Blackburn-Middlesbrough X2| 1.50
Hosts Wigan certainly want to do better than last season, when they only finished the championship in 18th place with 52 points. On the other side there is Neil Warnock’s Cardiff, relegated from the Premier League last season, despite fighting until the final days. So the Welsh want to get off to a good start straight away and regain confidence.
A challenge to be experienced, in which Wigan will try to immediately make an important trip. The prediction can be directed towards the 1X mark quoted at 1.48 by Eurobet, while alternatively to go for a high odds you can very well consider the bet on the Goal given at 1.74 by 888sport.
Our ideal trip to England continues at the City Ground in Nottingham with the match, again on Saturday, at 6.30pm. Nottingham Forrest will be led this season by an old acquaintance of Italian football, namely Sabri Lamouchi (he had experiences at Inter and Parma as a footballer). On the other side there is Slaven Bilić’s West Bromwich Albion, with the Croatian coach ready to get back into the game after his immediate dismissal at West Ham in the Premier League in 2017 and his subsequent arrival at Al-Ittihad in Arabia last season.
A challenge that promises to be immediately very spectacular and exciting, a sort of preview of a direct clash for the top rankings. The prediction can be directed towards the first half sign
Instead, we close with the only match scheduled for Monday 5 August at 8.45pm, on Monday night in Huddersfield and precisely at the Kirklees Stadium. Huddersfield must cancel a terrible season, last season, which ended with the inevitable relegation from the Premier League and always relegated to last place. On the other side, Derby County, orphaned by Franck Lampard who landed on the Chelsea bench. A Derby that, last season, came close to the Premier League, losing the playoff final at Wembley against Aston Villa.
A match that could give away many goals, given the offensive propensity of the two teams. For our prediction, a good option to recommend is Gol quoted by Eurobet at 1.74. Alternatively the 1X is given at 1.30 by 888sport, for a lower odds.
The other games
- Luton-Middlesbrough Goal | 1.75
- Blackburn-Charlton X2 | 1.88
- Brentford-Birmingham 1 | 1.73
- Millwall-Preston Over 1.5 | 1.36
- Reading-Sheffield Wed 1X | 1.38
- Stoke-QPR Goal | 1.72
- Swansea-Hull 1 | 1.88
- Bristol City-Leeds X2| 1.35
We return to play again in the English Championship, our Serie B. The British second division takes to the field to play the matches of the third day and so far, as expected, there has been no shortage of emotions, goals and entertainment. The third round of the championship will be played over three days, from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th August. Below are the predictions for the most anticipated matches, with a detailed analysis of the matches.
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The first match we analyze is the one played at Kirklees Stadium on Friday evening at 8.45pm. Huddersfield started handicapped again this season, due to a negative streak that has lasted since last season which ended with relegation from the Premier League. After the home defeat against Derby, a 1-1 draw at QPR. As for Fulham, the Londoners achieved their first victory last weekend by beating Blackburn 2-0. An important success to erase the knockout on his debut.
A challenge to follow and which pits two teams with a high technical level and last year faced each other in the Premier League. For our prediction, a good option is Gol quoted by Eurobet at 1.68, which offers new customers €10 immediately + €200 bonus. Alternatively, the X2 sign is given at 1.38 by Sky Bet, for an inviting odds.
Barnsley v Charlton
Let’s now move on to the match which will be played on Saturday at 4pm at the Oakwell Stadium. The hosts Barnsley started their championship by winning 1-0 on their debut against Fulham, but then in the last round they lost 2-0 at Sheffield Wednesday. On the other side there is a Charlton team that has started on the right foot, winning both matches played so far and climbing to the top of the table. In the last round, a 3-1 success at home against Stoke City.
A challenge to be experienced, in which Bowyer’s Charlton will try to continue in the magic moment and make it three of a kind. The prediction can be directed towards the X2 sign quoted at 1.73 by Eurobet, while alternatively to go for a high odds you can very well consider the bet on the Over 1.5 given at 1.28 by 888sport.
Our journey to England continues at the Britannia Stadium in Stoke on Trent with the match, again on Saturday, at 4pm. Nathan Jones’ Stoke started their season terribly, losing both matches played and therefore remaining at the bottom of the table with zero points. After losing 2-1 at home to QPR, they also lost 3-1 at Charlton. On the other hand, Philipp Cocu’s Derby County is coming off a 0-0 draw against Swansea. A draw that followed the 2-1 success at Huddersfield on the first day.
