Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Championship games of the week.
As we prepare for another matchday of EPL Championship action, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.
Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 6 of the EFL Championship.
Goals likely on both sides when Blackburn face Stoke City
Blackburn suffered back-to-back league defeats against Sheffield United and Reading after starting the new campaign with three wins.
We expect the Rovers to get back to goalscoring ways when they meet Stoke this weekend.
Blackburn’s impressive attacking stats on home soil combined with Stoke’s out-of-form backline suggest the hosts will score in the upcoming match.
However, Stoke’s impressive stats of chance-creation convince us they will also find the back of the net on Saturday.
Expect goals when Hull City meet Coventry
Hull City suffered their first defeat of the new season when they met West Brom last Saturday.
Next up, they face Coventry, who come into the game on the back of a 3-2 defeat against Millwall.
We expect Coventry to push for the home win. Having scored in their last ten matches, the host will most likely find several chances to score in the upcoming game.
However, Coventry’s goal stats in away games convince us they won’t sit back and defend at the KC Stadium.
This will increase the goal probability on both sides as it provides Hull City with more counter-attacking chances.
Expect goals on both ends when Middlesbrough host Swansea
Middlesbrough have found a terrible start to the new season, remaining winless after the first five matchdays.
This weekend, they must face Swansea, who suffered a 2-0 defeat against Luton Town last week.
The Swans registered 14 shots against Luton but couldn’t score for the first time in four games.
We expect them to find the back of the net against Middlebrough‘s out-of-form backline.
However, Boro’s fantastic attacking stats combined with Swansea’s recent defensive struggles convince us they will also score in the upcoming match.