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  • Tuesday 24 January 2017, 19:45

    Home: Brighton 1.674/6
    Draw 3.8014/5
    Away: Cardiff 6.5011/2

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    Brighton v Cardiff

    WF Bet
    The home win is 4/6 at bet365.

    Brighton have been superb at home for the majority of the season, but were lucky to keep their winning home run going on Friday night as they eventually beat Sheff Wed 2-1, after Stockdale saved an Owls penalty and Anthony Knockaert scored the winner with just five minutes remaining. That was their fourth straight home win, and despite the fact Cardiff are in their best form of the season with three straight wins - we fancy a narrow home win on Tuesday. Neil Warnock’s men scored a 90th minute winner against struggling Burton last time out, scored two in the last 10 minutes to edge past Bristol City the week before, and scored a flukey winner against an Aston Villa side who have been extremely poor away from home the week before. Brighton should prove much tougher opposition.

    • • Brighton have won six of their last seven at the Amex, dropping just two points in a draw with Aston Villa.
    • • The only sides to go unbeaten on this ground this season are Brentford, Preston and Villa.
    • • Cardiff are unbeaten in five H2H’s against Brighton.
      • • The Bluebirds haven’t lost on this ground in six visits since 2002.

        • • Cardiff are in their best form of the season after three straight league wins.
        • • They are unbeaten in three away from home.

  • Tuesday 24 January 2017, 20:00

    Home: Reading 3.3023/10
    Draw 3.6013/5
    Away: Fulham 2.3013/10

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    Reading v Fulham

    WF Bet
    The draw is 5/2 at bet365.

    Two promotion hopefuls clash at the Madejski on Tuesday with the Royals looking to get back to winning ways following two very disappointing results against QPR and Derby in their last two. It’s been a slightly better start to 2017 for Fulham, but four points from a possible nine means that a win would be much welcomed on Tuesday. Fulham have a decent away record, but after failing to win recent aways at QPR and Wolves, we’d be surprised to seem them take three points on a ground where just two visiting sides have won all season. Similarly, Reading have suffered two disappointing results recently, but were previously in strong form. The draw looks likely in this one.

    • • Reading will be in their worst form of the season if they lose on Tuesday, it would be their third in succession following defeats against QPR and Derby already this month.
    • • QPR and Villa are the only sides to win at the Madejski this season.
    • • Cardiff are unbeaten in five H2H’s against Brighton.
      • • The Bluebirds haven’t lost on this ground in six visits since 2002.

        • • Fulham won the reverse fixture 5-0 last month.
        • • They are without a win on this ground in three trips, since a 0-2 victory in hte Premier League nine seasons ago.

  • Wednesday 25 January 2017, 20:00

    Home: Liverpool 1.501/2
    Draw 4.507/2
    Away: Southampton 7.5013/2

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    Liverpool v Southampton

    WF Bet
    Liverpool to win by 1 goal is 13/5 at bet365.

    Southampton will visit Anfield on Wednesday, confident of qualifying for next month’s League Cup Final clash with either Man Utd or Hull. The Saints had been in poor form until their 3-0 thumping of Leicester on Sunday, but having seen Swansea’s win on this ground a day earlier, combined with their 1-0 win in the first leg and a goalless draw against the Reds earlier this season, they’ll be quietly confident. The Reds are going through a bad patch under Jurgen Klopp with Swansea, Plymouth and Sunderland among the sides they’ve failed to beat this month. We fancy the Reds to get the win, but extra-time looks a real possibility.

    • • Liverpool have won just one of their last six in all competitions, at League Two Plymouth in the FA Cup last week.
    • • Swansea became the first team to win at Anfield this season with a 2-3 victory on Saturday.
    • • Southampton take a 1-0 aggregate lead to Anfield after the sides met a fortnight ago.
      • • The other H2H between the sides this season ended goalless.

        • • Southampton ended a four match league losing streak with victory over Leicester on Sunday.
        • • Their away form has been hardly impressive. They have failed to score in four of their last five on the road and have suffered four defeats in six.

  • Wednesday 25 January 2017, 19:45

    Home: Leeds 1.804/5
    Draw 3.9029/10
    Away: Nottm Forest 5.004/1

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    Leeds v Nottm Forest

    WF Bet
    Leeds are 4/5 for the win at BetVictor.

