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Four of the top six could help fund your weekend wallet

by David Kent | January 11, 2016

After a weekend of cup giant killings it’s back to reality for the Championship clubs as the races for both the playoffs and to avoid relegation heat up. A 40/1 accumulator is relying on four of the top six.

Derby vs Reading

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Both of these sides had difficult FA Cup ties on Saturday. Reading scored late at Huddersfield, but were pegged back with the last kick of the game – a Nakhi Wells penalty. Derby on the other hand were facing embarrassment after falling behind to League Two Hartlepool but goals from Jacob Butterfield and Darren Bent (yes he’s still playing) got the Rams out of jail and into Round 4. Derby have taken 15 points from their last eight games, Reading just six. Even though they won here on the last day of last season, Reading won’t repeat that result – Derby to win at

Brenford vs Middlesbrough

Boro are coming back to the Premier League. The best team in the division by a mile after beating Brighton and Derby in the last month. Coming up against a side eliminated from the cup by Walsall, and have conceded more goals at home than any other side in the top half. It’ll take something special from Brentford to stop a wounded Middlesbrough machine that’ll be looking for a backlash after losing on Saturday – Middlesbrough at

Sheffield Wednesday vs Bolton

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It just doesn’t get any brighter for Bolton. There’s still doom and gloom surrounding them on and off the field. With rumours abound that they’re having to sell Zac Clough to raise funds for the club, it seems to be only a matter of time before their relegation is confirmed. Playing  against a Sheffield Wednesday side with just two losses since the start of November, it’s only going to end one way – Sheffield Wednesday to win at

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MK Dons vs Burnley

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Burnley caused one of the mini-upsets of the round in the FA Cup by beating table topping Middlesbrough at the Riverside, only the second side to do so all season. They’re the top home scorers in the division, but that form hasn’t really translated away from Turf Moor until the game on Saturday. It’s the same story for the MK Dons, who have been OK at home, but struggled when playing away. A draw at League 2 Northampton in the cup means confidence is low. The Clarets should capitalize – Burnley to win at

Ipswich vs Leeds

Ipswich have only lost three times since the beginning of October, and they were to the current top three in the table. They did alright over the Christmas period, picking up seven points from four games, but were held by Portsmouth at Portman Road last Saturday. Leeds have been the draw specialists this season. Just under half of their 25 games have ended level, including their last three league games. A morale boosting win for Steve Evans over former club Rotherham will give Leeds hope of ending that run. Two teams in decent form – Draw at

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