Championship betting tips

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Championship betting tips: Gameweek 11

Week 11 of the 2019/20 Championship season is set to get underway on Friday evening as Birmingham host Middlesbrough.

Heading into the weekend Welsh outfit Swansea City sit top of the table.

At the other end of the table, Stoke remain dead bottom of the league.

Here are the predictions for every Championship game this weekend.

Birmingham vs Middlesbrough

Starting with the Friday evening tie, Birmingham are not in particularly good form.

They have lost their last three Championship outings.

However, they are up against a Middlesbrough side who look to be struggling under Jonathan Woodgate’s guidance.

After being in and around the play-off spots since their most recent relegation to the Championship, Boro now look as though they could be set for a relegation battle.

They head into the weekend down in 20th place with just one win from five.

Prediction: Birmingham 2-Middlesbrough 1

Fulham vs Charlton

After a slightly slow start to life back in the Championship Fulham’s form has begun to pick up.

Scott Parker’s side have not lost their last five Championship games, winning the last two.

But they will likely face a rather tough test this weekend vs Charlton.

Charlton are currently 8th in the league, just one point behind Fulham.

Prediction: Fulham 1-Charlton 1

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Nottingham Forest vs Brentford

Nottingham Forest have had a solid start to the new campaign.

They are currently flying high in the Championship, up in 4th place just two points off top spot.

This week sees them host Brentford in what should be a fairly routine win for them.

Brentford’s recent form is ok, going undefeated in three. But two of those games were draws and the one win was against a struggling Barnsley side.

Prediction: Nottingham Forest 2-Brentford 0

West Brom vs Cardiff

West Brom were finally handed their first league loss of the season earlier this week, losing 1-0 away to Leeds.

However, losing by one goal away to second place Leeds should be no call for concern for the Baggies.

And they will likely be back to winning ways this weekend at home to 10th place Cardiff.

Prediction: West Brom 1-Cardiff 0

Preston vs Barnsley

Preston head into the weekend’s action in 6th spot.

They have not lost any of their last five matches, even if three of those were draws.

But this game week sees them hosting Barnsley, a side 22nd in the league with just one win all season.

Prediction: Preston 2-Barnsley 0

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Swansea vs Stoke

Despite 10 games of the Championship season already taking place, Stoke are still winless.

They sit 24th in the league with a dismal two points.

That winless run is unlikely to end this weekend either as Stoke must travel to table-topping Swansea City.

Prediction: Swansea 3-Stoke 0

QPR vs Blackburn

QPR vs Blackburn should be a fairly even game.

Blackburn head into the tie in 12th place with 14 points while QPR are in 11th spot with 16 points.

Both sides form is pretty similar as well, with Blackburn winning two out of their last five compared to QPR’s three in five, although QPR have lost their last two.

Prediction: QPR 2-Blackburn 2

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Sheffield Wednesday vs Wigan

Garry Monk was handed his first loss as Sheffield Wednesday boss earlier this week vs Hull.

The Owls are now set to play host to Wigan Athletic.

Wigan are 19th in the league but they have won two of their last three.

Prediction: Sheffield Wednesday 1-Wigan 1

Bristol City vs Reading

Bristol City are currently 7th in the league, which isn’t too bad.

However, they have drawn four of their last five and if they wish to push into a play-off spot they need to start turning those draws into wins.

They should have the perfect chance to do so this weekend when they play host to a Reading side who are 21st in the league and have lost four of their last five.

Prediction: Bristol City 2-Reading 1

Millwall vs Leeds

Leeds would end West Brom’s unbeaten run earlier this week.

As a result, they are 2nd in the league and should be full of confidence heading into their game on Saturday.

Millwall are currently 18th in the Championship and winless in five.

Prediction: Millwall 0-Leeds 1

Huddersfield vs Hull

Huddersfield would finally pick up a league win earlier this week.

However, the Terriers probably shouldn’t get too carried away as that win came against Stoke, perhaps the only side in the league currently worse than Huddersfield.

Huddersfield are now set for a derby clash vs Hull City who are 13th in the league and undefeated in five.

Prediction: Huddersfield 1-Hull 2

Derby County vs Luton Town

Our final game of the weekend sees Derby County hosting Luton.

Derby are currently 16th in the Championship while Luton are 17th.

Luton have won two of their last five compared to Derby’s one in five but the Rams are undefeated in four.

This game will likely be close but Derby may just nick it.

