Championship Accumulator Tips: 11/1 Treble for Saturday

 | December 01 | 

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There are some cracking Championship matches in store this weekend but that does mean that there are some tough ones to call. However, we have picked out three selections from this weekend's roster to build an accumulator that is a tasty treble valued at 11/1.

Championship Accumulator Tips

  • Hull City to beat Watford - 21/20
  • Plymouth Argyle to beat Stoke City - 13/8
  • Sunderland to beat Millwall - 13/10

Treble pays at 11.37/1

Hull City to beat Watford @ 21/20

Hull City got back to winning ways in midweek as they thumped strugglers Rotherham United 4-1 at the MKM Stadium. Liam Rosenior's men have now won three of their last five fixtures which will serve them well ahead of another home clash against Watford on Saturday.

The Hornets did also pick up three points last time out as they defeated Norwich City 3-2 on home soil. However, consistency has been a huge problem for this season and they might just get mauled by the Tigers this weekend.

Plymouth Argyle to beat Stoke City @ 13/8

After an impressive victory over Sunderland at Home Park last weekend, Plymouth Argyle slipped to a narrow defeat at Coventry in midweek. Their away form has been their biggest problem this season but their home form is where they are picking up most of their points (16 from 19).

They welcome an inconsistent Stoke City to Devon this weekend, who have failed to win in their last four games. Argyle will turn to star player Morgan Whittaker to turn in another masterclass at Home Park as they look to pick up another valuable three points at home.

Sunderland to beat Millwall @ 13/10

It hasn't been the best week so far for Sunderland. Tony Mowbray's side have lost their last two matches against Plymouth and Huddersfield Town respectively. The Black Cats will look for a response this weekend as they travel to Millwall, who are having issues of their own.

The Lions' new boss Joe Edwards has been unable to build on his debut win over Sheffield Wednesday as his side have suffered back-to-back defeats against Coventry City and Ipswich Town. They are still under transition as they try to implement his philosophy on the pitch, and Sunderland could add further disruption to their plans this weekend.

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