David Prutton Sky Wager Championship Predictions | Soccer information

Who’s David Prutton aiming for on the opening weekend of the 2022/23 season of the Sky Wager Championship? Discover out right here …

Blackburn vs QPR, Saturday at 3pm

Each of those groups had been proper within the promotion mixture of the closing months of final season, however their momentum slowed at a horrible time, which means neither was in the end capable of make it into the highest six. Blackburn, particularly, suffered a really troublesome second half of the marketing campaign.

It is laborious to name as a result of in Jon Dahl Tomasson and Michael Beale, each side have new males with new concepts on the helm. Nevertheless, this may very well be a enjoyable afternoon in the event that they proceed to make use of assault kinds. So I am going for a scoring draw.

Prutton predicts: 2-2 (Sky Wager odds)

Cardiff-Norwich, Saturday at 3pm

Cardiff boss Steve Morison had quite a lot of room to maneuver through the switch window this summer time and introduced in 10 gamers in consequence, solely two of whom claimed switch charges. I am actually curious how the Bluebirds will carry out within the full first season of Morison in workplace.

Norwich, in the meantime, seemed fairly sharp within the pre-season and prioritized offensive reinforcements, with Isaac Hayden and Gabriel Sara certain to supply them a brand new search for the longer term. I’ve to say I am unable to see past Cardiff for this, although it is likely to be tight.

Prutton predicts: 2-1 (Sky Wager odds)

Middlesbrough vs West Brom, Saturday 17:30 – Reside Sky Sport Soccer

Now, then, this may very well be a extremely good match between two groups that may need to compete once more for promotion.

Middlesbrough misplaced a play-off spot by simply 5 factors after Chris Wilder’s rescue operation, whereas West Brom faltered within the first months of final season to complete in a disappointing tenth, their lowest ending place in over two. a long time. The pair have factors to show and I believe this may very well be a enjoyable draw.

Prutton predicts: 1-1 (Sky Wager odds)

Saturday 30 July at 5:00 pm

Begin at 5:30 pm


Sunderland vs Coventry, Sunday 12:00 – Reside Sky Sport Soccer

Welcome again, Sunderland! The Black Cats have been away from the league for 4 years and shall be a really welcome addition this season. I actually appreciated the way in which Alex Neil galvanized them in the direction of the top of the time period, and whereas this division is a unique animal, they’re no strangers and can struggle to remain right here.

Coventry seemed like shock play-off contenders for the primary half of final season which was actually encouraging to look at. Their inconsistency crept in later, nevertheless, they usually fell instantly, which Mark Robins will work to keep away from transferring ahead. Given the chance, I’m supporting Sunderland right here.

Prutton predicts: 1-0 (Sky Wager odds)

Sunday 31 July at 11:30 am

Begin at 12:00


Watford vs Sheffield United, Monday 20:00 – Reside Sky Sport Soccer

Rob Edwards will be Watford's head coach from the 2022/23 season

The weekend ends with a conflict between two different groups that may absolutely compete on the prime of the division. It is a league managerial bow to an distinctive Vicarage Highway crowd for Rob Edwards, who’s Watford’s fourth supervisor because the begin of final season.

Sheffield United misplaced within the play-offs final season after Paul Heckingbottom’s glorious work, who took over after a poor begin for the Blades beneath Slavisa Jokanovic. They’ll need to get off to a very good begin beneath the lights and I believe this may very well be one other cracker.

Prutton predicts: 2-2 (Sky Wager odds)

Monday 1 August 7:30 pm

Begin at 20:00


Prutton’s different predictions (begins on Saturday at 3pm)

Blackpool vs Studying: 1-1

Hull vs Bristol Metropolis: 2-1

Luton-Birmingham: 2-1

Millwall versus Stoke: 1-1

Rotherham v Swansea: 1-1

Wigan versus Preston: 1-1

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