The Championship 21st December

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These two sides are on different paths, Bolton are starting to find some form despite a slow start to the season, they have lost three of their last six but they did win the other three. However over their last ten games they have won five and drawn two. Charlton are going the other way and are in serious danger of relegation. Five defeats in their last seven games looks to be the beginning of a worrying trend, they just don’t look like they have what it takes to put a string of performances together that will get them out of the danger zone. I think that if this game was to be played in two ¬†months time we would see very different prices, I would expect Bolton to be sitting comfortably in mid-table and priced at 1.80 against a Charlton side who are stuck in the relegation zone.

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Back Bolton at 2.00 – Bet Victor
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Regardless of Watford’s potential for a new manager bounce Ipswich are still too big for this match. I was expecting to see the home side priced at 2.30 on the back of their run which has four wins in their last six. Watford haven’t won in nine games and they failed to score in five of them. Although The Hornets have picked up some credible draws away from home in that time it doesn’t change the fact that Ipswich look of equal quality to them at worst and The Tractor Boys are in better form. I don’t think the new manager is going to turn this all around in under a week and Ipswich look the side to be with here.

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Back Ipswich at 2.55 Р Bet Victor
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I was expecting to see Over 2.50 goals priced at odds-on in this match. Millwall have scored two goals in six of their last ten and eight of their last ten games have gone over 2.50 goals. On the road four of Middlesbrough’s last five games have gone over 2.50 goals. Both these sides have a goalscorer in Morrison and Adomah, so I don’t really see why Overs isn’t the favourite. There isn’t much more to add other than I think the price is wrong and I’ll’ll be backing it.

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Back Over 2.50 Goals at 2.05 – Bet Victor
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