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Championship Acca: Wolves and Bournemouth picked

| 31.10.2014

The Championship is getting a fair slice of the TV action this weekend with three televised games and while the Norwich v Bolton match is too early for our liking there is plenty of acca action to be had.

Not all the best games are on TV though and Ladbrokes News has put together a tasty-looking fourfold including Wolves, Bournemouth, Ipswich and Charlton at 14/1.

Add table toppers Derby into the mix and not only do you boost the odds to 34/1 but you also qualify for our fantastic money back offer, which refunds losing acca stakes as a free bet if just one side of five or more lets you down!

Wolves to beat Birmingham @ 4/7

Few would have predicted Wolves’ stellar start to the campaign but fewer still would have guessed at how shambolic the Blues’ start would be.

The hosts are unbeaten in four – winning their last two, while Birmingham have now lost three on the bounce, conceding 10 and scoring none in that run. Enough said!

Bournemouth to beat Brighton @ 17/20

The Cherries are on a run of five consecutive wins, in which they have scored 16 goals and conceded just two.

As if that wasn’t enough to give Eddie Howe’s men the utmost confidence of a home win, Brighton have not won a game in seven outings. Prediction? Home win!

Ipswich to beat Blackpool @ 21/20

To get the Tractor Boys at odds-against is a treat against the Championship’s bottom side.

Mick McCarthy’s men have lost just once in 10 outings, while the Tangerines have won just once in seven.

Ipswich are unbeaten in three meetings with the Seasiders and will expect to extend that run here.

Charlton to beat Sheffield Wednesday @ 8/5

Charlton have gone off the boil after a blistering start but have still lost only one of their last 10 games.

The Addicks will be confident of a win over a Wednesday side with no wins from seven attempts, having taken six points off the Owls last season.

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

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.