QPR 2.568/5 v Birmingham 3.211/5; The Draw 3.412/5
Apologies for sounding like a broken record but I simply have to back Birmingham on the road again, even more so given their current form, home and away, and that of the hosts on Saturday.
QPR started the season in decent fashion but a few weeks ago I alluded to the possibility that playing in front of their own fans could be proving problematic. The Hoops have since failed to win any of their three home games, drawing 1-1 with then bottom of the table Blackburn, before being thrashed 6-0 by Newcastle.
And in midweek Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's men lost at home to Sunderland in the EFL Cup that resulted in sections of the crowd showing their discontent at the QPR boss.
So you can rest assured the heat will be on when Birmingham visit Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon, and with Brum in such great form on the road Gary Rowett's men simply have to be backed to take all three points at the generous price of 3.211/5.
Birmingham are actually in very good form, losing just one of their last seven matches in the Championship, defeating very good teams Norwich and Sheff Wed at St Andrew's. But it's away from home that they always appeal as a good betting proposition to me.
Brum have been one of the best away sides for a few seasons now and they remain unbeaten on the road this term, winning two and drawing two of their four away games. Against an out-of-form QPR side, one that is struggling on home soil, Birmingham simply have to be my best bet of the weekend.
Back Birmingham to Win @ 3.211/5 (best bet)
Fulham 2.3611/8 v Bristol City 3.55; The Draw 3.55/2
It looks a tricky afternoon in the Championship and I'm struggling to be confident about any side at a decent price in the Match Odds market other than Birmingham. So it's the Goals markets that I'll concentrate on for my two other recommended wagers.
I had Fulham down as relegation candidates at the start of the season so I had to wear a bit of egg on my face when they beat title favourites Newcastle on the opening night before winning at Preston in their following game.
But it's just one win in six now for the Cottagers, and given that they played five lowly sides in that sequence - Leeds (15th), Burton (17th), Wigan (22nd), Blackburn (23rd), and Cardiff (24th) - I'm confident that my initial assessment may be correct.
Slaviša Jokanović's men will be desperate to get back to winning ways on Saturday afternoon and against Bristol City they should certainly get some chances.
As I mentioned last week the Robins are one of the most attack-minded sides in the Championship, which is very refreshing albeit they're always liable to concede goals. Lee Johnson's men are always involved in goal-filled games - in fact their last six matches have all resulted in both teams getting on the scoresheet with an average of 3.5 goals score per game being scored.
And at the end of last season Bristol City's last 14 leagues games witnessed 48 goals, which is again an average of around 3.5 goals per game.
We can back Over 2.5 Goals at Craven Cottage on Saturday at just a shade under evens, and when it's Bristol City that are the visitors then that's always a price worth taking.
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.9210/11
Wolves 2.35/4 v Brentford 3.45; The Draw 3.613/5
It's likely that every week I'll be able to give you a good example of why wagering in the Championship can sometimes be an impossible task.
This week it's Wolves that provide the ammunition. Two games ago, on home soil, Walter Zenga's men were strong favourites to beat Barnsley. They lost 4-0. On the same night title favourites Newcastle ran riot at Loftus Road, beating QPR 6-0 in a game where they quite easily could have scored 10.
So fast forward a few days and Newcastle look absolute bankers to beat Wolves at St James' Park, only to lose 0-2. Typical of the Championship; odds-on wagers in the Match Odds markets should be avoided as often as possible in this division.
Just to complicate matters Wolves then lost 2-0 at Newcastle in the EFL Cup in midweek but Zenga's men remain a team that on their day can score three or four as easily as they are likely to concede three or four. They're a team that are still gelling, they can be superb at times, but can be completely disjointed at others.
That's one of the reasons why I fancy goals at Molineux on Saturday. Wolves are expected to win and they will very likely get amongst the goals. But Brentford are a very decent side and are up to sixth on the back of a four-game unbeaten run.
Dean Smith's men thrashed Preston 5-0 last weekend so they'll be full of confidence going to Wolves, and we're very likely to see goals at both ends in an entertaining affair.
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.1411/10
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