IT'S not easy notching back-to-back away wins in the Championship but it's a feat Hull should manage on Tuesday night.
They won 1-0 at Nottingham Forest on Saturday and have only lost one out of seven away from home.
In those seven Nigel Pearson's men have conceded just six goals and are on an unbeaten run of seven after a stuttering start.
They put on a classic display to win 1-0 at Nottingham Forest at the weekend and can do the same clinical job on a Barnsley outfit who have lost three of their last four and went down to bottom dogs Bristol City last Saturday. Hull are 13-8 with boylesports.
There's a busy card in the Championship and I also like Millwall at home to Coventry. Millwall have raised their game in recent weeks and have beaten Leicester 3-0 and Ipswich 4-1 in their last two outings.
That's impressive form and with confidence coursing through the side they can make it three wins on the bounce against a Coventry side with one win in seven. Millwall are 4-5 at boylesports.
Another side on the up are Burnley who have won their last two at home to Blackpool and Coventry. Managerless Leicester are next up at Turf Moor and they have lost three of their last four – form that cost Sven Goran Eriksson his job. It won't be easy for Burnley but they represent value at 6-4 almost across the board.
It's difficult to ignore Southampton at home to Peterborough. The Saints extended their 100 per cent home record with a 3-0 thumping of Middlesbrough at the weekend and are just 8-15 with almost everyone to take care of unpredictable Peterborough.
Peterborough's last five games have featured 20 goals but even their attack might struggle at St Mary's where Saints have conceded just four goals in seven perfect games.
West Ham are another side short at 2-5 with Chandler and Betfred for the visit of Bristol City. The visitors have been liftehisd by the arrival of new boss Derek McInnes and he got the win he wanted at Barnsley at the weekend.
McInnes took St Johnstone to Celtic Park earlier in the season and won so he is no stranger to shocks but a result at Upton Park could be beyond his side.
Crystal Palace let us down at the weekend when they were held at home to Reading. Dougie Freedman's side are back on home soil with Portsmouth paying a visit and they must be down in the dumps after a heavey 3-0 defeat at Derby at the weekend.
Palace remain in third place and will see the visit of a side with just two points on the road from seven attempts as a great opportunity to get back on track. Dougie Freedman's men are 23-20 with Chandler.
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