Friday 29th March 2019
West Brom v Birmingham
West Brom are unbeaten in three and Birmingham have lost their last four. The two have only one recent meeting at this level, a 1-1 draw earlier in the season. West Brom need to win to continue their push for promotion but at 1.80 they make no appeal so both teams to score at 1.83 seems better value.
Saturday 30th March 2019
Aston Villa v Blackburn
Aston Villa look like a team on a mission and the break cam at a bad time for them as they have won their last four and are unbeaten in five. Blackburn have lost four of their last six and seven of their last nine. Aston Villa to win -1 on the handicap at 2.60.
Ipswich v Hull
Hull have lost their last five away and Ipswich have not won in eleven so who can break the sequence? Ipswich have at least found a little form with draws in six of their last seven games, all 1-1. Hull have at least won on their last four visits to Ipswich and this is a tough game to get an angle on. Probably the safest option is both teams to score at 1.85.
Leeds v Millwall
Leeds continue their push for an automatic promotion place and need to bounce back from their defeat to Sheff Utd, but they have won three of their last four. They have also won four of the last five head to head in Leeds and with Millwall losing four of their last five, this looks a banker home win. Try trading 2-0 and 2-1 on the correct scores looking for a green book.
Reading v Preston
Preston have not lost in twelve and won their last six away from home. Reading have won three and drawn two of their last six at home so this could be entertaining. There has been no draw in eight recent head to head, so the suggestion is to trade the Lay the draw.
Sheff Utd v Bristol City
Sheffield have not lost in ten and have won their last eight games at home. They have not conceded in their last seven at home, so we have an interesting match-up, as Bristol City have scored in their last eight away. Four of the last five head to head were Over 2.5 goals but try both teams to score at 1.91.
Middlesbrough v Norwich
Boro have lost their last three and Norwich won their last six so there is no doubt who is the form team and at 2.50 they must be considered as they score goals. In seven recent head to head, six were Under 2.5 goals but that is a dangerous play with this Norwich side. An away win to inflict more misery on Middlesbrough.
Wigan v Brentford
Wigan have been up and down and finally won a game following four draws and three losses when they beat Bolton. Brentford have lost their last two but had previously won four of the previous seven. Wigan have been strong at home, winning three and drawing three of their last six. At 3.20 Wigan can be considered as a back to Lay but both teams to score at 1.61 is probably better value.
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