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Friday 25th August Bristol City v Aston Villa
Bristol City won this fixture 3-1 last season and I think there will be goals again based on this seasons performances so far. Both have played four league games and both have gone Over 2.5 goals in three of those four games and the two were involved in high scoring League Cup ties in midweek. Over 2.5 goals at 2.10 (11/10) with a view to Betfair Trading out if two first half goals if you feel more comfortable doing that.
Hull v Bolton
Only four recent meetings today and all were home wins which looks a solid bet this evening. Hull have scored in all four games so far and three of the four were Over 2.5 goals, Bolton have also scored in three of four with just two Over 2.5 goals. Bolton have drawn their two away games 0-0 and 1-1 and clearly set up as difficult to beat so can Hull do that? They have scored eight so far and played two tough sides in Wolves and Villa so they might be worth chancing as a Back to Lay, bet Hull to win and if they take the lead Lay back for your stake leaving any profit on a home win.
Saturday 26th August Nottingham Forest v Leeds
There is always an edge to this fixture and games are usually quite tight, three of the last six head to head were draws and five of those six were Under 2.5 goals. That does not tell the full story because in Nottingham the last five games have ended 3-1, 1-1, 1-1, 2-1 and 4-2 giving the home side the edge and goals. Forest have won three and drawn one plus won away at Newcastle in the Cup whilst Leeds are unbeaten winning two and two draws. If you can get the 1.90 (10/11) available in places about Over 2.5 goals that is worth considering but I prefer the 1.66 (4/6) about Both Teams To score.
Cardiff v QPR
Cardiff have looked sensational this season winning all four including at Wolves and this will be a tough test for QPR who have themselves started well with two wins and a draw. QPR must hope that their great record over Cardiff continues as the last six head to head have seen them win three and draw three. Cardiff to win but I can leave them alone at 1.73 (8/11).
Ipswich v Fulham
Ipswich have surprised many and have won all four whilst Fulham have yet to win with three draws and a loss. The bookmakers seem to think that Ipswich have had easier games as they quote Fulham as favourites to win despite being away from home. Even on the head to head. Six recent games have seen Ipswich win three, Fulham two and one draw. Four of those six were Over 2.5 goals. I cannot get away from the fact that Ipswich are unbeaten and played well at Crystal Palace in the Cup but we can back them at 3.30 (23/10) at home against a side that have not hit top form yet. We will try the same as the Hull game, by chancing a Back to Lay, bet Ipswich to win and if they take the lead Lay back for your stake leaving any profit on a home win.
Middlesbrough v Preston
This looks like a game for those of you who play Under 2.5 goals. Last season Boro won this 1-0 and the reverse fixture was 0-0 and this season they look even more solid under Gary Monk and will be tough to break down. They have won their two home games to nil and that could be worth chancing here. Preston themselves are solid defensively and have scored a goal in three of their games this year with a 0-0 draw. Do not expect end to end here and Middlesbrough to win to Nil is the call at 3.00 (2/1).
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