    The home win looks like great value here. Leeds have been tremendous at Elland Road since their rough patch in the early weeks of the season, and have now won nine of their last 11 home matches. Derby, Villa and Reading are amongst the sides who have lost here over the last few months, and considering Forest have won just one in eight against a really poor Bristol City side, and the fact they have lost seven of their last 10 on the road, the home win looks like a good bet.

    • • Leeds have won five in a row without conceding at Elland Road since a 0-2 defeat against league leaders Newcastle in November.
    • • Newcastle and Wigan are the only side to go unbeaten on this ground since early September.
    • • Forest won the reverse fixture 3-1 back in August.
      • • They are also unbeaten in three trips to Elland Road, with two wins during that time.

        • • Forest have lost five of their last eight in the Championship, winning just one.
        • • Their only win since early December came last time out against Bristol City (1-0) - a side who have now lost eight on the bounce.

  • Wednesday 25 January 2017, 19:45

    Home: Celtic 1.251/4
    Draw 7.006/1
    Away: St Johnstone 13.0012/1

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    Celtic v St Johnstone

    WF Bet
    The Celtic Win To Nil is 6/5 at BetVictor.

    Can you really back against Celtic at the moment? Brendan Rodgers’ men are in terrific form and will be looking for their 16th straight SPL win and to maintain a 100% home record so far this season. The Hoops failed to keep a clean sheet in their opening three home matches of the season against Aberdeen, Rangers and Kilmarnock, but have conceded just one in six since. The visitors have failed to score in recent trips to Aberdeen and Dundee - so we’re going for the win to nil on Wednesday.

    • • Celtic have won their last 15 SPL matches since dropping two points in a 2-2 draw at Inverness in mid September.
    • • Brendan Rodgers’ men have a 100% home record this season and have conceded just four goals at Celtic Park all season.
    • • Celtic have won four of their last five against St Johnstone, including the reverse fixture in August (2-4).
      • • The Saints did win on the ground two seasons ago (0-1 in March 2015).

        • • St Johnstone have just two wins in their last 10 SPL matches.
        • • They have one win in three aways, but have failed to score in the other two at Aberdeen and Dundee.

  • Thursday 26 January 2017, 19:45

    Home: Hull 6.5011/2
    Draw 4.507/2
    Away: Man United 1.5511/20

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    Hull v Man United

    WF Bet
    United win to nil is 15/8 at Sky Bet.

    Hull probably would have taken a 1-0 first leg defeat at Old Trafford a fortnight ago, but Marouane Fellaini’s 87th minute goal to make it 2-0 to Mourinho’s men now means the Tigers have a huge mountain to climb if they’re to reach the League Cup Final. Despite finding themselves just a single point off the foot of the league table, Hull have proved tough to beat at the KCOM recently and have suffered just one defeat in six on home soil. That being said, Man City, Chelsea and Arsenal have all won on this ground this season, as did United back in August. We think they’ll edge it in 90 minutes again here and book their place at Wembley.

    • • Hull have won just two of their last 20 league fixtures, against Bournemouth last weekend and Southampton in November.
    • • However, Man City are the only side to win at the KCOM since mid October.
    • • Man Utd have won both H2H’s against Hull so far this season without conceding.
      • • The Red Devils carry a 2-0 aggregate lead following the first leg a fortnight ago.

        • • Man Utd have won three of their last four league away matches, and are unbeaten on their travels since a 4-0 thrashing at Chelsea in October.
        • • They have lost just two league away matches so far this season, at Stamford Bridge and Vicarage Road.

  • Friday 27 January 2017, 19:55

    Home: Derby 2.608/5
    Draw 3.3023/10
    Away: Leicester 2.8815/8

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    Derby v Leicester

    WF Bet
    The home win is 17/10 at Betfred.

    We have an East-Midlands derby in store to kick off the fourth round of the FA Cup on Friday night, with Leicester looking to continue a very impressive record over their local rivals. The Foxes have won eight of their last nine against the Rams, but with that winning streak running between 2010 and 2014, it could be an entirely different outcome on Friday night. The Rams have been impressive on home soil since Steve McClaren re-joined in October, and have dropped just two points here in the Championship over the last three months. We all know Leicester have struggled massively away from home this season, with their only two wins on the road since April coming in the FA Cup v Everton and Champions League v Brugge. We fancy the cup upset to kick off the fourth round.

