On to Sunday now, and there’s no better place to start than the East Anglian derby at Carrow Road between Norwich and Ipswich. They say form goes out the window for local derbies, but current form and recent history between these two is hard to ignore. It’s almost nine years since Ipswich beat the Canaries, and it’s 13 years since they bagged all three points from a trip to Norfolk. Norwich were excellent in their away draw at Derby last time out, while Ipswich were lucky to escape with a draw from their home game with relegation-threatened Burton in their previous outing. All things considered, 4/5 for a home win looks an absolute banker, and is my tip of the weekend.
Last up is a pair of sides that have put in plenty of Jekyll and Hyde performances this season. Leeds United started the season with five consecutive wins. Since then, they have seen runs of three straight defeats, then another four losses in a row a few weeks later, followed by a four-game winning streak in December. The only consistency in their season has been the inconsistency in their performances. Bristol City, meanwhile, managed to sum up Leeds’ entire season in one game last weekend when they were 3-0 up against Sunderland at half-time, only to end the game drawing 3-3. The game will be Paul Heckingbottom’s first home game as Leeds United manager, so he’ll be keen for his side to put in a decent display, while the Robins will have ground to make up on the leading pack by the time kick off comes around. Just one win in nine games for the visitors makes Leeds the favourites for me, and the fact that they haven’t won and kept a clean sheet in the same match since before Christmas leads me to the very interesting price of nearly 4/1 for them to win with both teams scoring. That’ll do for me, and it could be the Sunday side bet that makes you a lot of wonga.
Tip of the Day: Form and history are on Norwich’s side as they prepare to face local rivals Ipswich on Sunday, and odds of 4/5 for the home win are too good to refuse.
Championship Treble: £10 on Nottingham Forest, Sunderland and Cardiff returns a whopping £195 with William Hill.
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