The Championship 26th – 28th October

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Yeovil have only score one goal at home this season and that was an 84th minute penalty against Leicester. Nottingham Forest are the visitors this time, Forest are conceding an average of 1.17 goals away from home and their only clean sheet on the road was against Blackburn. Forest haven’t failed to score on the road this season, averaging 1.50 goals per game. I think that Forest win this and I think they’ll keep another clean sheet. I was expecting Forest to win to nil to be priced at 2.90 so Corals 3.30 stands out to me.

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Back Nottingham Forest To Win To Nil at 3.30 – Coral
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Bournemouth have the worst defensive record away from home in the league, conceding and average of 2.83 goals per game. However they do always score. The go to a Leicester side who love a 2-1 scoreline. Leicester have won 7 of their 15 league and cup games by that score and it would have been 8 if not for a last minute Blackpool penalty. I expect Leicester to win this, they’re strong at home and Bournemouth are poor on the road. However looking at the stats both teams are likely to score and Leicester will win 2-1. I would have priced Leicester at 1.66 with Both Teams To Score Yes at 1.70, that gives a combination of  2.82, therefore the 3.30 on Leicester to win and Both Teams To Score looks too big.

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Back Leicester and Both Teams To Score at 3.30 – Boylesports
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