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All These 10 Teams will win This Mid-week and Earn You Huge Cash of 74,000

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Borussia Monchengladbach vs Manchester City win

Borussia Monchengladbach made it three games without a win in their shock 2-1 loss at home to Mainz at the weekend, and their prospects of ending this run aren’t looking promising if history is anything to go by.

Predictions Manchester city win


Blackburn Rovers vs Watford

Three wins from three has put Watford right back in the mix for automatic promotion and the Hornets can strengthen their bid for a top two spot with victory over out of sorts Blackburn on Wednesday.

Prediction Blackburn Rovers win


Swansea City vs Coventry

Swansea suffered a real hiding at the hands of Huddersfield Town on Saturday, but Steve Cooper’s side are tipped to bounce straight back when they entertain Coventry City at the Liberty Stadium.Few would have seen Saturday’s result coming for the Swans, who travelled to West Yorkshire on the back of six wins and two draws from their previous eight Championship matches.

Predii Swansea win


Brentford vs Shefield Wednesday

Brentford desperately need to curb their three game losing run here to keep hold of second spot and the Bees are backed to do so against a Sheffield Wednesday side that have lost ten of their 15 starts on the road this season.

Prediction Brentford win


Barnsley vs Stoke City

After three straight wins and four victories from their last six league starts at Oakwell, Barnsley are tipped to edge out fellow play-off chasers Stoke when the sides clash in South Yorkshire this week.The Tykes are firmly on the march towards the top six and go into the midweek fixtures just four points shy of sixth-placed Bournemouth. Stoke also have the same gap to bridge, though it’s Barnsley who have more momentum behind them and a game in hand to come.

Predictions Barnsley win


Bournemouth vs Curdiff



There’s a huge three points up for grabs at the Vitality Stadium as sixth-placed Bournemouth host seventh-placed Cardiff and it’s the Bluebirds who are backed to secure a sixth league win on the bounce.City have been transformed since the arrival of new boss Mick McCarthy and there is no side in better form than the Bluebirds right now. Saturday’s 4-0 thrashing of Preston made it five wins in five for the Welsh outfit who are charging towards the play-off positions at a rate of knots.

Predictions Bournemouth




QPR vs Preston

QPR made it four league wins on the bounce with their 2-1 victory over Bournemouth on Saturday and the Superhoops are supported to consign Preston to their tenth home defeat of the campaign this Wednesday.These sides are currently level on points in the Championship table, but recent trajectories couldn’t be wider contrasting.

Predictions QPR Win

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