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Championship Trading Focus – Plenty going on in the Championship this weekend and we’ve got the best of the games covered with what we think are the best trading angles.
Just one thing to note, whilst we offer advice here each week, remember it is a trading advice so consider that when getting involved. If we suggest laying a short priced side and they go behind at any point, even after a few minutes, then we can trade out for a profit as that is what it is all about.
Friday 6th April 2018
Cardiff v Wolves
You could not pick a more important fixture at present in the Championship with Wolves on top but Cardiff just six points behind with a game in hand. Cardiff have a lot in their favour having won at Wolves in August and having beaten them at home three of the last four meetings today. They have not lost in thirteen and won seven and drawn one of their last eight including winning their last seven at home. Wolves have been brilliant all season but have lost two of the last four away and may just be feeling a long season with a 2-2 draw at home to Hull last night, setting them back further. Both are likely to go up this season but with Wolves being favourite I cannot help but be tempted by Cardiff at 3.10 who in my mind should be favourites for the game. The last four meetings today were all Over 2.5 goals which gives you a further option for trading.
Saturday 7th April 2018
Middlesbrough v Nottm Forest
Both sides have slipped up over Easter after decent runs, Boro losing to Wolves and Forest at Millwall. Before that Boro had won four and drawn two of the previous six and Forest drawn five and won two of their previous seven, four of those were 0-0. Middlesbrough need the points in their push for a play-off place and their strong home form should edge it their way and 1.66 seems a fair price to include in multi bets.
Millwall v Bristol City
Millwall have gone under the radar slightly but are now unbeaten in fourteen including their last twelve at home. They have a serious chance of making the play-offs and can dent tone of the chances of one of their rivals here. Bristol City have slipped up winning just two of their last eight and must get back to winning ways quickly. Both teams to score makes some appeal at 1.91 but I am also tempted by a small interest in Millwall at 2.20 and trade out if they lead.
Norwich v Aston Villa
Norwich don’t appear to have much left to play for so Villa who need the three points need to be strongly considered. The problem is that the bookmakers factor that into the prices leaving very little value but they may have slipped up slightly here. Villa must be backed at 2.75 with a view to trading if they lead especially with Norwich suffering three defeats in five and appearing to be at less than 100%. I cannot recommend under or over goals as Villa could lead and attempt to close the game out or they could go mad and try and improve their goal difference which could be vital later in the season.
Sheffield Wed v Fulham
Fulham continue in great form and beta Leeds 2-0 in midweek, taking their unbeaten run to eighteen games in which they have scored in them all. They have not lost in nine away and that looks like being extended here but they need to be on their guard as a resurgent Sheff Wed will be no pushover with three wins on the bounce scoring nine goals in the process. I wouldn’t normally go with an odds on shot away from home but I think Fulham will win and perhaps the best value may lie with both teams to score at 1.66.
(Odds are subject to change)
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