Derby wins for Huddersfield and QPR make it into our carefully selected Championship fourfold, while we predict Aitor Karanka will have to wait for at least a week before guiding Middlesbrough to a first league win, as they face in-form Leeds.
A successful accumulator pays out at a whopping 25/1 with Ladbrokes.
Hillsborough has proved a bountiful ground for Huddersfield in recent seasons against their Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday.
Unbeaten against the Owls in their last three visits, a commanding 3-1 win here last season will be fresh in Terrier minds, who’ve only been defeated by struggling Wednesday once in the last seven meetings.
A first loss of the season to leaders Burnley may have rocked the QPR boat a little recently, though at Loftus Road Harry Redknapp’s side retain the best home form in the division.
Derby were the latest victims, making it six wins from seven in west London, while city rivals Charlton have not beaten the R’s in four, losing on both their last two visits.
The Lions may have endured a six-game winless streak, but their home form has been good and having only recorded a solitary win in 10, Barnsley should be overcome at the Den.
Millwall have secured draws against the top two in their last two home outings, while high-flyers Leeds and Blackpool were beaten soundly before them.
‘New manager theory’ could have some punters believing Middlesbrough can take the spoils at Elland Road.
However two consecutive wins and four in their last six for Leeds, show Brian McDermott’s side are in fine form and unlikely to reward one of the second tier’s worst travellers with any mementos for Karanka to take back to Teesside.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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