Hull v Sheffield Wednesday - 19:45

Hull City have had a few issues at home this season, and I expect Sheffield Wednesday to take full advantage.

The Tigers have won just once at the KCOM this term, conceding in every single match (and seven in the last three), while Wednesday have been impressive under Garry Monk – winning their last two away games against Huddersfield and Middlesbrough.

It must be said that Hull are four matches unbeaten heading into this, but you get the sense the Owls are building some real momentum under their new manager, and I like 17/11 for an away win.
Sheff W - 1pt @ 17/11

Blackburn v Nottingham Forest - 19:45

Nottingham Forest, unbeaten since the opening day, are another side who are starting to look ominously efficient, and three wins and two draws from their five away games thus far is why I’m backing a draw/away win double chance as they head to Blackburn.

The hosts have only won two of their five at Ewood Park, and considering they lost against a pretty poor Luton side last time out, you have to think Forest are good value to earn a point at the very least.

Forest/Draw - 1pt @ 7/10

Reading v Fulham - 20:00

Last but not least, I have Fulham beating Reading on the road.

The Cottagers emerged from a sticky four-match winless run with a good victory against Wigan on Friday, and I see value in them earning an away win at the Madejski. Scott Parker’s men have drawn their last two away games—against Cardiff and Sheffield Wednesday, which have to be seen as good results—but this is a fixture they probably should be winning.

As for the Royals, they’ve lost three of their four home games, and if Fulham build from their excellent performance last week—where they looked incredibly enterprising going forward—I can only see one result: an away win.

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Fulham - 1pt @ 23/20