Leeds’ dismal away form is the key to Championship accumulator
It’s that time of the week where we all dream about our weekend accumulators coming in. So, as usual, we’ve attempted to pick out another of those magical winning combinations here, in this nifty-looking Championship fourfold, which pays out at 24/1.
Always good to get a banker into the acca and what better place to start than Turf Moor? Sneering at all below them are Sean Dyche’s Burnley side, who dropped their first points in eight games when drawing at Millwall last time out.
Still, order should be restored with the visit of Bournemouth, as the travelsick Cherries have lost two of their last three on the road and four of their last six overall as well.
Unbeaten in their last five league matches, Chris Powell’s Valley-dwellers have also kept four straight clean sheets, which is bound to please the former defender greatly.
Three successive draws against top-10 opponents at home has represented decent, if not sparkling form for Charlton, though that should be remedied by the visit of Leeds; who’ve lost their last four on the road in the league.
Huddersfield can heap more misery on this wayward Birmingham side, who appear content to abseil their way towards the foot of the table – having lost three of their last four.
The Terriers saw off Leeds in their last home game and although they bring similar form, the calibre of opponent they have lost to has been from the upper, rather than lower echelons of the division.
Finally, it’s time to add a spicy price to this Championship broth, with an away win.
Watford triumphed at the Riverside last season and Gianfranco Zola’s promotion-chasers can get back on course by taking advantage of manager-less Boro.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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