Championship betting tips

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Championship betting tips: Gameweek 17

The final international break of 2019 is slowly drawing to a close, which means club football will finally be back on our screens this weekend.

Week 17 of the 2019/20 Championship campaign will kick off this coming Friday as Fulham host QPR.

Heading into the weekend’s action it is West Brom who are currently occupying top spot in England’s second division while Barnsley are sat in 24th place.

Here are all 101’s predictions for this week’s Championship action.

Fulham vs QPR

We begin with Friday evening’s action as Fulham host QPR.

Scott Parker’s side head into the clash 7th in the Championship, just two points adrift of a play-off spot.

However, their recent form has not been too great, winning just one in three.

As for QPR, they are down to 10th after failing to secure a victory in four league outings.

And after failing to beat a very poor Middlesbrough side in their last game, it is hard to see them getting anything vs Fulham.

Prediction: Fulham 2-QPR 1

Charlton vs Cardiff

Our next game sees newly-promoted Charlton hosting Cardiff.

Charlton are in fairly dismal form prior to facing Cardiff, having failed to win their last four Championship games.

As for the Welsh outfit, they too had been struggling for form recently but having new boss Neil Harris at the helm on Saturday may produce a positive result for Cardiff.

Prediction: Charlton 0-Cardiff 1

West Brom vs Sheffield Wednesday

As mentioned above, West Brom are currently sat top of the Championship.

However, as is often the case in this league, things are very tight and the Baggies could easily slip down to 3rd, should they lose this weekend.

But a win does seem the most likely outcome for Slaven Bilic’s men on Saturday as Sheffield Wednesday have won just one in five.

Prediction: West Brom 2-Sheffield Wednesday 0

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Blackburn vs Barnsley

Blackburn’s nosedive down the Championship table continued in game week 16 as they lost to Leeds.

Blackburn are now down to 18th in the Championship and in danger of being sucked into a relegation battle.

However, they should be able to end their poor run of form this weekend against 24th place Barnsley.

Prediction: Blackburn 1-Barnsley 0

Derby vs Preston

Preston are in fine form as they prepare to travel to Derby County.

They start the weekend 2nd in the Championship with three wins from their last three ties.

Derby, on the other hand, are 16th in the league with one win in three.

Prediction: Derby 1-Preston 2

Brentford vs Reading

After a slow start to the campaign, Brentford have experienced a real upturn in form recently.

Out of their last five league games, Brentford have emerged from four of them with a victory.

Reading are also experiencing a similarly positive run, going undefeated in their previous four Championship ties.

So, this game will likely prove fairly tough to call.

Prediction: Brentford 1-Reading 1

Swansea vs Millwall

Swansea’s recent displays haven’t been too enthralling.

The Welsh outfit have dropped points against Sheffield Wednesday and Brentford and barley beat Cardiff and Wigan.

Swansea are still 4th in the league but they need to up their levels somewhat or risk falling out of the automatic promotion race.

15th place Millwall will likely prove a tough test for Swansea but they should get the job done.

Prediction: Swansea 1-Millwall 0

Bristol City vs Nottingham Forest

Both Bristol City and Nottingham Forest are battling it out for a play-off spot.

Currently, both sides have a total of 28 points but Forest are above 6th place Bristol due to their superior goal difference.

Bristol and Nottingham Forest are in pretty similar form as well, meaning this clash will likely be tight.

Prediction: Bristol City 2-Nottingham Forest 2

Huddersfield vs Birmingham

Huddersfield’s excellent unbeaten run came to an end last game week when they lost away to high-flying Preston.

But the Terriers should be able to get back to winning ways this coming weekend vs 13th place Birmingham.

Birmingham have lost their last two and should Huddersfield perform how they had been prior to Preston, Danny Cowley’s men could emerge with all three points.

Prediction: Huddersfield 1-Birmingham 0

Stoke vs Wigan

Stoke remain in the relegation zone ahead of game week 17, despite picking up a win over 24th place Barnsley last time out.

The Potters may be able to build on that victory this weekend vs Wigan.

20th place Wigan are winless in four and edging closer to the relegation zone.

Prediction: Stoke 2-Wigan 1

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Luton vs Leeds

Leeds are unbeaten in five Championship fixtures and in touching distance of an automatic promotion spot.

The North Yorkshire outfit should have no problems picking up another win this coming weekend.

Leeds’ opponents Luton are 21st in the table and have lost their last four.

Prediction: Luton 0-Leeds 2

Middlesbrough vs Hull

Our final game of the week sees Middlesbrough hosting Hull on Sunday.

Boro head into the tie in simply awful form.

Jonathan Woodgate’s side have earned just two victories in the Championship this season and it is hard to see them getting anything out of the Hull game.

Hull are 12th in the Championship after winning three of their last four.

