Ferret suffered yet another defeat in last weekend’s Championship predictions as Lee Norman secured a 9-5 victory.
The Brighton & Hove Albion fan predicted five results and two correct scores in the Bolton v Millwall (2-0) and Bournemouth v Blackpool (4-0) matches, but this was still not enough to topple Will West’s total of 14 points.
Moving on to this week, Albion’s resident tipster will put his predicting skills to the test against Matthew O’Regan.
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.
Blackburn 2-1 Brentford
Blackpool 0-1 Charlton
Cardiff 1- 2 Bournemouth
Derby 1-0 Middlesbrough
Huddersfield 0-1 Norwich
Ipswich 1-0 Bolton
Milwall 0-1 Brighton
Wigan 1-1 Watford
Wolves 1-0 Sheff. Wed
Nottingham Forest 1-0 Rotherham
Fulham 2-1 Leeds
MATTHEW O’REGAN’S PREDICTIONS
Blackburn 2-2 Brentford
Blackpool 2-2 Charlton
Cardiff 1- 2 Bournemouth
Derby 1-3 Middlesbrough
Huddersfield 0-2 Norwich
Ipswich 2-2 Bolton
Milwall 1-3 Brighton
Wigan 3-4 Watford
Wolves 2-1 Sheff. Wed
Nottingham Forest 1-2 Rotherham
Fulham 2-2 Leeds
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FERRET’S MILLWALL TIPS
An enthralling match on Saturday at the Amex against Wolves could have gone either way, but in the end the scores ended level, which possibly suited both teams.
The same cannot be said for tonight's encounter against Millwall at The Den. While a draw would maintain the gap and would be acceptable for Albion, this really is a must win match for the hosts.
SkyBet feel that the Lions will be disappointed. They have installed Albion as the 13/10 favourites to win this clash, with the draw at 9/4 and Millwall at 21/10.
Away from home in a hostile atmosphere, in a match the hosts have to win, is probably not a game in which to take short odds on the visitors and so while anticipating all three points returning to Sussex, we will swerve the outright betting.
For a first goalscorer, I will again turn to Chris O'Grady (7/1). For this type of battle he could well be the man to turn to upfront and if, like Saturday, he starts on the bench, then stakes will be refunded if a goal is scored before he enters the fray. I am also tempted by No Goalscorer (8/1) in what could be a tight match.
Conversely, if the game turns into an end-to-end frenetic display, then a half-time correct score of 2-1 in Albion's favour (28/1) is worth a small tickle, while Brighton to win by two goals is 13/2, a much more attractive price than the 13/10 for any victory.