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C’ship Accumulator: Get 20/1 on our fourfold for the midweek action

| 02.10.2012

Bristol City take on Millwall at Ashton Gate and can be backed at 13/10 to secure the home win.

The Robins are the longest odds selection of our Championship fourfold, which includes home wins for Middlesbrough, Wolves and Charlton to pay out at just over 20/1.

Derek McInnes’ men got the better of the Lions in both of their league clashes last term and have beaten them in six of the last eight meetings in front of their own fans.

Millwall make the trip west in dreadful form and were a few seconds away from a fourth defeat on the spin up until Darius Henderson snatched a stoppage-time leveller at Burnley.

Their hosts have lost four of their eight Championship games this season, but their goalscoring prowess cannot be denied. Their fans have seen them bag 17 in those eight games, an incredible 13 of which have been on their home patch.

At 6/5, Middlesbrough to beat Derby offers punters great value given their strong record against their next opponents.

The Riverside has been a scene of much misery for travelling Rams fans, where they haven’t seen their team win since February 2000.

Since that triumph Boro have racked up six straight wins in this fixture, scoring 16 and conceding just two.

Derby’s east Midlands rivals Leicester snapped Boro’s 100 per cent winning record in controversial fashion last time, but Tony Mowbray’s promotion-chasing side have been solid on their own patch and will have too much for Derby.

Watford have struggled since inheriting the Udinese reserve team after a surprisingly strong start in the Championship.

A late penalty at Huddersfield granted them their first win following four straight defeats in all comps, yet Charlton’s recent resurgence should see them struggle at the Valley.

After winning at Ipswich, they took a well-earned point from promotion favourites Blackburn last time and will be looking to extend their good run here.

If the enigmatic Ricardo Fuller can prove his fitness after missing the draw with Rovers, the Addicks will have a goal-threat that can cause problems for the Watford backline and the 6/5 they’re available at looks a good bet.

Wolves are the final selection of the four at 4/5 and are in excellent knick, particularly at Molineux, where they prepare to entertain Crystal Palace.

The Eagles themselves are on-song having raised their game to upset both Cardiff and Bolton in their last two games, but the Wanderers should be too strong in front of their own fans.

After some initial teething problems, Stale Solbakken has got Wolves firing and their 1-0 win over Sheff Wed last time out was their fourth in succession in league action.

A front pairing of Kevin Doyle and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake promises goals and their back four is as solid as any, having kept a hat-trick of shut-outs in the Championship.

Toppling Palace won’t be easy, but they have more than ample resources to get the job done which makes their price to tempting to refuse.

All odds and markets accurate as of publication’s time and date

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James Middleton