Saturday Accumulator: Goals at a premium for the Cherries, plus five other Championship predictions

Leaders Bournemouth may find goals hard to come by at Ashton Gate, while chasers Stoke and Coventry face tricky away days.

Another international week is in the books and we're happy to be back on Championship tipping duty with a list of six bets you can choose from for your latest Saturday accumulator.

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Bristol City vs Bournemouth

Bournemouth, Luton Town, Dominic Solanke, Championship

Cherries midfielder David Brooks' cancer diagnosis was awful news to hear this week and his Bournemouth team-mates will look to do him proud when they travel to Bristol City. And, after West Brom's loss at Stoke last time out, the Cherries now have a chink of daylight between themselves and the Baggies at the top of the Championship.

Bournemouth are also the only unbeaten team left in the division. A 2-1 victory over Sheffield Utd last time out, where they recovered from going a goal down, was a fifth win in their last six games.

However, a trip to ninth-placed Bristol City will not be taken lightly as the Robins are in the midst of a nice run of form themselves, losing just one of their last seven matches and winning 3-2 at Peterborough last time out.

Their home form is a cause for concern with City yet to win in five attempts at Ashton Gate this season. But on the other hand, four of those matches were drawn, including a 1-1 scoreline against promotion contenders Fulham at the end of September.

Bournemouth are around 17/20 for the win but in a typically competitive Championship season, shock results involving the top six have become an almost weekly occurrence and it's only a matter of time until the axe swings the Cherries' way.

A more interesting angle is the goals market, with Bournemouth netting just once in their last three away games and Bristol City scoring just three times at home all season. So, with a tight affair in prospect, we're taking under 2.5 goals for the first leg of our acca.

Blackburn Rovers vs Coventry City

Blackburn Rovers, Ben Brereton Diaz, Championship

Coventry's recent ascent up the Championship table has been nothing if not dramatic. They won three out of four games in September before inexplicably losing 5-0 at Luton and following that up with a 4-1 win over promotion-chasing Fulham.

Thanks to that victory, the Sky Blues leapfrogged the Cottagers and Mark Robins' men are now third in the table, level on points with West Brom and just three behind leaders Bournemouth.

Coventry will smell blood in the water at Ewood Park with Rovers reeling after two away losses on the bounce. However, a look at Blackburn's home form gives far more reasons for optimism - they have won two and drawn one of their last three matches at Ewood Park, scoring nine goals in the process.

And while the nature of Coventry's defeat at Luton was a shock, the fact that they lost was not. Prior to that game they had lost two, drawn one and won just one of their matches away from the Coventry Building Society Arena.

With all that in mind we're sorely tempted to take 7/4 for the home win. But with two of the Championship's top three scorers in action as Blackburn's Ben Brereton Diaz takes on Coventry's Viktor Gyokeres, a more conservative punt on both teams to score is our selection here.

Nottingham Forest vs Blackpool

Nottingham Forest, Championship, Djed Spence

These are much happier times at the City Ground but Forest fans must wonder how on earth the same team that has won two and drawn one under new boss Steve Cooper could have made such an appalling start to the season under Chris Hughton?

The dark days look to be behind Forest and their 3-0 victory at Birmingham last time out was a real statement of intent. However, a home clash with an equally in-form Blackpool looks to be a real banana skin.

The Tangerines have won three and drawn one of their last four games and they have lost just once in five matches away from Bloomfield Road this season.

However, their chances of victory have been dealt a blow with the news that goalkeeper Chris Maxwell will miss the Forest clash while top scorer Shayne Lavery is a huge doubt with a hamstring problem.

Lavery's loss would be a particularly painful one as the 'Ginger Pele' has scored almost half of Blackpool's goals this season. We're expecting Forest to take full advantage, with a home win the next selection for our Saturday acca.

Millwall vs Luton Town

Jordan Clarke, Luton Town, Championship

The team with the second-longest unbeaten streak in the Championship is a surprising one, as despite lying 11th in the table Millwall haven't tasted defeat in any of their last seven league games.

The Lions' lowly league position can be put down to the fact that four of those matches were draws. However, Gary Rowett's men have won their last two and will fancy their chances of taking down a Luton side with just one win in five games away from Kenilworth Road this season.

Scoring has been a problem for Millwall, though - they are averaging just one goal a game in the Championship this season and have netted twice or more on just one occasion.

So, Millwall's unimpressive form in front of goal combined with Luton's poor away record makes under 2.5 goals look like the best bet here.

Sheffield United vs Stoke City

Stoke City, Sam Surridge, Championship

Just when Blades fans thought their side had turned the corner after an appalling start to the season, they were brought back down to earth with two away losses in their last two games.

By contrast, Stoke will be feeling much better about themselves after their most impressive win of the campaign against West Brom - their second win in three matches.

The Potters have lost just twice in the league this season and lie fourth in the Championship table, but are getting no love from the bookies who have priced them up very generously to beat the Blades.

Those odds can be attributed to the fact that Sheffield United are a significantly tougher proposition on their own turf. Slavisa Jokanovic's men have won two and drawn one of their last three games at Bramall Lane.

However, the fact remains that Stoke are still nine points better off than United and we just can't pass up a remarkably priced away win.

Middlesbrough vs Peterborough United

Middlesbrough, Championship, Riverside Stadium

Were it not for Derby's off-field woes, Peterborough would be bottom of the Championship after a wretched run of form that has seen them lose six of their last eight games. Their away form makes for even grimmer reading as Posh have lost five out of five this season.

Middlesbrough haven't fared much better with three losses in their last four matches, but we've seen enough from Boro at home this season to think they can get back on track against Darren Ferguson's men.

Neil Warnock's side have won two, drawn one and lost two of their five home games this campaign, and last time out at the Riverside, Boro defeated an in-form Sheffield United 2-0.

The hosts are averaging 1.6 goals per game at home compared to just one per match away from the Riverside, while the visitors have netted just three times in five away matches this season.

With generous odds just shy of even money across the board, we're backing Boro to put Posh to the sword in the final leg of our acca.

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