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That win over Derby will have provided a massive lift for Rotherham. They are now inside the relegation zone on goal difference alone but, crucially, they still have two or three games in hand on most teams around them, so do not write them off anytime soon.
Stoke’s recent results aren’t anything to rave about, for the neutral at least, but Michael O’Neill has established real – and much-needed – consistency in the Potteries. His side have been beaten by more than a one-goal margin on two occasions and have kept four clean sheets in their last five away games. Away win, for me.
Coventry haven’t played since January 9 either and you’d imagine they’ll be looking to get back to the type of form that saw them go eight unbeaten throughout November and December. The Sky Blues have struggled on the road this season but will have their 3-2 win in the reverse fixture at the forefront of their minds for this one.
The Royals have done well to overcome some injury worries and get back on track in the last month, while a 10-day break between fixtures should mean they are fighting fit again here. Veljko Paunovic’s men occupy the last top six spot at the moment and have a four-point cushion between themselves and the chasing pack.
Though Wayne Rooney’s appointment as permanent Derby boss should bring some stability to the club, the defeat to Rotherham took the gloss off just a little bit. These are worrying times both on and off the pitch for the Rams, who have failed to score in four of their last five games.
Bournemouth had an enforced lay-off before Christmas and, barring the 4-1 FA Cup win over Oldham, they’ve stuttered since, losing ground on Swansea and Norwich in the process. I think they might edge this one, though.
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Following a brief Christmas dip, the Canaries have started 2021 just the way they’d have hoped, with three wins from three in all competitions. As I mentioned last week, they are the Championship leaders for a reason and everything is going to plan right now.
Injuries were building at a rapid pace for Bristol City last month and it was a troublesome one, in terms of results. Having recalled some players from loan spells, the Robins look to have emerged in a much better position. That said, I can’t see past a routine win for Norwich.