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Saturday’s Championship acca tips and predictions: Goals for Ipswich, Leeds, Southampton and Boro

Ipswich and Leeds do battle for automatic promotion in our final EFL Championship acca of the season, while Hull push for the play-offs and Birmingham look to avoid relegation.

The curtain comes down on the Championship season this Saturday at lunchtime with automatic promotion, play-off positioning and relegation yet to be decided.

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Saturday’s Championship acca

Ipswich to score over 2.5 goals

Leeds vs Southampton: Over 2.5 goals

Norwich +0.5 Asian handicap

Hull City to beat Plymouth

Middlesbrough vs Watford: Over 2.5 goals



Ipswich Town vs Huddersfield Town

Ipswich are shorter than 1/10 to seal the deal when they host Huddersfield on Saturday, which you’d expect them to do.

The Terriers are in with a mathematical chance of survival, but not even this most bizarre of Championship seasons will produce the 16-goal swing Town need to survive.

Despite some slip-ups at Portman Road, Leeds remain the only side to win there, so it’s impossible to make a case for the visitors, who conceded 13 goals when visiting Leeds, Leicester and Southampton.



Leeds United vs Southampton

This game is tricky to predict because it may be heavily influenced by what’s going on at Portman Road. You can bet the crowd at Elland Road will keep the players updated.

Leeds need to make a fast start and do their bit in case there is a surprise result elsewhere, and they generally excel against possession-based sides who like to attack.

The visitors will want to spoil the party and they’ll also have one eye on the play-offs, but to do the double over Leeds would lay down a real marker ahead of a potential Wembley rematch.




Birmingham City vs Norwich City

While all eyes are on the promotion race, this is the game of the day. Birmingham could survive with a draw, but realistically they’ll need to beat play-off chasers Norwich.

Norwich aren’t mathematically in the post-season but a 17-goal swing is most unlikely and the Canaries will want to finish fifth, thus avoiding Ipswich or Leeds early on.

The hosts are favoured to pick up three points but David Wagner’s side have lost just three of their last 20 matches, losing out to Leeds and Leicester and playing 60 minutes against Middlesbrough with 10 men.



Plymouth Argyle vs Hull City

Plymouth are precariously placed above the relegation zone with a one-point advantage over Birmingham, so the brief has to win the match and take care of yourselves.

That seems a dangerous game against a Hull side that are so good at pressing and forcing mistakes, and also need to win to stand a chance of making the play-offs.

Argyle have been in a tailspin for several months now and there will come a time when this game is wide which we think will benefit the visitors most.



Middlesbrough vs Watford

End-of-season games can go one of two ways. They’re either a dull, low-scoring affair, or you end up with something wild and unpredictable.

Middlesbrough have been involved in some wild games recently, losing 4-3 to Leeds and beating Cardiff 4-1, so they could be involved in another on the final day.

Watford have looked increasingly organised under Tom Clevelery but have been pulled into open games by more attack-minded teams, such as Leeds (2-2), Southampton (3-2) and West Brom (2-2).



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