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Championship Accumulator: Bristol City head up 22/1 fourfold

| 08.03.2013

We’ve been lucky enough to uncover some exceptional prices on four home sides for this weekend’s Championship accumulator and they combine to forge a handsome 22/1 payout.

Crystal Palace to beat Leeds @ 17/20

The Eagles have not lost at Selhurst Park since they first played there this term; a mammoth 18 games ago. They’ve bagged 12 goals in their previous four outings, winning each of them as they encroach on automatic promotion to the Premier League.

None of these statistics bode well for Leeds, who haven’t won a league game on the road in over three months, losing five times, as well as once in the FA Cup.

Nottingham Forest to beat Wolves @ 4/5

Forest are on fire, buoyed by Billy Davies’ return to their dugout. They’ve ran out winners in each of their last four, conceding one and scoring 10. They play host to a Wolves side sure to be on a high after winning their first game in what seems like all eternity.

You’ve still got to favour Forest at this price though as, even taking that Wolves win into consideration, Wanderers’ recent form has yielded 13 winless games from 14.

Birmingham to beat Derby @ 6/4

It appears that Birmingham have steadied the ship somewhat, curtailing the threat of relegation after just two defeats in eight outings.

They welcome a Rams team to St Andrews who are travelling in the opposite direction with no victory and one clean sheet in seven. In addition to this, they’ve only won one of their last 12 away league clashes.

Bristol City to beat Middlesbrough @ 17/10

Since Brian O’Driscoll assumed control of the Robins, they’ve established some strong home form and this will see them fair well against free-falling Middlesbrough.
Boro are preparing their hopes of a Premier League return for a Viking burial for the second season running after a post-Christmas implosion that’s seen them bettered in eight of their previous 11.

Bristol City have won four from five games at Ashton Gate and can bank on another precious three points in their quest for survival here.

All odds and markets accurate as of publication’s time and date



James Middleton