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Leicester, Reading and Millwall all backed for victories

| 11.03.2014

Much of tonight’s football focus will be on Arsenal as they look to pull off mission impossible against Bayern Munich in the Champions League but there is also a full card of Championship fixtures to get stuck into.

And it could pay to back the away sides tonight with Leicester, Reading and Millwall all backed in our 14/1 Championship treble.

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With that in mind why not add Watford (23/20) and Ipswich (11/8) to make a five-fold paying out at massive odds of just under 74/1!

Leicester to beat Barnsley @ 8/11

Leicester face a tricky trip to Oakwell to face a Barnsley side unbeaten in five games on their home patch.

But the Foxes will look to succeed where Nottingham Forest failed at the weekend and with their excellent away record –unbeaten in six Championship games on the road – they have an excellent chance of all three points.

Despite losing in this fixture last year, Nigel Pearson’s side also have a decent record at Oakwell losing just two of their last eight fixtures at the ground.

Reading to beat Leeds @ 17/10

The Royals let us down badly a couple of weeks ago when they could not see off a Yeovil side down to eight men at the Madjeski.

But we are prepared to give them another chance against a Leeds side without a win in four matches.

On top of that Nigel Adkins’ side have been in excellent form away from home in recent weeks and they can take advantage of a Leeds side with just one win from their last seven in front of their own fans.

Millwall to beat Blackpool @ 21/10

The Lions will be full of confidence after a 1-0 win over promotion chasing Derby ended a run of 13 away matches without a win.

Millwall now face a Blackpool side in freefall after a run of 18 games without a win and Ian Holloway’s side can heap further misery on Barry Ferguson’s men by sealing back-to-back wins on the road for the first time in a year.

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

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Oliver Yew