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Sheffield United to beat Leeds

Sheffield United beat Brentford 3-2 in midweek to end a three-game winless run and can make it two victories out of two at home.

The Blades have dropped just six points in an eight-match unbeaten run at Bramall Lane that has also seen them beat league leaders Norwich and Aston Villa.

Leeds were hammered 4-1 at West Brom in their last away game and have won just four of their nine matches on the road this season.

Nottingham Forest to beat Ipswich

Nottingham Forest were in fine goalscoring form in a 5-5 draw with Aston Villa on Wednesday that was their sixth game without defeat.

Bottom-of-the-league Ipswich average the fewest shots per game in the Championship with just 9.5, so it is hard to see how they will match their hosts going forward.

The Tractor Boys were defeated at home to Bristol City, who had lost their previous four matches, on Wednesday and have earned just two points in the five games Paul Lambert has been in charge.

QPR to beat Hull

QPR made it just one defeat from their last nine league games after a second consecutive 2-2 draw away to Rotherham.

Back at Loftus Road, where Steve McClaren’s side have won six of their last eight matches in all competitions, including each of their last three, they look good value.

Hull have lost five and won just one of their last seven league games on the road, with that victory coming against a hapless Bolton side that has won just two points in nine games.

Stoke to beat Reading

Reading’s 1-0 defeat at Leeds on Tuesday night left them above the Championship relegation zone on goal difference only.

The Royals have won just two of their last 10 league games and taken just one point from their nine matches against sides currently in the top half.

Stoke made it six games without defeat after a 2-1 victory at home to Derby in midweek, despite playing with 10 men for nearly an hour, and I’m happy to back them at evens this weekend.

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