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Leeds to beat Birmingham
Leeds capitalised on Sheffield United’s defeat last weekend to move back into second in the Championship table with a last-gasp 3-2 victory over Millwall on Saturday.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have won six of their last eight league games and have only dropped five points in their 11 matches against sides currently in the bottom seven.
Birmingham suffered their fifth straight defeat last Friday as they twice surrendered a lead to lose 3-2 at West Brom.
Bristol City to beat Wigan
Bristol City are hitting form just at the right time, beating promotion-chasing Sheffield United and Middlesbrough in back-to-back games.
Those two victories lifted them to fifth place in the Championship table and they are a great price to win three consecutive games for the third time this season.
Wigan have the worst away record in the Championship, having lost 16 of their 19 games away from the DW Stadium.
Hull to beat Reading
Reading’s poor travelling record might yet land them in trouble in the Championship relegation battle, despite winning four of their last seven home games.
The Royals have beaten only bottom-of-the-league Ipswich in their last 15 away games in the league and have failed to even score in three of their last four.
Hull have won seven and drawn three of their last 10 matches at the KCOM Stadium and, with an outside chance of claiming a play-off spot, are unlikely to ease up yet.
Portsmouth to beat Wycombe
Portsmouth come into this on the back of a penalty shoot-out victory over Sunderland in the Checkatrade Trophy final last Sunday and are a great price to win again.
Kenny Jackett’s side are back up to third in the League One table following four victories in their last five league games, all of which came against bottom-half sides.
Wycombe have slid to 17th, two points above the relegation zone, after taking just one point from their last eight matches.
Swindon to beat Yeovil
Yeovil were beaten 3-1 at home to Newport last weekend, their 10th defeat in 12 league games.
That run includes seven straight defeats on the road and they have failed to score in six of those.
The Glovers are only above the League Two drop zone on goal difference and play a Swindon side that have won back-to-back matches, beating third-placed Bury 3-1 on Tuesday.
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