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EFL acca: A 14/1 four-fold for Saturday’s Championship finale

03 May | BY Adrian Mills | MIN READ TIME |
EFL acca: A 14/1 four-fold for Saturday’s Championship finale

Our best bets for the final round of Championship fixtures this season include wins for promotion-chasing Ipswich and Leeds.

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The final round of Championship fixtures are upon us and there is still plenty to play for, with automatic promotion and play-off spots still to be confirmed as well as the final two relegation positions to be decided.

Ipswich need just one more point to seal a return to the Premier League for the first time since 2002 and they host a Huddersfield Town side in need of a win and a monumental swing in goal difference if they are to avoid the drop.

Leeds lie in wait in the hope that their Yorkshire rivals can do them a favour and need to beat Southampton – a potential play-off final opponent – to stand any chance of automatically returning to the top-flight.

Sheffield Wednesday and QPR are also fancied in our final day accumulator, which looks to come in at 15.32/1.

Best Bets

Ipswich to beat Huddersfield /
Leeds to beat Southampton /
Sheffield Wednesday to beat Sunderland /
QPR to beat Coventry /

Accumulator odds – 15.32/1

Ipswich vs Huddersfield (12:30)

The Tractor Boys have lost just one of their last 16 at Portman Road in all competitions – this defeat coming against Maidstone in the FA Cup – and, with the Premier League within touching distance, should be able to finish the season in style with a win over Huddersfield.

The Terriers have won one of their last 11 and require a 15 goal swing in order to stay up ahead of Plymouth – providing Argyle lose to Hull – and so there may not be too much belief around the Huddersfield camp that a great escape is on the cards.

Leeds vs Southampton (12:30)

A 4-0 defeat at QPR last time out has all but ended Leeds’s automatic promotion hopes but they should still be able to claim a win in order to keep the pressure on Ipswich.

The Whites face a Southampton side that have lost each of their last three while the Saints have also lost three of their last four on the road – including a 5-0 thumping at the hands of title winners Leicester – and so may put up little resistance in order to go again in the play-offs.

Sunderland vs Sheffield Wednesday (12:30)

A phenomenal up-turn in form – which has seen three wins from their last five games – has moved Wednesday to the cusp of Championship survival and they can ensure their second-tier status in style with victory at the Stadium of Light.

Sunderland are ending the season with a whimper having won just one of their last six while they have also registered just two victories at home in 2024.

With just one goal scored across their last five, the Black Cats may struggle to test the Wednesday goal, leaving the visitors with a real chance of taking all three points.

Coventry vs QPR (12:30)

Coventry’s agonising FA Cup semi-final defeat to Manchester United has proved to be the catalyst for the downfall in their season and the Sky Blues could end their campaign on a low note against QPR.

The Sky Blues have lost five of their last six as they fell away from the play-off picture, while the R’s have won each of their last two to nil, and look a good option to end the accumulator.