All odds accurate at the time of publishing on 19th November 2020.
Norwich to win @ 2/1
Norwich started the campaign as the bookmakers favourites for promotion. Despite their slow start, they have recently started coming into their own, winning four of their last six games. This run means Norwich currently sit third in the table, and could be top after the weekend should results go their way. They face Middlesbrough, who have also been impressive recently, not conceding in their last four and losing just once in the Championship – a 3-1 home defeat to Cardiff City. Despite their strong run, we believe Norwich have the capabilities to overwhelm Boro. The East-Anglian outfit are unbeaten in 7, winning 5 during this run. They have also found the back of the net 80% of their last 10 league fixtures. We’re backing Norwich to extend their decent form against Middlesbrough where they haven’t conceded in their last 5 meetings. An away victory is priced at 2/1 on Coral.
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These sides have both accumulated their fair share of corner kicks this campaign – with Norwich and Middlesbrough taking the second most and fifth most corners in the Championship respectively. Norwich have taken 67, which is an average of 6.1 corners per game. Whereas, Middlesbrough have taken 61, an average of 5.55 corners per game. They have conceded a combined 96 corners, which further highlights the possibility a flurry of corner kicks could be on the horizon here. Over 9 match corners is priced at 5/6 on Rubybet.
Although the Canaries currently sit third-placed in the Championship table, they actually have the worst first-half record in the division. They have been ahead at the break just once and have remained on level terms 6 times. Meanwhile, Middlesbrough have remained level at the interval on 7 occasions, including in each of their previous four games. Furthermore, there have been just four goals in the previous four clashes between these sides, with 75% of these goals coming after the break. We wouldn’t be surprised to see this trend continue, and have backed this clash to remain a draw at half-time. This is available to back at 21/20 on 10Bet.
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