There are just two unbeaten teams remaining in the Championship and while Nottingham Forest are being tipped to extend their run in this week’s Championship accumulator, Charlton’s solid start is set to come to an end.
Bournemouth look likely to be the first side to take three points from the Addicks this term and backing the Cherries alongside wins for Forest, Norwich and Brentford looks a tempting shout at 44/1.
And, with Ladbrokes offering money back as a free bet when a 5+ acca is let down by just one team, why not boost the odds to a staggering 98/1 by adding Birmingham to beat basement boys Bolton?
Read on to see why this is one acca you won’t want to miss.
For all the hype surrounding their unbeaten start to the season just four points separates the Addicks and the Cherries and with the Valley residents winning just one of their last five Dean Court could be the place the wheels fall of the Charlton bandwagon.
Bournemouth have lost just one of their five outings and took all three points in a 2-1 win last time the Londoners travelled to the south coast.
Fulham’s mini-revival of three consecutive wins came to a crashing halt last timeout when losing to Middlesbrough and any chances of a return to winning ways look slim with the canaries sitting at the top of the table.
Norwich have won four of their last five on the road and will fancy their chances against a Lilywhites side that has won one of six at Craven Cottage.
Forest may be unbeaten but with four draws on the bounce in the league Stuart Pearce will be desperate for a win.
Cardiff are usually solid at home, losing just five of their last 35 as hosts, but with just one win from their five outings Pearce will be confident of slaying the Dragons (or clipping the Bluebirds wings if you prefer!)
The Bees haven’t beaten the Latics since Hear’Say topped the charts with Pure and Simple but with Wigan not winning any of their last six and Brentford winning two of their last the pure ecstasy of three points for the visitors looks a simple pick (sorry!).
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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