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Leeds and Forest the smart plays in Championship accumulator

| 06.12.2013

With the FA Cup second round denying multiple lovers the chance to fully extend their accumulator arms, we’ve picked out an exclusively Championship multiple to tide you over until normality returns.

This four-fold, which contains three home sides and two odds-against chances, will pay out at a handsome 15/1 should all four teams oblige.

Reading to beat Bournemouth at 3/4

Bournemouth’s winless run, which stands at seven games, won’t come to an end when they travel to the Madejski Stadium to face Reading.

Not only have Eddie Howe’s side won just once on the road this season, but they face a side who are yet to lose a game in front of their own fans and have only conceded three goals in their last seven games there.

Leeds to beat Watford at 11/8

That Leeds are odds-against to win at home to Watford given that the Hornets are without victory in seven games is the best of news for this multiple.
The Elland Road side have also picked up maximum points in five straight games in Yorkshire, notching 12 goals in that time.

QPR to beat Blackburn at 7/10

No side in English football’s second tier has better home form than the Harry Redknapp-managed Hoops, picking up 16 points from the last 18 available.

They should have no trouble bettering this Rovers outfit who’ve only won once on the road in their last six games and have shipped two or more in four straight day-trips.

Nottingham Forest to beat Sheffield Wednesday at 13/10

Like Leeds, taking Nottingham Forest at odd-against to topple the lowly Owls seriously boosts this accumulator’s pay packet.

Second bottom Wednesday haven’t beaten Forest in five straight clashes with them, losing four of those games.

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

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Matt Wiggins

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