20:00 Wednesday

Blackburn to beat Reading

The only team left with an 100% record in the division, league leaders Blackburn travel to Reading, who currently have a sole win against Cardiff to their name. 

New manager Jon Dahl Tomasson has made an immediate impact for the Rovers, and they look on good form to extend their winning run. They have scored six goals in the league, only conceding one last weekend to West Brom.

On the other hand, Reading had a nightmare first half which cost them the game against Rotherham, as they were 3-0 down after 18 minutes, and went on to concede again before half time as they lost 4-0. Paul Ince will want a reaction from his side going into Wednesday’s game.

It looks a certainty that Blackburn take all three points from the trip to Reading.

20:00 Wednesday

West Brom to beat Cardiff

Despite West Brom being yet to pick up a win this season, we think they’ll do so against 5th placed Cardiff. West Brom were unlucky not to pick up three points against Watford and looked the better of the sides on Sunday against Blackburn and were unfortunate to come home empty handed from Ewood Park.

Cardiff, on the other hand, have played weaker opponents in Birmingham and Norwich, who have struggled with life in the Championship following their relegation from the Premier League.

We think West Brom will edge this one and collect their first win of the season at the Hawthorns this Wednesday.

20:00 Wednesday

Sheffield United to beat Sunderland

The Blades host the Black Cats on Wednesday with Sheffield in 9th and Sunderland currently unbeaten following their promotion from League One last season.

Sheffield United beat Millwall in their first home game of the season, picked up a point at Middlesbrough and look on course to leapfrog the visitors with a win on Wednesday.

Sunderland, who were extremely unlucky not to beat QPR following a late equaliser from their goalkeeper, have fared well with life in the Championship, which would please manager Alex Neil. They currently sit in 6th with five points and are one of six sides yet to taste defeat in the league.

However, they face stern opposition in Sheffield United, and will do well to pick up a point from Bramall Lane, as we think the hosts will win on Wednesday night.