Leaders to move further clear at the top of the Championship
Bet 1: Back Wolves @ 4/7 - KO 19:45 BST
After a brief wobble, Wolves are again looking good for the Championship title and pretty much assured of an automatic promotion place. A run of one win in five has been followed by three straight victories and they even beat Middlesbrough at the Riverside with 9 men on the pitch for the final 20 minutes.
Their opponents this evening are Hull City and they can breathe a bit easier now as they have a six point cushion to the relegation zone. They picked up a draw against Aston Villa at the weekend but I can't see them taking anything from their trip to Molineux.
The Tigers have lost seven of their last nine away from home and while they beat Ipswich and Nottingham Forest recently, this is a much sterner test.
Wolves have only lost twice at home this term and have won 14 of their 19 in front of their own fans - including four of their last five.
More away misery for Leeds at Fulham
Bet 2: Back Fulham @ 40/85 - KO 19:45 BST
A second home victory from the Championship now as Fulham look set to cement their play-off place and keep a modicum of pressure on Cardiff for second.
Slaviša Jokanović's side are on a long unbeaten run as they haven't lost since the middle of December. Since then it's been 13 wins and four draws and they won 2-0 at Norwich on Good Friday.
Their streak of nine straight home victories came to an end against QPR last time out as they could only draw, but Rangers put in a good performance that day.
Leeds United are the visitors to Craven Cottage today and they managed a 2-1 victory over Bolton at Elland Road on Friday. Prior to that they had taken just one point from a possible 12 though and they haven't won on their travels since a 2-1 win at bottom of the table, Burton, on Boxing Day.
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Steve Bruce's side to regain the winning thread
Bet 3: Back Aston Villa @ 11/20 - KO 19:45 BST
Another home win in the Championship now as Aston Villa can get back to winning ways at the expense of Reading.
Steve Bruce's men put back to back defeats behind them by drawing 0-0 at Hull City on Saturday and although their chances of automatic promotion have gone, they are back on home soil here and have a fine record at Villa Park this season.
The Villans have won 11 of their 19 on their own patch and only been beaten twice. Reading on the other hand are down in 19th and they have lost nine of their 19 away from the Madejski.
That isn't the worst record in the world but of late it's one point from a possible 12 on the road and they are conceding plenty of goals.
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