Tuesday Betting | Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews
Monday 20 November 15:24 Tweet
Aston Villa v Sunderland - Championship - 19:45
In-form Aston Villa look a decent bet for their eighth league win in 11 as they host bottom of the league Sunderland on Tuesday. Steve Bruce's men have won seven of their last 10 matches with just two defeats in 14 since mid-August. Sheff Weds are the only side to win at Villa Park this season, we don't think struggling Sunderland will cause Villa similar problems - the Mackems are without a win in 15, losing eight. We're going with the home win.
Derby County v QPR - Championship - 19:45
Another home win from the Championship - Gary Rowett's Derby County to beat a QPR side who have struggled immensely away from home for most of 2017. Ian Holloway's Hoops are without an away win since mid-February (1-4 v Birmingham), losing 10 in 15 away trips since. They've failed to win in recent aways at the bottom two - Bolton (1-1) and Sunderland (1-1), before being thrashed 4-0 at the City Ground in their most recent away match. Derby did lose against an improving Reading side last time out at Pride Park, but they'd previously won four in five there. We fancy them to make it five home wins in seven on Tuesday.
Bristol City v Preston - Championship - 19:45
Bristol City look set for yet another home win as they entertain a struggling Preston side on Tuesday. The Robins have won seven in 11 at Ashton Gate across all competitions so far this season with Leeds the only visiting side to win there (0-3). Premier League Stoke (2-0) and Crystal Palace (4-1) are among the sides who have been comfortably beaten there this season and the Robins will be confident of ending a three-match losing streak in this fixture. Preston have won on each of their last two visits to Ashton Gate, but following a winless run of seven matches with four defeats in their last five, we don't give them much hope against Lee Johnson's men.
Bury v Shrewsbury - League One - 19:45
It's top against bottom in League One on Tuesday night as leaders Shrewsbury travel to Gigg Lane. The Salops scored yet another late winner at the New York Stadium last time out to extend their lead at the top to four points, meaning they've now won 12 in 17 so far this season. Bury prop up the division following a disastrous first third to the season which has seen them lose 11 in 18. Sunderland (0-1), Bristol Rovers (2-3), Scunthorpe (0-1), Rochdale (0-4), MK Dons (0-2), Doncaster (0-1), Woking (0-3) and Blackburn (0-3) have all won at Gigg Lane so far this season (all competitions), we expect Paul Hurst's men to join that list on Tuesday.
Grimsby v Swindon - League Two - 19:45
Drop down to League Two and we fancy another value away win at Blundell Park. No side in the top four divisions of English football have earned more points on their travels so far this season than Swindon (21) with the Robins looking for their eighth win in 10 away matches come Tuesday. They came from behind to win at Huish Park last time out (1-2) meaning they have now won their last five on the road across all competitions. Hosts Grimsby are in their worst form since August following back to back defeats against Exeter (2-0) and Carlisle (0-1).
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