Wednesday’s Championship Tips: Will West Brom return to the top?
Charlie Dear | 3 October 2018
Odds, tips and preview for tonight’s Championship games
West Bromwich Albion travel to Sheffield Wednesday knowing a win will see them leapfrog Leeds United and Middlesbrough and regain top spot.
In-form Norwich City take on Derby County as the Coral News Team preview the five games still to play in this midweek action…
The Baggies rose to the Championship summit last weekend after a run of four wins and a draw in five games.
Forward Dwight Gayle has scored five goals in his last five league games. He’s 6/1 to score two or more here.
Wednesday are unbeaten in their last seven home league games. But West Brom have won their last three league games against tonight’s opponents by an aggregate score of 6-0.
Aitor Karanka may have found a formula for Forest to be competitive in the upper echelons of the league this season.
The Tricky Trees have been difficult to beat at home. They’re 19/20 to make it nine matches unbeaten at the City Ground.
Millwall were on the cusp of the play-offs last season but find themselves in the relegation zone having picked up a just a single point from 21 available.
This could be the game of the night in the Championship, as two promotion hopefuls do battle at Pride Park.
Derby led by boss Frank Lampard set the pace at the start of the season. However it’s Norwich who are the league’s form side.
The Canaries are looking to secure five consecutive league wins tonight, but Derby are 21/20 to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat to Bolton Wanderers with a win.
Both sides look evenly matched in terms of their recent records. Sheffield United have won more away games than any other Championship side this season.
Blackburn have lost only once in the league since the transfer window closed at the beginning of September.
Bradley Dack has netted three and assisted two of Rovers’ last five goals. It’s 25/1 for Dack to score first and the match to end in a draw.
Both sides are ravaged by injury ahead of the clash at the New York Stadium.
Bristol City sit alongside half a dozen teams on 15 points, just two points below the play-off places.
Rotherham are unbeaten in their last seven home league games but The Robins are 21/20 to re-write the history books.
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