English Championship Trading Focus
Friday 16th August 2019
Huddersfield v Fulham
Two meetings in the Premier League last season both ended with 1-0 home wins and six previous meetings were at this level, with four wins for Fulham and two draws. Fulham saw off Blackburn at home and Huddersfield got a hard-earned point at QPR. Those of you who like to play Unders, can get 1.91 but I just prefer to trade some correct scores around 1-1 and 1-0.
Saturday 17th August 2019
Barnsley v Charlton
These two have recent form in League One and both of last year’s games ended in home wins. On the evidence of last weekend, Charlton are much the better side and whilst they are in form we should stay with them as Barnsley were poor at Sheff Wed. Either lay the home side at 2.00 or chance Charlton again at 4.00.
Blackburn v Middlesbrough
Always a tight fixture this with five of the last ten meetings ending level and eight of those ten games were Under 2.5 goals. The recent encounters in Blackburn ended 0-1, 2-1, 0-0 and 1-0 so they were also close. Back 1-1 and 2-2 correct scores to trade.
Brentford v Hull
Only six recent head to head with Hull winning four of them, three of them at home. No obvious stats on goals so current form is what we need to concentrate on. Brentford were poor on the opening day but stunned Middlesbrough at the Riverside and Hull won well at home but are not so good on the road. Brentford to win at 1.66 and trade for stake if they lead.
Bristol City v QPR
Bristol City have had the better of recent encounters, winning four and one draw in the last five meetings and they have also won the last three head to head at Ashton Gate. This is a tough one to call and both teams to score at 1.83.
Nottm Forest v Birmingham
The last five head to head in Nottingham have all seen both teams score with four of the five games Over 2.5 goals. Both drew 1- 1 last weekend and it wouldn’t be the biggest surprise to see that happen again here. Over 2.5 goals at 2.10 with a view to trading if two first half goals.
Stoke v Derby
Just two recent meetings with the sides drawing 0-0 at Pride Park and Stoke winning at home by 2-1. Stoke again looked poor at Charlton whilst Derby missed a penalty at home to Swansea and were held to a 0-0 draw. Stoke will be popular at 2.25 but I think this will be close and Derby are worth a small interest at 3.40.
Swansea v Preston
Just the two recent meetings, both last season, with Swansea winning 1-0 at home and a 1-1 draw at Preston. Preston got their act together at home and need to do the same on the road. Both teams to score at 1.73.
Wigan v Leeds
Wigan de-railed Leeds Premiership aspirations last season by beating them at Elland Road and sending them on a losing run that saw them end in the play-offs. The stand out stat from these two is that in the last six meetings, there have been four away wins and two draws. Leeds were pegged back by Forest late on and Wigan got a bit of a thumping off Preston who looked much better than they had the previous week. Again it looks like both to score at 1.80.
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