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The selections come from our match previews so don’t forget to check out this week’s football predictions and betting tips for all other fixtures not covered in here.


Manchester City vs Fulham

FST predicts: 3-1 Manchester City

Fulham have scored in five of their last six Premier League matches and should be able to trouble a Manchester City defence with just three league clean sheets this season.

However, the Citizens were rampant last weekend and are firm favourites against the weak Fulham back line. The Cottagers have conceded three or more goals on four occasions this term, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Guardiola’s men bag a trio.

Norwich vs Sheffield Wednesday

FST predicts: 1-1 draw

Sheffield Wednesday have drawn each of their last three Championship games and have seen fewer than three goals scored in 87% of their league matches this season.

Norwich aren’t much better in the goals department, seeing the unders land in 71% of their home matches and picking up just one point from their last two games. Sheffield Wednesday have improved under Tony Pulis and can take a point from the Canaries.

Brentford vs Blackburn

FST predicts: 2-1 Brentford

Brentford are justified favourites for this clash as they face a Blackburn side that have lost every clash with teams above them in the table this term, but a clean sheet could be out of reach.

Blackburn have scored in all but one of their seven away games this season and there have been 35 goals scored in Blackburn’s last eight trips to Griffin Park. An entertaining home win is on the cards.

Bristol City vs Birmingham

FST predicts: 1-1 draw

Birmingham have lost only one of their seven away games in the Championship and have an excellent record against Bristol City, losing twice in their last 19 clashes.

Meanwhile, the Robins have failed to win four of their last five home games. However, the Blues have drawn five of their last seven on the road so a low scoring stalemate looks the best option.

Millwall vs Derby

FST predicts: 1-1 draw

No side has drawn more games than Millwall’s eight in the Championship this season, and five of their last six outings have ended in a stalemate.

This one looks no different as they face a Derby side without a win in 11 games. Five of these have ended as draws and both of the Rams’ games since Wayne Rooney took full charge have ended 1-1.

Stoke vs Middlesbrough

FST predicts: 2-1 Stoke

Stoke have only lost one of their last five Championship matches and can get the three points against a Boro outfit that have only won once on their travels this season.

The visitors have notched five goals in these seven away games, and with Stoke averaging 1.86 goals per home game in the Championship this season and four of their last six games featuring three or more goals, a 2-1 win for the Potters looks likely.

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