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  • Friday 8 August 2014, 19:45

    Home: Blackburn 2.506/4
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Cardiff 3.002/1

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    Blackburn v Cardiff

    Blackburn conceded the third lowest amount of goals at home last season and only narrowly missed out on a play-off place by three points. Rovers scored the second lowest amount of goals at home in the top half of the table. H2H The two sides have met each other on 56 occasions in the league with Blackburn edging out their Welsh opponents with 22 wins compared to Cardiff’s 21. However Cardiff won their previous encounters in the 12/13 season convincingly, beating Rovers 4-1 at Ewood Park before winning 3-0 on their way to promotion. Cardiff found life tough in the Premier League and sacked manager Malky Mackay shortly after Christmas and replaced him with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. However Cardiff’s woes continued and they were relegated before the end of the season. Cardiff have recently lost Steven Caulker to QPR, but Solskjaer has brought in Norwegian imports who he knows well and Cardiff will be looking to bounce straight back up.
    Blackburn will be aiming for at least a play-off spot this year and will be looking to improve their home form to ensure a top six finish. However Cardiff will have their own aspirations of a top of the table finish and both teams could be right up there come the end of the season. This is a game that neither side will want to lose and we expect a cagey score draw with under 2.5 goals.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Brentford 2.1011/10
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Charlton 3.7027/10

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    Brentford v Charlton

    Brentford finished with seven succesive home wins last season - the highest in the football league. Brentford won more home games in League One than any other team, including that of table topping Wolves. They drew just one game at home all season while they were also the joint-second highest goal scorers at home. H2H These two sides have played each other a total of 36 times in the league and Charlton slightly shade the head-to-heads with 17 wins compared to Brentford’s 12. They have also enjoyed more success in recent fixtures with successive wins in the 11/12 season when both sides were in League One. Charlton staved off the threat of relegation from the Championship last year and only two teams scored fewer goals away from home. Two of last season’s relegated teams, Yeovil and Barnsley, both scored more goals than Charlton during last season.
    Promoted Brentford will be looking to carry on last season’s impressive home form and will have their eyes firmly fixed on survival from day one. The enclosed support at Griffin Park will certainly help them throughout the season while Charlton will have headed their warning signs from last season and be looking for improved performances from the off. Score draw - under 2.5 goals.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Brighton 1.9110/11
    Draw 3.6013/5
    Away: Sheff Wed 4.507/2

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    Brighton v Sheff Wed

    Brighton scored the least amount of home goals of the teams who finished in the top six last season and lost their final two home games of the season. However they had the third best passing accuracy in the league with 79.3% as well as the third best possession stats, averaging 55.2%. H2H In the 14 occasions the teams have played, Sheffield Wednesday have won 10 times compared to Brighton’s four. Wednesday also enjoyed success over Brighton last year picking up four points out of a possible six. Sheffield Wednesday are on the back of three succesive defeats, only three teams in the football league have more. Wednesday finished the season without a win in eight games, their last victory coming against Brighton.
    Sheffield Wednesday fought off the threat of relegation last year and will be looking to make things more comfortable for themselves this time around. However, Brighton will be targeting promotion this year after losing to Derby in the play-off semi final and their class should prove too much for Wednesday.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Derby 1.628/13
    Draw 4.003/1
    Away: Rotherham 6.005/1

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    Derby v Rotherham

    No team scored more goals at home than Derby, while the Rams also scored the most goals in the league overall. Derby did concede the most goals of the play-off teams, but no team had a better passing accuracy than the Rams, averaging 79.8%. Derby are on the back of five successive home wins. H2H Derby have the edge over Rotherham in head-to-heads with 16 wins compared to Rotheram’s 14. Rotherham haven’t beaten Derby in their last five league appearances against the Rams. No team in League One won more games away from home than Rotherham. They were also the highest goal scorers away from home netting 42 times on the road.
    Rotherham may be the surprise package this year and will look to carry on with their impressive away form which served them so well last year. However, Derby will still have the pain of the play-offs on their mind and will be keen to secure automatic promotion this time around. Expect them to set their stall out in their first game at home. Both teams have goals in them so over 2.5 goals looks like an attractive option.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Huddersfield 2.5531/20
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Bournemouth 3.002/1

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    Huddersfield v Bournemouth

    Huddersfield scored 34 times at home last season but conceded 32 in the process leaving them hovering above the relegation zone for the majority of the season. They haven’t won a home game in six attempts, but did sign off with a convincing 4-1 victory away to Watford. H2H Huddersfield dominated Bournemouth in this fixture last year winning 5-1, however that was Huddersfield’s only win in eight attempts against Bournemouth. Four of their last eight games against each other have ended in draws. Bournemouth were the fifth best team at keeping the ball with an average amount of possession at 53.4%. They also had the third most amount of shots per game, averaging 15.1. They were on their longest winning run since 1998/1999 with 8 successive wins.
    Bournemouth will be looking to kick on from their top 10 finish last season and challenge for a play-off spot. Huddersfield survived relegation last year and will look for an improvement. Tight affair, but we can see a narrow away win.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Ipswich 2.608/5
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Fulham 2.8815/8

