The Championship – 30th March

Yesterday didn’t go as it was meant to with Watford conceding a 93rd minute goal to draw 3-3 against my betting bogey team, Burnley. I could really do with a clean sweep today to end the month on a high.

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I fancy Bolton to finish 6th this season, they are timing their run to perfection. They currently sit second in the form table with a 5-0-1 record. In this time they have kept three clean sheets. Charlton have the worst home record in the league, with only four wins all season. They have also only managed only two clean sheets and only scored more than one goal at home on five occasions .

A 1-0 win look there for the taking for Bolton and if they take the lead I don’t expect them to concede.

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Back Bolton Wanderers at 2.62 – Betfair
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Leeds are now winless in four and their only win in six was a fortunate 1-0 win over Millwall. They did look like they were poised for a late play-off charge but they now look to have run out of steam. The players know the manager will be off in the summer, there’s yet more uncertainty around the ownership and the players may now just be thinking about their summer holidays.

Ipswich come into this with a recent record of 2-2-2 but have picked up maximum points on four of their last six home games. They know that a win here will probably leave them one win from safety.

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Back Ipswich Town at 2.25 – Coral
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Nottingham Forest are the form team in the league with six straight wins. A win over 7th placed Brighton will but them four points clear and will be a massive boost to their play-off credentials. The odds suggest that these teams are of equal ability, however taking the form of Forest in to account I think their is a touch of value.

Palace were clueless against Brighton last week, however they did deserve their victory. This looks a different prospect though. I can see Forest taking the initiative here and running out comfortable winners.

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Back Nottingham Forest at 2.24 – Betfair
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After yesterday’s acca not coming in I’ll have to go back to having 50p on this instead of the £112 I would of liked. It pays out at over 830/1 with BetVictor.

Championship accumulator  30th march 2013

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