|Chelsea vs Tottenham||Under 2.5 Goals||Evens|
|Derby County vs Fulham||Fulham Draw No Bet||8/11|
|Birmingham vs Sheffield Wednesday||Birmingham to Win||23/20|
|Bristol City vs West Brom||West Brom to Win||10/11|
|Nottingham Forest vs QPR||QPR +0.75 Asian Handicap||3/5|
|All Five Results as an Accumulator||21.68/1|
- Chelsea vs Tottenham – Two teams shorn of their best goal-getters should, in theory, produce a low-key affair. Chelsea, without Tammy Abraham, looked listless against Manchester United on Monday with Michy Batshuayi not up to the mark at this level. Tottenham, already without Harry Kane and now Son Heung-min, are also devoid of a natural goalscorer in their absence..
- Derby County vs Fulham – The 0-3 drubbing from Barnsley has seen Fulham’s priced pushed out here, but the stats reveal it was only their profligacy in front of goal that prevented them at least making that scoreline closer. Derby’s performance data is really poor, and nine goals conceded in their last five games confirms the Rams to be vulnerable against a decent opponent.
- Birmingham City vs Sheffield Wednesday – So much of football betting is about tracing positivity against negativity, and right now Birmingham and Sheffield Wednesday are moving in polar opposite directions. The Blues are unbeaten in seven (W4 D3 L0) and have found a real knack in front of goal lately, whereas the Owls’ recent formline does not make for pretty viewing (W1 D2 L7). Sometimes, you just have to follow the trends.
- Bristol City vs West Brom – To the naked eye, West Brom and Leeds are streets ahead of the rest of the Championship, and everything approaching this 10/11 price should be taken with relish. The Baggies (W3 D1 L0) have scored two goals in each of their last four games, and at times they look unstoppable. Funnily enough, Bristol City have been in decent form (W5 D0 L3), but three of those wins were 1-0 affairs against bottom-half teams. They can be opposed here.
- Nottingham Forest vs QPR – Nottingham Forest simply don’t blow teams away – they have won just 5/33 this term by two goals or more, and so they can be opposed in the handicap markets. Step forward QPR, who have performed much better of late in a 0-0 draw with Swansea and 4-2 win over Stoke. That positivity will surely prevent them being beaten with ease here.