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Championship Wednesday Accumulator: Burnley can continue promotion drive in 18/1 acca

Action from the second tier of English football continues on Wednesday night as the Championship hurtles towards the business end of the season.

Frontrunners Burnley make the trip across the Pennines to Hull, while Blackburn will enjoy the home comforts of Lancashire when they host Reading.

Luton will continue their push for the automatic promotion places against Bristol City, while Sheffield United will look to bounce back from defeat when they travel to Sunderland.

We've selected bets from all four of those encounters to create Wednesday night's accumulator for the Championship which comes in at odds of 18/1.

Wednesday four-fold acca:

Our Championship four-fold selections are priced up @ 18/1:

Burnley to beat Hull to nil @ 13/8

Blackburn to beat Reading @ 4/5

Luton to beat Bristol City @ 17/20

Sheff Utd to beat Sunderland @ 5/4

Odds were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

Burnley can continue title march

WhatHull v Burnley
WhereMKM Stadium, Hull
When19:45, Wednesday 15th March
How to watchSky Sports Arena
OddsHull 7/2, Draw 5/2, Burnley 5/6

Vincent Kompany's Burnley have been the standout team in the Championship this season and will be full of confidence when they travel to Hull City on Wednesday night.

The Tigers have been struggling of late, with just one win in their last six games in the Championship.

Burnley on the other hand are unbeaten in their last 16 league games, with their last defeat coming back on 5th November.

The Clarets have kept four clean sheets in their last five games and are 13/8 To Win to Nil against the Tigers in midweek.

Rovers to take down Royals

WhatBlackburn v Reading
WhereEwood Park, Blackburn
When19:45, Wednesday 15th March
How to watchSky Sports App
OddsBlackburn 4/5, Draw 5/2, Reading 15/4

Blackburn were in great form before a defeat to Stoke City last time out and will be determined to get back on the horse when they host Reading at Ewood Park.

Rovers were on a five-game winning streak in all competitions before that 3-2 defeat to the Potters but they should respond against a struggling Reading.

The Royals are on a three-game losing streak and failed to score in any of those defeats to Middlesbrough, Sheffield United or Millwall.

Blackburn have the quality to claim the spoils at Ewood Park at 4/5 in the Full Time Result market.

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Hatters on the rise

WhatLuton v Bristol City
WhereKenilworth Road, Luton
When19:45, Wednesday 15th March
How to watchSky Sports App
OddsLuton 17/20, Draw 5/2, Bristol City 7/2

With just one defeat in their last 10 Championship games, Luton are throwing their hat into the mix for promotion this season.

The Hatters have been impressing with Rob Edwards at the helm and will be brimming with confidence after a 1-0 win over Sheffield United last time out.

As for Bristol City, one win in their last four games has not made great reading and they only managed to score two goals in that spell.

Luton, with the backing of the home crowd at Kenilworth Road, are good enough to get the job done against the Robins at 17/20 in the Full Time Result market.

Blades seek response

WhatSunderland v Sheffield United
WhereStadium of Light, Sunderland
When20:00, Wednesday 15th March
How to watchSky Sports Main Event & Football
OddsSunderland 23/10, Draw 9/4, Sheff Utd 5/4

Sheffield United will be eager to get back to winning ways after that defeat to Luton when they make the trip north to Sunderland.

The Blades will be looking over their shoulders at the chasing pack after recent defeats to Blackburn and the Hatters.

Sunderland have managed just one win in their last five Championship games and it now looks unlikely they will be able to make a push for the top six this season.

The Blades have everything to play for and should be able to pick up their 21st win of the season on Wednesday night at 5/4 in the Full Time Result market.

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