A match that promises to be spectacular, also because Stoke will have to try to shake up the table and play an attacking match. The prediction can be directed towards the X2 mark quoted at 1.563 by Eurobet, while alternatively to go for a high odds you can very well consider the bet on the Over 2.5 given at 2.15 by 888sport.
Wigan v Leeds
Instead, we close with the match on Saturday at 4pm scheduled at the DW Stadium. Wigan suffered their first defeat of the season last weekend, losing 3-0 at Preston (in their debut match they won 3-2 against Cardiff). For its part, there is a Leeds team, coached by Marcelo Bielsa, with 4 points in the standings, the result of the 3-1 debut victory over Bristol away and the draw in the 1-1 home draw against Nottingham.
A match that could offer many goals, given that Wigan and Leeds gave a lot to the spectacle in the first two days. For our prediction, a good option to recommend is Gol quoted by Eurobet at 1.77. Alternatively, the 1X is given at 1.78 by Sky Bet, for a lower odds.
The other games
- Blackburn-Middlesbrough X2| 1.50
- Brentford-Hull 1 | 1.65
- Bristol City-QPR X2 | 1.68
- Luton-WBA Over 1.5 | 1.24
- Millwall v Sheffield Wednesday X2 | 1.45
- Nottingham-Birmingham No Goal | 1.85
- Swansea-Preston Under 2.5 | 1.81
- Reading-Cardiff X2| 1.28
We return to play again in the English Championship, our Serie B. The British second division takes to the field, after the national break, to play the matches of the twelfth day and at the top of the table we find West Bromwich and Nottingham with 22 points. The twelfth round of the championship will be played over three days, between Friday 18th, Saturday 19th and a postponement on Sunday 20th October. Below are the predictions for the most anticipated matches, with a detailed analysis of the matches.
Barnsley v Swansea
The first match we analyze is the one played on Saturday at 4pm at the Oakwell Stadium. Barnsley have started badly this season, currently sitting in second bottom place with 6 points. That’s four defeats in the last five, the latest 5-1 at Preston. On the other hand, Swansea are in fourth place with 21 points, having however recovered from the surprising home defeat suffered 2-1 by Stoke in the round before the break.
A challenge that pits two teams with different objectives, but with a Swansea team that has all the qualities to win. For our prediction, a good option is sign 2 quoted by Eurobet at 1.92, which offers new customers €10 immediately + €200 bonus. Alternatively, the NoGol is given at 2.08 by VinciTù, for an inviting odds.
Let’s now move on to the challenge which is always played at 4pm on Ellan Road. Hosts Leeds have started their campaign in good form, however Marcelo Bielsa’s men have lost two of their last three games, remaining stuck on 20 points. In fact, in the last round a heavy 3-1 defeat on the Millwall pitch. On the other hand, Birmingham find themselves in mid-table with 16 points, fresh from a 2-1 victory against Middlesbrough.
A match that should see Leeds manage to find redemption after the defeat against Millwall. The prediction can be directed towards the 1 sign quoted at 1.40 by Eurobet, while alternatively to go for a high odds you can very well consider the bet on the NoGol sign given at 1.69 by VinciTù.
Our journey for the Championship continues at the Riverside Stadium with the match on Saturday 19th also scheduled at 4:00 pm. Jonathan Woodgate’s Middlesbrough started badly and with 10 points in the standings are in 20th place in the championship. For the red and whites came the fifth defeat of the season 2-1 on the Birmingham pitch. On the other hand, West Bromwich is at the top of the table with 23 points gained so far, fresh from success number six of the season with a 4-2 home win against Cardiff.
A challenge that promises to be tense, even if the WBA is favored to return home with a positive result. The prediction can be directed towards the X2 sign quoted at 1.25 by Eurobet, while alternatively to go for a high odds you can very well consider the bet on the Over 2.5 given at 1.86 by VinciTù.
Instead, we close with the match scheduled at the Madejski Stadium starting at 4:00 pm. José Manuel Gomes’ Reading is currently in third to last place in the table with 8 points won, fresh from four defeats in the last five (fresh from the 1-0 defeat against Bristol City). On the other side there is a Preston who have quickly moved up the rankings, with 21 points in the standings and now in third place. In the last round, a 5-1 home win against Barnsley.
