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by Inquisitorem @ 10:25 on Saturday, April 14th, 2018

Burton Albion's crushing defeat at home against Hull City signalled a resignation. To be on the wrong side of a 0-5 at the Pirelli Stadium suggests they're a team that have had the relegation fight knocked out of them, and Derby County, who have turned a corner since their own shocking setback against Sunderland at Pride Park, can take advantage of a group that appear to have beach towels under arms. Bet365 offer odds against the Rams.

Fulham are hot, and they are perhaps on the brink of grabbing an automatic promotion spot for their honesty. Staying in the process when Cardiff City looked to have gotten away, may well be rewarded. The Cottagers welcome Brentford to Craven Cottage, but that's where the niceties end. Fulham mean business, have consistency and momentum, and even a Brentford team desperate for a play-off place ( and an earlier 3-1 success against their opponents in December ), may struggle to sow a seed of doubt. Bet365 offer 4/5, which is fair, given that Brentford's fixtures of late have been arguably more difficult, which is why Fulham dominate the current form table in a head-to-head.

It's a brave man that opposes Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, but Millwall are an improving team, and the faith of a mustard seed can move mountains!

The Lions overall, appear to have a 27% chance, but more recent form suggests that probability has risen to 50%. One might question the degree of fixture difficulty by comparison in the last couple of months, and ask whether you can trust the figures, but closer scrutiny points to an authentic edge. Given this insight, Bet365 offering 12/5 is worth a play.

Kilmarnock owe us nothing, but let's see if they are a willing cash dispenser still in generous mood. The Killie, having beaten Academical 2-0 in March, can repeat on the road. Kilmarnock top the form table in Scotland, and the numbers give them a 56% chance of continuing their impressive climax to the season. Bet365 offer 10/11.