Leicester to beat Bolton 3/4
With Leicester knocking out Reading on Boxing Day and Burnley losing against the revamped Middlesbrough, Leicester now found them-selves top of the Sky Bet Championship. Now the foxes sit two points ahead of Burnley and three points ahead of expected title challengers, QPR. Leicester invite Bolton to the King Power stadium with the intention of playing up to their stadiums name, winning their last two games against Reading and QPR, who are also challengers, will boost the foxes confidence. Bolton will be the visitors who have shown inconsistency as of late that could eventually doom them to the bottom three. Bolton have recently fallen down to 17th and will have to pick something at Leicester to avoid the drop becoming a larger picture. Bolton have only won two of their last five games and most recently managed to scrape together a 1-0 win against struggling, Barnsley on Boxing Day. A big contest for both teams that have shared Premiership history before, Leicester look the strongest to return to the top flight and their plans will surely be to demolish Bolton’s ambitions of attacking the King’s reign.
Ipswich to beat Bournemouth 7/4:
Ipswich have recently made a surge towards the play off places and have become one of the in-form teams in the Championship so far. This time last season they were fighting in the second half of the table, but Mick McCarthy has turned around the Tractor Boys. The East Anglicans are unbeaten in five games, including three wins, their most recent being travelling away, and beating new comers Doncaster Rovers, 3-0. With Ipswich being unbeaten on the road since November, Mick and the blue shirts will be hoping of securing some valuable points against the newly promoted side. Bournemouth are currently in 15th position and are now eight points clear of the drop zone, but they too will know that this situation can quickly change in this sort of league. Bournemouth have shown some survival power winning their last two games, but their away form has been better when compared with performances at the Goldstands Dean Cort Stadium. Ipswich though will be hunting for new farmland to conquer come Sunday if they want to make a return to the top flight.
Coventry to beat Oldham 10/11:
The Sky Blues in League One may not have their own ground to play home games at but they are making ground in the League One table, even though they had suffered a points deduction at the start of their campaign. Coventry are currently 12th, slap bang in the middle of the table and some maybe even thinking of a play off position if they continue their form. Their last encounter was against expected challengers, Peterborough who were buried with a 4-2 score line. Oldham will now be the next challenge and they have only managed to win once in their last five matches, the win coming against newbies, Mansfield in the cup. Oldham are also in desperate need of points as the threat of relegation looms over the blue shirts who are only four points clear. A big test for both sides, and a win for either team could boost their ambitions even more. But with Oldham struggling to find their feet, the shining blue colour could just actually be a light shade on Sunday.
Rochdale to beat Bristol Rovers 10/11:
Rochdale this season are making a greater bid for promotion as they currently sit in 7th position with a two point advantage over Fleetwood who are trying to jump off their seat just below the Greater Manchester side. Rochdale have gained eight points from their last five encounters and will be welcoming Bristol Rovers with delight because they are having problems at the opposite side of the League Two table. The Rovers, similar to their opponents have gained eight points from their last two games, but they are only two points clear of the drop zone in 19th position. An interesting battle on Sunday and both teams will be coming out in full force to ensure they meet their desired objectives.
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