Reading v Brentford - Championship - 18:00

Brentford are the real deal. Thomas Frank’s side, since the restart, have already beaten Fulham and West Brom, and now look like genuine automatic promotion candidates, and I really do believe they’ll take some stopping.

Reading, without a home crowd, will not be that side.

The Royals have earned just one point from their first two games back (against a really poor Stoke side), and simply don’t score enough goals to trouble a Bees defence who have conceded only 33 times all season.

Brentford are a good price, and I’m backing them to take another step towards automatic promotion.

Brentford - 1pt @ 3/4

Wigan v Stoke - Championship - 19:45

Next up, I’m backing Wigan to beat Stoke at a huge price.

Somehow, despite earning just one point from their games against Reading and Boro, Stoke are favourites in this one, and I’m here to take full advantage.

The Latics have kept six clean sheets in-a-row (which has seen them pull clear of relegation danger), and the outstanding form they’ve shown post-lockdown is why I fancy them here.  

Wigan have momentum and solidity, and they’re well worth backing at this massive price.

Wigan - 1pt @ 23/12

Brighton v Man Utd - Premier League - 20:15

Finally, I believe Manchester United are priced fairly against Brighton.

Though The Seagulls have won their last two games against Manchester United at The Amex, the lack of a home crowd will seriously hurt Graham Potter’s men, and on a level playing field, United’s superior quality will come to the fore.

Brighton are tough to beat (losing just one of their last seven) and have picked up two good results post-lockdown, but United have enough attacking talent, as well as newfound defensive resolve, to justify backing them at this price.

Man Utd - 1pt @ 7/10