Ferret was defeated in the Easter Bank Holiday Monday and Tuesday predictions, as Scott Peter Kennedy secured a 6-4 victory over Albion’s resident tipster.
The Albion fan predicted one correct score in the Wigan v Derby match (0-2), but still fell some way short of beating Will West’s total of 14 points.
Moving onto this weekend, Ferret puts his predicting skills to the test once again when he takes on another Albion fan, Adam Fagg.
There are three points up for grabs for each correct score while there is one point available for correctly guessing the result (picking the correct winner or a draw).
Throughout the rest of the season each fan’s score will be calculated and stored, with the supporter who has gained the most amount of points winning a to-be-confirmed Albion-related prize.
To be in with a chance of facing the Ferret for the next game keep an eye on the club’s official Facebook page.
Brighton 0-0 Bournemouth
Fulham 2-1 Wigan
Derby 1-0 Brentford
Birmingham 1-2 Wolves
Bolton 0-2 Norwich
Ipswich 3-0 Blackpool
Leeds 0-1 Cardiff
Middlesbrough 1-1 Rotherham
Millwall 1-2 Watford
Nottingham Forest 1-0 Huddersfield
Reading 0-1 Blackburn
Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Charlton
ADAM FAGG'S PREDICTIONS
Brighton 1-3 Bournemouth
Fulham 1-1 Wigan
Derby 2-1 Brentford
Birmingham 0-2 Wolves
Bolton 1-3 Norwich
Ipswich 1-0 Blackpool
Leeds 0-0 Cardiff
Middlesbrough 3-1 Rotherham
Millwall 0-2 Watford
Nottingham Forest 1-1 Huddersfield
Reading 2-1 Blackburn
Sheffield Wednesday 1-1 Charlton
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FERRET’S BOURNEMOUTH TIPS
The Amex welcomes potential champions and south-coast rivals Bournemouth on Friday night for a live game in front of the cameras, and it is certain to be a hotly-contested affair.
But SkyBet dismiss the home side’s chances, offering up a 14/5 quote while rewarding the Cherries with odds-on 10/11 favouritism. In-between comes the draw at 5/2, but the outright market is not one to get involved in for this match.
For a goal scorer both Chris O'Grady and Craig Mackail Smith are 9/1 to net first and this is a very good price for a lone centre-forward at home.
It is uncertain as to which player Chris Hughton will select, so it may pay to wait until the teams are announced. Alternatively you can back both and hope to get a refund on the non-starting player (which will kick in if a goal is scored before he makes it onto the pitch).
No goalscorer at 11/1 is another proven option, as Albion will be looking to keep the defence tight, but overall this is not a game in which to risk a lot of your betting bank - the end of the season is approaching and we have a healthy profit to protect