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bet365’s 13/1 accumulator: Ipswich and Blackburn both backed to win!


Ipswich and Blackburn are among the teams featured in bet365′s midweek Championship acca, which is predicting a hat-full of goals.

Completing the four-fold for Wednesday night’s fixtures are Bristol City’s trip to Southampton, and the Elland Road encounter between Leeds and Swansea.

Ipswich should see off the lowly Lions – and score some goals in the process – which becomes the platform of a four-fold which works out at around 13/1.

Also included in the acca are Blackburn to beat Birmingham, Leeds and Swansea to each find the net at Elland Road and a late goal in Southampton’s showdown with Bristol City.

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Championship Wednesday accumulator

Blackburn @ 5/6

Ipswich & Over 2.5 goals @ 5/4

Southampton v Bristol City – Goal after 78:59 @ 5/6

Leeds v Swansea – BTTS @ 5/6

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Blackburn v Birmingham information

  • Where is Blackburn v Birmingham? Ewood Park, Blackburn
  • When is Blackburn v Birmingham? 19:45, Wednesday 29th November
  • What are the odds for Blackburn v Birmingham? Blackburn 5/6, Draw 13/5, Birmingham 10/3

Blackburn v Birmingham prediction

Blackburn win – 5/6

Wayne Rooney is finally off the mark as Birmingham boss but don’t expect the feel-good factor to last more than a few days.

Rooney won at the sixth time of asking when mastermind Saturday’s 2-1 triumph over Sheffield Wednesday but it was a far from convincing performance against the Championship’s bottom club.

There was certainly nothing in it which should perturb Blackburn who won 3-0 at Stoke at the weekend.

Rovers are inconsistent and don’t do draws and while their home haul of three wins from eight is modest, Birmingham have taken just four points from a possible 24 on their travels.

Birmingham have also failed to win on any of their last nine visits to Ewood Park.

Ipswich v Millwall information

  • Where is Ipswich v Millwall? Portman Road, Ipswich
  • When is Ipswich v Millwall? 19:45, Wednesday 29th November
  • What are the odds for Ipswich v Millwall? Ipswich 4/6, Draw 16/5, Millwall 9/2

Ipswich v Millwall prediction

Ipswich & Over 2.5 goals – 5/4

Ipswich suffered a rare reverse on Saturday, beaten 2-0 at West Brom, but should be trusted to bounce back immediately at a rocking Portman Road.

That was just Ipswich’s second defeat of the season, the first being at home to Leeds. It’s taking very good teams to get the better of them and the formbook and league table suggest Millwall might not be good enough.

The Lions have won five times this season but three were against sides below them and they are currently on a run of just one win in seven.

Saturday’s reverse was a hideous 3-0 home loss to Coventry, a match in which Millwall did pretty much nothing right, according to new boss Joe Edwards.

And if they get the basics wrong at Portman Road they will be blown away because Ipswich have scored three goals or more in each of their last seven home Championship fixtures. The advice is to clamber aboard the Tractor Boys and over 2.5 goals at 5/4.

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Southampton v Bristol City information

  • Where is Southampton v Bristol City? St Mary’s, Southampton
  • When is Southampton v Bristol City? 19:45, Wednesday 29th November
  • What are the odds for Southampton v Bristol City? Southampton 4/7, Draw 7/2, Bristol City 17/4

Southampton v Bristol City prediction

Late goal after 78:59 – 5/6

Southampton are probably short enough given the improvements evident at Bristol City, but what does look likely at St Mary’s is a late goal.

There have been 11 goals in Saints’ games scored after the 79th minute, and it has happened in each of their last six fixtures.

Saints do keep going until the final whistle and that lends itself to late goalmouth action.

And it’s quite possible Russell Martin’s will be having to chase against Bristol City, who are unbeaten in two under new boss Liam Manning, including their excellent 3-2 win over Middlesbrough.

Manning, who succeeded Martin as boss of MK Dons two years ago, will get City playing attractive football and given how Saints play under their new boss, this could be full of goals.

Leeds v Swansea information

  • Where is Leeds v Swansea? Elland Road, Leeds
  • When is Leeds v Swansea? 19:45, Wednesday 29th November
  • What are the odds for Leeds v Swansea? Leeds 4/11, Draw 17/4, Swansea 15/2

Leeds v Swansea prediction

Both Teams to Score – 5/6

Elland Road is close to a fortress for Leeds this season where they have played eight Championship fixtures, winning five and drawing the other three.

They would expect to chalk up another win at home to Swansea, but look short enough given the Swans’ only loss on their last five road trips was at Ipswich, and only narrowly at that, 3-2 the scoreline.

Swansea have found the net in their last five away games, Leeds have conceded in five of their eight at home, so back both teams to score at 5/6.

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