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The Accumulator: Reading vs Crystal Palace and the five other games that could see you win big this weekend

With the season drawing to a close there are several teams still with plenty to play for in each division Jim Knight has drawn up a 20/1 six-fold for Saturday's action


FIRST BET
CHAMPIONSHIP
Reading
VS
Crystal Palace
Forecast:
HOME WIN
Blackpool
VS
Burnley
Forecast:
HOME WIN

Reading sealed promotion to the Premier League with a late win against Nottingham Forest in midweek, extending their winning run to six straight games, and there is bound to be a sense of euphoria ahead of this game. Brian McDermott will not let his side relax just yet though, as there is the small matter of the Championship title still to be decided. Crystal Palace are in a woeful run of form, hampered by injuries and with nothing left to play for this season, and the Eagles are unlikely to avoid their run of five defeats in seven being extended against the potential champions.

Ian Holloway’s Blackpool side look destined for the play-offs but have not secured their place just yet, a win against Burnley at Bloomfield Road would go a long way towards achieving that feat though. Burnley are not in a bad run of form themselves, but they saw their slim hopes of top-six finish disappear with a 0-0 draw at Leicester in midweek. It will be tough to motivate themselves for the penultimate game of the season against a Blackpool side with plenty still to play for.



SECOND BET
LEAGUE ONE
Sheffield Wednesday
VS
Carlisle
Forecast:
HOME WIN
Charlton
VS
Wycombe
Forecast:
HOME WIN

Sheffield Wednesday will look to claim three points against a stuttering Carlisle side as they attempt to secure the second automatic promotion spot ahead of their steel city rivals, United. Wednesday have won five of their last six at home and the visitors have suffered back-to-back losses to Charlton and play-off rivals Stevenage which has seen them slip to eighth place. Expect Dave Jones’ side to take full advantage on their own turf and ensure they are promoted automatically.

Chris Powell has overseen a revolution at Charlton this season. With a huge amount of new faces arriving at the Valley in his first full season in charge, he has proved his managerial credentials and this could be the icing on the cake. The Addicks could be crowned champions if they win and Sheffield United do not. The hosts are on a run of four victories, all to nil, and host a Wycombe side who, although in need of the points themselves, are without a win in five. You have to favour the home side here.



SECOND BET
LEAGUE TWO
Accrington Stanley
VS
Shrewsbury
Forecast:
AWAY WIN
Dagenham and Redbridge
VS
Crawley Town
Forecast:
AWAY WIN

Accrington will finish comfortably in mid-table in League Two this season after a mixed campaign. Their home form has been decent enough but they face a Shrewsbury side who have been in the best form in the division in recent weeks. In their last seven games the Shrews have claimed maximum points six times and a victory here would almost guarantee promotion. The visitors will have plenty to play for and they should have too much for an Accrington side already looking to next season.

Dagenham look safe after a very impressive run over the last month which has seen them go seven games unbeaten. Now nine points clear of the drop zone with just three games remaining there is always a danger players can take their foot off the gas and relax and visitors Crawley should be able to punish any complacency here. The Reds have won three of their last four away and need to claim another three points if they are to keep up the pressure on Torquay and Shrewsbury for an automatic promotion spot. After a 3-1 win in midweek expect Crawley’s momentum to see them through against the Daggers. 



THE
ACCUMULATOR
CHAMPIONSHIP
ODDS
 11/8
LEAGUE ONE
ODDS
LEAGUE TWO
ODDS

TOTAL ODDS
YOUR BET RETURNS...
£1 BET COLLECTS
£21

£5 BET COLLECTS
£105

£10 BET COLLECTS
£1010


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