Wednesday’s Championship tips: Middlesborough, Notts Forest and QPR feature
Preview and odds for tonight’s matches
The Championship rolls on as another clutch of midweek action takes place tonight.
With just one game ending goalless last night, there’s sure to be goals across the five matches on show.
The Coral News Team have examined the fixtures and come up with five-fold of tips for tonight’s big games…
Bolton are yet to lose away from home in the league this season but come against a Middlesbrough side who have a 100% record at the Riverside.
The Trotters could prove a tough test and will want to get back to winning ways.
But Boro will return to the automatic promotions places with a win and are at 4/9 to do so.
Forest may be in the early stages of a revival under Aitor Karanka, but it’s hard to look past the pair’s previous meetings when tipping this game.
Wednesday have been the thorn in the Tricky Trees side winning the last seven games in a row dating back to 2014.
It’s 27/10 for The Owls to make it eight consecutive victories.
Millwall come into this one off the back of a draw with league leaders Leeds United and will fancy their chances against QPR.
However, eight of the last 12 games have finished all square between the two sides. QPR haven’t lost in four games and have signed some proven Championship performers.
A point apiece is at 11/5.
The Blades are 5/6 to come out with the win at Bramall Lane tonight.
They sit just outside the play-off positions with 12 points and if results go their way could end the day inside the top six.
Birmingham will feel slightly aggrieved they didn’t get more than a point against West Brom last Friday, but will need to be far more clinical to get anything from this one.
This could be a tight and edgy game with both sides in desperate need of a win.
Reading have only picked up one win at home this season, contributing to three of their five points so far.
Norwich haven’t won away from home in eleven league games.
But after securing a big victory over Middlesbrough on Saturday, are 8/5 to make it two wins in two.
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing