17th February 2019



13th March 2018

Whilst the cameras might be at Old Trafford for Man United's clash with Sevilla in the Champions League we look elsewhere.

The top three in the Championship all play re-arranged fixtures and these are nervous times for Wolves fans. They have seen a 12 point lead at the top evaporate in February and the defeat to rivals Aston Villa was a big blow last weekend.

Not just the result but the manner of the defeat - Villa hammered Wolves.

Cardiff have won eight of their last nine and are also on a roll.

In fact Wolves who face Reading at Molineux have won just one of their last six games. Reading are badly out of form and this is a golden opportunity for Wolves to get back on track - but in their current form they can't be backed at odds-on.

Villa are also odds-on for the visit of QPR - Steve Bruce has a good record against lower half sides this term and against QPR boss Iain Holloway. Home banker.

Amazingly, given their form Cardiff are 2/2 or better for the trip to Brentford. The west London side are solid at home but on balance look short enough at 11/8. Take the Cardiff/draw double result at 3/5.