Games kick off at 15:00 GMT on Saturday
Brighton have consistently shown they have enough quality to fashion an abundance of opportunities and they should find joy against a poor West Brom side.
Graham Potter’s side have created an average of 1.09 xGF per game when on the road this term, and while that’s a mediocre attacking output, it’s worth remembering they’re up against the league’s worst defence according to expected goals.
An easy Brighton win is the way to go.
With 15 games left in the Championship, Barnsley are in a lofty seventh, just a point of the play-offs.
Four straight wins makes Valérien Ismaël’s side strong favourites against Millwall who - despite being unbeaten in their last five - have drawn their last two.
Don’t expect goals in this fixture. Neither side has set the world alight in attack this season.
After not one, not two, but three blips, Brentford returned to winning ways with victory over Sheffield Wednesday in midweek.
Thomas Frank’s team saw their 21-game unbeaten run ended by Barnsley two weeks ago, spawning a three-match losing streak.
But we think the Bees are back to their promotion-chasing ways and will easily brush aside an inconsistent Stoke at home.
Who can stop Cardiff in February? The Bluebirds are red hot, winning their last six and scoring 15 goals in the process.
They face ex-boss Neil Warnock in a tricky away tie at Middlesbrough. Boro have been patchy in recent weeks but I think they’ll make a game of it.
The hosts have found the target in each of their last five matches. Expect goals in this one.
Form is everything in the Championship. These two sides are out of it. Both Reading and Rotherham have lost four of their last five games.
The Royals have slowly gone from automatic-promotion hunters to play-off contenders. But Veljko Paunović’s side are still in a healthy fifth.
The Millers on the other hand are 22nd, in the relegation zone and two points off safety.
We think Reading will scrape through this fixture. But only just.
Swansea keep on finding a way to win. Four victories from their last five is sending signals across the second tier. The South Wales club are targeting another promotion push.
Bristol City, well they’re on the slide. New manager Nigel Pearson watched his team end a run of six straight Championship defeats with an impressive win at Middlesbrough last time out.
But we’re expecting the Robins to crash back down to earth away to the Swans.
Odds correct at 09:00 (26/02/21)
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