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    Ipswich v Fulham

    Ipswich’s David McGoldrick had more shots per game than any other player in the league, averaging 3.9 per game. Aaron Cresswell also had the fifth most assists in the league. The Tractor Boys won just two of their last five games. H2H There have been just four goals in the last four encounters between these two sides. Fulham have failed to beat Ipswich in their last nine attempts, their last win was a 10-1 victory back in 1963. Fulham finished in 19th place last year with the worst goal difference in the Premier League, -45. They also conceded the most goals away from home with a staggering 83 goals being scored against them. Fulham have won just one of their last five games.
    Ipswich had somewhat of a revival under Mick McCarthy and will benefit from a full pre-season. The Tractor Boys finished ninth and will have their eyes fixed on a play-off spot. Fulham ’s personnel has significantly changed during the summer and it may take some of their players time to adjust to the Championship.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Middlesboro 1.9110/11
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Birmingham 4.2016/5

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    Middlesboro v Birmingham

    Middlesbrough were the fifth most ill-disciplined side last season suffering 77 yellow cards and nine red cards. However they had the third best defensive record at home conceding just 20 goals. Middlesbrough netted seven times in their last two games of the season. H2H Middlesbrough took four points off Birmingham last year and have won 31 league meetings overall with Birmingham winning 38. Six of the last seven meetings between the two sides have seen at least three goals. Birmingham have failed to win in six games and only survived relegation with a dramatic stoppage time equaliser on the last day of the season. They only managed to win two of their last eight away games.
    With much of the same defence as last year, Middlesbrough will look to continue their impressive defensive record at home. They are a dark horse for promotion with us and we think they'll get off to a solid start against a Birmingham side who should have improved from last year. This fixture usually sees plenty of goalmouth action so expect over 2.5 goals.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Millwall 2.4529/20
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Leeds 3.002/1

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    Millwall v Leeds

    Only two teams conceded more goals at home than Milwall last season, while they were also the fourth lowest goal scorers at home. Only three teams had a worse goal difference than Milwall come the end of the season. However they are unbeaten in their last 4 games at home. H2H Leeds have the edge over Milwall with 14 wins to 11 respectively. In the 28 league games the two teams have played against each other there have only been three draws, while at least one goal has been scored in every game. Only two teams lost more away games than Leeds last season. Bottom of the table Yeovil also scored more goals away from home than Leeds, however Leeds did win their final 2 away games of the season.
    Both of these sides finished in the lower half of the table last season and we can see this being a cagey affair with neither side wanting to lose on the opening day of the season. Leeds have now sold their best player in Ross McCormack and will have to adjust to life without him. Don't expect too much in the way of attacking, fluid football.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Nottm Forest 1.331/3
    Draw 5.509/2
    Away: Blackpool 12.0011/1

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    Nottm Forest v Blackpool

    Nottingham Forest conceded more goals at home than any other team in the top half of the Championship, but only three teams scored more goals than Forest at home. Forest have only won one of their last eight games at home. H2H Four of their last six games have ended in draws with Blackpool slightly edging out Forest last year with a 1-0 win away from home before drawing 1-1 in the reverse fixture. Only one other team scored fewer goals on the road than Blackpool, with the Tangerines netting just 18 times. They also conceded the fifth highest amount of goals away from home.
    Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies has been tasked with getting the club promoted this season. He should be in for a fairly easy start against a depleted Blackpool side that have had mainly trialists playing for them in their pre-season games. Over 2.5 goals.

  • Saturday 9 August 2014, 15:00

    Home: Watford 2.206/5
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Bolton 3.505/2

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    Watford v Bolton

    Watford scored more goals than any other team that were also in the lower half of the table and were the third highest goal scorers in the league overall. Watford were the most ill-disciplined team picking up 99 yellow cards and 6 red cards, but did have the fifth best passing accuracy in the league, averaging 77.3%. Watford are on the back of four successive defeats - the highest in the football league. H2H Each side has 10 wins a piece out of the 24 league meetings between the two teams. Bolton did the double over Watford last year with a 1-0 win at Vicarage Road before winning 2-0 at home.
    Watford usually get off to a flying start at the beginning of the campaign and they will look to do the same against Bolton who they finished one place above last year. Much of their success will be down to whether they can keep hold of Troy Deeney in the transfer window.

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