Bournemouth to win once again, plus five other Saturday accumulator bets

Championship leaders Bournemouth look set to extend their winning streak, while West Brom should also prevail in a hard-fought encounter against Bristol City.

Championship pace-setters Bournemouth feature in our latest Saturday accumulator, along with a four other Championship games and Celtic's clash with St Johnstone.

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Bournemouth vs Huddersfield Town

Dominic Solanke Bournemouth Sep21

Scott Parker's unbeaten Bournemouth are starting to pull away at the top of the Championship, as no side can match the relentless pace they are setting with seven wins from their last eight games.

The Cherries maintained a five-point lead over Fulham after a hard-fought 1-0 win at Stoke in midweek, with Dominic Solanke netting his eighth goal of what is becoming a real breakout season for the former Liverpool man.

Huddersfield are unbeaten in four games and should give the hosts all they can handle at the Vitality Stadium but their away form is a concern with two losses, a draw and just one win in their last four games on their travels.

Bournemouth have won four straight at home and while it's only a matter of time before someone picks their pockets, we don't expect it to be Huddersfield and a home win takes the first spot on our acca.

West Brom vs Bristol City

West Brom, Karlan Grant, Championship

Bristol City fans must still be wondering how on earth they lost to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night, as in less time than it takes to make an omelette City were left with egg on their faces as Forest scored two injury time goals to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 2-1 win.

The result itself wasn't a shock as Forest are flying and the hosts are appalling at home, but the nature of it was and Nigel Pearson has a job on his hands to raise his side's spirits for a visit to title-chasing West Brom.

One crumb of comfort is that while the Robins are winless at home they are one of the best teams on the road, winning four of their six matches away from Ashton Gate this season and averaging almost two goals a game.

However, City have a mammoth task ahead of them as the hosts are unbeaten at home and have won two and drawn two of their last four matches at the Hawthorns.

And with Bournemouth already six points clear of the third-placed Baggies, Valerian Ismael will have drummed into his side the importance of this home fixture.

We reckon the Baggies will win but we saw enough from City in that Forest game, as well as a 3-2 victory at Peterborough in their last away match, to suggest they can at least find the net, so a West Brom win and both teams to score is our latest pick.

Celtic vs St Johnstone

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou celebrates victory after the final whistle during the cinch Premiership match at Fir Park, Motherwell.

St Johnstone may well need some divine intervention when they travel to a Celtic side who finally seem to have hit their stride under Ange Postecoglou, winning two straight Premiership games and seeing off Ferencvaros in midweek.

The Bhoys are also unbeaten at home with three wins and a draw at Celtic Park this season while the visitors have won just one of their four matches away from McDiarmid Park, with Callum Davidson's side scoring a paltry one goal on their travels in the league.

By contrast, Celtic can't stop scoring at home and have won their four league games at Celtic Park by a remarkable aggregate score of 16-1!

It's no surprise that Postecoglou's men are heavy favourites but 1/5 on the home win is not for us, so instead we're going for Celtic -1 at far more acca-friendly odds.

Blackpool vs Preston

Jerry Yates

The first West Lancashire derby for 11 years will be eagerly awaited on both sides of the M55 and with both teams securing morale-boosting midweek wins it also has the makings of an entertaining encounter.

Preston's 2-1 victory at home to Coventry ended a strange league run of six draws and a loss prior to that match, but at least you can say Frankie McAvoy's men are tough to beat!

The Lilywhites recovered from going a goal down at Deepdale but that was nothing like the drama on show at the Madejski Stadium, where Blackpool were 2-0 down early doors but roared back with three goals in 16 second half minutes to snatch an unlikely victory.

The Tangerines have also won two in a row at Bloomfield Road and will fancy their chances against a Preston side that have yet to win away from Deepdale.

However, with the added spice of a local derby mixed with the usual unpredictability of the Championship, we reckon both teams to score is the value bet here.

Coventry vs Derby

Wayne Rooney

It says a lot about the Championship that a side as unpredictable as Coventry are the nearest challengers to the three big guns at the top of the table.

The Sky Blues have won two, drawn two and lost two of their last six league matches, with no two consecutive results being the same, so it's hard to know what to make of them ahead of a home clash with Derby.

Luckily for us Coventry's home form makes for far less complicated reading as Mark Robins' men have a perfect six wins from six games at the Coventry Building Society Arena, the best record in the division.

And the hosts are worthy favourites against a Derby outfit who have shown great resilience in not crumbling after a heartbreaking 12-point deduction, but have won just one of their last five games and lost three of their last five away from Pride Park.

Coventry's inconsistency looks to have played a part in what looks like a great price for a side that can't stop winning at home against one of the division's basement battlers, and in our book the home win is another value bet.

Millwall vs Stoke City

Stoke City, Sam Surridge, Championship
Stoke City, Sam Surridge, Championship

Jake Cooper's brilliant injury time strike secured a third win in four games for the Lions at Sheffield United on Tuesday, and Gary Rowett's side are back on track and back in the top half of the Championship after a poor start to the season.

Stoke's midweek match at home to Bournemouth was Michael O'Neill's 100th in charge of the Potters, but it ended in disappointing fashion thanks to a 1-0 loss and an injury to top scorer Nick Powell.

Powell looks set to miss Stoke's trip to the Den and the visitors could really do without the loss of their most creative player as they look to arrest a poor run of form away from home that has seen them lose three of their last four on their travels.

Millwall are mightily tempting at 6/4 but the hosts are far from prolific, averaging just one goal a game all season and scoring just twice in their last three home matches.

And with Stoke netting just three times in their last four away league games, under 2.5 goals at the Den is our final pick.

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