Championship betting tips

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Championship betting tips: Gameweek 29

Week 29 of the 2019/20 Championship season is set to get underway on Tuesday the 21st of January.

But due to the FA Cup taking place in the week commencing the 20th of January, game week 29 of the Championship campaign is stretched out over the space of seven days.

Barnsley vs Preston and Middlesbrough vs Birmingham kicks off GW29 on the 21st of January with the game week drawing to a close on Tuesday the 28th of January.

Heading into this game week, it is West Brom who occupy top spot in England’s second division whilst Luton remain in 24th place.

Here are all 101’s predictions for the upcoming Championship action.

Barnsley vs Preston

Our first game of the week sees Barnsley playing host to Preston.

Barnsley head into the tie knowing a win on Tuesday could well lift them out of the bottom three.

And three points for the Yorkshire outfit could be possible with Preston winning just one of their last five Championship outings.

However, Preston are still 9th in the Championship and will likely prove a tough test for the relegation battlers.

Prediction: Barnsley 1-Preston 1

Middlesbrough vs Birmingham

Middlesbrough’s mini unbeaten run in the Championship came to an end this past Friday as Jonathan Woodgate’s side lost 1-0 to Fulham.

Boro were well and truly outplayed on Friday and Fulham could have easily won by a much higher margin.

But despite their recent blip, Middlesbrough should be able to get back to winning ways this weekend at home to Birmingham.

Birmingham have won just one of their previous five league ties.

Prediction: Middlesbrough 1-Birmingham 0

Charlton vs Fulham

As mentioned above, Fulham’s fine form continued this past game week vs Boro.

Scott Parker’s side have now lost just once in five Championship games and they are edging closer to an automatic-promotion spot.

And Fulham should be able to continue their positive form this week as they take on a Charlton side who are winless in four.

Prediction: Charlton 0-Fulham 2

Nottingham Forest vs Reading

Both Nottingham Forest and Reading are in action twice this game week as this tie is a fixture that was not played in GW14.

Heading into their first clash of GW29, both Forest and Reading are in solid form.

Nottingham Forest have won four of their last five league games, drawing the remaining tie whilst Reading have lost just one in five.

But given Forest have been in much better form than 16th place Reading all season, a win for the home side does look the more likely outcome.

Prediction: Nottingham Forest 1-Reading 0

Stoke vs Swansea

Should Stoke fail to win this tie, they could well find themselves back in the relegation zone.

But with Swansea undefeated in four and back up to 6th in the league, a victory for Stoke does seem somewhat unlikely.

Stoke’s form has been pretty inconsistent recently with their last clash seeing them draw 0-0 with 10-man Millwall.

Prediction: Stoke 0-Swansea 1

Cardiff vs West Brom

Cardiff’s initial managerial bounce under Neil Harris seems to have worn off.

The Welsh outfit have picked up just one victory in their previous five Championship games.

And their poor run will likely continue this game week vs table-topping West Brom.

Prediction: Cardiff 0-West Brom 2

Hull vs Huddersfield

Bitter rivals Hull City and Huddersfield Town will face off this game week.

Neither side is in great form heading into the tie.

But given Hull are at home and well above Huddersfield in the table, they may just nick a win.

Prediction: Hull 2-Huddersfield 1

Wigan vs Sheffield Wednesday

Both Wigan and Sheffield Wednesday are in dire form.

The Owls have lost four of their previous five league games with Wigan losing three in five.

So, this fixture is unlikely to be a classic but given Sheffield Wednesday are well above 23rd place Wigan in the table, they may just edge it.

Prediction: Wigan 1-Sheffield Wednesday 2

Leeds v Millwall

Leeds’ dip in form continued this past weekend as they were dealt a rather shocking 1-0 defeat at the hands of QPR.

The Yorkshire outfit are now just four points clear of 3rd place Fulham and can’t really afford to drop any more points this GW.

However, Leeds must play host to an in-form Millwall side who are undefeated in five and up to 7th in the table.

Prediction: Leeds 1-Millwall 1

BRISTOL, ENGLAND – AUGUST 04:Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa during the Sky Bet Championship match between Bristol City and Leeds United at Ashton Gate on August 04, 2019 in Bristol, England. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

Luton Town vs Derby

Luton once again lost this past weekend, this time at the hands of Nottingham Forest.

The recently-promoted side are dead bottom of the Championship and look extremely likely to be honing their craft in League One next term.

Meanwhile, Derby are undefeated in five and should have no problems seeing off Luton.

Prediction: Luton 0-Derby 2

Blackburn vs QPR

Blackburn put an end to their poor run with a 5-0 hammering of Sheffield Wednesday this past weekend.

However, they will likely face a much tougher test this GW.

QPR should be full of confidence heading into this game because, as mentioned above, they beat 2nd place Leeds in their last tie.

