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David Prutton’s Championship score predictions

David Prutton’s Championship score predictions are revealed ready for another busy week of football in the second tier of English football.

The former Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Leeds, Swindon, Sheffield Wednesday, and England U21 footballer currently works as a presenter, pundit, and commentator, but now he gives his thoughts on the outcome of the next few days matches.

After looking at the majority of his predictions, it’s found that last season he was mostly accurate and that if you put the scores he’s gone with into a table, it is was similar to the Championship table. See what he scores he went with below…

West Brom vs QPR

West Brom have just slowed down a little in the last couple of weeks, with three draws in a row and just three goals in their last four games.

They are still creating chances, but haven’t been converting them.

But Valerien Ismael will be confident that the goals will come again if they keep getting into the right areas.

QPR have suffered back-to-back defeats in the Championship, but the way they played against Everton in the Carabao Cup in midweek showed they still have real belief in what they are doing.

I fancy goals here, and a draw.

West Bromwich Albion Championship form:
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West Bromwich Albion form (all competitions):
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Queens Park Rangers Championship form:
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Queens Park Rangers form (all competitions):
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Prutton predicts: 2-2

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Reading vs Middlesbrough

Things were looking up for Reading after a couple of brilliant results, particularly the win at Fulham last week, but off-field issues have come to the fore since to dampen the mood at the club, which is such a shame.

Middlesbrough haven’t started how many would have expected this season, and they will be up against it on Saturday in more ways than one. I fancy a Royals win.

Reading Championship form:
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Middlesbrough Championship form:
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Prutton predicts: 2-1

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Bournemouth vs Luton

Bournemouth are ticking along very nicely under Scott Parker now! They are still unbeaten and are right up there with West Brom and Fulham now in terms of sides expected to challenge for the top two – quickly breaking into that group at the point those other sides were looking like they could run away with it.

Luton have had a week to dwell on the way they threw away that three-goal lead against Swansea, and this is one of the worst places they could have chosen to go in a bid to bounce back. Home win for me.

Bournemouth Championship form:
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Bournemouth form (all competitions):
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Luton Town Championship form:
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Prutton predicts: 2-1

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Bristol City vs Fulham

Bristol City simply cannot win at home, but they are picking up some good results away from Ashton Gate and it has been a pretty positive start to the season under Nigel Pearson.

Fulham have lost two of their last three, and would have been really disappointed with the way they were beaten by Reading last week.

This league is so unpredictable, and this could be the game that City finally win again at home.

Bristol City Championship form:
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Fulham Championship form:
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Fulham form (all competitions):
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Prutton predicts: 1-0

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Sheffield United vs Derby

Sheffield United can’t stop scoring now. Their early-season worries seem a long way behind them already as the Slavisa Jokanovic plan clicks into gear.

Derby got a brilliant win against all odds versus Stoke last week, and they will have to show similar resilience to claim anything from Bramall Lane. I think they will, and could well get a point.

Sheffield United Championship form:
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Sheffield United form (all competitions):
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Derby County Championship form:
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Derby County form (all competitions):
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Prutton predicts: 2-2

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Stoke vs Hull

It is just one win in four now for Stoke, although they still remain in the top six of the Championship heading into the weekend.

This is the type of game they need to win if they want to stay there.

Hull finally scored again last Saturday, but it proved to be nothing but a consolation goal against Sheffield United.

There are issues for Grant McCann to deal with if they want to keep clear of the bottom three, but I can’t see them getting anything here.

Stoke City Championship form:
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Stoke City form (all competitions):
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Hull City Championship form:
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Prutton predicts: 1-0

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Coventry vs Peterborough

Coventry City play host to Peterborough United on Friday evening knowing that victory could be enough to move into top spot of the Championship standings.

While the Sky Blues are dreaming about a surprise promotion bid, Peterborough need to avoid defeat in order to climb out of the relegation zone.

Coventry City Championship form:
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Peterborough United Championship form:
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The score prediction David Prutton has gone with is a 2-1 win in favour of Coventry City.

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Birmingham vs Preston

Birmingham City will be aiming to bounce back from two convincing defeats when they host Preston North End on Saturday.

The Blues are currently 11th in the Championship table with 11 points, while the Lilywhites are 16th with nine points.

Birmingham City Championship form:
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Birmingham City form (all competitions):
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Preston North End Championship form:
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Preston North End form (all competitions):
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The score prediction David Prutton has gone with is a 2-1 win in favour of Preston North End.

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Blackburn vs Cardiff

Blackburn Rovers will be looking to keep hold of their place in the playoffs when they welcome fellow promotion chasers Cardiff City to Ewood Park on Saturday afternoon.

Tony Mowbray’s side have lost just one of their opening eight games and are sixth in the Championship, while Cardiff have slipped to 10th following back-to-back defeats.

Blackburn Rovers Championship form:
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Cardiff City Championship form:
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Cardiff City form (all competitions):
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The score prediction David Prutton has gone with is a 1-1 draw between the two sides.

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Blackpool vs Barnsley

Blackpool and Barnsley will both be looking to push away from the Championship relegation zone when they meet at Bloomfield Road on Saturday.

The two teams each have eight points – three above the bottom three – and sit 19th and 18th respectively with a win for either side being much needed at this point in time.

Blackpool Championship form:
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Blackpool form (all competitions):
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Barnsley Championship form:
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The score prediction David Prutton has gone with is a 1-1 draw between the two sides.

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Nottingham Forest vs Millwall

Newly appointed Steve Cooper kicks off his Nottingham Forest reign with a Championship fixture at home to Millwall on Saturday afternoon.

Forest sit just four points adrift of the visitors, whose three successive draws have left them down in 17th position in the standings.

Nottingham Forest Championship form:
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Nottingham Forest form (all competitions):
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Millwall Championship form:
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Millwall form (all competitions):
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The score prediction David Prutton has gone with is a 2-0 win in favour of Nottingham Forest.

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Swansea vs Huddersfield

Following a dramatic comeback last week, Swansea City will look to make a return to winning ways on Saturday, when they welcome Huddersfield Town to the Liberty Stadium.

The Swans trailed 3-0 against Luton but went on to salvage a point in impressive fashion, while their visitors will look to bounce back after a defeat to strugglers Nottingham Forest.

Swansea City Championship form:
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Swansea City form (all competitions):
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Huddersfield Town Championship form:
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Huddersfield Town form (all competitions):
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The score prediction David Prutton has gone with is a 2-1 win in favour of Huddersfield Town.

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