Ferret returned to winning ways when he tested his prediction skills against Jay Donoghue, securing a 7-4 victory.
Albion’s resident tipster predicted the correct scores in the Birmingham v Rotherham (2-1) and Bolton v Blackpool (1-1) games.
Moving on to this week, Ferret will be putting his predicting skills to the test again when he takes on another Albion fan, Scott Peter Kennedy.
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.
Watford 2-1 Middlesbrough
Bournemouth 2-1 Birmingham
Brentford 1-0 Nottingham Forest
Cardiff 0-0 Bolton
Huddersfield 1-2 Ipswich
Norwich 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Rotherham 0-0 Brighton
Wigan 0-0 Derby
Wolves 2-0 Leeds
Blackpool 0-2 Reading
Charlton 2-1 Fulham
SCOTT PETER KENNEDY’S PREDICTIONS
Watford 2-2 Middlesbrough
Bournemouth 2-0 Birmingham
Brentford 1-1 Nottingham Forest
Cardiff 0-0 Bolton
Huddersfield 0-1 Ipswich
Norwich 3-0 Sheffield Wednesday
Rotherham 1-2 Brighton
Wigan 0-2 Derby
Wolves 3-2 Leeds
Blackpool 1-2 Reading
Charlton 1-0 Fulham
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FERRET'S ROTHERHAM TIPS
Albion are probably already safe, nine points ahead of the bottom three with just six games to play, and can effectively secure their Championship status for next season by beating Rotherham on Easter Monday, and in doing so, they may just push their hosts further into the mire.
SkyBet cannot separate the two sides and price both the Seagulls and the Millers at 8/5, with the draw the outsider at 12/5. That is where they may have made a mistake I feel. A draw would possibly suit Rotherham - an extra point (plus their own superior goal difference over Millwall) would certainly ease fears at the New York Stadium. Therefore, the draw at 12/5 is my first recommendation.
If plumping for a correct score, then once again I would opt for a low-scoring match. A score of 0-0 is listed at 9/1, but of course this is better backed by selecting ‘no goalscorer’ at the same price. I make no apologies for selecting this option for the fourth consecutive game. It has paid dividends recently and with Albion games only producing ten goals in the past seven matches, it is supported by the statistics.
If there is to be a goalscorer, then I would opt for Chris O'Grady (13/2) marginally ahead of Craig Mackail Smith (same price), although Joe Bennett (33/1) could reward speculative punters.