Coca Cola Championship 2005/06 Betting preview

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Wolves finished last season unbeaten in 18 matches and I fancy them to push Norwich allrepparttar way this time around.

As Sunderland showed, it can take a year for a relegated team to come to terms withrepparttar 148333 drop before building a serious title challenge, and Wolves are now ready to push on.

Glenn Hoddle has enjoyed success at this level before with Swindon and has got his team playing some attractive, attacking football.

Carl Cort, who made such a slow start to his Molineux career, looks dangerous again while Kenny Miller may miss plenty of chances but is good for 20 goals.

They can expect a constant supply of chances fromrepparttar 148334 excellent Seol hi-Kyeon, perhapsrepparttar 148335 best technical player inrepparttar 148336 Championship, who has been outstanding in 2005.

The biggest question mark is overrepparttar 148337 Wolves defence, which kept only four clean sheets in that 18-match unbeaten sequence, and that was a frailty which caused them to draw far too many games.

If Hoddle can findrepparttar 148338 right man to play alongside Joleon Lescott, and keep his full-backs fit, then Wolves will be right up there.

Ipswich have gone out to 14/1 after losing Darren Bent, Tommy Miller, Kelvin Davis and Shefki Kuqi and that is probably a fair price for Joe Royle's new-look squad. Losing their four best players doesn’t inspire confidence.

Preston, who like Wolves were excellent overrepparttar 148339 second half of last season, could be interesting outsiders at 18/1 and I can see them reachingrepparttar 148340 play-offs again, while Sheffield United, Leeds, Derby and Reading haven't done enough to suggest they can makerepparttar 148341 leap intorepparttar 148342 top two. is a large new E-zine with Expert Sports Betting-Gambling Previews, advice & tips.

Horseracing: Basic form reading checklist/Betting guide

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The list could go on and on, but this gives you a rough idea, try to use onlyrepparttar factors that you understand and more importantly userepparttar 148332 factors that you believe are important torepparttar 148333 outcome ofrepparttar 148334 race. Also may be worth avoiding big fields where possible. I prefer eight or nine runners. Ideally you wantrepparttar 148335 regular jockey on board and some sort of recent success.

Go for as higher class race as is on offer for that day, asrepparttar 148336 betterrepparttar 148337 class,repparttar 148338 more consistent they are likely to be.

Handicaps are a nightmare to try and work form out on unless you pick up on one that has just won its first comfortably and you can follow till it loses.

If a selection runs well but doesn't win, dont give up on it, consider following it again, especially if it keepsrepparttar 148339 same pilot. And finally once you have chosen your pick, watchrepparttar 148340 markets to see if you are not alone in your choice. Hope that helps a little & Good luck is a large new E-zine with Expert Sports Betting-Gambling Previews, advice & tips.

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