The majority of these would-be winners may not have gained maximum points in a few matches, but we’re predicting they get back to winning ways to make this multiple pay out.
A successful fourfold pays out at 13/1 with Ladbrokes and hopefully you got on our 25/1 winning accumulator from last week!
It’s a slight surprise to see the division’s leaders and longest unbeaten side offering this accumulator its longest odds.
Then again, Burnley have just drawn three successive games, which has dented their air of invincibility slightly, but against a Huddersfield side who’ve lost two of their last three at home, Sean Dyche’s side should prevail.
Gianfranco Zola’s Hornets have lacked any sting of late, embarking on a run of five Championship games without a win.
However, if there was one team Watford would wish to face now to help them rediscover that winning feeling, then it’s bottom-placed Yeovil – who’ve lost three on the spin and seven in 10.
If new Boro boss Aitor Karanka was ever going to get a rousing response from his new charges then it’s now, in their first game at the Riverside under the Spaniard.
Bolton may be one of the form teams in the second tier right now, but their recent wins have come against out-of-sorts Watford, freefalling Bournemouth and 18th–place Millwall, meaning Middlesbrough can reward their new manager with the spoils.
Admittedly, this result is the slight joker in the pack, as QPR won last time out.
Neverthless, we needed a further match to bump up the odds and Harry Redknapp’s high flyers beating a Donny side who’ve only beaten Yeovil in seven games, while losing five more, seemed like a decent shout.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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