The Championship 26th December

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Bournemouth have had a satisfactory first half of the season, but they are still a bottom half club and for that reason they shouldn’t be odds-on against anybody. They especially shouldn’t be odds-on when they are against a side who are in better recent form. Bournemouth also haven’t won in their last four home games, losing three of them. Yeovil have shown some decent form recently and with Ishmael Miller they now have a goalscorer. Draws at Bolton, Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley along with wins at Watford and Millwall show that they can be competitive on the road .

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Lay Bournemouth at 1.90 – Betfair

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Blackburn are slowly climbing the league again after an indifferent autumn. Five clean sheets in their last ten games and a return to form for Jordan Rhodes should give them hope of picking up points over the festive period. Sheffield Wednesday are the visitors on Boxing Day, and they have lost five of their last seven. In the early part of the season Wednesday were bankers for a goal, however the goals look like they are starting to dry up. They have failed to score in three of their last seven, their goal against Huddersfield was in injury time and the goal last time out against Bournemouth came with eight minutes left when they were already two down. Blackburn will look to keep things tight as usual and I’m expecting to see a 1-0 or 2-0 home victory.

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Back Blackburn To Win To Nil at 3.00 – Betway

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