With Manchester United team making hard for our selection to be successful yesterday, tonight the best option was to look on the Championship games. With all this matches having the same kick-off time of 21:45pm there outcome will be highly awaited by everyone. Bristol City vs Luton: Bristol City are without a win in their last thirteen matches, while loosing ten. With this Luton might be encouraged and optimistic to win the tonight game. Coventry vs Cardiff: Both teams have scored against each other in their last meetings, hence tonight will not be exceptional. Stoke vs Barnsley: Stoke have won all three of their home league games this season, scoring six goals in the process. Everyone is still expecting them to win tonight, hopeful they will. Nottingham vs Middlesbrough: Scoring between each other isn't an optional. So tonight the team scoring against each other is predictable. Middlesbrough may also win the match, for they have only won once. Without forgetting Milwall will win against Swansea, and on the other side Fulham will be back on track by beating Birmingham.
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