Championship Live Streaming Schedule : Cardiff v Middlesbrough, Watford v Wolves, Millwall v Leeds, Leicester v Ipswich all feature online
November 17, 2012 · 0 Comments
The Championship football is back with latest odds released on Cardiff v Middlesbrough, Leicester v Ipswich, Birmingham v Hull, Millwall v Leeds, Watford v Wolves available online through Bet365′s live stream service.
As always, it is sure to be a fantastic weekend of action in the Championship with eleven games taking place on Saturday and then one on Sunday afternoon.
There is no doubt that one of the pick of the ties sees Cardiff City, who sit in third place, take on Middlesbrough in second. Cardiff bounced back from two straight defeats last weekend as they beat Hull, whereas Tony Mowbray’s Boro are flying right now and are unbeaten in nine Championship matches. This is all set to be a cracking encounter between these two that are separated by just a single point, as the Bluebirds look worth backing at 11/10.
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League-leaders Crystal Palace will then be looking to make it five wins from five when they take on Derby County at Selhurst Park. With the way Palace are playing right now – you would fancy them to take the points in this one as Ian Holloway looks to continue the superb work by Douggie Freedman.
Steve Bruce’s Hull City then make the journey to struggling Birmingham and the visitors will be looking to stay in fourth place. Lee Clark is not finding life very easy at St Andrews, and with Bruce looking for victory at his employees, the 9/5 looks a worthy price.
Two teams searching for points from very different reasons meet at the King Power Stadium as Leicester City host Ipswich Town. Leicester sit in the top six, whilst Ipswich are in the bottom three. Nigel Pearson’s side a without a win in four and the Championship’s early season pace setters are desperate for a win to stay in touch with the leaders.
Ipswich however will be no pushovers and have improved since the arrival of Mick McCarthy. DJ Campbell has arrived on loan from QPR and made an immediate impact, scoring two in three, and with a confidence boosting 2-1 win over Burnley in their previous match the value could be with the away win at hackable odds of 5/1.
Elsewhere, Bolton Wanderers take on Barnsley, who have lost four games in a row and Charlton Athletic travel to Burnley.
Huddersfield Town take on Brighton & Hove Albion and both of these clubs are looking to finish in the top six this campaign and sit in sixth and eighth right now – so this is a big encounter.
Watford and Wolverhampton Wanderers also meet and Blackpool make the journey to Bristol City, who are currently at the foot of the table and really struggling.
The late kick-off on Saturday sees Peterborough United and Blackburn Rovers lock horns. Rovers are without a win in three now and have moved out of the top six, whereas Peterborough have lost three in a row – so both need the points here.
The encounter on Sunday looks to be a fairly feisty 90 minutes of action as Millwall are at home to Leeds United.
Millwall are now just four points off a play-off place and are on a superb run so will fancy their chances against Leeds, who suffered a 6-1 defeat at home to Watford on Saturday.
Bring on the action in one of the most competitive and entertaining leagues around.
By Joe Rooney