Bet 1: Hull (HOME) @ 1.61 (8/13)
Following their disappointing relegation from the Premier League last year, Steve Bruce will be keen to go straight back up as once you're stuck in the Championship, it can be desperately difficult to get out of.
They have made a decent start - a home win over Huddersfield and a solid away point at Wolves - and they will fancy their chances of rolling over Fulham at the KC Stadium this evening.
The visitors struggled in this division last season and while Kit Symons has seemingly brought some stability to the club, they certainly aren't the force of old.
The Cottagers have one point from their first two games of the campaign and that includes a disappointing defeat in front of their own fans at the weekend.
Bet 2: Leeds (AWAY) @ 3.4 (12/5)
This selection may come as a bit of a surprise but I think that Leeds offer great value to take all three points at Ashton Gate.
Bristol City came into the season on a high following their exploits in League One last year but they have made a miserable start to life in the second tier. Back to back Championship defeats against Sheffield Wednesday and Brentford are only compounded by a Capital One Cup exit to Luton Town.
I can't see them going down and they clearly have money to spend but they are there for the taking at the moment and Leeds have produced two resolute performances in holding Burnley and Reading.
It's also worth noting that the men from Elland Road enjoyed plenty of success on their travels last term as they finished the season with six away wins from 10 outings.
If that's not enough to convince you then check out our resident Championship expert, Mike Norman's take on the game as he also is keen on a Leeds win.
Bet 3: Wolves v QPR (Over 2.5 goals) @ 2.05 (21/20)
This match sees two of the better teams in the division take each other on and I think the goals are set to flow.
The hosts were a touch unlucky not to make the play-offs last time around and finishing in the top six will be their aim this season. They have made a decent start with four points from a possible six and a League Cup victory.
QPR came down from the top flight but they haven't set the world on fire thus far as they were beaten at Charlton on the opening weekend and held at Loftus Road by Cardiff.
Conceding goals has been the issue for Chris Ramsey's side as they let in two on both occasions and they will have their work cut out to keep the Wolves attackers quiet - especially at Molineux.
Kenny Jackett's men are also having a few defensive issues as well however as they are yet to keep a clean sheet this year and they conceded plenty of goals in the previous campaign.
Bet 4: Sheff Wed v Reading (Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.61 (8/13)
On to the low-scoring contest now and I am confident that it will come at Hillsborough as Sheffield Wednesday play host to Reading.
The Owls have actually been involved in two games that went over 2.5 goals this season - although one was in the cup - but that is a very small sample size and I'd prefer to use last year's stats where 18 of their 23 home game finished with two goals or fewer being scored - especially when their sole home Championship match this term ended 2-0.
Then we have Reading, a team who have already had two out of three go under this season, and who's strikers just aren't firing yet. Manager, Steve Clarke, has always been a defensive minded coach and he will likely be more than happy to take a point back to Berkshire this evening.
Back Hull @ 1.61 (8/13)
Back Leeds @ 3.4 (12/5)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Wolves v QPR @ 2.05 (21/20)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Sheff Wed v Reading @ 1.61 (8/13)
The Multiple pays approximately 18.07 (17/1)
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