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David Prutton’s EFL score predictions (20th September)

Sky Sports pundit David Prutton has given his predictions for some Football League fixtures.

The former Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Leeds, Swindon, Sheffield Wednesday and England U21 footballer who currently works as a presenter, pundit and commentator has given score predictions on FOURTEEN matches.

Twelve of the fixtures are from the Championship and one each from League One and League Two.

After looking at majority of his predictions, it’s found that he’s rather accurate and that if you put the scores he’s gone with into a table, it is very similar to the current standings.

See what he went with below and on the next few pages…

LEEDS v DERBY

The score David Prutton has predicted for this game is: 2-0

He said on Sky Sports’ website: “Well well! Safe to say this is a fixture with a bit of recent history behind it. We may not have Frank Lampard involved anymore but after Spygate and that play-off semi-final, second leg there should be plenty of needle at Elland Road on Saturday.

“Leeds are top of the table heading into the weekend and the gap between themselves and Derby looks to have grown this season. I can’t see past this being a home win.”

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BRISTOL CITY v SWANSEA

The score David Prutton has predicted for this game is: 1-1

He said on Sky Sports’ website: “Could this be the season Bristol City break into the top six? They were given a big helping hand by Joe Allen at Stoke last week, but they still had to come from behind to win the game and it is six unbeaten now. Losing Benik Afobe is a big blow for them, though.

“Steve Cooper tasted defeat for the first time against Nottingham Forest and it will be interesting to see how Swansea recover from that setback. Score draw here for me.”

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MILLWALL v QPR

The score David Prutton has predicted for this game is: 1-2

He said on Sky Sports’ website: “It has been a solid enough start to the season for Millwall. Nine points from seven games and unbeaten at home so far. A bit of a concern for Neil Harris will be their lack of goals, they have scored just five so far and seem to be missing Lee Gregory up front.

“QPR have started excellently and look a really young, exciting side. They may have shipped a few goals, only four sides in the league have conceded more, but they will score plenty as well. Away win.”

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SHEFFIELD WED v FULHAM

The score David Prutton has predicted for this game is: 2-1

He said on Sky Sports’ website: “It is so important to get an early win under your belt as a new manager, and that is exactly what Garry Monk did last week as his Sheffield Wednesday side saw off Huddersfield. It just alleviates a bit of pressure.

“Fulham probably should have beaten West Brom last weekend, but once again failed to fully capitalise after dominating so much of the game, with an error at the back then costing them the win late on. I fancy Wednesday to kick on here.”

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WIGAN v CHARLTON

The score David Prutton has predicted for this game is: 1-1

He said on Sky Sports’ website: “We always talk about Wigan’s home form being so crucial to their hopes of survival. This is the type of game they need to win if they are to stay up.

“Charlton lost their first game of the season last weekend as they were beaten by Birmingham, but they have still had a fantastic start. I’m backing a draw.”

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Take a look at more of his predictions on the next page.

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