Championship 10/1 Sunday Acca - Sunday, January 2

Championship games are spread over three days this weekend and we have chosen Sunday as the home of our Championship acca, putting together three teams that gives us a 10/1 bet to cheer on!

QPR to win away at Birmingham

QPR are right in the mix for the playoffs, but suffered two defeats at home to Stoke and Bournemouth recently. However, we saw them bounce back with a 2-1 win over Bristol City just a few days ago, and the hope is that they build on that.

Birmingham have won just one of their last seven games, and are continuing to drop down the table. On top of that, they’ve not played since December 18, and while that is a rest that some would love, on the other hand, it is also likely to mean a little bit of rust here.

With that, and the fact that QPR are hopefully on the up again, we are backing the away side to take the three points here.

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Here's how things look at the halfway stage for us ?#QPR | @SkyBetChamp

— QPR FC (@QPR) January 1, 2022

Blackburn to beat Huddersfield & over 2.5 goals

Blackburn are the form team in England, not just the Championship, winning their last six matches.

They host Huddersfield on Sunday, looking to make it seven in a row. Huddersfield are not too far back in the playoff race, six points off Blackburn and currently holding the last playoff spot thanks to wins in their last three games.

However, those have come against lower sides, where as Blackburn have put together some bigger wins against the likes of Bournemouth and Stoke.

We fancy the home team to edge this, and on top of that, we also like over 2.5 goals. Both sides have plenty of players who like to get forward and genuine goal scorers in attack, we think goals will come here.

? A year to remember for @benbreo!

No player across the top four tiers scored more league goals in 2021 than Ben Brereton Diaz. ??#Rovers ???

— Blackburn Rovers (@Rovers) December 31, 2021

West Brom to beat Cardiff

We round the acca off with West Brom to beat Cardiff at home. The Baggies have not been in the best of form recently, and are relying on grinding out results, rather than showing their quality at the moment.

However, given the poor form Cardiff are showing at the moment, this is their easiest task in quite a while, especially by being at home too.

Cardiff have not won since November and come here on the back of a very poor loss against Bournemouth, a game they lost 3-0.

West Brom are not at their best, but should  be good enough here, and they round off our acca for that reason.

Craig Jones

Craig Jones

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