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7th Mar 2020 | Championship

The Saturday Accumulator

We're backing 4 home teams all on good form to win on Saturday at a best price of nearly 17/1.

It’s March, so for our accumulator today we can lean into sides scrapping for survival and finding some form in the Championship, whilst also opposing two teams struggling to meet expectations in the Premier League. Back them all together at best odds of 16.73/1 with BetFred.

Wolves (h) to beat Brighton:

It’s easy to forget that Wolves didn’t win any of their first 6 Premier League games this season, but now they are a bonafide contender for the Champions League following a crucial win at Spurs. This should be a home banker against opponents who are yet to win a game in 2020.

Burnley (h) to beat Spurs:

The league table suggests there is nothing between these sides and the form table indicates that Burnley should actually be favourites. The Clarets are unbeaten in six, won this fixture last season, and face a Tottenham team struggling under Mourinho’s influence already. It’s been a terrible run for the Londoners, struggling across three different competitions recently.

Barnsley (h) to beat Cardiff:

We took a punt on Barnsley last weekend, lost, but back on home turf they deserve another chance. The Tykes have still won three of their last four games as they attempt to pull off the great escape and they really need three more points here. Cardiff are staring at mid-table irrelevance after four winless outings and their heads could drop quickly.

Wigan (h) to beat Luton:

A huge game at the foot of the Championship and the Latics will be confident having climbed from the bottom three to six places off the bottom. Wigan achieved this off the back of three straight victories, including statement results: a 3-0 win away to Reading and a 1-0 victory at table-topping West Brom. Luton are fighting hard themselves, but find it hard on the road as a rule.

 

1pt Wolves, Burnley, Barnsley & Wigan to win 16.73/1 with Betfred
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Odds correct at time of publishing: 08:39 7th Mar, 2020 but subject to change