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Burnley’s price music to the ears of Championship acca seekers

| 01.01.2014

Anyone who doesn’t believe that the English Championship is one of the most evenly matched divisions in European football need only look at the match odds for each and every game week to be converted.

Week-on-week some stonking prices are available for anyone who dares to study the form and we’ve done just that to find this delicious looking treble that will pay around 16/1 should it land.

Burnley to beat Yeovil @ 1/1

This is just a prime example of the inflated price available in the division as the second-placed Burnley, who are the hottest side in the league over the past six games with four wins and 14 points, travel to lowly Yeovil.

The Glovers are five games without a win, the last three of which have been defeats, and lost 2-0 to Burnley the last time the pair crossed swords.

Birmingham to beat Brighton @ 7/2

Lee Clark’s side have suddenly found an affinity for away games, taking 14 of their 17 total day trip points over the past six matches.

No side in the Championship rivals that sort of road form and a win against Brighton, who’ve only managed draws with low-level Huddersfield and Bournemouth in their last two home stands, shouldn’t be too tough to come by.

Huddersfield to beat Millwall @ 17/20

One side who certainly aren’t travel-sickness-free are Millwall, who have the second worst points tally in games away from their own stadium so far this season.

The appointment of Ian Holloway will no doubt turn things around for the south London club, who sit one point above safety, but the revival won’t start in his first match.

Huddersfield are a confident bunch at the John Smith’s Stadium, taking a draw with high-flying Derby and turning it into a 5-1 thrashing of Yeovil last time out there.

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

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Matt Wiggins

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