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Championship Accumulator: Two draws among 25/1 treble

| 15.03.2013

With a group of tight-looking Championship fixtures to be played, we opt for two draws within our 25/1 treble selections this time round.

And we first choose a stalemate between Hull and Nottingham Forest, which is available as a 23/10 chance.

It is difficult to choose between this pair, who are each in terrific form, with the hosts having won five of their past seven matches, and Forest triumphing in five of their last six.

The Tricky Trees have most regularly drawn on their travels this season also, and they look in line to extend that trend with an eighth away stalemate at the KC Stadium.

Elsewhere, we also expect there to be nothing to separate Blackpool and Peterborough at Bloomfield Road, with the draw a 13/5 shot there.

The Seasiders have won just once under Paul Ince thus far, with three draws stemming from the former Blackburn manager’s first five games in charge of the club.

And in travelling Posh, they meet a side that has vastly improved in recent weeks to give themselves a fighting chance of Championship survival.

Darren Ferguson’s men have lost just once in their last five, with the past three of those matches ending level.

Finally, we turn to a fixture involving two sides battling relegation for the third leg of our treble.

But rather than backing the draw in this clash, we take 6/5 Wolves to overcome Bristol City at Molineux.

Dean Saunders finally got his first win as Wolves chief away to Millwall two games ago, but remains in search of his first home success with the Midlands outfit.

This represents the perfect opportunity for him to gain it, against the division’s worst travellers, who have lost 12 matches on the road this term.

The hosts can also take heart from the 4-1 demolition they inflicted on City in the reverse fixture earlier this term, and should be backed to make it 10 consecutive games without defeat opposing the Robins.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



John Klee