With key players returning from injury, Cardiff boss Dave Jones will be hopeful of stopping the losing run when Millwall visit the City of Cardiff Stadium on Saturday.
Seyi Olofinjana, Michael Chopra and Danny Drinkwater should all return for Cardiff but the Bluebirds haven’t beaten Millwall since 1986 in a run that stretches back 11 games – Millwall are 7/2 to win in Cardiff.
Cardiff are available at 8/11 but considering Millwall’s record and the fact they’re only two points behind Cardiff in the table, the price seems short.
Five of those eleven games were in Cardiff with a draw occurring in two of them and it’s 11/4 for the game to end even on Saturday.
QPR vs Doncaster
Championship toppers Queens Park Rangers host Doncaster on Saturday and seeing as the home side have won eight of the last nine encounters, QPR can further increase the gap at the top of the table.
Doncaster have won twice at Loftus Road but the last time they were victorious in London was in 1952, and QPR are 4/6 to take all three points.
There has been 20 goals on the six occasions these two have met in London, and with QPR being the division’s top scorers, the 21/10 offered for four or more goals in the match is tempting.
Watford vs Middlesbrough
Injury hit Middlesbrough are in decent winning form, scoring five and conceding two in their previous two matches, but will face a stern test when they travel to Watford – Middlesbrough are 15/8 to win.
In 12 ties the teams are inseparable with five wins a piece and two draws, each scoring 14 goals and the draw is available at 23/10.
Watford have also won their past two games scoring eight and conceding one and they are favourites at 11/8 to win.
QPR will remain top whatever happens and are 7/4 to win the Championship. See the full Championship football match betting odds market here.