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West Brom vs Wigan

WBA failed to be more challenging in their latest performance on the road to a slightly underestimated Hull, definitely lacking focus at the finishing for a more suitable outcome.
The visitors conceded in the 33rd, complicating their situation even more later in the 57th when they scored their own, being a side that held the initiative, especially during the second part, but unfortunately for them, without any concrete solutions in the front.
West Brom is holding the 11th spot in the general standings, having seven points less than playoff-placed Norwich.
The hosts miss goalkeeper Palmer (17/0), central defender Bartley (7/2), right-back Furlong (28/2), offensive midfielder Phillips (25/2), and forwards Thomas-Asante (23/5) and Grant (23/3).
Wigan had a certain dose of luck in avoiding defeat at home in the last round facing underdogs from Birmingham, as they ended the clash taking a point in a 1:1 game.
They found themselves in a 0:1 deficit already at the opening, bouncing back with an equalizer later in the 59th over Fletcher, being quite lucky not to pay the price of an open play, as the visitors missed the penalty only seven minutes later.
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Blackpool vs Sunderland 🟡

Blackpool continues with their insecure performances, as they extended their winless run in the last round at home against favored Sheffield Utd when they suffered a close 1:2 defeat.
The hosts conceded on two occasions up until the 49th but managed to spice this one only six minutes later when they reduced over Ekpiteta, however, failed to use the gained momentum to its full potential.
Blackpool is positioned at the 23rd spot in the overall standings, facing some serious relegation worries if they don’t improve as soon as possible.
They will miss goalkeeper Maxwell (12/0), right-back Gabriel (9/0), left-back Garbutt (4/0), defensive midfielder Bridcutt (4/0), offensive midfielders Corbeanu (17/3), Anderson (1/0), and Fiorini (4/0).
Sunderland, on the contrary, appeared quite convincing in their latest fixture on the road against Wigan, as they recorded a morale-boosting 1:4 victory.
Both sides were successful in scoring once during the first part, however, the visitors were by far more creative in the continuation when they added three more to the scoreline and deservedly celebrated in this encounter.
Sunderland occupies the 4th spot in the Championship standings, gaining momentum with two back-to-back victories.
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Bournemouth vs Nottingham ❌

Bournemouth bounced back after a two-match winless run in the last round on the road against Blackburn when they routinely took all three with a 0:3 victory.
The guests appeared quite well in transition, scoring once in the first, and two more in the continuation, proving yet again their enviable offensive capabilities and creating a nice background for the upcoming clash of great importance.
Bournemouth is currently at the 2nd spot in the Championship standings, three points ahead of their opponents in the upcoming clash.
Midfielders Stanislas (7/0), Brooks (7/1) and defender Davis (12/0) won’t be playing in this one.
Nottingham continues with their confident appearances, as they are currently enjoying a four-match positive run, winning their latest fixture at home against Swansea with a pretty convincing 5:1 result.
Both sides managed to be effective once during the first, but the hosts appeared almost perfectly in the front when the match moved to the second, as they added four more to the scoreline, and deservedly celebrated in this encounter.
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Millwall vs Huddersfield ❌

Millwall failed to be more creative in their last home match against Middlesbrough when they took a point in a 0:0 stalemate.
The bookies were predicting a tough clash, and that was exactly the case, as none of the sides exposed too much and tried with a bit riskier approach.
Milwall is currently at the 11th spot in the Championship rankings, still in the game for the playoff, as they have only three points less than Sheffield Utd.
The hosts will miss central-back Hutchinson (27/0), defensive midfielder Kieftenbeld (20/0), Leonard (16/0), offensive midfielder Ojo (16/0), forwards Burke (6/0) and Bradshaw (15/7).
Huddersfield made a decent appearance last time out on the road against favored WBA when they proved the bookies wrong and ended the clash with a 2:2 draw.
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Bristol City vs Coventry ❌

Bristol City did a more than decent job in their last home match against favored Middlesbrough when they proved the bookmakers wrong and recorded a 2:1 victory.
They took an early lead in the 7th over Weimann, overly looking, appearing quite effective in transition, and successfully doubled it later on in the 68th when Semenyo was effective.
They still failed to walk away with a clean sheet, as the visitors managed to score a comforting one at the last minute, but even so, Bristol City can be more than satisfied with their performance in this one.
They currently hold the 16th spot in the rankings, at a safe distance from the danger zone, but not in a position to compete for the playoff leading places for now.
The hosts miss goalkeeper O’Leary (9/0), right full-back Tanner (12/1), central-back Atkinson (23/0), midfielders O’Dowda (20/1), James (21/1) and King (12/1).
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Luton vs Barnsley ✅

Luton did just enough in their last Championship appearance on the road against slightly favored Swansea when they took a narrow 0:1 victory.
Even though they were generally outplayed, they demonstrated more than decent play in transition and punished their opponents for effectivity absence in the 72nd minute when Cornick scored the only one in this clash.
Luton is currently at the 9th spot in the overall rankings, having three points less compared to the play-off placed WBA.
Forward Adebayo (24/11) should be out injured for this one, while doubtful remain central-back Bradley (17/2) and midfielder Clark (18/2).
Barnsley, on the contrary, continued their negative run in the Championship campaign last time out at home against Cardiff when they failed to be more creative and come with a 0:1 defeat.
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Bournemouth vs Cardiff City

Bournemouth ended their poor momentum, finally, in the last round away against QPR when they did just enough to record a victory with a minimal result.
They appeared more concrete with the ball and successfully scored the only one in this clash over Solanke back in the 41st, overly looking, being more dangerous during the whole clash, and deservedly took all three points.
Bournemouth still holds the leading spot, despite their insecure appearances, having one point more than second-placed Fulham.
Right full-back Smith (7/0) is out for the hosts, as well as offensive midfielder Brooks (7/1).
Cardiff narrowly escaped from a defeat last time out on the road against Birmingham when they managed to pull out a 2:2 draw in a pretty dynamic clash.
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Bournemouth vs QPR

Bournemouth met the expectations in their last home match against underdogs from Barnsley when they outplayed them in every aspect and recorded a convincing 3:0 victory.
They took an early lead in the 8th minute while being a dominant side during the whole clash, scoring two more in the 46th and the 82nd wasn’t much of a challenge for them, leaving the guests with a minimal number of opportunities to be dangerous in this one.
Bournemouth is currently at the 5th spot in the general rankings, being only two points in deficit compared to the leaders from WBA.
They continue missing midfielders Cook and Stanislas (2/0) due to injuries.
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Bournemouth vs Brentford

Bournemouth ended the regular part of the season in the 6th spot and is approaching this first leg of the playout phase shaken a bit, as they were in three matches losing streak prior to this one.
In their last match at home against underdogs from Stoke, they appeared quite passive and suffered a 0:2 loss, not using the huge ball possession advantage which they had during the whole encounter.
As mentioned, they conceded two in total, over Forrester in the 36th and Smith in the 52nd, but this match had no competitive signature, so their poor appearance was understandable to a certain level.
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Wycombe vs Barnsley

Wycombe finally ended their four matches losing streak in the last round at home against Preston, as they recorded a close 1:0 victory.
The hosts opened the match more aggressively, and their effort paid out in the 27th minute when Tafazolli was able to score. Seemingly satisfied with the result, the home side opted for a more defensive approach in the continuation, not having too many problems in keeping their sheet clean, as the visitors were pretty passive throughout the encounter.
Wycombe is hammered at the bottom of the table, having small chances to escape the relegation scenario this season.
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