Another exciting weekend of Championship football is here and we’ve picked six results which we believe would slot nicely in an accumulator for the weekend.
Leicester to beat QPR @ 1/3
Enzo Maresca’s Leicester City are on fire, having won 12 of their opening 13 matches in the Championship this term. The Foxes look unstoppable and it is hard to see anyone but them lifting the league title come May. They face a struggling QPR side who are having a hard time trying to make their home a fortress.
Middlesbrough to beat Stoke City @ 8/11
Middlesbrough are on the march. After a shaky start, Michael Carrick’s side have turned the screw and are now on an excellent run of six consecutive wins. Stoke may have enjoyed back-to-back victories over Sunderland and Leeds United but they are facing a Boro side riding a much bigger wave of momentum.
Leeds United to beat Huddersfield Town @ 3/10
Leeds may have suffered a setback in midweek against Stoke, but we are expecting them to bounce back against a struggling Huddersfield Town side this weekend. The Terriers were thrashed 4-0 by Cardiff City in midweek and they could be in for another long afternoon against Daniel Farke’s men.
Blackburn Rovers to beat Swansea City @ 19/20
Jon Dahl Tomasson’s Blackburn Rovers are on a three-game winning streak heading into the weekend, while Swansea City have lost two on the bounce. Rovers are starting to find their rhythm and with the amount of chances they create, this could be another rough afternoon for the Swans.
Sunderland to beat Norwich City @ EVS
Sunderland may have lost their last three games but we think that they can bounce back against an inconsistent Norwich City side. The Black Cats gave a spirited performance at Leicester in midweek and they can build on that with a home clash with the Canaries, who are four games without a win.
Cardiff City to beat Bristol City @ 23/20
Cardiff are very much looking like this year’s surprise package when many people expected them to be in and around the bottom six. The Bluebirds are seventh in the table and their confidence will be high after their 4-0 demolition of Huddersfield in midweek. They face a Bristol City side who continue blowing hot and cold, which is frustrating the supporters.