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The Premier League and EFL action continues this weekend and the action gets underway tonight with the now traditional Friday night Championship fixture. Tonight’s fair is a top half of the table clash between sixth place and play-off hopefuls Sheffield Wednesday and mid-table Birmingham at Hillsborough .

Sheffield Wednesday have won five of the last ten corresponding competitive fixtures drawing two, and six of these matches ended with 2 or more goals scored and five ended with both teams scoring. Sheffield Wednesday have the seventh best league home record and won nine, drew one and lost three of their 13 home games this season. Birmingham have the fourteenth best league away form this season and won three, drew 6 and lost five of their 14 league away games this season.

Sheffield Wednesday scored on average 1.4 goals per game and conceded on average less than a goal per game at home in the league this season. Just under half of their 13 league home games this season ended with less than 3 goals scored and Both Teams ‘Not’ scoring. Birmingham scored on average less than a goal per game, conceded on average 1.5 goals per game away in the league this season. Nearly 65% of their 14 league away games this season ended with less than 3 goals scored and nearly 60% ended with Both Teams Scoring.

From a betting perspective backing or trading Sheffield Wednesday to win should go close and if you are looking for a better return backing Sheffield Wednesday to win and Under 2.5 Goals match double should also go close.

On Saturday there are seven Premier League games to enjoy and the game of the day is the tea-time kick-off between fifth placed Liverpool and second placed Spurs at Anfield. Liverpool historically have a good record in this corresponding league fixture winning six, drawing three of the last ten and they are unbeaten in the last five winning four and drawing one. Six of the last ten corresponding fixtures ended with 2 or more goals scored and five ended with Both Teams scoring.

Liverpool have the seventh best league home record this season and won seven, drew three and lost one of their eleven league home games. Spurs have the sixth best league away record this season and won four, drew six and lost two of their 12 league away games. Liverpool scored on average 2.6 goals per game and conceded on average 1 goal per game at home in the league this season. Spurs scored on average 1.7 goals per game and conceded on average 1 goal per game away in the league this season.

Nearly 65% of Liverpool’s league home games this season ended with 2 or more goals scored and over 70% ended with Both Teams scoring. Half of Spurs league away games this season ended with 2 or more goals scored and over 65% ended with Both Teams scoring. From a betting perspective backing Both Teams to Score and Over 2.5 Goals match double should return a profit and if you are looking for a better return backing or trading the draw should go close


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