No Premier League but…


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The English Premier League may be missing this weekend in England due to the FA Cup, but there are plenty of potential fights in the Championship but also in the Premeirship in Scotland.

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Sheffield United host Reading in a game where the hosts want the win to stay close to the first two, while the guests if they get something will be considered a miracle, as they are in the 21 position (one above the relegation zone). . It also makes things even more difficult for Reading, as he will be missing a lot of important players and in order to hit the game he will have to overcome some sort of problem.

Preston welcomes Nottingham. Preston is coming ... furious with its win against the champion until recently, but with this win Preston Leeds overcame. Nottingham may be higher in the standings, but with the psychology of heights and with the help of the home side it will be able to get the win.

Something similar to the previous game does not apply to Bolton-Norwich. The hosts must prove that despite their defeat in the middle of the week, they will be able to cope and win if they want to stay in the top two of the league. Also, the two teams have a big difference, since Norwich has 60 points and is second, while Bolton is last with 26 points.

Rangers welcomes St. Johnstone, with the hosts being particularly high lately and going from victory to victory. Opposite St. Johnstone, who has now fallen sharply and has lost several points in the standings, comes from four consecutive defeats in the league and is… flirting with the playoffs. I think Rangers have the game and will win with over two goals.

Aberdeen's game with St. Mirren does not have much discussion, as Aberdeen is looking for a breakthrough after the defeat by the Rangers. Mirren looks like the easy ... victim. So it is more likely that the hosts are relatively comfortable.

Livingston and Dundee may seem like a derby, with only two places in the standings (9 and 11 respectively), but the truth is a little different. Specifically, Livingston are twice as good as Dundee and with the help of the home side they are most likely to get the win and stay warm in the… bay of the league play-offs.


Sheffield Utd - Reading
Preston - Nottingham
Bolton - Norwich



Rangers - St. Johnstone
Livingston - Dundee
Aberdeen - St. Mirren

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