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Blackburn and Brighton to shine in Championship acca

| 18.04.2014

With four games to go in the Championship, Easter weekend promises to be make or break for plenty of team’s promotion or survival chances.

But it can be a really Good Friday for Blackburn, Burnley and Brighton in the race for automatic promotion and the play-offs with all three backed for victory in our Championship treble at odds of just under 7/1.

A £10 stake on the three selections to win returns an Easter bonus of £69.70 but by adding Bournemouth (4/5) and Derby (9/10) to make a 23/1 fivefold accumulator you will qualify for our One Out? Our Shout!* offer.

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Blackburn to beat Yeovil @ 4/7

Blackburn’s late push for the play-offs continues when they welcome bottom side Yeovil to Ewood Park.

Just four points off the last play-off spot, Gary Bowyer’s side can pile the pressure on the sides above them with a vital three points.

Rovers are unbeaten in their last eight in the league and they can extend that run against a Glovers side with just one win from their last nine on the road.

Brighton to beat Huddersfield @ 11/10

Back-to-back wins over Leicester and Charlton have boosted Brighton’s promotion chances and they will now be confident of victory over an out-of-sorts Huddersfield.

The Seagulls are in decent form away from home, losing just one their previous six, and in Jesse Lingard and Leonardo Ulloa they have two players who are in goal scoring form.

The pair have fired five goals between them in the last two and they could be too hot to handle for the Terriers, who are on a run of three successive defeats.

Burnley to beat Blackpool @ 21/20

Sean Dyche’s men suffered a setback at the weekend with a 1-0 defeat to Middlesbrough at Turf Moor but we are backing them to bounce back against Blackpool.

The Tangerines are without a win in their last five in the Championship and have suffered three straight defeats, two of which have come at Bloomfield Road.

The Clarets, on the other hand, are unbeaten in their last nine on the road and can seal automatic promotion with a victory should Derby fail to win at Doncaster.

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Oliver Yew