A match that should see Preston be able to take advantage of all that is at stake. For our prediction, a good option to recommend is sign 2 quoted by Eurobet at 2.53. Alternatively the Goal is given at 1.66 by VinciTù, for a lower odds.
The other games
- Cardiff-Sheffield Wed Goal | 1.76
- Blackburn-Huddersfield 1 | 1.86
- Brentford-Millwall Goal | 1.81
- Charlton-Derby X2 | 1.40
- Hull-QPR Over 2.5 | 1.60
- Luton v Bristol City X2 | 1.43
- Stoke-Fulham Goal | 1.72
- Wigan-Nottingham Over 1.5 | 1.32
The Championship returns to the field to play the 40th day of the championship. Norwich is still at the top of the table with 81 points and seems to have taken off. In fact, the yellow-greens are ahead of Leeds at 76 and Sheffield Utd at 74, with a direct promotion race still in the balance. The 40th round will be played entirely on Saturday 6 April. Below are the predictions for the entire round, with the analysis of the most important challenges.
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Norwich are back from another success. The yellow-greens now seem unstoppable in their bid for direct promotion to the Premier League. Daniel Farke’s team recorded their seventh consecutive victory with a 1-0 win at Middlesbrough, taking their lead over third place to seven points. On the other hand, QPR is in 17th place in the table with 44 points, fresh from three defeats in the last five. Even if they are still eight points ahead of the relegation zone.
Norwich have won thirteen times at home, coming off four victories in a row. QPR have only won four times away from home, coming off four consecutive defeats and a draw. For our prediction we recommend sign 1 quoted at 1.44 by GoldBet, which offers new customers a 50% bonus on the first deposit up to €50. Alternatively, however, we bet on the MultiGol 2-4 listed at 1.53.
Birmingham are still in the bottom of the table with 41 points, still with five points to defend on the relegation zone. Garry Monk’s team is back from five consecutive defeats for 3-2 at West Bromwich. Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds returned to second place in the last round, winning 3-2 over Millwall. But above all came the unexpected defeat of Sheffield Utd and so the overtaking was a done deal.
Birmingham have won 26 points in 19 games at home and three defeats have come in the last four. Away from home, Leeds have scored 34 points with 10 wins, including two consecutive in recent weeks. For the prediction we are aiming for the 2 mark quoted by GoldBet at 2.00. Alternatively, to go for a more risky odds we recommend the NoGol given at 1.88.
Millwall-West Bromwich (4pm)
Millwall are stuck in the relegation zone and with 37 points they are only one point ahead of third from last place. Neil Harris’ team is fresh from a 3-2 defeat at Leeds, bringing their defeat to four in the last five. As for West Bromwich, Darren Moore’s team is in fourth place with 70 points and now almost certain of grabbing a place in the playoffs. In the last round the 3-2 win at home against Birmingham.
A very tense match is expected. Millwall split their journey equally at home, with 6 wins, 6 draws and as many knockouts. West Bromwich are the second best team in the league away from home with 36 points and four wins in their last five. For our prediction we go on the X2 sign quoted at 1.40 by GoldBet, alternatively we bet on the Gol given at 1.73.
Preston-Sheffield United (4pm)
Preston are in tenth place with 57 points and despite several teams ahead, the hope of being able to grab a place in the playoffs is alive. There are only three points to make up for Aston Villa, with Alex Neil’s team however returning from the 2-1 defeat on the pitch of precarious Reading. On the other hand, Sheffield Utd has therefore fallen to third place in the table with 74 points, after losing 3-2 at home against Bristol City. An unexpected knockout which however had important effects, with Leeds overtaking.
A challenge that Sheffield Utd will want to win to smile again and still keep pace with Leeds, but watch out for Preston who are very dangerous at home.
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- The prediction
- Nottingham-West Bromwich
- Barnsley v Charlton
- Wigan v Leeds
- Barnsley v Swansea
- Middlesbrough-West Bromwich
- Norwich-QPR (1.30pm)
- Birmingham-Leeds (4pm)
- Millwall-West Bromwich (4pm)
- Preston-Sheffield United (4pm)