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Friday 18th October 2019
Cardiff v Sheff Wed
The last four head to head have all been Under 2.5 goals with the two games in Cardiff both ending 1-1. Cardiff’s seven match unbeaten run was ended at West Brom with a 4-2 defeat and Wednesday got back to winning ways, after losing at Hull, they beat Wigan at home. Cardiff will be popular at 2.25 on their own ground, but Wednesday are no pushovers and Under 2.5 goals at 1.80 is a better trading option.
Saturday 19th October 2019
Blackburn v Huddersfield
Blackburn are inconsistent and are not one for maximum faith at present. Huddersfield lost six on the trot but have followed that with a draw and two wins and may now be ready to kick on under their new manager. Three of the last four head to head were 1-1 draws with five of the last six meetings today ending level so that would be no surprise here. At around 1.95, a small lay of Blackburn is the trading option.
Brentford v Millwall
The last four head to head were all Under 2.5 goals which is not really surprising for a hard-fought London derby. Brentford have drawn three of their last four home games and Millwall three of their last four away. Chancing a small lay of the home side at 1.80 with a view to trading out if they go behind.
Charlton v Derby
I’m yet to be convinced by Derby, but they are unbeaten in five and Charlton who got off to a great start, have had a bit of a slip, but did fight well for a point at Fulham last time. Derby have had the better of recent encounters and have won here on two of their last three visits. Both teams to score at 1.66 looks the safest option here with a small correct score trade around 1-1.
Hull v QPR
After losing two games following a four-game winning streak, QPR got back to winning ways by beating Blackburn. Hull had been on a five-game unbeaten run before Huddersfield beat them and you wouldn’t trust either of these two at present. Probably best to go with goals as the last five head to head were all Over 2.5 goals and it could be worth chancing Over 3.5 goals at around 2.55 for a trading option.
Leeds v Birmingham
Leeds had looked unbeatable in the early part of the season, but they are still strong at home with just the defeat to Swansea blotting their copybook. Birmingham have been in and out but have managed two away wins and ended a three-match losing run by beating Middlesbrough. Birmingham have won the last three meetings today and three of the last five at Elland Road with one draw. Early odds of 9.00 about the away side have to be looked at for a small trading option or a small lay of Leeds at around 1.40.
Middlesbrough v West Brom
Middlesbrough won both meetings today last season but may struggle here on current form. Boro have lost three of their last four whilst West Brom have lost only once this season, at Leeds and have won six of their eleven games. Boro will not be 3.60 at home many times this season, but even that doesn’t appeal so Under 2.5 goals at 1.91 with a view to trading.
Stoke v Fulham
Stoke finally got three points with a fine win at Swansea and I said I would take them on until they won a game. Now is a watching brief to see if they can go on from here and this is a big test. Fulham are unbeaten in six, four of those were draws. Most recent meetings today were in the Premier League and the last seven head to head all ended in home wins. Over 2.5 goals at 2.00 will do here as it is hard to believe Fulham will not score and Stoke have scored four in three games.
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