Sheffield Wednesday v Birmingham EFL Odds, Betting Tips - 10 February

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Feb/09/2017

The Sheffield Wednesday v Birmingham betting odds for Friday had Sheffield Wednesday at 4/5 odds, Birmingham at 4/1 and the Draw at 5/2.  The Owls were seeing nearly 75 percent of the action in this matchup.

The Blues, however, won 2-1 when the sides met earlier this term. Still, Wednesday had won 4 of the previous 5 meetings, three of four that were played at home, and they are actually unbeaten at home against the Blues in their last five meetings.

And at home, Sheffield Wednesday has won just shy of 70 percent of the time this season. 

The Owls have shut out each of their past four guests to Hillsborough, giving the UNDER 2.5 and an Owls victory an edge here.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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