The Champions League returns with Manchester United taking on Paris-Saint Germain tonight.
But there’s a huge night of Championship action to get stuck into and we’ve picked out some key odds ahead of the mouth-watering ties…
West Bromwich Albion v Nottingham Forest
West Brom are 3/4 to bag the win they need to leap into third place and put the pressure on the top-two.
Jay Rodriguez and Dwight Gayle have 31 league goals between them. J-Rod and Gayle are both 10/3 to strike first.
Forest do have their own hit-man in the form of Lewis Grabban, the 15-goal striker is 11/5 to score anytime.
Birmingham City v Bolton Wanderers
Brum have a man bang in form in the shape of Che Adams. The forward is 21/20 to score anytimeand equal Trevor Francis’ record of scoring in seven successive league games.
The home side are 4/9 to make it three wins in a row, which will put them right in play-off contention.
Bolton are in the relegation zone and haven’t won in the league since Boxing Day. You can find both teams to score and Bolton to win at 18/1.
Bristol City v Queens Park Rangers
QPR roared up the league at the back end of 2018 but haven’t won in the last six league games.
Hull City v Rotherham United
Hull have had a resurgence since the turn of the year and the main reason for this is midfield man Jarrod Bowen.
The 22-year-old has 11 goals since December 1st which includes notching four braces. He’s 9/2 to bag two or more goals once again.
Millwall v Sheffield Wednesday
Millwall have only won one of their last 10 league matches against Sheffield Wednesday, but are 23/20 to score a home win over the Yorkshire club for a second-successive season.
The away side have picked up four points from two games, since Steve Bruce arrived as gaffer on February 1st.
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All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication