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Friday's Championship predictions including Derby vs. Fulham

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Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Championship fixtures, including Derby County vs. Fulham.


Luton vs. Nott'm Forest (Friday, 12.30pm)

Nottingham Forest square off against Luton Town on Good Friday knowing that victory will keep the club in the hunt for second position in the Championship standings.

However, despite holding a more favourable position than their hosts, Forest will fall behind fifth-placed Luton if they succumb to defeat at Kenilworth Road.

We say: Luton Town 1-3 Nottingham Forest

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Bournemouth vs. Middlesbrough (Friday, 3.00pm)

Bournemouth will be looking to give their hopes of automatic promotion from the Championship a huge boost when they welcome Middlesbrough for a mouthwatering contest on Friday afternoon.

The Cherries are currently second in the table, four points ahead of third-placed Huddersfield Town with two matches in hand, while Boro sit eighth, three points behind sixth-placed Sheffield United.

We say: Bournemouth 1-0 Middlesbrough

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Birmingham vs. Coventry (Friday, 3.00pm)

Coventry City will be looking to keep their hopes of a playoff spot alive when they travel to Birmingham City in the Championship on Friday afternoon.

The visitors are currently 10th in the table, six points behind sixth-placed Sheffield United, while Birmingham occupy 18th, some 16 points clear of the relegation zone with five games to play.

We say: Birmingham City 1-2 Coventry City

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Hull City vs. Cardiff (Friday, 3.00pm)

Both Hull City and Cardiff City will be looking to make it back-to-back wins in the Championship when they lock horns at MKM Stadium on Friday afternoon.

The home side, who sit 20th in the table, will enter the contest off the back of a 1-0 victory at Middlesbrough, while 17th-placed Cardiff were 2-1 winners over Reading last time out.

We say: Hull City 1-2 Cardiff City

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Peterborough vs. Blackburn (Friday, 3.00pm)

Blackburn Rovers head into their Good Friday showdown with Peterborough United knowing that they need to end a three-game winless streak to keep pace with the top six in the Championship standings.

Meanwhile, Peterborough are almost at the point of no return as far as survival are concerned, the bottom-placed side sitting nine points adrift of safety with five matches remaining.

We say: Peterborough United 1-1 Blackburn Rovers

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Preston vs. Millwall (Friday, 3.00pm)

Two teams with outside hopes of making the playoffs this season will lock horns in the Championship on Friday afternoon, as Preston North End welcome Millwall to Deepdale.

Preston are currently 13th in the table, eight points behind sixth-placed Sheffield United, while Millwall sit ninth, four points behind the Blades heading into the final straight.

We say: Preston North End 2-2 Millwall

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Sheff Utd vs. Reading (Friday, 3.00pm)

Sheffield United will be looking to consolidate their place in the Championship playoffs when they welcome Reading to Bramall Lane on Good Friday.

The Blades have only lost two of their last 18 league matches on home soil, while the Royals head to South Yorkshire having won only one of their last 10 league games on the road.

We say: Sheffield United 2-0 Reading


Both sides head into this fixture having only lost one of their last five in the Championship, but considering Sheffield United's impressive home form and Reading's poor away record, a routine win for the hosts seems to be on the cards on Good Friday.

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Stoke vs. Bristol City (Friday, 3.00pm)

Stoke City play host to Bristol City on Good Friday looking to remain in the mix for a top-10 finish in the Championship standings.

Meanwhile, the Robins, who are down in 19th position, make the trip to the bet365 Stadium on the back of a four-match winless streak.

We say: Stoke City 2-1 Bristol City

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Swansea vs. Barnsley (Friday, 3.00pm)

Barnsley currently sit 22nd in the Championship and eight points adrift of safety, although, they do have a game in hand on 21st-placed Reading, with Poya Asbaghi's team set to travel to South Wales on Friday.

The Swansea.com Stadium is the venue for the South Yorkshire side this week, when they will face an in-form Swansea City, who enter this encounter five-games unbeaten.

We say: Swansea City 3-0 Barnsley


Swansea are in the best form that they have been in all season and their confidence will be high going into this game, making the hosts strong favourites to collect maximum points.

Barnsley are fighting to save their Championship status, but a heavy defeat against Millwall may have been the evidence to show that Asbaghi's side are heading closer to relegation confirmation.

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West Brom vs. Blackpool (Friday, 3.00pm)

West Bromwich Albion, who currently sit 12th in the Championship, could climb to within five points of the playoff places if results go their way and they collect maximum points on Friday.

This week's visitors to the Hawthorns, Blackpool, occupy 16th spot and are looking to return to winning ways after four consecutive outings without victory.

We say: West Bromwich Albion 2-1 Blackpool


Bruce's side will expect themselves to pick up three points on Friday, after recording some impressive victories on home soil against Fulham and Bournemouth which should give the hosts confidence.

Blackpool are in a difficult spell having gone four games without a win, but three of those four matches have been tight affairs which is why the Tangerines are likely to create some problems for West Brom.

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Huddersfield vs. QPR (Friday, 5.30pm)

Promotion hopefuls Huddersfield Town will be looking to claim their third successive Championship victory when they welcome an out-of-form Queens Park Rangers side to the John Smith's Stadium on Good Friday.

The Terriers have won five of their last seven league matches on home soil, while the R's have lost seven of their last eight league games on the road.

We say: Huddersfield Town 3-1 Queens Park Rangers


Both sides still have plenty to play for as they head into their final five league fixtures, though the pressure is on QPR to bounce back from their dismal run, with Warburton's job seemingly hanging by a thread.

QPR were a different team when they beat Huddersfield five months ago, and although they will fancy their chances of success on Friday, the Terriers should have no problems in securing maximum points on home soil.

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Derby vs. Fulham (Friday, 8.00pm)

Fulham make the trip to Pride Park to face Derby County on Good Friday knowing that they still have work ahead of them if they want to lift the Championship title.

At a time when the Cottagers hold a 10-point lead over second position, Derby are nine points adrift of safety, making this contest a must win for the Rams.

We say: Derby County 0-2 Fulham

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