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English Soccer: The Championship
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By Rob Cocozza




There is some great midweek value for away sides in the Championship programme tomorrow and Wednesday. A couple of winners from this lot will see us alright:



Brighton v Wigan

Wigan look to be a step ahead of Brighton in getting over themselves and posting a couple of decent victories after a dreadful run of results. The seasiders have got problems all over the park at present, as they demonstrated aptly when losing to Bournemouth on Saturday. Take the away team at $3.59 with Screenshot 2014-05-03 15.52.18




Derby v Huddersfield

It’s interesting to see Derby suffer their first wobble since Steve McLaren took charge. Of course, they haven’t become a bad team overnight any more than Huddersfield have become a good one. But how good and bad were they both in the first place? Not that much. Take Huddersfield at a whopping great $5.15 with Screenshot 2014-05-21 12.49.05 to spring another “surprise”.



Leeds v Charlton

Despite having enough good players, Leeds are a long way short of looking like a cohesive and happy team. New manager Neil Redfearn will certainly help them with that, if he’s given more than five minutes to do so by their capricious owner. He’s had two minutes. Charlton have been shaky themselves of late, but are at least a settled side with a way of playing. They could have enough guile to steal a win here. Screenshot 2014-05-03 13.10.10 have them at $3.5



Middlesbrough v Norwich

Anything bigger than $3 for Norwich is value here, in a game packed with good attackers. No value in the both to score market though, so take the away team at $3.10 with Screenshot 2014-05-03 15.52.18



Reading v Rotherham

Reading’s young team seem to do well against poor opponents and badly against good ones. What about middling ones like Rotherham, then? Well, the Millers could have beaten Brighton away on their last trip south, and like to attack. I fancy a winner either way here, so the $3.84 with Screenshot 2014-05-03 15.52.18 for Rotherham is a reasonable punt.



Wednesday 5th

Nottingham Forest v Brentford

Those of us who know what a lovely and intelligent man Stuart Pearce is will take no pleasure from seeing his side’s recent plunge in form. Mitigate the pain with a punt on spirited Brentford to further expose Forest’s heart-rules-head appointment of a manager of similar propensity. Mark Warburton is from a non-football background but is a cannier manager than his opponent here, and his side well worth a flutter at $3.80 with Screenshot 2014-05-21 12.49.05

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