Championship Accumulator Tips: 5/1 Fourfold

 | November 24 | 

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The Championship returns to action this weekend after a two-week hiatus and there are some cracking ties in store. Struggling to build an accumulator this weekend? Don't worry as we've got you covered with a fourfold we've put together worth 5/1.

Championship Accumulator Tips

  • Leeds to beat Rotherham - 1/3
  • Southampton to beat Huddersfield - 4/6
  • Leicester to beat Watford - 1/2
  • Middlesbrough to beat Bristol City - EVS

Accumulator pays at 5.66/1

Leeds to beat Rotherham @ 1/3

Leeds United travel to Yorkshire rivals Rotherham United on Friday night as Daniel Farke's side will look to keep building momentum as they attempt to challenge top-two sides Leicester City and Ipswich Town for the automatic promotion spots.

A victory against league strugglers Rotherham will be expected on Friday night and with the quality in Farke's squad, Leeds should be able to put on a show in front of the Sky Sports' cameras.

Southampton to beat Huddersfield @ 4/6

Southampton had a bit of a rocky start under Russell Martin but with more time and games under their belt, the players are understanding what they need to do in his system and they are starting to show their promotion credentials. They travel to face a poor Huddersfield Town side on Saturday and this should be an easy victory for the Saints.

Leicester to beat Watford @ 1/2

While Enzo Maresca's Leicester City have been treating us to some exciting football this season and look destined for an instant return to the Premier League this year, they are not invincible. They have been beaten three times already this term and lost two games back-to-back against Leeds and Middlesbrough respectively before the international break.

Maresca will demand a quick response this weekend when the Foxes host an inconsistent Watford side. Leicester should have more than enough quality against the Hornets to get back to winning ways, as well as look to widen the gap between themselves and their promotion rivals.

Middlesbrough to beat Bristol City @ EVS

Last year's play-off semi-finalists had some maintenance problems at the start of the season with a new-look squad under Michael Carrick, but now things look as though they are clicking into gear and their promotion credentials are increasing once again.

They travel to Bristol City this weekend, who are under new management in Liam Manning. The Robins could experience a new manager bounce but that seems unlikely due to the way Manning will want them to play and how different it was from Nigel Pearson's style. They will be experiencing a mini pre-season when Boro come to town so this could indeed be a free hit for Carrick's squad.

 

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