Prediction: Middlesbrough 0-Hull 1

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Championship outright odds: To win the title – constantly updated

Team
Odds

Championship table – 2019/2020 – constantly updated

#TeamMPWDLFADP
1West Bromwich Albion1696129171233
2Preston North End1694331171431
3Leeds United169432191231
4Swansea City168532216629
5Nottingham Forest158432013728
6Bristol City167722521428
7Fulham FC167542417726
8Sheffield Wednesday167452114725
9Brentford FC167362113824
10Queens Park Rangers167362630-424
11Charlton Athletic166462219322
12Hull City166462321222
13Birmingham City167181621-522
14Cardiff City165652323021
15Millwall FC165651922-321
16Derby County165651821-321
17Reading FC155371920-118
18Blackburn Rovers165382024-418
19Huddersfield Town164481824-616
20Wigan Athletic164391324-1115
21Luton Town1642102230-814
22Middlesbrough FC162771321-813
23Stoke City1632111729-1211
24Barnsley161691633-179
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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) 11/8
Ollie Watkins (Brentford) 11/2
Karlan Ahearne-Grant (Huddersfield) 8/1
Jarrod Bowen (Hull) 11/1
Lewis Grabban (Nottm Forest) 20/1
Patrick Bamford (Leeds) 25/1
Nahki Wells (QPR) 25/1
Britt Assombalonga (Middlesbrough) 33/1
Tom Bradshaw (Millwall) 40/1
Borja Baston (Swansea) 40/1
Jordan Hugill (QPR) 50/1
Eddie Nketiah (Leeds) 50/1
Bryan Mbeumo (Brentford) 50/1
Cauley Woodrow (Barnsley) 66/1
Andreas Weimann (Bristol City) 66/1
Bradley Dack (Blackburn) 66/1
Charlie Austin (West Brom) 66/1
Andre Ayew (Swansea) 66/1
Ricardo Ivan Cavaleiro (Fulham) 80/1
Steven Fletcher (Sheff Wed) 80/1
Martyn Waghorn (Derby) 80/1
Kenneth Zohore (West Brom) 80/1
Tom Barkhuizen (Preston) 80/1
Said Benrahma (Brentford) 80/1
Lukas Jutkiewicz (Birmingham) 100/1
George Puscas (Reading) 100/1
Lyle Taylor (Charlton) 100/1
Eberechi Eze (QPR) 100/1
Danny Johnson (Preston) 100/1
Sean Maguire (Preston) 100/1
Robert Glatzel (Cardiff) 100/1
James Collins (Luton) 100/1
Famara Diedhiou (Bristol City) 100/1
Matt Phillips (West Brom) 100/1
Lee Gregory (Stoke) 100/1
Macauley Bonne (Charlton) 125/1
Fernando Forestieri (Sheff Wed) 150/1
Anthony Knockaert (Fulham) 150/1
Chris Martin (Derby) 150/1
Sam Surridge (Swansea) 150/1
Kieffer Moore (Wigan) 150/1
Lucas Joao (Reading) 150/1
Steve Mounie (Huddersfield) 200/1
Joe Lolley (Nottm Forest) 200/1
Marley Watkins (Bristol City) 200/1
Bobby Reid (Fulham) 200/1
Pablo Hernadez (Leeds) 200/1
Sam Gallagher (Blackburn) 200/1
Adam Armstrong (Blackburn) 200/1
Danny Ward (Cardiff) 200/1
Jack Marriott (Derby) 200/1
Tom Lawrence (Derby) 200/1
Tyrese Campbell (Stoke) 200/1
Scott Hogan (Stoke) 250/1
Ashley Fletcher (Middlesbrough) 250/1
Danny Graham (Blackburn) 250/1
Jordan Rhodes (Sheff Wed) 250/1
Alvaro Gimenez (Birmingham) 250/1
Atdhe Nuhiu (Sheff Wed) 250/1
Rafa Mir (Nottm Forest) 250/1
Hal Robson-Kanu (West Brom) 250/1
Yakou Meite (Reading) 250/1
Matt Smith (Millwall) 250/1
Sam Vokes (Stoke) 250/1
Jamal Lowe (Wigan) 500/1
Elliot Lee (Luton) 500/1
Albert Adomah (Nottm Forest) 500/1
Gary Madine (Cardiff) 500/1
Mallik Wilks (Barnsley) 500/1
Danny Loader (Reading) 500/1
Jamie Paterson (Derby) 750/1
Omar Bogle (Cardiff) 750/1
Adam Reach (Sheff Wed) 1000/1
Jayden Stockley (Preston) 1000/1
Rudy Gestede (Middlesbrough) 1000/1
Josh Windass (Wigan) 1000/1
Tyler Roberts (Leeds) 1000/1
Wander Helder Costa (Leeds) 1000/1
Joe Garner (Wigan) 1000/1
Mateusz Klich (Leeds) 1000/1