The latest round of Championship matches take place this weekend and some of the big names are already gathering around the top of the table.
The top five are all former Premier League clubs and they will be desperate to continue their solid start and maintain an unbeaten record.
Steve Bruce’s men have started with two wins out of two so far, including an impressive away success at Hull in their opener.
Having come back from the brink of financial disaster during the summer, Villa have done well to keep a hold of the majority of their squad, Jack Grealish proving to be pivotal again, and he could have a field day against a poor looking Ipswich side.
The Tractor Boys were very fortunate to get a stoppage-time equaliser against Blackburn on the opening weekend and followed that up with defeat at Rotherham last Saturday.
Paul Hurst’s men were then knocked out of the EFL Cup by Exeter and they will struggle to cope with Villa’s attacking threat.
QPR look like a team doomed to a season of struggle and the last thing you want after back-to-back league defeats is an away trip to a side that was relegated from the top flight last season.
Although West Brom haven’t been at their best, they have four points from three games and have scored six league goals with their quality forward line – which includes the likes of Jay Rodriguez, Dwight Gayle and Hal Robson-Kanu – surely set to cause the R’s problems.
Steve McClaren’s men have scored just one goal in two league matches and just two away wins in 2018 suggests an Albion victory is nailed on.
The teams in 21st and 15th meet at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday and both are looking for their first wins of the season. It’s a defeat and a draw for Hull so far, with Blackburn collecting two draws from their first two games.
They were in different leagues last term but faced off in the FA Cup, when Hull won a tight game 0-1. The two teams look evenly matched and the draw looks good value.
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