Championship bets for this weekend’s fixture list which begins on Friday night. We’re focusing on Saturday’s matches and have picked out three betting tips which pays 4.94/1 with Ladbrokes
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This lunchtime kick off should be a cracking watch. QPR have been excellent in recent weeks and Mark Warburton has got his young side playing some exceptional football. Eberechi Eze is undoubtedly the star of the show although Nahki Wells appears to be back to his best. The West Londoners have won four on the spin, and they’ve scored ten times in that run. Their downfall appears to be at the back where they have failed to keep a clean sheet so far this campaign. Likewise, WBA have been in decent form, and the Baggies remain unbeaten under Slaven Bilic. They are also yet to keep a clean sheet this season, and they look highly suceptible to set-pieces. Semi Ajayi has looked a real threat in the opposition box although he hasn’t quite convinced in his primary role. This fixture ended 2-3 here last season, and the Rs were beaten 7-1 by the Baggies at the Hawthorns in August 2018. It is unlikely to be quite as one-sided this time around, however this should be a highly entertaining contest, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see a few defensive mistakes along the way.
The Blues are a big price to win this game, although it is much safer to back them on the DNB. Derby have struggled so far this season with their only victory coming against rock-bottom Hudderfield on the opening weekend of the campaign. They are yet to enjoy success at home with three draws and a defeat at Pride Park so far. The club won’t be helped by the news that Richard Keogh has picked up a serious injury, and will not feature for a number of months. Tom Lawrence and Mason Bennett have also been in the news this week for off-the-field events, and it’s not been a good week for the Rams from a PR perspective. Birmingham aren’t a brilliant side, but they’ve won twice on the road (both 1-0), and they seem to be efficient at seeing out games IF they can score the first goal of the match. Brum could take advantage of a fragile Derby side and collect something from this encounter.
There are rarely many goals between these two sides, and with just two strikes in the last three meetings – this is unlikely to be one for the neutrals. Boro are still struggling to adapt to life under Jonathon Woodgate, and don’t seem to be able find the back of the net. They’ve scored eight in eight, but have conceded on just nine occasions. That leaves them hopelessly mid-table, and their water-tight defence is just about keeping their heads above water. Their only two victories so far this season have both arrived at the Riverside, and they’ve both been by a 1-0 score-line. Sheffield Wednesday created plenty of chances against Fulham, yet they could only draw 1-1. Garry Monk will be determined to get one over on his former employers, and set-pieces may be the way forward here. His side also look fairly efficient at the back, and defences could come out on top in this one.
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