Form side PNE will take some beating when they face Bristol

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Preston are second only to Sheffield United in terms of form, and they should take all the beating when hosting Bristol City at Deepdale; The Lilywhites 6/5 favourites with 32Red, The Robins 5/2 and the draw 9/4.

Preston are second only to Sheffield United in terms of form, and they should take all the beating when hosting Bristol City at Deepdale; The Lilywhites 6/5 favourites with 32Red, The Robins 5/2 and the draw 9/4.

Preston North End manager Alex Neil

Preston North End manager Alex Neil

We pushed a couple of enhancements landed for punters last week, with PNE 4/1 to win and both teams to score at Millwall, and the 3-1 correct score pushed out to 28/1!

It’s another action-packed week in the Championship with Monday’s Steel City Derby a mouth-watering encountering when high-flying Sheffield United travel to Hillsborough bidding to extend their unbeaten run in English football’s second tier.

Chris Wilder’s side claimed the prize scalp of West Brom last weekend.

The Blades closed the gap to within two points of Norwich at the top of the table and are now as short as 4/6 to be playing Premier League football next season, and 11/4 to go up as Champions in May.

That 1-0 defeat of The Baggies saw Sheffield United become the first side to shut Darren Moore’s side out on home soil all season, and a repeat performance should ensure local bragging rights in South Yorkshire.

Championship Outright prices from 32Red – Norwich 13/10; Sheffield United 11/4; Leeds 3/1; West Brom 11/1; Boro 25/1 250/1 Bar.

The Blades are unbeaten in their last six league games, and look formidable in all areas of the field. Billy Sharp remains as prolific as ever in front of goal, with the Blades’ skipper 9/2 to break the deadlock on Monday night, 6/4 to score anytime and 9/4 to score in a United win at Hillsborough.

The reverse fixture ended being a drab goalless draw at Bramall Lane and, despite both sides likely to keep it tight in a prospective cagey encounter, the visitors can nick it by the solitary goal – priced at 7/1 with 32Red.

We have another ‘32Red Derby’ with Derby travelling to Villa Park to face a struggling Aston Villa side that have won just two games from their last 15 games in all competitions.

Villa should be aided by the return of talisman Jack Grealish and, with the playmaker returning to Dean Smith’s Starting XI, 32Red make the hosts 13/10 favourties to claim a much-needed three points, Frank Lampard’s side 5/2 and the draw 11/4. Grealish has been enhanced to 10/1 to open the scoring on his return from injury however, Tammy Abraham remains the overwhelming favourite to fire his side to victory – back him at 4/1 to net the opener and 11/4 with 32Red to score anytime in a home win.