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Burnley v Preston
Burnley boss Steve Cotterill is without suspended top goalscorer Ade Akinbiyi with Gifton Noel-Williams likely to come into the side. Goalkeeper Danny Coyne, out for the rest of the season with a knee injury, is Cotterill's only other absentee. Preston are without Matt Hill (calf) and Brian O'Neil (groin), while midfielder Eric Skora is still struggling with a knee injury. Goalkeeper Andy Lonergan remains on the long-term injury list.

Coventry v Derby
Coventry could throw veteran Dennis Wise straight into their squad after he signed on a pay-as-you-play basis. The 39-year-old could replace the injured Stephen Hughes (Achilles) while Robert Page (cheekbone) and Isaac Osbourne (knee) are also unavailable. Derby have on-loan Middlesbrough defender Andrew Davies back after a three-match suspension. But Mo Konjic will not be considered as the Rams seek to end his contract. Paul Boertien is available again, however.

Crewe v Plymouth
Crewe boss Dario Gradi could hand debuts to striker Gareth Taylor and full-back Jon Otsemobor. Billy Jones is expected to be available again after a knee injury but striker Juan Ugarte is still sidelined, along with goalkeeper Ben Williams (illness). Plymouth are without midfielder Akos Buzsaky with a pelvic injury. But right-back Paul Connolly (thigh) is expected to be passed fit and striker Chris Zebroski and midfielder Luke Summerfield are added to the squad.

Crystal Palace v Reading
Crystal Palace welcome back Tom Soares and Fitz Hall but Tony Popovic (hamstring) and Mikele Leigertwood (thigh) face late fitness tests. Palace are still without Marco Reich (foot) as well as defenders Danny Butterfield (pelvis) and Danny Granville (knee). Reading will be without new signing John Halls, who has a hamstring injury. Leroy Lita and John Oster are likely to return to the bench despite their good performances in midweek

Leeds v Sheff Wed
Leeds are without suspended striker Rob Hulse, leaving David Healy, Robbie Blake and Richard Cresswell vying for attacking places. Liam Miller, Matt Kilgallon and Eddie Lewis are all injury doubts while Eirik Bakke is not eligible until February 1 after his loan spell at Aston Villa. Sheffield Wednesday have midfielder Glenn Whelan back in their squad after he recovered from a dead-leg. And striker Steve MacLean is available after recovering from a broken leg.

Leicester v Cardiff
Leicester defender Richard Stearman is expected to return along with James Wesolowski, while Matty Fryatt will make his full Walkers Stadium debut.
Lee Morris is over knee problems but is still unlikely to figure while Danny Tiatto (hamstring) and Guinea winger Momo Sylla are both unavailable. Cardiff are set to hand midfielder Riccardo Scimeca his full debut in place of Willie Boland. Striker Guylain Ndumbu-Nsungu has to be content with a bench place.

Luton v QPR
Luton could be without injured top scorer Steve Howard (ankle) with Enoch Showunmi and Warren Feeney on stand-by to partner Rowan Vine in attack.
Sol Davis and Steve Robinson (both knee) are both doubtful but Peter Holmes could return from injury. QPR may hand a debut to Polish defender Marcin Kus while fellow loan-signing Andy Taylor is ready replace injury-doubt Georges Santos. Marc Bircham and Kevin Gallen remain sidelined with hamstring trouble.

Millwall v Wolves
Millwall boss David Tuttle has no new injury worries but must choose between on-loan goalkeeper Colin Doyle and the in-form Andy Marshall. Winger Josh Simpson and strike duo Barry Hayles and Carl Asaba are both unavailable.
Wolves are without left-back Lee Naylor and striker George Ndah (both knee) while Mark Clyde (hip) is also out. Defender Jackie McNamara and goalkepper Matt Murray are still on the long-term injury list.

Norwich v Watford
Norwich's leading scorer Dean Ashton is a major worry with a groin injury which means Paul McVeigh is on stand-by after returning from suspension.
But midfielder Andy Hughes is available as he continues his comeback from a broken cheekbone. Fourth-placed Watford have no real injury worries and are even boosted by the return of Clarke Carlisle from suspension. Ashley Young serves the final match of a three-game ban

Sheff Utd v Brighton
Sheffield United could field new signings Garry Flitcroft and Brian Deane, while defender Craig Short is poised to return after a calf strain. Striker Danny Webber (hamstring) and winger Keith Gillespie (knee) remain doubts but Steve Kabba hopes to start alongside Neil Shipperley in attack. Brighton goalkeeper Wayne Henderson is hoping to start after making his move from Aston Villa permanent this week. And another new signing, Dean Loft, is likely to go onto the bench.

Southampton v Ipswich
Southampton defender Darren Kenton is available after an ankle injury while Chris Baird is back after a dead leg. Striker Marian Pahars (knee) makes the bench which means Saints' only absentees are Michael Svensson (knee) and goalkeeper Michael Poke (wrist). Ipswich are without strikers Sam Parkin (ankle) and Nicky Forster (knee). Adam Proudlock has returned to training but lacks match fitness so boss Joe Royle is likely to keep the same team that drew 1-1 with Sheffield United.

Stoke v Hull
Stoke midfielders Luke Chadwick (ankle), Darel Russell (knee) and Dave Brammer (groin) are struggling to be fit for the Britannia Stadium clash. goalkeeper Ed de Goey should return to the bench after illness but top scorer, Sambegou Bangoura, is away at the African Cup of Nations with Guinea. Hull boss Peter Taylor has to decide whether to hand former Falkirk striker Darryl Duffy his first start. Alton Thelwell is back after a 15-month injury lay-off but is unlikely to play.
(BBC)

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Jotain kp-tiedoista olen vajaavaisella ymmärrykselläni yrittänyt jopa näissä arvioissani huomioida.

Burnley Preston 38 28 34
Coventry Derby 40 29 31
Crewe Plymouth 38 29 33
Leeds SheffWed 60 25 15
Leicester Cardiff 40 29 31
Luton QPR 47 28 25
Millwall Wolverhampton 26 27 47
Norwich Watford 45 28 27
SheffUtd Brighton 65 25 10
Southampton Ipswich 50 28 22
Stoke Hull 47 27 26

Leedsia ajattelin ainakin pelaavani. -0,75 1,96 maistuu kohtuullisesti.

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Näyttää olevan kaksi topikkia auki. Laitetaan nää nyt vaikka tän alle, kun täällä on jo muitakin prosentteja.

Viime viikonlopun Cardiff-haku osui mainiosti (3-0) ja toi hymyn kasvoille. Tänään ei mitään älyttömän maistuvia tunnu löytyvän. Centreltä löytyy Norwichille 2,25, joka lähti peleihin. Nordicin 2,2 olisi näillä numeroilla pelattavissa, mutta ei jotenkin maistu. Ehkä se kuitenkin lähtee mukaan. Pörsseihin olisi listoilla ainakin Burnley, mutta kun mä en tykkää niistä. :D Crewe, Coventry ja Stoke on mietinnässä.


Burnley v Preston 36 29 35
Coventry v Derby 44 29 27
Crewe v Plymouth 39 28 33
Leeds v Sheff Wed 60 26 14
Leicester v Cardiff 41 29 30
Luton v QPR 47 28 25
Millwall v Wolverhampton 26 28 46
Norwich v Watford 47 28 25
Sheff Utd v Brighton 64 24 12
Southampton v Ipswich 48 29 23
Stoke v Hull 46 28 26

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