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Nottingham Forest Vs West Bromwich Albion

Nottingham Forest won't require a repeat of their last result here following a 1-0 Championship setback in their past game against Luton Town. They have not been beaten in the relationship by West Bromwich Albion in their beyond 2 matches, and are unbeaten in their last 8 affiliation matches at home.

West Bromwich Albion will go into the experience after a 2-1 Championship win in the deficiency of Blackpool in their most recent game. They have not won away from home in their last 2 matches in the affiliation.

Prediction Nottingham Forest to win, over 2.5

Bristol City Vs Sheffield United

Bristol City will be looking for a repetitive delayed consequence of the 0-1 Championship win against Stoke City. They are undefeated in their last 2 home affiliation matches. Furthermore, they have not prevailed at home in their last 4 matches in the affiliation.

Following on from being squashed in their keep going game because of Reading in Championship challenge, Sheffield United and their fans will hope to get a superior result this time. Coming into this get-together, they are without an away accomplishment for the past 5 matches in the affiliation.

Prediction Sheffield United to win, both teams to score

FC Midtjylland Vs Aalborg BK

FC Midtjylland will expect a repeat of their last result, following a 1-3 Superliga accomplishment versus Randers. They have been scored against in 5 of their beyond 6 games, giving up 6 targets during that time.

Aalborg BK come into this get-together following a 0-1 Superliga win with the obscuration of Brøndby IF in their past game. Coming into this social affair, they stay unbeaten by FC Midtjylland when they have played them from home in the beyond 2 affiliation games.

Prediction FC Midtjylland to win, both teams to score

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