We're focusing mainly on the Championship this week with a list of six bets you can choose from for your latest Saturday accumulator, but we've also taken a look at Rangers' clash with Dundee and an eye-catching League One match.
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Bournemouth vs Luton
The Cherries were the main beneficiaries of Fulham's slip-up against Reading last week, leapfrogging the Cottagers at the top of the Championship table after a 1-0 victory at Cardiff which was their third win on the spin.
Scott Parker's side are one of only two unbeaten sides left in the division and we're not expecting that to change this weekend against a Luton outfit who haven't won since August.
Nathan Jones' men are unbeaten in their last four games but they were all draws, and in a league as competitive as the Championship that will get you freefalling quicker than a bungee jumper.
The hosts are 8/13 to make it four wins in a row and that will do for us.
Bristol City vs Fulham
The Cottagers made few friends in the betting fraternity but plenty among the bookmakers as they slipped to a surprise 2-1 defeat at home to Reading last weekend, a real acca killer if ever there was one!
And speaking of surprise 2-1 away wins, Bristol City secured one of their own last time out, returning from QPR with all three points.
That win was City's third in four away league games this season. But a big issue for the hosts ahead of Fulham's visit is that they haven't replicated that form at Ashton Gate, where they are winless with just three points earned out of a possible 12.
When Fulham lost at Blackpool earlier in the month they demolished Birmingham at St Andrews in the very next game, and we're expecting a similar display of bouncebackability here, with 3/4 on the away win a more than acceptable acca addition.
Dundee vs Rangers
Both sides were in action in this week's League Cup quarter finals, with Rangers advancing courtesy of a 2-0 win over Livingston and Dundee losing by the same score at home to St Johnstone.
Rangers' victory was their first in three and Steven Gerrard's men will look to push on and extend their one-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership, with a host of clubs hot on their heels.
Dundee are rooted to the bottom of the table with just three points from six matches, and it's tough to see them getting anything against a 'Gers side who have won four out of six in the league this campaign.
An away win is 2/9 but with the hosts having failed to score in four games in all competitions this season, Rangers to win to nil is a standout bet.
Nottingham Forest vs Millwall
We predicted a Forest revival last week after the departure of Chris Hughton, and they delivered courtesy of a 2-0 win at Huddersfield.
Former Swansea boss Steve Cooper has now been installed as manager at the City Ground and there will be high hopes that he can replicate his achievement of leading the Swans to the play-offs last season.
Forest's next assignment is a home game against Millwall, and with the feelgood factor slowly returning to the City Ground we're expecting the revival to continue against a limping Lions side who have drawn their last three Championship matches.
Gary Rowett's men also have a poor away record, drawing three and losing one away from the Den. So we're happy to take 6/4 on the Forest win here.
Sheffield Utd vs Derby County
Spare a thought for shellshocked Rams fans who this week saw their team enter administration and deducted 12 points, rooting them to the foot of the Championship table with -2 points.
Wayne Rooney said that he is going to stay and fight for survival, but it will take a herculean effort to raise the spirits of his players ahead of a trip to Sheffield United.
And they could certainly have done without a game against one of the form teams in the division, as the Blades have recovered from a nightmare start to put together a nice little run of two wins and two draws from their last four matches.
Derby had been in decent form themselves with a win and a draw from their last two games but it's hard to see them getting anything at Bramall Lane with the wind taken so spectacularly out of their sails, so we're happy to take 8/13 on the home win.
Sunderland vs Bolton
One example of how quickly fortunes can change is that this League One match-up was played in the Premier League as recently as 2012.
However, this season second-placed Sunderland are looking like they can take a big step forward in rebuilding their diminished stature, starting the campaign with five victories out of seven and winning three of their last four.
Bolton are in decent form too, winning two, drawing one and losing just one of their last four matches, but that defeat was in their last game as Ian Evatt's men came unstuck at home to Rotherham.
Both sides are in good scoring form, with the Trotters third and the Black Cats joint fourth in the League One goals table, but both are conceding at a rate of at least a goal a game, so we're all over both teams to score.