Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Norwich City 42 25 11 6 85 51 +34 86
2 Sheffield United 43 24 10 9 71 39 +32 82
3 Leeds United 42 25 7 10 69 42 +27 82
4 West Bromwich Albion 42 21 10 11 81 56 +25 73
5 Aston Villa 42 18 15 9 77 58 +19 69
6 Bristol City 42 18 12 12 56 47 +9 66
7 Middlesbrough 42 17 13 12 44 36 +8 64
8 Derby County 41 17 12 12 59 50 +9 63
9 Hull City 42 17 9 16 61 59 +2 60
10 Sheffield Wedn… 42 15 14 13 52 55 -3 59
11 Nottingham Forest 43 14 15 14 56 54 +2 57
12 Preston North End 42 15 12 15 60 59 +1 57
13 Swansea City 41 16 8 17 55 54 +1 56
14 Brentford 43 14 13 16 67 59 +8 55
15 Blackburn Rovers 42 14 11 17 57 64 -7 53
16 Stoke City 42 11 19 12 41 47 -6 52
17 Queens Park Rangers 42 13 9 20 50 65 -15 48
18 Birmingham City 42 13 16 13 58 54 +4 46
19 Reading 43 10 15 18 48 64 -16 45
20 Millwall 42 10 13 19 47 60 -13 43
21 Wigan Athletic 42 10 12 20 45 62 -17 42
22 Rotherham United 42 8 16 18 46 72 -26 40
23 Bolton Wanderers 42 8 8 26 29 72 -43 32
24 Ipswich Town 42 4 16 22 33 68 -35 28

Results

Friday, April 19, 2019
Millwall 1 - 1 Brentford
Sheffield United 2 - 0 Nottingham Forest
Bristol City 1 - 1 Reading
Sunday, April 14, 2019
Wigan Athletic 1 - 1 Norwich City
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Leeds United 1 - 0 Sheffield Wedn…
Middlesbrough 1 - 0 Hull City
Ipswich Town 1 - 1 Birmingham City
Aston Villa 2 - 1 Bristol City
Nottingham Forest 1 - 2 Blackburn Rovers
Derby County 4 - 0 Bolton Wanderers
Sheffield United 1 - 1 Millwall
West Bromwich Albion 4 - 1 Preston North End
Queens Park Rangers 4 - 0 Swansea City
Stoke City 2 - 2 Rotherham United
Reading 2 - 1 Brentford

Fixtures

Friday, April 19, 2019
Queens Park Rangers 4:00 PM Blackburn Rovers
Swansea City 4:00 PM Rotherham United
Birmingham City 4:00 PM Derby County
Preston North End 4:00 PM Ipswich Town
West Bromwich Albion 4:00 PM Hull City
Bolton Wanderers 4:00 PM Aston Villa
Leeds United 4:00 PM Wigan Athletic
Middlesbrough 4:00 PM Stoke City
Norwich City 8:45 PM Sheffield Wedn…

norwich vs birmingham Tip Reason:

Norwich City sit four points off the top spot in third place in the Championship, while their opponents on Friday night, Birmingham City, are two places and four points off the top six and could really do with the three points. The form of both sides has dipped over recent weeks with the hosts winless in their last five league and cup games, and Birmingham failing to win any of their last four in all competitions. Last time out Norwich City managed to earn a point from their trip to the Hawthorns, where they fell behind to a twelfth minute Dwight Gayle strike that came from a lovely near post cross from on-loan Everton defender Mason Holgate. Gayle’s fourteenth league goal of the campaign proved enough to separate the two clubs at the half time interval, with Norwich struggling to create any meaningful attacks of their own. With nine minutes of the match remaining the visitors introduced Jordan Rhodes and within two minutes the Scottish international levelled for Norwich with his sixth Championship goal of the campaign to rescue a point for the Canaries. Birmingham City found themselves 1-0 down at half time in their home game against fellow promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough, following Lewis Wing’s thirty-seventh minute strike. The hosts deservedly got themselves back into the match via a seventy-ninth minute Che Adams goal which looked to have earned Birmingham a share of the spoils. However, Middlesbrough substitute Brit Assombalonga muscled his way through the Birmingham defence to strike home the winning goal for the visitors with eight minutes left on the clock. The hosts certainly deserved more for their efforts after having 59% of the possession and more shots than their guests during the ninety minutes, but in a game that failed to offer many clear cut opportunities for either side Middlesbrough were more clinical in front of goal. When these two clubs locked horns in August for their reverse league fixture the first half ended goalless, despite the best efforts of both teams. The second forty-five proved much more value for money with Maghoma breaking the deadlock for Birmingham in the fifty-sixth minute. However, the majority of the action took place inside the final ten minutes of the ninety and stoppage time where first Hernández equalised for the visitors, but that goal appeared to be in vein thanks to substitute Solomon-Otabor eight-ninth minute strike that put Birmingham back in front. Norwich rescued a point in dramatic style when German midfielder Hernández scored his second goal of the half in the fourth minute of stoppage time. There isn’t much between these two clubs in the form guide and neither side can claim to be playing well at this moment in time, but with two wins, two draws, and two defeats from their last six matches Birmingham City are the form favourites. Norwich have managed just the one win, three draws, and two defeats from their last six matches and need to end their winless run if they are to continue to challenge for automatic promotion. Finland international Pukki top scores for the hosts with fifteen goals in this seasons Championship, while Che Adams has netted thirteen in the league for the visitors. We’re confident that both teams will score in Friday’s match, and have backed Norwich City to claim a narrow 2-1 win. Both teams have scored in four of Norwich’s last five and two of Birmingham’s last three matches. Norwich have won three of the last four meetings between these two clubs, and in August the pair drew 2-2 at St. Andrew’s in their reverse league fixture. Norwich have the home advantage and despite not looking at their best of late we expect the Canaries to just do enough to win on Friday.

Norwich vs Birmingham Betting Prediction:

Norwich 3 1 Birmingham
Tip: Both Teams Score
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