Our latest EFL Championship predictions are here…
Ready for another huge week of football? We’re back with our latest set of English Championship predictions.
As you might expect, in terms of the English Championship winner market, at least two of last year’s relegated Premier League trio, Norwich and Watford, are among the favourites, alongside play-off losers Brentford, while Swansea also look likely challengers.
However, history tells us that football rarely turns out the way we predict, which is why we will be bringing you our regular betting tips for the Championship.
Be sure to check back on this page regularly throughout the season for a week by week EFL Championship preview.
Championship Correct Score Predictions: Easter Games
Easter and the EFL Championship is the ultimate match made in heaven: a double dose of drama, with two rounds of games on Good Friday and Easter Monday.
This quickfire double is usually the point of the season where the picture becomes clearer as to which divisions sides will be playing in next season, but at least one outcome seems certain.
Six points for league leaders Norwich City would see them move within touching distance of a return to the Premier League.
The Hornets are the form team of the division alongside the Canaries after five wins in six games, and maximum points this weekend for them combined with any slip-ups from their rivals could see their points cushion in second start to look insurmountable with games running out.
That ominous form for Watford means chasers Brentford and Swansea simply can’t afford to lose any more ground over Easter weekend, or they may be left prepping themselves for the lottery of the play-offs in May.
At the other end of the table, the situation has slightly improved for beleaguered Sheffield Wednesday.
New Owls boss Darren Moore finally picked up a win at the fifth time of asking away at Yorkshire rivals Barnsley last time out to spark some life into their survival bid.
Their path to safety is complicated, however, by the fact Rotherham Utd have to play extensive catch-up on all of the teams around them over the next few weeks.
However, with no team in the bottom seven hitting any kind of consistent form, the Easter weekend double could be instructive as to which sides could be dropping down into League One this summer.
Here are our correct score predictions for the weekend action…
Friday 2nd April
BOURNEMOUTH 1-0 MIDDLESBROUGH
BRISTOL CITY 2-1 STOKE
CARDIFF 1-0 N FOREST
DERBY 0-1 LUTON
MILLWALL 2-1 ROTHERHAM
PRESTON 1-3 NORWICH
QPR 1-1 COVENTRY
WATFORD 2-0 SHEFF WED
WYCOMBE 0-0 BLACKBURN
BARNSLEY 2-1 READING
BIRMINGHAM 1-1 SWANSEA
Saturday 3rd April
HUDDERSFIELD 1-2 BRENTFORD
Monday 5th April
MIDDLESBROUGH 0-0 WATFORD
BLACKBURN 2-1 BOURNEMOUTH
COVENTRY 1-0 BRISTOL CITY
LUTON 1-1 BARNSLEY
N FOREST 1-0 QPR
READING 2-0 DERBY
ROTHERHAM 2-2 WYCOMBE
STOKE 1-0 MILLWALL
SWANSEA 2-1 PRESTON
SHEFF WED 1-1 CARDIFF
Tuesday 6th April
BRENTFORD 2-0 BIRMINGHAM
NORWICH 3-1 HUDDERSFIELD
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Find our English Championship betting tips for each gameweek below as the 2020/21 campaign continues.
Odds correct at time of writing but may be subject to change.
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