Prediction: Blackburn 1-QPR 1

Brentford vs Nottingham Forest

Forest’s second fixture this game week sees them travel to Brentford.

Like Forest, Brentford are in great form and this tie should be very close.

Brentford are currently 4th in the Championship after losing just once in their previous five league games.

Prediction: Brentford 2-Nottingham Forest 2

Reading vs Bristol City

Our final game of the week sees Reading and Bristol City facing off.

Bristol City are starting to put together a decent run of results, winning three of their last four Championship games.

And given Reading have failed to win their last two ties, a Bristol City win could be on the cards.

Prediction: Reading 0-Bristol City 1

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1West Bromwich Albion281411350311953
2Leeds United28157643241952
3Fulham FC29147842301249
4Nottingham Forest28139639281148
5Brentford FC28145944212347
6Preston North End2913794234846
7Swansea City2812973431345
8Millwall FC28111163632444
9Bristol City2812884240244
10Sheffield Wednesday28126103931842
11Blackburn Rovers28117104035540
12Hull City28116114036439
13Cardiff City2891273941-239
14Queens Park Rangers28115124651-538
15Reading FC28107113532337
16Derby County2891092936-737
17Middlesbrough FC29811102936-735
18Birmingham City2997133546-1134
19Charlton Athletic2979133741-430
20Huddersfield Town2878133144-1329
21Stoke City2884163442-828
23Wigan Athletic2858152543-1823
24Luton Town2863193461-2721
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Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) 11/8
Ollie Watkins (Brentford) 2/1
Jarrod Bowen (Hull) 5/1
Lewis Grabban (Nottm Forest) 9/1
Nahki Wells (QPR) 25/1
Karlan Ahearne-Grant (Huddersfield) 40/1
Bryan Mbeumo (Brentford) 40/1
Patrick Bamford (Leeds) 50/1
Charlie Austin (West Brom) 66/1
Andre Ayew (Swansea) 66/1
Eberechi Eze (QPR) 80/1
Tom Barkhuizen (Preston) 80/1
Lukas Jutkiewicz (Birmingham) 100/1
Borja Baston (Swansea) 100/1
Tom Bradshaw (Millwall) 100/1
Martyn Waghorn (Derby) 100/1
Said Benrahma (Brentford) 100/1
Steven Fletcher (Sheff Wed) 100/1
Cauley Woodrow (Barnsley) 150/1
Lyle Taylor (Charlton) 150/1
Britt Assombalonga (Middlesbrough) 150/1
Sean Maguire (Preston) 150/1
Hal Robson-Kanu (West Brom) 150/1
Jordan Hugill (QPR) 150/1
Robert Glatzel (Cardiff) 150/1
Ricardo Ivan Cavaleiro (Fulham) 200/1
James Collins (Luton) 200/1
George Puscas (Reading) 200/1
Macauley Bonne (Charlton) 200/1
Famara Diedhiou (Bristol City) 200/1
Josh Da Silva (Brentford) 200/1
Jack Marriott (Derby) 200/1
Atdhe Nuhiu (Sheff Wed) 200/1
Jed Wallace (Millwall) 200/1
Lee Gregory (Stoke) 250/1
Anthony Knockaert (Fulham) 250/1
Andreas Weimann (Bristol City) 250/1
Fernando Forestieri (Sheff Wed) 250/1
Lucas Joao (Reading) 250/1
Jordan Rhodes (Sheff Wed) 250/1
Danny Johnson (Preston) 250/1
Kenneth Zohore (West Brom) 250/1
Rhian Brewster (Swansea) 250/1
Joe Lolley (Nottm Forest) 250/1
Sam Vokes (Stoke) 500/1
Kieffer Moore (Wigan) 500/1
Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) 500/1
Sam Gallagher (Blackburn) 500/1
Bobby Reid (Fulham) 500/1
Tom Lawrence (Derby) 500/1
Adam Armstrong (Blackburn) 500/1
Conor Chaplin (Barnsley) 500/1
Matt Phillips (West Brom) 500/1
Steve Mounie (Huddersfield) 500/1
Danny Ward (Cardiff) 1000/1
Rafa Mir (Nottm Forest) 1000/1
Tyrese Campbell (Stoke) 1000/1
Danny Graham (Blackburn) 1000/1
Chris Martin (Derby) 1000/1
Alvaro Gimenez (Birmingham) 1000/1
Pablo Hernadez (Leeds) 1000/1
Wayne Rooney (Derby) 1000/1
Yakou Meite (Reading) 1000/1
Matt Smith (Millwall) 1000/1
Jayden Stockley (Preston) 1000/1
Joe Garner (Wigan) 1000/1
Wander Helder Costa (Leeds) 1000/1
Adam Reach (Sheff Wed) 1000/1