Friday 13th September 2019
Derby v Cardiff
In the overall last eight head to head, four were Under, four were Over, with Derby winning four and two draws. The games in Derby ended 3-1, 3-4, 2-0, 2-2 and 1-1. Neither side have caught fire yet and the obvious shout here is a draw, however I think there has to be goals here and that will do at 1.80.
Saturday 14th September 2019
Fulham v West Brom
All the recent meetings between these two have been in the Premier League with four of the last six games ending level. West Brom are unbeaten so far with three wins and three draws, all close games, and both teams scored in all six. Fulham have looked fairly decent but were turned over by Forest in their last home game. A tough call here, but a small Lay of Fulham at 2.05 looks the trading option.
Hull v Wigan
Two recent meetings both ended 2-1 to the home side. Hull and Wigan have won just once this season, but both have struggled in their other games. Home advantage should be key here, but Wigan are no mugs and both teams to score at 1.73 is a decent option.
Middlesbrough v Reading
Boro have won the last five head to head, and the last three at home by a 2-1 scoreline. They really need to start making home advantage tell and 2.10 for a home win is a fair-trading option, the other possibility is Under the goals as the three Boro home games this season were all Under.
Preston v Brentford
There have been eight recent meetings at this level with seven going Over 2.5 goals with five going Over 3.5 goals. Six of the games saw both teams score with the four games at Preston ending 4-3, 2-3, 4-2 and 1-3. We could go with Over 2.5 goals at 1.80 and a small interest in Over 3.5 goals at 3.20 as trading options.
Swansea v Nottm Forest
Unbeaten Swansea take on a Forest side who have lost just once. The two have just two recent meetings, with one draw and a 2-1 win for Forest at the City Ground. Swansea will be popular at 1.91 and I could not put anyone off that, but a safer option may be both teams to score at 1.73.
Monday 15th September 2019
Huddersfield v Sheff Wed
A Yorkshire derby that is usually close and four games have ended in draws in the last eight head to head. Of those games, seven ended Under 2.5 goals, so it may be best not to complicate this too much and go with Under 2.5 goals at 1.73 or trade correct scores around 0-1 and 1-1.
Barnsley v Leeds
Another Yorkshire derby where Leeds have had the better in recent seasons with four wins and a draw in the last six head to head and two wins on their last three visits to Barnsley. Three of the last four head to head have been Over 2.5 goals. Leeds are better than Barnsley, but it is at Oakwell, so that brings them closer together. Leeds should not be bet at 1.44 but personally I could only lay them as a small trading option with a hope that Barnsley could nick one or hold out until half-time.
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