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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…

Brentford vs Cardiff

Had Brentford found a way past Millwall on Saturday, Watford’s defeat to Luton meant that the heat of the automatic promotion race would have increased just that little bit more. They didn’t, though, and a stalemate meant it was five draws from the last six for Thomas Frank’s men.

There is still a mathematical chance that Cardiff could reach the play-offs for a second season running, but that will likely be extinguished by other results on Tuesday and they have hit a rocky patch of form recently anyway. I’ll back the Bees.

Brentford: 4th – played 41 – won 20 – drew 14 – lost 7 – 74 points
Cardiff: 8th – played 42 – won 16 – drew 12 – lost 14 – 60 points

Prutton predicts: 2-1

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Norwich vs Watford

The defeat to Bournemouth last time out no doubt put a dampener on Norwich’s weekend, but an air of disappointment was quickly forgotten about as they celebrated promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking. They have been superb this season and it’s no less than they deserve.

It is now only Watford who can pip them to the title. Xisco tasted defeat for just the fourth time since replacing Vladimir Ivic when Luton edged the local derby at Kenilworth Road and I wonder how that will affect them with Swansea and Brentford still in touch. Norwich, however, only need a win to lift the trophy and I think they will get it here.

Norwich: 1st – played 42 – won 27 – drew 9 – lost 6 – 90 points
Watford: 2nd – played 42 – won 24 – drew 10 – lost 8 – 82 points

Prutton predicts: 2-1

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Preston vs Derby

That magical 50-point total generally accepted as the threshold for survival in the Championship is just a point away for Preston now and you would expect that it won’t be too long before they get there. Interim head coach Frankie McAvoy has picked up five points from his four games in charge since replacing Alex Neil during the March international break.

Things are looking bleaker for Derby, however. A reasonably positive start to the year saw Wayne Rooney’s men begin to distance themselves from the battle against the drop, but one win from the last 10 has left them just four points above Rotherham in the final spot in the bottom three, who have two games in hand. This could be another difficult evening for the Rams. Home win.

Preston: 17th – played 42 – won 14 – drew 7 – lost 21 – 49 points
Derby: 21st – played 42 – won 11 – drew 10 – lost 21 – 43 points

Prutton predicts: 1-0

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Rotherham vs Middlesbrough

Last week’s fixture pile-up understandably proved to be a challenge for Rotherham. Playing four games in the space of eight days will have taken its toll but Paul Warne will have been disappointed to have only taken four points, particularly given his side only lost the latter two games by a single goal.

There’s not an awful lot left for Middlesbrough to play for in the closing weeks, but they will still be chasing a win for the first time since March 16 in order to cement a top half finish. Score draw, for me.

Rotherham: 22nd – played 40 – won 11 – drew 6 – lost 23 – 39 points
Middlesbrough: 11th – played 42 – won 16 – drew 9 – lost 17 – 57 points

Prutton predicts: 1-1

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Huddersfield vs Barnsley

Without stating the obvious, had they not collected that 2-0 win over Forest at the weekend, Huddersfield would be right in the middle of the relegation mire. Don’t get me wrong, they aren’t out of trouble yet, but there’s now a healthy gap between the Terriers and the bottom three, which will provide a timely confidence boost.

Defeat to Coventry on Sunday will give Barnsley a reminder that a play-off spot is not yet secure. Closest rivals Reading haven’t been in the best form for more than a month now but only trail them by four points so a win in the Yorkshire derby here would be massive.

Huddersfield: 20th – played 42 – won 12 – drew 11 – lost 19 – 47 points
Barnsley: 6th – played 42 – won 21 – drew 8 – lost 13 – 71 points

Prutton predicts: 1-2

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Luton vs Reading

Like Middlesbrough, with promotion and relegation ruled out, Luton’s main focus is now on finishing in the top half of the table. They are in with a good chance, too, with a game in hand and having won six of the last 10, including that shock 1-0 win over rivals Watford.

As I mentioned, Reading are still in with a chance of a top six finish and, at the moment, it looks like a straight shootout between them and Barnsley, albeit that the Royals are in a slightly worse position. Veljko Paunovic will be desperate to finish the season with a flourish to give his side the best chance of sneaking back in at the 11th hour. I’m not sure they’ll have enough here, though.

Luton: 13th – played 41 – won 16 – drew 8 – lost 17 – 56 points
Reading: 7th – played 42 – won 19 – drew 10 – lost 13 – 67 points

Prutton predicts: 2-1

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Sheffield Wednesday vs Blackburn

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, Sheffield Wednesday drew 1-1 with Bristol City, whilst Blackburn beat Derby 2-1.

Sheff Wed: 23rd – played 42 – won 11 – drew 9 – lost 22 – 36* points
Blackburn: 15th – played 42 – won 13 – drew 11 – lost 18 – 50 points

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Swansea vs QPR

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, Swansea drew 2-2 at home to Wycombe, QPR beat Middlesbrough 2-1 away from home.

Swansea: 3rd – played 41 – won 22 – drew 10 – lost 10 – 76 points
QPR: 10th – played 41 – won 16 – drew 11 – lost 15 – 59 points

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Millwall vs Bournemouth

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

In each sides’ last game played out, Millwall drew 0-0 away to Brentford, and Bournemouth beat already promoted Norwich 3-1.

Millwall: 9th – played 42 – won 14 – drew 17 – lost 11 – 59 points
Bournemouth: 5th – played 42 – won 21 – drew 11 – lost 10 – 74 points

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Stoke vs Coventry

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

In each sides’ last game played out, Stoke drew 0-0 at home to Preston, Coventry beat Barnsley 2-0.

Stoke: 12th – played 42 – won 14 – drew 14 – lost 14 – 56 points
Coventry: 18th – played 42 – won 12 – drew 12 – lost 18 – 48 points

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Wycombe vs Bristol City

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

In each sides’ last game played out, Wycombe drew 2-2 with Swansea after throwing away a two goal lead, Bristol City drew 1-1 with Sheffield Wednesday.

Wycombe: 24th – played 42 – won 8 – drew 10 – lost 24 – 34 points
Bristol City: 14th – played 42 – won 15 – drew 6 – lost 21 – 51 points

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Birmingham vs Nottingham Forest

The score prediction that David Prutton has predicted for this Championship fixture is a 2-2 draw between the two sides.

In each sides’ last game played out, Birmingham beat Rotherham 1-0, Nottingham Forest lost 2-0 at home to Huddersfield.

Birmingham: 19th – played 42 – won 12 – drew 12 – lost 18 – 48 points
N Forest: 16th – played 42 – won 12 – drew 13 – lost 17 – 49 points

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