The Championship 17th & 18th September

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Brighton struggled to consistently score goals last season and they are having the same issue this year. It seems if you can stop Leonardo Ulloa, you stop Brighton. Brighton have scored six goals this season and of those Ulloa has scored four and assisted one.  So with Ulloa suspended it’s difficult to see how Brighton will find the net against a side who have kept four clean sheets and conceded a single goal in their other two games. Brighton have kept three clean sheets and QPR have only scored a single goal in five of their games, so I expect this game to be tight and follow the pattern of most QPR games this season. Half Time Draw/1-0 QPR full time, statistically it make good sense to follow that pattern in this matchup.

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Back QPR at 1.95 – Bet Victor (60.61% of Total Stake)
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Back Draw HT/QPR FT at 5.00 – Bet Victor (23.64% of Total Stake)
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Back QPR 1-0 at 7.50 – Ladbrokes (15.76% of Total Stake)
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*As long as QPR win the above staking will return 18.18% profit, if all the above win then returns will be 254.57%

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Bolton are 23rd in the table, they are also 23rd in the table for goals scored. They have failed to hit the net in three of their six games so far and only scored a single goal in the their other three games. They have failed to score in two of their three home games and have an average of 0.33 goals per game at the Reebok. Derby by contrast are the 3rd highest scorers in the league, away from home they have score more than anybody else (10), with an average of 3.33 goals per game on the road. They have also only conceded two goals in their three trips. With Bolton on average having three shots on target per game, it’s hard to see why they are favourites in this match. I would of had Derby at about 2.70, bearing in mind they were 2.60 against Millwall (level on points with Bolton) only three days ago.

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Back Derby at 2.90 – Bet365
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With Blackpool sitting top of the league and having never been behind this season they look overpriced to get a victory at a winless Millwall side. It seem that the crowd and the players at The New Den don’t want former West Ham legend Steve Lomas in charge, and I have to agree with them. Not only is he a poor manager but I wouldn’t want a former legend of one of my teams rivals in charge, I very much doubt you’d see Alan Curbishley managing Palace. If one of the more fancied sides, QPR or Forest etc, were playing in this tonight they’d be a maximum of 2.30. With where these two sides currently are I have to have my money on Blackpool.

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Back Blackpool at 2.75 – Bet Victor
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