The Championship – 1st April

Friday and Saturday brought a very disappointing end to this months football with 93rd minute equalisers and Bolton getting beaten from 2-0 up. Thankfully I was on form with the horses after backing Tangerine Trees at 4.10 and St. Nicholas Abbey at 4.40.

This months has to be a good month if the banks are going to beaten so I’m hoping that I get the luck that so far hasn’t really been there in 2013.

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The league table shows that Leicester are superior to Barnsley, however they are underachieving again. After spending large sums of money on average players they now look like they are going to miss the play-offs. The goals have dried up, they’ve only managed to score more than once in a game once in their last ten games. They currently sit bottom of the form table with a 0-2-4 record. In that time time they’ve kept no clean sheets and failed to score on three occasions.

They now travel to a Barnsley side who have won five of their last six home games, kept three clean sheets in that time and have not failed to score. The recent statistics suggest that one goal will be enough for Barnsley to get something out of this game. With that in mind I think it’s worth taking Leicester on.

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Lay Leicester City at 2.30 – Betfair
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I’m going to take Friday’s performance out of my thinking for this game. They were impressive at Palace but I don’t want that to cloud my judgement. Previous to that they were on a 3-2-1 record, they are a team in form.  They now sit second in the form table, but most importantly they are beginning to score goals.

Wolves are another team improving and they really need to otherwise they are down. They are currently sixth in the form table with a 3-1-2 record.

The way I’m looking at this game is on the belief that Birmingham can continue the from they are showing and avoid defeat here. Wolves now look to have some fight about them which they were missing since August, therefore I want to get the draw on my side. Wolves should be a minimum of 3.75 here whilst the Birmingham price looks about right.

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Lay Wolves at 3.60 – Betfair
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Bristol City’s current home form is 5-1-0. Since Sean O’Driscoll has taken over they’ve been a revelation at home. They kept clean sheets, four in the last six at Ashton Gate, and now have a chance of staying up. However do do that they must win today. This game will be nervy and scrappy but I believe that this will come down to home advantage.

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Back Bristol City at 2.58 – Betfair
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The below pays out at over 32,000/1 with BetVictor.
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Championship accumalator 1st May 2013

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