Championship tips: The Blades to cut down a Stoke revival?
The Championship rumbles on with a huge seven games being played tonight in English football’s second tier.
We have an in depth look at Norwich City’s clash with Aston Villa here, but stick around to check out a selection of tonight’s tips.
Birmingham City v Reading
In-form Birmingham City will look to extend their unbeaten home league record when Reading come to town tonight.
The Blues are 8/11 to win and stretch their impressive run to 12 games at home.
A Che Adams strike downed Stoke on Saturday and the Birmingham striker is 4/1 to score Anytime.
Reading have won each of their last two league visits to St. Andrews and are 19/5 for victory.
Middlesbrough v Rotherham United
Top of the table Middlesbrough have gone under the radar, following the attention on Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion this season.
Their promotion credentials were tested against Sheffield Wednesday, but they came through that to stay ahead of the pack.
Boro have excelled at the Riverside and are 2/5 to make it 24 wins from 33 league games at home.
Rotherham are just two points from the relegation zone and begin at 15/2 to cause a shock.
Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday
QPR may be languishing in 16th position but only two points separate the two teams.
Sheffield Wednesday were knocked off their stride by Middlesbrough on Saturday, but had enjoyed three wins and draw in five before then.
The Hoops have been reinvigorated by the signings of Nakhi Wells and Tomer Hemed. The latter to score and QPR to win is 25/1.
The Owls to cap off the night with three points is 13/5.
Sheffield United v Stoke City
The Blades were enjoying a five-match unbeaten run which took them to the Championship summit. However, their recent loss to Derby County has been a reality check for boss Chris Wilder.
They come up against a Stoke City side who’ve more losses than wins this season, but do boast the likes of Bojan Krkic, Benik Afobe and Joe Allen in their ranks.
Sheffield United are 10/11 to win the game with Both Teams to Score at 4/5.
Stoke to win away for only the second time this season is 29/10.
Swansea City v Blackburn Rovers
Only four points separate seventh placed Blackburn and Swansea down in sixteenth. It yet again shows the competitiveness and unpredictability of the league.
Bradley Dack could cause some problems for the Swansea back-line. The former Gillingham forward is 2/1 to score Anytime.
Former Blackburn wing-back Martin Olsson is 12/1 to notch a goal for Swansea.
The Swans are 7/2 to win and Both Teams to Score.
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