Prediction: Derby 2-Luton 1

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Norwich City vs Aston Villa betting tips: Premier League match preview & predictions


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Championship outright odds: To win the title – constantly updated

Championship table – 2019/2020 – constantly updated

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1West Bromwich Albion116412113822
2Nottingham Forest11641169722
3Preston North End1163223121121
4Swansea City11632169721
5Leeds United11623157820
6Bristol City115511813520
7Fulham1154220101019
8Sheffield Wednesday11614169719
9Queens Park Rangers116141819-119
10Charlton Athletic115331512318
11Cardiff City114431616016
12Birmingham City115151114-316
13Derby County113621515015
14Blackburn Rovers114251315-214
15Millwall113531014-414
16Hull City113441416-213
17Brentford1133599012
18Luton Town113261520-511
19Wigan Athletic11326916-711
20Middlesbrough112451116-510
21Huddersfield Town112271218-68
22Reading112271117-68
23Barnsley11137822-146
24Stoke City111281122-115
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Championship to be promoted odds – constantly updated

Championship to be relegated odds – constantly updated

Championship top goal scorer odds – 2019/2020 – constantly updated

Player
Odds
Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) 3/1
Ollie Watkins (Brentford) 9/1
Borja Baston (Swansea) 10/1
Karlan Ahearne-Grant (Huddersfield) 12/1
Patrick Bamford (Leeds) 14/1
Nahki Wells (QPR) 16/1
Danny Johnson (Preston) 20/1
Lewis Grabban (Nottm Forest) 20/1
Jarrod Bowen (Hull) 28/1
Jordan Hugill (QPR) 28/1
Ricardo Ivan Cavaleiro (Fulham) 33/1
Britt Assombalonga (Middlesbrough) 33/1
Martyn Waghorn (Derby) 33/1
Andre Ayew (Swansea) 40/1
James Collins (Luton) 40/1
Steven Fletcher (Sheff Wed) 40/1
Kenneth Zohore (West Brom) 40/1
Eddie Nketiah (Leeds) 40/1
Lyle Taylor (Charlton) 50/1
Robert Glatzel (Cardiff) 50/1
Sean Maguire (Preston) 50/1
Bradley Dack (Blackburn) 50/1
Scott Hogan (Stoke) 50/1
Charlie Austin (West Brom) 50/1
Lukas Jutkiewicz (Birmingham) 66/1
Famara Diedhiou (Bristol City) 80/1
Tom Bradshaw (Millwall) 80/1
Cauley Woodrow (Barnsley) 80/1
Chris Martin (Derby) 80/1
Bryan Mbeumo (Brentford) 100/1
Anthony Knockaert (Fulham) 100/1
Jack Marriott (Derby) 100/1
Lee Gregory (Stoke) 100/1
Said Benrahma (Brentford) 100/1
George Puscas (Reading) 100/1
Lucas Joao (Reading) 125/1
Matt Smith (Millwall) 125/1
Pablo Hernadez (Leeds) 125/1
Alvaro Gimenez (Birmingham) 125/1
Joe Lolley (Nottm Forest) 125/1
Yakou Meite (Reading) 125/1
Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) 125/1
Bobby Reid (Fulham) 150/1
Sam Surridge (Swansea) 150/1
Fernando Forestieri (Sheff Wed) 150/1
Adam Armstrong (Blackburn) 150/1
Steve Mounie (Huddersfield) 150/1
Danny Ward (Cardiff) 150/1
Kieffer Moore (Wigan) 150/1
Marley Watkins (Bristol City) 150/1
Matt Phillips (West Brom) 200/1
Josh Windass (Wigan) 200/1
Eberechi Eze (QPR) 200/1
Tom Lawrence (Derby) 200/1
Sam Vokes (Stoke) 200/1
Danny Graham (Blackburn) 200/1
Jayden Stockley (Preston) 200/1
Jordan Rhodes (Sheff Wed) 200/1
Sam Gallagher (Blackburn) 200/1
Atdhe Nuhiu (Sheff Wed) 200/1
Wander Helder Costa (Leeds) 250/1
Kadeem Harris (Sheff Wed) 250/1
Adam Reach (Sheff Wed) 250/1
Rafa Mir (Nottm Forest) 250/1
Tom Eaves (Hull) 250/1
Danny Loader (Reading) 250/1
Tyrese Campbell (Stoke) 250/1
Tyler Roberts (Leeds) 300/1
Chuks Aneke (Charlton) 300/1
Joe Garner (Wigan) 300/1
Gary Madine (Cardiff) 300/1
Mallik Wilks (Barnsley) 300/1
Nick Powell (Stoke) 300/1
Hal Robson-Kanu (West Brom) 300/1
Isaac Mbenza (Huddersfield) 300/1
Omar Bogle (Cardiff) 300/1
Jamal Lowe (Wigan) 500/1
Mateusz Klich (Leeds) 500/1
Elliot Lee (Luton) 500/1
Albert Adomah (Nottm Forest) 500/1
Rudy Gestede (Middlesbrough) 500/1
Jamie Paterson (Derby) 500/1
Kristoffer Peterson (Swansea) 750/1
Ben Brereton (Blackburn) 1000/1
Sammie Szmodics (Bristol City) 1000/1