Clarets to finally win at Turf Moor
Saints to march on
Road loving Rovers to win again
Burnley are rooted to the foot of the Premier League, but I have them down as a better side than Sheffield United, and they can beat them at Turf Moor this afternoon.
Vincent Kompany's men have played seven and lost seven at home since their promotion, but t has to be said, they have played some very good teams during that run.
The Blades are only one point better-off overall this year, and they were beaten at home by Bournemouth last weekend - losing any momentum they build up prior to the international break.
Swansea have gone four without a win, but two of those were draws, and they had been on quite a good little run prior to that.
Huddersfield are the visitors today, and Darren Moore's men picked up shock victory at Sunderland during the week. They will do well to back that up though, and three of their last five on the road have ended in defeat.
The Saints are one of the form teams in the division, and they can make it win number eight from 11 matches at home to Cardiff this afternoon.
There other three outings during that run were draws, so they haven't been beaten since September, and it's 13 points from the last 15 available at St Mary's.
The Bluebirds lost at home to West Brom on Tuesday, and that was their second defeat from their last three matches.
Sheffield Wednesday are the weakest team in the Championship, and even with home advantage today, I can't see them taking anything from the game.
Blackburn won again during the week, and their away record is stellar too. They have won their last four away from Ewood Park - scoring a dozen goals in the process.
The Owls have won just one of nine at Hillsborough since their promotion - losing on five occasions.
Plymouth's promotion was earned on their home form last season, and they have managed to carry on a good level in the Championship.
Steven Schumacher's side have won five times this term, and they have all come in front of their own fans. They have only lost on three occasions here, and Stoke have been beaten in five of their nine on their travels.
The visitors are also winless in four overall, and have lost their last two - conceding seven goals in the process.
Both Newcastle and Manchester United had tough European fixtures during the week, but the former have got so many injury issues at present, that all these hard games will surely catch up with them at some point.
On that basis, I find it hard to include them in any Acca this weekend, at odds of 5/61.84 - even with it being at St James' Park. It's also worth noting, that despite their struggles, United have won their last four away from home in the league - keeping three clean sheets.
My second Acca Wrecker this week comes on Sunday, as I can't have Chelsea at odds of 8/131.61 to beat Brighton.
The Seagulls have been hot and cold this year, but they are currently seven unbeaten, and only Man City and Aston Villa have won against them at home this season.
Chelsea couldn't build on their epic draw against Man City last weekend, as they were thrashed by Newcastle, and at the Bridge it's just one victory to date this year.