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Championship betting tips and best bets – Tuesday 10th February

Patrick Bamford can help 'Boro keep the pressure on the league leaders tonight

We have a full Championship line-up over the next two evenings, including clashes between some of the division's high-flyers.

With just a single point separating the top three sides in what is turning out to be a hugely competitive division, tonight’s matches could result in a change at the top of the table. AFC Bournemouth clash with Derby County at home, while Middlesbrough will be confident of sweeping past strugglers Blackpool and could even go top should Bournemouth and Derby play out a draw.

Brentford face Watford at Griffin Park, while Norwich will be eager to move into the top six with a win against Charlton, a possibility should Watford lose in west London.

Ipswich have dropped in form recently and will be looking to end a three game winless run against Sheffield Wednesday. Leeds United will aim to ease the pressure when they travel to face a Reading side which is showing improvement recently.


Our betting tips –

Patrick Bamford to score against Blackpool – Betfair  6/4

Middlesbrough striker Patrick Bamford has scored eleven goals this term and has found the back of the net in all but one of his last four games. We feel that he will have little difficulty piercing a poor Blackpool defence tonight.

Indeed, Blackpool have leaked no less than 54 goals this season so far and the forward will cause them a huge amount of problems.


BTTS Double – Huddersfield v Wolves & Bournemouth v Derby – Betfred  2/1

With 118 goals between them this season, both Bournemouth and Derby look set to provide us with something of a goal-fest on the south coast tonight. With Chris Martin, Darren Bent and Callum Wilson on the pitch, goals should come raining in for both sides at Dean Court.

Similarly, Huddersfield’s last three home matches in the Championship have seen goals for both teams and as such, we feel that this will prove the case when Wolves come to town.

The Midlands side has scored in all but one of their last ten matches and should be strong enough to cause the Terriers’ rearguard no end of problems tonight.



All odds were correct at time of posting.