Championship accumulator: Ipswich and Norwich tipped

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With league leaders Bournemouth taking on high flying Middlesbrough in the standout Championship fixture this weekend we’re jumping off the Cherries express as far as betting is concerned.

The match at the Riverside looks too close to call so we’re giving it a wide berth and focusing on four games that appear easier to figure out.

Ladbrokes News has put together a tasty-looking fourfold of wins for Ipswich, Norwich, Derby and Sheffield Wednesday paying out at 27/1.

Read onto see why the Tractor Boys, Canaries, Rams and Owls should be backed this weekend.

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Ipswich to beat Watford @ 6/4

Mick McCarthy’s men head into this clash having lost just one of their last 12 games and will fancy their chances against a Hornets side short of form on the road.

Watford have lost eight of their last 15 away from Vicarage Road and after losing 2-1 to hapless Birmingham last time out look unlikely to improve that record here.

Norwich to beat Nottingham Forest @ 8/5

Norwich were hammered 4-0 by Middlesbrough last time out but were unbeaten in three before that.

Few teams look more likely to offer a return to winning ways at present that Forest, who are without a win since September.

That 10 game stretch has seen Stuart Pearce’s men lose their last three and they are unlikely to halt that slide against a Canaries outfit they conceded four points to last year.

Derby to beat Wolves @ 11/10

With a five-match streak that reads WLWLW Derby look incapable of building a decent run at present.

However, the Rams have lost just two of their last 16 at home and should make it consecutive wins against a Wolves side that recently drew with misfiring local rivals Birmingham and lost last time out.

Sheffield Wednesday to beat Rotherham @ 11/10

The first league meeting of these sides since 2002 finds neither team in fine form but for all their troubles the Owls have been difficult to beat of late, at least.

The hosts have lost just twice in seven games and with Rotherham taking maximum points just twice in 13 attempts a home win is the obvious call!

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.