It promises to be a weekend of home comforts in the Championship with Watford, Leicester, Reading and Bournemouth all backed to win in front of their own fans.
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Vicarage Road has become somewhat of a fortress for Watford in recent weeks after picking up four straight Championship wins in all competitions without conceding a goal.
And despite Blackpool picking up a much needed point against Ipswich in their last away fixture, the Tangerines are without a victory in 10 games on the road and Gino Pozzo’s side can inflict even more misery on the Seasiders.
Leicester have shown plenty of fighting spirit in recent weeks battling back to claim draws with East Midlands rivals Nottingham Forest and an in-form Watford to extend their unbeaten run.
You have to go all the way back to December to find the last time the Foxes tasted defeat and despite Charlton causing the shock of last weekend when beating QPR, Nigel Pearson’s side should be backed for victory.
The Addicks are eight games without a win on their travels and Leicester can extend their 13 game unbeaten run in the league by sealing all three points.
Yeovil have picked up just two victories from their last 15 Championship away games and provide the perfect opposition for Reading, who need to rediscover some form in front of their home fans.
Two successive defeats at the Madjeski Stadium have stalled the Royals play-off push but they can now get back to winning ways against the Glovers.
Only league leaders Leicester have picked up maximum points from a trip to Dean Court in recent weeks, pointing to the size of the task facing Doncaster when they take on Bournemouth.
Donny are struggling for form at the moment having gone four games without a win and 12 matches without victory on the road.
Eddie Howe’s side can put nine points between them and relegation rivals Rovers on Saturday and with that added incentive they are worth backing.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.