Take the Blues of Birmingham to continue their revival under new management. Rotherham are giving most teams a good run for their money and they will Birmingham, but their goal usually sustains a good few attempts at it, and Brum’s attack could finally get some joy in this one.
More so than the above, these two teams have traded blows pretty evenly with recent opponents home and away respectively. I predict a riot, and Fulham to win it at $3.02 with
Wolves v Nottingham Forest
Both of these teams have recently belied their former invincibility. Wolves were whipped by Derby and Forest squeezed out their first win in weeks last time out. This looks like a game that, if played out 15 times concurrently in parallel universes, would pan out around five wins each and as many draws. If that’s about right then a bet on Forest to win at $3.61with with makes economic sense.
Chesterfield v Barnsley
Barnsley have found some form and Chesterfield have lost more. That’s why I’d make Barnsley close to being favourites, and not the whopping $4.0 that are dangling out there
Leyton Orient v Crewe
There is nothing to say about this when you see that Crewe are $6.0 with
Notts County v Yeovil
This one is based on the idea that while County have been consistently getting decent results, they are usually in close games. No team can keep that up, and Gary Johnson has mixed things up at Yeovil, who look to be improving for it. Take them to win at $3.20 with
Portsmouth v Morecambe
Yes, last time out I suggested opposing Portsmouth at home, and they ran out easy 3 nil winners. And here I do it again, at even more ludicrous odds against a predictably unpredictable Morecambe. $4.56 with is the pick.