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Sky Bet Betting Preview

5 February 2016

This week's Sky Bet betting preview...

Burnley
Burnley are the slight 13/8 favourites with Sky Bet for victory at home to fellow Sky Bet Championship promotion contenders Hull on Saturday afternoon.
 
The Tigers have been priced up at 7/4 to return to the KC Stadium with the three points and the draw is on offer at 11/5.
 
Burnley have scored four goals in three of their last four home games and Sky Bet offer a massive 80/1 for the Clarets to win 4-0 and 18/1 is the price for Sean Dyche’s side to win by three or more goals.
 
Derby County
Sky Bet make Derby the even-money favourites to claim victory at Fulham as the Rams bid to snap a five-match winless run.
 
The Cottagers are outsiders at 13/5 despite having home advantage and the draw is on offer at 5/2.
 
Derby striker Chris Martin is the 9/2 favourite in Sky Bet’s first goalscorer odds and the former Norwich forward is priced up at 50/1 to net a hat-trick.
 
Ipswich Town
Ipswich are the 17/10 outsiders with Sky Bet to win on the road at QPR on Saturday afternoon, while the hosts are priced up as 13/8 favourites and the draw can be found at 11/5.
 
Tractor Boys forward Daryl Murphy is one of three 6/1 favourites in Sky Bet’s first goalscorer odds alongside QPR duo Conor Washington and Sebastian Polter.
 
Ryan Fraser netted first in Ipswich’s 2-1 midweek win over Reading and he’s a 10/1 chance to open the scoring at Loftus Road.
 
Nottingham Forest
Nottingham Forest are the 19/10 outsiders with Sky Bet to win on the road at Leeds on Saturday afternoon, while the hosts are priced up as 6/4 favourites and the draw can be backed at 11/5.
 
Forest won 1-0 at promotion chasers Middlesbrough in their last away game and a repeat of that scoreline can be supported at 13/2 with Sky Bet.
 
You can also get 5/2 in Sky Bet’s Correct Score Group Betting for Forest to win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1.
 
Rotherham United
Sky Bet make Rotherham the 19/10 outsiders for three points at Bolton in a crunch clash on Saturday afternoon, while the hosts are 7/5 favourites and the draw can be found at 23/10.
 
The Millers drew 2-2 at Cardiff in their last away game and Sky Bet offer 14/1 for a repeat of that scoreline this time out.
 
You can also get 100/30 in Sky Bet’s Correct Score Group Betting for the match to end 0-0, 1-1 or 2-2.
 
Wolves
Sky Bet have Wolves on offer as 23/10 outsiders to win at Reading on Saturday afternoon, while the hosts can be backed as 6/5 favourites and the draw is on offer at 23/10 too.
 
Kenny Jackett’s men have drawn both of their last two games and Sky Bet’s Correct Score Group Betting goes 100/30 that this match ends 0-0, 1-1 or 2-2.
 
New signing Joe Mason is Wolves’ top contender in Sky Bet’s first goalscorer odds at 6/1 and his team-mate Adam Le Fondre can be backed at 7/1.


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