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Football accumulator tips for the 3pm kick offs from the Championship. Our tipster has picked out the best bets for the afternoon



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Hull v Middlesbrough – Under 2.5 goals 

Both these teams are flying high in the Championship with Hull going top in midweek after their victory at Brentford. They have a stern defence that doesn't let much past it. They've kept clean sheets in their last 4 consecutive matches in this league and in 5 of their last 6. The only goal they've conceded was away at in-form Sheffield Wednesday. They face Middlesbrough, who pride themselves on keeping sides out, although concede a few more than their opponents. They've kept 2 consecutive clean sheets, although these were against Rotherham and Charlton. Worryingly for Aitor Karanka, they've failed to score in 2 of their last 3 away games and they look like they might come undone here. Whoever comes out on top, it is likely to only be by a single goal. Hull have a handy knack of winning 2-0 and I wouldn't be surprised to the same scoreline to the Tigers here. 


Charlton v Sheffield Wednesday – Sheffield Wednesday win 

It's all gone wrong for Charlton since the first 4 weeks of the new season. After beating Hull on the 22nd August, they've failed to win a single game, with just two draws at home to Rotherham and Fulham to show for their effort. The last thing they need is the visit of the in-form Sheffield Wednesday. Sacking Guy Luzon has seemingly failed to inspire the insipid Addicks who lost 3-0 away at Middlesbrough before losing by a single goal to MK Dons. Ricardo Carvhalhal has done a tremendous job at Sheffield Wednesday which included overseeing the 3-0 win against Arsenal in the Capital One Cup. They haven't lost since the 12th September and a 0-0 draw with high flying Brighton is not to be sniffed at. Owls fans could perhaps worry there isn't enough goals with just 4 in their last 5 games, but they should get the job done here. A low scoring affair it might be, with Charlton failing to find the net in all of their last 5 games, but 1 goal might be enough for Wednesday. 


Brighton v MK Dons – Under 2.5 goals 

Another game in which we think goals might be at a premium. MK Dons have failed to score in 3 of their last 4 matches and that's been the major problem for Karl Robinson's men this season. In stark contrast to their promotion winning campaign where goals topped 100, they just can't find the net with regularity this season. They found one against Charlton at home last time out, but it's been difficult for them. Failing to score 7 times in a season by the start of the season isn't great and you can see where they need to strengthen in January. Simon Church has never been consistent at this level and Sam Gallagher is untested, so another striker is required. Brighton have been flying high and still are, thanks to their excellent defensive record. 2 of their last 3 games have ended 0-0 and only two of their games this season have featured 4 or more goals, they were both away from home. The Seagulls don't possess a lot of goals, but they tend to get the job done by a single goal. 


Blackburn v Brentford – Under 2.5 goals 

It feels as though we are urging the goals to stay away, that's not the case, but we are aware that there a lot of teams in the Championship who are finding goals hard to come by and similarly there are a number of teams who keep a mean back 4. One of them are Blackburn, who have sorted things out at the back and kept 5 clean sheets in their last 8. The exceptions were against current leaders Hull City, high flying Burnley and a match against MK Dons in which Rovers went down to 10 men early in the game. Gary Bowyer has stopped his side conceding and another clean sheet in the 0-0 draw against Birmingham in midweek was a decent outcome. The trouble for the home side is they don't score enough, they've failed to score in 4 of their last 5 games. That'll be music to the ears of Brentford, who lost 0-2 to Hull in midweek. Until that point, the Bees had been racking up the clean sheets under Lee Carsley with 3 consecutive shutouts under the former Birmingham man. They had opportunities to score against Hull, but were wasteful and they will find the Blackburn defence hard to penetrate. 


Wolves v Burnley – Burnley Draw No Bet

Burnley are very tough to beat. They have only lost twice all season and those were early against Ipswich (who were playing well at the time) and against Reading (who were on their unbeaten run) and they've won 5 of their last 6 games, the last being a 3-1 victory at home to Fulham. Sean Dyche is doing an excellent job in moving them up the table and attempting an instant return to the Premier League. Wolves are an inconsistent outfit, losing their last 2 home games, but beating Birmingham at St Andrews. They dropped points against Brentford and Middlesbrough and even lost to Bristol City in midweek. Kenny Jackett is yet to find his best side and those pre-season expectations are quickly vanishing. They had a 4 match unbeaten run earlier in the season, but haven't managed to kick on and I think they might struggle against a hungry Burnley side. They've bought in Mike Williamson to add some Premier League experience to their back 4, but it may not be enough to stop hotshot striker Andre Gray. 


Football Accumulator Tips

Hull v Middlesbrough – Under 2.5 goals 

Sheffield Wednesday

Brighton v MK Dons – Under 2.5 goals 

Blackburn v Brentford – Under 2.5 goals 

Burnley Draw No Bet


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