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Tuesday’s Championship Betting Tips: Bristol City to make it seven league wins in a row?

| 12.02.2019

Odds and Tips ahead of tonight’s Championship action

The schedule is unrelenting in the Championship, and it’s back mid-week for another full round of fixtures with five being contested tonight.

Can any of the relegation-threatened sides mount a surprise performance and beat a play-off contender? We take a look at tonight’s round of games…

Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers

Birmingham have won their last two matches in the league, and come up against an out-of-sorts Bolton side who haven’t won in the league since Boxing Day.

The Wanderers have only won five this season, but one of those came against the Blues earlier this campaign, winning 1-0. They’re 14/1 to notch another 1-0 victory, or 7/1 to win at any score.

Garry Monk’s men are favoured to win this match at 4/9. Blues striker Che Adams scored a hat-trick last time out in a 4-3 win against QPR. He’s 20/1 to bag another three tonight.

Bristol City v Queens Park Rangers

Bristol City made it six league wins on the spin this weekend, beating Blackburn 1-0 at Ewood Park. QPR have lost their way a little of late, losing their last four league fixtures, last winning on Boxing Day.

Lee Johnson’s men are favourites for the win at 17/20, with Steve McClaren’s side coming in at 16/5 outsiders.

The Robins have won their last three in the league to Nil, but face a QPR side who scored three in their last match. They’re 21/10 to win to Nil in this fixture.

Matt Smith grabbed a couple of goals in their defeat to Birmingham, and he’s 3/1 to score for the Hoops anytime.

Hull City v Rotherham United

Hull‘s form has been indifferent of late. They’ve won two of their last five, and lost two of their last three. Rotherham are fighting relegation from the league and have only picked up two points from their last five.

The Millers have drawn two on the bounce, and with others around them dropping points too, they could be happy to get a third draw in a row. The draw is backed at 13/5.

The Tiger’s form heavily relies on the form of Jarrod Bowen. When he’s on top of his game, the team usually win. Hull are favourites for the win at 8/11, with Bowen 4/1 favourite to open the scoring and 11/8 to net anytime.

They played out a five-goal thriller in their earlier season fixture, with 4+ goals in the game coming in at 9/4 for tonight’s game.

Millwall v Sheffield Wednesday

Millwall have been a shadow of the side that narrowly missed out on the play-offs last season. They need a win to kick-start a run of form which could drag them away from the relegation zone.

Wednesday have looked slightly more assured since Steve Bruce took over in the hot seat, but goals are hard to come by for both of these sides. Two or fewer goals in the game is priced at 8/13.

The Owls are favourites to win at 5/2 and they’ll need their strikers to be firing if they are to bag three points at The Den. Lucas Joao and Steven Fletcher are 9/4 to score anytime in the game.

A repeat of the 2-1 Owls win earlier in the season is priced at 11/1.

West Brom v Nottingham Forest (8pm)

The Baggies are bouncing their way to at least a play-off spot this season, sitting pretty in fourth, only seven points off top with a game in hand too.

Forest have picked up their form recently, and like West Brom, picked up six points in their last three games. They’re outsiders in this one at 17/5 to leave the Hawthorns with all three points.

West Brom have the joint-highest goal tally alongside league leaders Norwich City. With their front two scoring 31 of the 60 goals between them, they’re 11/10 to score anytime, with both at 7/2 to score two or more.

In the first meeting this season, the match ended in a 1-1 draw. Both teams to score in a draw is priced at 18/5 by our traders.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



Drew Goodsell

Drew is a journalism graduate who closely follows American sports, focussing on the NBA and NFL. He also has a keen interest in all things football, paying regular attention to the Premier League, Bundesliga and Ligue 1.