Friday 22nd November 2019
Fulham v QPR
Six recent meetings, five have seen both teams score and five go Over 2.5 goals. QPR have not won in four but have won four games away from home this season. Fulham just lack a little consistency and are probably not a team to take a short price about, but Fulham to win and both teams to score is probably worth a small interest at 3.20.
Saturday 23rd November 2019
Bristol City v Nottm Forest
Forest have not won on their last six visits to Bristol City. Four of the last five meetings have been Under 2.5 goals, but only one of the last three at Ashton Gate. Bristol have lost one at home, Forest just one away and both are in good form. Bristol City to win at 2.30 and trade if they lead.
Derby v Preston
The last seven head to head were all Under 2.5 goals. At Pride Park the games ended 2-0, 1-0, 1-1 and 0-0. On current form, Preston are the better side, but Derby are stronger at home having won their last four there. Preston are the top scorers with thirty-one goals and at 2.60 they are a bit of value to keep their good form going.
Huddersfield v Birmingham
The last six meetings were all Under 2.5 goals. Three of the last five head to head at Huddersfield ended 1-1. Huddersfield look a different side now, but their seven-game unbeaten run was ended at Preston. Birmingham have lost their last two and have managed only one draw this season. The home side may have been underestimated here and 2.63 as a trading option is fair value.
Stoke v Wigan
Only two recent meetings, a 0-0 draw at Wigan and a 3-0 win for Wigan, away from home. Stoke have a new manager, Michael O’Neill at the helm and he was rewarded with a win at Barnsley. Whether he can galvanise a squad that looks mentally frail remains to be seen but his vast experience will help. Wigan are probably the only side in the division who have been as poor as Stoke so the home side will never have a better chance to string two wins together and they will have supporters at 1.83, but until we see more signs of a recovery, it is better to look elsewhere and for those of you desperate to get involved, chance Over 2.5 goals at 2.20.
Swansea v Millwall
Four relevant recent meetings of which Swansea have won three, but only one at home. Millwall have yet to win away this season but have managed four draws. Swansea are unbeaten in three but are not consistent. It might be worth chancing a Lay of Swansea at around 1.95 with a view to trading out.
West Brom v Sheff Wed
A bit of a surprise to find only two recent meetings at this level and both ended in score draws. West Brom have not lost at home but have had four draws, Wednesday have won three on the road, but none in their last three. I’m sure there will be goals here and Over 2.5 goals at 1.83 will do, in what could be a decent entertaining game.
Sunday 24th November 2019
Middlesbrough v Hull
Boro have won the last five head to head at home and have not lost to Hull in the last five overall head to head. Hull had a fine 3-0 win at Fulham, their third win on the bounce, but then lost at West Brom. Boro have not won in nine, managing four draws and it is difficult to recommend them, even with a great recent record against Hull, especially at 2.50. It might be worth chancing Under 2.5 goals at 2.00 with a view to trading if 30 mins goalless.
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