Midweek football is just brilliant. Getting in from work and being able to watch your team on a Tuesday night is a great feeling.
But what could make that feeling even better, is a little bit of extra money.
We’ve devised a small accumulator that we think will come in, from just four of tomorrow’s Championship games.
The odds are 15/1 on 21Bet, so why not give it a go?
Here’s what we’ve gone for, and why:
Brighton Vs Huddersfield – Both Teams to score:
Huddersfield have made a brilliant start to the season, and have scored in every game they’ve played. Brighton on the other hand have had a difficult start, and are struggling in mid table. They’ve failed to score in their last two, BUT the last time they went three in a row without scoring was all the way back in December. Despite the fact that they’re playing against the League leaders, the home fans will be demanding a performance. Huddersfield have been outstanding so far this season, but have kept just two clean sheets, and with the talent Brighton do have at their disposal, will find it difficult to keep a third tomorrow night.
Leeds Vs Blackburn – Over 1.5 goals:
Apart from their 1-0 defeat to Huddersfield at the weekend, all of Leeds United’s games have involved at least two goals. The same goes for their visitors, who have the worst defensive record in the league, and are the only side yet to pick up a victory. It’s a crucial game, that both managers know they need to win, as 22nd meets 24th, there is bound to be goals.
Norwich Vs Wigan – Home victory:
Norwich City are unbeaten at home, with their only dropped points coming in the 0-0 draw with Sheffield Wednesday earlier in the season. By contrast, Wigan’s away form has been less than impressive, with three defeat in three matches in the league, as well as a defeat at League One side Oldham in the EFL Cup. The two sides were two divisions apart last year, and I expect that to show at Carrow Road tomorrow night.
QPR Vs Newcastle – Away victory and over 2.5 goals:
This may seem a strange choice, but it bumps the odds up and I fancy it to come in. With the exception of the opening day victory over Leeds United, QPR’s home form has not been great. They lost at home to Preston, before drawing against the bottom side Blackburn. Newcastle are currently winning streak of five games in all competitions. They’ve found their feet in the Championship and they mean business. I expect them to build on their 2-0 victory at Derby County with another emphatic victory away from home.