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David Prutton’s Championship score predictions

David Prutton’s Championship score predictions have been revealed this week, and as usual it’s got plenty of people talking.

The former Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Leeds, Swindon, Sheffield Wednesday, and England U21 footballer who currently works as a presenter, pundit, and commentator has given his thoughts on the outcome of Championship 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…

Derby vs Brentford

A mini-revival for Wayne Rooney’s Derby earlier this year somewhat eased relegation fears and took them as high as 17th in mid-February, but this month has brought those fears back, as they’ve fallen to three defeats from their last four without scoring, which is a worry.

Brentford, meanwhile, have won three of their last four and seem to have shaken off the malaise that followed the end of their 21-game unbeaten run. They picked up a gritty 1-0 win over Blackburn last time out and will likely have to work hard again here, but I’ll back them to take the points.

Derby: 19th – played 36 – won 10 – drew 9 – lost 17 – 39 points
Brentford: 4th – played 35 – won 19 – drew 9 – lost 7 – 66 points

Prutton predicts: 1-2

 
 
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Rotherham vs Watford

It has been two weeks since Rotherham last played, due to a Covid outbreak at the club, so it’s going to be interesting to see how much of an impact that will have on them. They had been on the end of so many slender 1-0 defeats beforehand but beat Sheffield Wednesday last time out and will take confidence from the fact the gap between themselves and safety has barely grown during their absence.

Earlier in the season, I might have gone against Watford, who took a while to warm up on the road. As I’ve mentioned before, that has changed since Xisco Munoz’s arrival and with seven wins from their last eight, it’s hard to look past a comfortable win for the Hornets.

Rotherham: 22nd – played 32 – won 9 – drew 5 – lost 18 – 32 points
Watford: 2nd – played 36 – won 20 – drew 9 – lost 7 – 69 points

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Bournemouth vs Swansea

Bournemouth’s play-off hopes took another hit when they lost out to Barnsley in a five-goal thriller on Saturday, leaving the Cherries chasing down a five-point gap to the top six with 10 games to play. It’s a blow, but Jonathan Woodgate has done well since taking over and will be eager to find a way to set the record straight as quickly as possible.

Swansea are still managing ways to dig out valuable points when they aren’t at their best and it’s keeping their automatic promotion challenge very much intact. Luton put up a good fight at the weekend, though it was Conor Hourihane’s early goal that sealed it. I think they could well pick up some more momentum here.

Bournemouth: 9th – played 36 – won 15 – drew 11 – lost 10 – 56 points
Swansea: 10th – played 35 – won 20 – drew 9 – lost 6 – 69 points

Prutton predicts: 1-2

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Nottingham Forest vs Norwich

There’s still a considerable distance between Forest and the bottom three, but they’ve not won since February 23 and are beginning to look over their shoulder at the sizeable chasing pack.

Norwich had to improve to prevent a shock after a disappointing first half against Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday and did just that, with second-half goals from Teemu Pukki and Todd Cantwell. They picked up an eighth straight win at Hillsborough and I’ll back them to make it nine this week.

N Forest: 17th – played 36 – won 10 – drew 11 – lost 15 – 41 points
Norwich: 1st – played 36 – won 24 – drew 7 – lost 5 – 79 points

Prutton predicts: 0-2

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Wycombe vs Barnsley

Wycombe are still battling away and I think everybody knows they won’t give up on hopes of survival, however bleak the outlook may be. Though they are still rooted to the bottom, three points against Preston certainly provided a morale boost.

However, I think it could be a case of right time, wrong opponent on Wednesday. Barnsley have been relentless in their pursuit to press on from mid-table and it’s paying off as they are firmly in the hunt for promotion. In my eyes, the Tykes will extend their brilliant unbeaten run to 12 games at Adams Park.

Wycombe: 24th – played 36 – won 6 – drew 8 – lost 22 – 26 points
Barnsley: 6th – played 36 – won 18 – drew 7 – lost 11 – 61 points

Prutton predicts: 0-2

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Birmingham vs Reading

The Blues will be without a manager for this game, after Aitor Karanka’s departure on Sunday. I don’t think it was too much of a surprise given the fact they are where they are in the table and the fact they’ve won just three games since early December.

Reading will no doubt see this as a great chance to strengthen their play-off hopes, with Barnsley now also on 61 points and Bournemouth battling just below. They seem to have put a February blip behind them and should run out pretty comfortable winners.

Birmingham: 21st – played 36 – won 8 – drew 11 – lost 17 – 35 points
Reading: 5th – played 36 – won 18 – drew 7 – lost 11 – 61 points

Prutton predicts: 0-2

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Cardiff vs Stoke

The score prediction that David Prutton has predicted for this Championship fixture is a 2-1 win in favour of Cardiff City.

In each sides’ last game played out, the Bluebirds lost 2-1 at home to Watford, and it was also defeat for Stoke who were beat 3-0 by Middlesbrough.

Cardiff: 8th – played 36 – won 15 – drew 9 – lost 12 – 54 points
Stoke: 11th – played 36 – won 12 – drew 12 – lost 12 – 48 points

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Luton vs Coventry

The score prediction that David Prutton has predicted for this Championship fixture is a 1-0 win in favour of Luton Town.

In each sides’ last game played out, Nathan Jones’ side lost 1-0 when they played host to Swansea,  and the last time Coventry played was a 1-0 win against Derby on the 6th of March.

Luton: 16th – played 35 – won 12 – drew 8 – lost 15 – 44 points
Coventry: 20th – played 35 – won 9 – drew 11 – lost 15 – 38 points

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Middlesbrough vs Preston

The score prediction that David Prutton has predicted for this Championship fixture is a 2-0 win in favour of Middlesbrough.

In each sides’ last game played out, Neil Warnock’s men won 3-0 against Stoke, Preston suffered another disappointing result with a 1-0 loss at Wycombe.

Middlesbrough: 9th – played 36 – won 15 – drew 8 – lost 13 – 53 points
Preston: 15th – played 36 – won 13 – drew 5 – lost 18 – 44 points

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QPR vs Millwall

The score prediction that David Prutton has predicted for this Championship fixture is a 1-1 draw between the two sides.

In each sides’ last game played out, Mark Warburton watched his side lost 1-0 at home to Huddersfield, Millwall won 1-0 against QPR.

QPR: 13th – played 35 – won 12 – drew 10 – lost 13 – 46 points
Millwall: 10th – played 35 – won 11 – drew 16 – lost 9 – 49 points

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Blackburn vs Bristol City

The score prediction that David Prutton has predicted for this Championship fixture is a 2-1 win in favour of Bristol City.

In each sides’ last game played out, Rovers lost 1-0 against Brentford with Ivan Toney scoring from the spot, and Bristol City put in a cracking performance with a 3-0 win against Birmingham.

Blackburn: 14th – played 36 – won 12 – drew 8 – lost 16 – 44 points
Bristol City: 12th – played 36 – won 15 – drew 3 – lost 18 – 48 points

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Sheffield Wednesday vs Huddersfield

The score prediction that David Prutton has predicted for this Championship fixture is a 1-1 draw between the two sides.

In each sides’ last game played out, Darren Moore saw his side go from 1-0 up to lost 2-1 against leaders Norwich. Huddersfield beat QPR 1-0.

Sheff Wed: 23rd – played 35 – won 9 – drew 7 – lost 19 – 28* points
Huddersfield: 18th – played 36 – won 11 – drew 8 – lost 17 – 41 points

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