The latest Watford v Nottingham Forest, Wigan v Middlesbrough odds and live streaming news from the Championship.
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Two games come from the Championship on Sunday afternoon and they should be interesting encounters as Watford entertain Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough make the journey to Wigan Athletic.
Looking at Watford v Forest to begin with, these two teams have started the season well as the former have seven points on the board, whereas the latter have managed to win all three of their games and know they will remain top of the league with another win here.
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Zola’s men lost in the play-off final last year of course, so they have done well to bounce back and start the season strongly.
The Hornets always fancy themselves to take the spoils when on home soil and if Troy Deeney is at his best, he is sure to get himself on the score-sheet once more. In three games, Deeney has already found the net five times and looks to be the most clinical striker in this league right now.
When looking for some value, you might think Watford’s main man right now is cracking value to break the deadlock as he is at 9/2 to score first.
The home side are available at 6/5 to take this one, which aren’t bad odds at all and fans will expect all three points.
However, at 13/5, the value could be with the only side with a 100 per cent record in the league as they are full of confidence and look like being title contenders this year.
Nottingham Forest were 3-0 winners over Bolton last time out, so certainly found some form in-front of goal and do have the quality to take this one.
It is worth noting that Billy Davies’ men haven’t conceded a goal in the Championship yet, so they are defensively strong and might make themselves being tough to beat the priority.
Then, Wigan are at home to Middlesbrough and will be looking to bounce back from two games without a win, which won’t please Owen Coyle.
Last time out, the Latics had to come back from 2-0 down to draw at home to Doncaster Rovers and Coyle knows they are the kind of teams they need to be beating.
However, another home game means there is another chance to take all three points and Wigan are the big favourites for this one at 5/6.
Middlesbrough have been as inconsistent as they were last season so far this campaign as they have won, drawn and lost their three league games so far and Tony Mowbray will be after a decent performance from his men here.
There is no doubt the north-east side have plenty of quality in their squad and some bets might be popular on the visitors as they are out at 4/1 and in the Championship, that is good value as anything can happen in this league.
There could be plenty of goals in both matches on Sunday and we should be in for a few hours on entertainment. Bring on the action from 1.15pm.