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Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday feature as home comforts are key to our Championship fourfold

Two of the relegated sides help make up our Saturday acca


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The top of the Championship is tighter than Mamadou Sakho’s biceps with three teams locked on 87 points at time of writing. Two of Burnley, Middlesbrough and Brighton will go up automatically to next year’s Premier League with the other heading into the playoffs. Teams want to avoid the playoffs like you want to avoid that mate in the pub that farts all the time but we’re focusing on the 6th place decider in our 11/1 fourfold.


Sheffield Wednesday vs Cardiff City

The Owls have a four point lead over the Bluebirds in 6th place heading into Saturday’s game at Hillsbrough. A draw will be enough to secure 6th and a first playoff appearance for over a decade. It’s been more a case of Cardiff missing their chance. Wednesday have had three straight draws but City have won just once in their last six games. Prior to this mini-blip the side from the steel city had four straight wins and have been defeated at home just twice so far. Back them to rubber stamp 6th. Sheffield Wednesday win at

Leeds vs Charlton

Two teams with two unpopular owners and a hardcore fan base that’ll support them to the end. Leeds now have aspirations of a top-half finish after finding form at the right time and marching on together away from the relegation zone. Their opponents Charlton have been marooned there since January and were relegated two weeks ago. The Yorkshire side haven’t lost in five while Charlton are the worst away side in the division after Bolton. Leeds win at

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Ipswich vs MK Dons

To the delight of a lot of football fans the MK Dons were relegated last week. In fairness, no win in 10 games means it wasn’t the biggest of surprises. That’s how much losing Dele Alli has affected them. Now, while a meeting with rivals AFC Wimbeldon next season is unlikely, Karl Robinson will want to try and finish this year strong. They visit Ipswich whose playoff challenge faded after no win in eight. Mick McCarthy is one of the favourites for the Aston Villa job. What could potentially be his last home game will result in three points. Ipswich win at

Rotherham vs Blackburn

All hail Neil Warnock. King of survival in the lower tiers. A 35 year career has been littered with promotions and relegation but after taking over when Rotherham were six points off safety, Warnock’s side are now unbeaten in eleven games and secured safety three games ago which seemed highly unlikely at Christmas. Locked alongside Rotherham on 49 points are opponents Blackburn who have taken just six points from their last 24 available.  Only the relegated MK Dons and Bolton have less in that spell. Paul Lambert is leaving at season’s end. Rotherham win at

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