    • • Derby have won seven of their last nine home matches in the Championship and are unbeaten at Pride Park since September.
    • • They have however, lost two of their last three without scoring at Craven Cottage and Elland Road.
    • • Leicester beat Derby three times the season in which they last met (2013/14).
      • • The Foxes have won three of their last four on this ground.

        • • Leicester are in their worst league form since November following two straight defeats against Chelsea and Southampton.
        • • They are still without a league away win this season and have the 2nd worst away points tally in the Premier League.

  • Saturday 28 January 2017, 15:00

    Home: Norwich 1.753/4
    Draw 4.003/1
    Away: Birmingham 5.004/1

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    Norwich v Birmingham

    WF Bet
    Norwich are 8/11 at Sky Bet.

    Norwich can’t wait for another home fixture against a Midlands side - the Canaries have beaten Villa, Derby and Wolves here since mid December and host an out of form Birmingham on Saturday who are looking for their first win for almost six weeks. The Canaries have slipped down the table over the last three months but their home form remains impressive (four wins in five). Birmingham are winless in four away from home, and we’d be surprised to see them change that on Saturday.

    • • Norwich have won four of their last five at Carrow Road against Derby, Wolves, Villa and Brentford.
    • • They have lost nine of their last 14 league fixtures.
    • • Birmingham beat Norwich 3-0 at St Andrews earlier this season.
      • • However, the Blues are without a win in four trips to Carrow Road since 2002.

        • • Gianfranco Zola has failed to win any of his opening eight matches as Blues boss (all comps).
        • • Their only win since November came against Ipswich last month (2-1).

  • Saturday 28 January 2017, 15:00

    Home: Preston 1.9519/20
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Ipswich 4.2016/5

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    Preston v Ipswich

    WF Bet
    Preston Win To Nil is 21/10 at bet365.

    We think the home win in this one is a great price, considering how impressive Preston have been at Deepdale all season combined with the fact Ipswich visit on Saturday having lost four of their last five on the road. Preston ended Brighton’s 18 match unbeaten run in comfortable fashion a fortnight ago (2-0) and have lost just twice on this ground since September. Ipswich are in decent overall form with three wins in six, but have struggled away from home in defeats at Huddersfield, QPR, Birmingham and even Bristol City over the last couple of months. The home win at 19/20 is well worth a go.

    • • Preston have lost just one of their last eight, winning four.
    • • The Lilywhites have lost just twice at Deepdale since early September, against high flying duo Leeds and Newcastle.
    • • Ipswich won the reverse fixture at Portman Road (1-0).
      • • The Tractor Boys have lost four of their last five at Deepdale, but won there last season (1-2).

        • • Ipswich have lost four four of their last five away from home at Huddersfield, QPR, Birmingham and Bristol City.
        • • They have won three of their last six however, against Wigan, Bristol City and Blackburn.

  • Saturday 28 January 2017, 15:00

    Home: QPR 2.255/4
    Draw 3.3023/10
    Away: Burton 3.505/2

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    QPR v Burton

    WF Bet
    The home win is decent value, 5/4 at BetVictor.

    The home win at Loftus Road on Saturday looks great value, as QPR look for their fourth win in five against a Burton side who have lost seven in eight. The Brewers’ last win did come away from home, at Rotherham, but they have struggled on their travels for the majority of the season and have now lost eight of their 12 aways this campaign. QPR look to have turned a corner under Ian Holloway with three straight wins until their credible derby day draw against Fulham last Saturday, we expect them to earn another three points this weekend.

    • • QPR are unbeaten in four, winning three against Ipswich, Wolves and Reading.
    • • Villa, Wolves, Derby, Brentford, Newcastle and Preston have all won at Loftus Road this season.
    • • The reverse fixture ended 1-1 back in September.
      • • The only previous meeting between the sides ended Burton 1-0 QPR in 2014/15’s League Cup third round.

        • • Burton have won just once on the road this season, at bottom club Rotherham in December.
        • • They have lost seven of their last eight league fixtures.