Championship Trading Focus: 29th Feb 2020

Championship Football Betting Guide

Saturday 29th February 2020

Hull v Leeds

One of the teams has failed to score in the last five head to head. Three of the last five games in Hull ended level. Leeds have stopped the bad run with a draw and two wins, whilst Hull have now not won in eight. Leeds need to press on and that in itself makes them more vulnerable especially at 1.57, so they have to be a small Lay as a trading angle.

Blackburn v Swansea

Only three head to head, both teams scored in all three with two ending level. Blackburn have lost only one in eight, Swansea just one in five, but three of those were draws. Both teams to score at 1.80 seems a solid play here.

Cardiff v Brentford

Cardiff have won three of the last four meetings, and also the last three head to head at home. They had been unbeaten in seven before losing 2-0 at Stoke last weekend. Brentford have drawn their last three and have lost only one in nine. Based purely on those stats, aback to Lay on Cardiff at 3.40 is the way to go.

Fulham v Preston

The last six head to head were all Over 2.5 goals and both teams scored. Two of the three meetings at Fulham ended level. Fulham have not won in three, Preston have lost just one in eight games. Fulham are not for me at odds on, a better trade is Over 2.5 goals at 1.91.

Reading v Barnsley

Three of the last four meetings were draws. The other stats tell us nothing standout. Barnsley have won two on the bounce ad given themselves a chance to escape the relegation zone, and Reading have won only one in nine, finding it difficult to take all three points. As a trading angle, a Lay of Reading at 2.00 is maybe the way to go here.

QPR v Birmingham

Four of the last six meetings ended in away wins, but only one of the last four at QPR. Following three defeats, QPR have now had two draws and a win. Birmingham are unbeaten in eight games, four wins and four draws and have scored in all eight. There has to be goals here so Over 2.5 goals at 1.80.

West Brom v Wigan

Three recent head to head, all Under 2.5 goals. West Brom easily beat Bristol City and are unbeaten in five, but Wigan have lost just one in six and have found some form. The pressure is growing on West Brom and Leeds, but The Baggies look to be handling it better and they should win here so 2.63 to win to Nil looks a fair angle.

Sheff Wed v Derby

The last six head to head have seen two wins apiece and two draws. Four of the six were Under 2.5 goals. Derby drew 1-1 with Fulham whilst Wednesday drew 3-3 at Birmingham, having led until injury time. This looks like a game for correct score trading try 1-1 and 2-2 for a green book.

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