Championship Trading Focus: 27th-28th Sept 2019

Championship Football Betting Guide


Friday 27th September 2019

Fulham v Wigan

Three of the four recent head to head ended level and Fulham have drawn their last three which makes the price of 1.50 to win a bit skinny. Wigan have only one point away from home and this is a big test so it may be best to leave the win market alone. Can Wigan score? They have scored in two of their four away games and in four of eight matches this season so I cannot recommend BTTS at 1.73. I would be tempted to Lay 0-0 in the HT correct score market as there is a high chance of a first half goal, three of the four Fulham home games and all four of Wigan’s away games, had a first half goal.


Stoke v Nottm Forest


Stoke have still managed only two draws all season and Forest are unbeaten in seven, so no contest on current form. Only two recent meetings, a 2-0 win for Stoke ad a 0-0 draw in Nottingham. As you may be aware, I cannot have Stoke and see a new manager coming soon, so chance Forest at 3.30 with a view to trading.


Saturday 28th September 2019

QPR v West Brom


There should be goals here between two in form sides, West Brom have not lost this season and QPR have won their last four. Just two meetings recently, both last season, West Brom won both, 7-1 at home and 3-2 away. Both teams have scored in seven of the eight QPR games and in all eight of the West Brom games. Over 2.5 goals at 1.73 looks a fair option.


Derby v Birmingham


Derby have not won since the opening game, but they have managed five draws and are tough to beat. Birmingham have won four times this season but are inconsistent. Seven of the last ten meetings between the two were Over 2.5 goals and Derby have lost only one of those ten, drawing four of those. You could lay Derby at 2.10 with a view to trading but BTTS at 1.83 looks a better option.


Hull v Cardiff


Cardiff are getting their act together and are now unbeaten in five, with two draws in their last two away games. Hull are unbeaten in three but have struggled at home. The last four head to head have been Under 2.5 goals with two wins apiece. Under 2.5 goals at 2.00 looks the best trading option.


Preston v Bristol City


Two excellent in form teams, Preston unbeaten in five, Bristol City unbeaten in seven. Preston have won all four home games, Bristol City their last three away. Preston have won two and drawn two of the last four head to head in Preston. Over 2.5 goals at 1.91 looks a fair option, as long as they don’t cancel each other out, which is unlikely as they both play attacking football.


Swansea v Reading


Reading have lost their last three and five of their eight games this season. Swansea won their first three home games before losing to Forest. Only two relevant head to head, both last season, that ended in wins for Swansea, 2-0 at home and 4-1 away at Reading. Swansea to get back on track at 1.83 with a view to trading.


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