Wolverhampton Wanderers look like they will be able to get their season back on track when they make the trip to Ipswich Town on Saturday.
Wolves have had a couple of stumbles in recent weeks on their march towards the Championship title, having only managed a goalless draw against Barnsley before an unexpected 2-0 defeat at the hands of Nottingham Forest in their last outing.
Nuno Espirito Santo has had his Wolves squad away on warm-weather training in Spain and the head coach will be hoping the much-needed vitamin D will have rejuvenated his players ahead of their trip to Portman Road.
Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich did not look at the races in their 1-1 draw with strugglers Bolton Wanderers in their last outing and Wolves at 2/3 for the victory should get back on track this weekend as they bid to return back to the Premier League.
Elsewhere, Fulham will be looking to build on their 6-0 thrashing of Burton Albion when they make the trip to South Yorkshire to face Barnsley.
Ryan Sessegnon is one of the hottest properties in the league right now and he is bound to cause the Tykes a few problems at Oakwell.
Without a win in their last 14 games in all competitions, Barnsley are in a real rut and Fulham will fancy their chances at 1/1 to get the victory on the road.
Queens Park Rangers are an interesting price at 16/5 to get a victory at Bristol City on Saturday, with the Robins having to get over their exit in the EFL semi-finals on Tuesday night.
Bristol put a lot of physical and emotional energy into their display against Manchester City but ultimately fell short against the Premier League giants.
The distraction of those encounters with Pep Guardiola’s stars appears have been too much for the Robins, as their Championship form in that spell has not made pretty reading.
Defeats to Norwich, Aston Villa and Wolves followed by a draw with Derby County in their last four league games have allowed the chasing pack to catch up with Johnson’s men in their race for the playoffs.
QPR, who picked overcame promotion contenders Cardiff City earlier this month, could be able to cause another upset against a Robins side, who may well be suffering from a bit of fatigue after their cup efforts.
Finally on Saturday and Brentford look set to continue their solid form as they prepare to host Norwich City at Griffin Park.
The Bees have overcome Bolton and Reading in their last two outings and currently just sit just three points off the playoffs.
Norwich, who suffered defeat to Sheffield United in their last outing, will provide a sterner test than the Trotters and the Royals but on home soil Brentford should get the job done and are 20/21 to claim the three points.
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