended in draws, 0-0 here and 2-2 at Reading. Both are inconsistent but both have been scoring and conceding goals in recent games. Over 2.5 goals is perfectly plausible at 2.00 or both teams to score at 1.80 as an alternative, preference for the former.
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