Bolton offer the best price in our Championship fourfold as they travel to face a Sheffield Wednesday side struggling to come to terms with having their 19-match unbeaten streak snapped at Crystal Palace.
The Trotters are the longest priced team in an accumulator which will pay out at a 26/1 should all four do the business in their next games.
Since Palace stuck a pin in Dave Jones’ unbeaten bubble, Sheff Wed have suffered defeats at Brighton and, most recently, Huddersfield at Hillsborough, with the latter playing over half the game with 10-men.
Bolton – a 13/8 shot – have suffered three defeats on the road from as many matches since their relegation to the Championship, but will regard this as the perfect place to end their away-day hoodoo.
In Chris Eagles, the Trotters have a winger with a trick up his sleeve and goal in his locker; he’s netted four from six, two of which came in his previous two away matches.
Bolton cruised both meetings when these sides last met at this level and will be confident of firing the goals past an Owls defence who have shipped 16 already this season in all comps.
Wolves are the second selection and seem to be hitting form after a stuttering start under Stale Solbakken.
It’s generously priced at 6/5 for the Wanderers to win against a, frankly, hapless Peterborough side who have a 100 per cent losing record so far this season and, after caving to a Bristol City side in a must-win last time out, it’s hard to envisage anything other than an away win here.
A 2-0 win at the Posh’s relegation rivals Ipswich last time out was Wolves’ first score on the road under the stewardship of their new coach and, with one defeat in their last six, they’re beginning to live up to their billing as promotion candidates.
Wolves are far superior to sides such as Burnley, Millwall and the aforementioned Bristol City who have all sunk Darren Ferguson’s men so far this term. With Premier League players like Roger Johnson and Kevin Doyle on hand, they are sure to have too much in their locker for lowly Peterborough.
Ladbrokes have priced Cardiff up at 13/10 to repeat their achievement on the final day of last season and beat Palace at Selhurst Park.
The red Bluebirds come into this game looking for a fourth straight win and have Peter Whittingham in typically excellent scoring form. He’s smashed in five goals from three games; an exceptional return for a midfield player.
The Eagles have put some points on the board following a dreadful start to the campaign but Cardiff, who beat them three times from four last term, are likely to have too much for them once again.
It’s also worth noting that the team from the Welsh capital are unbeaten in their last five league trips to London, winning on three occasions.
The final selection of this accumulator is Ipswich, priced at 1/1 to pick up a home win against Charlton.
Paul Jewell’s side are struggling and have only picked up a single point since Blackpool slapped them in a 6-0 win. Equally, Charlton are not enjoying the best of times on their return to the Championship and the Tractor Boys will be regarding this game as one where they can pick up points.
The Addicks 3-2 reverse at Derby last time out was their third on the spin and, if Ipswich fail to overcome them at Portman Road, alarm bells will surely be sounding.
All odds and markets correct as of publication