|Match||Both Teams to Score Yes/No||Odds|
|Bournemouth vs Southampton||Yes||8/15|
|Derby County vs Leeds United||No||21/20|
|Charlton Athletic vs Wigan Athletic||Yes||20/23|
|Stoke City vs Brentford||No||Evens|
|QPR vs Millwall||No||6/5|
|All Five Results as an Accumulator||25.86/1|
- Bournemouth vs Southampton: Yes – Just imagine the feelings of positivity surging through Bournemouth right now, who in the space of 20 mad minutes against Leicester went from relegation certainties to right back in the mix to stay up. In Dominic Solanke, they have found a surprising source of goals, too. The injury to Nathan Ake will hurt them defensively, however, and Southampton – scorers in five of their last six – will not need to be asked twice.
- Derby County vs Leeds United: No – Without Louie Sibley and Martyn Waghorn, Derby are lacking in a bit of dynamism in attack with Wayne Rooney and Chris Martin quality, but slow, operators. That will suit Leeds down to a tee, and they will be looking to extend a record of just two goals conceded in their last five games.
- Charlton Athletic vs Wigan Athletic: Yes – Having won 8-0 last time out against Hull, it sort of goes without saying that Wigan are in decent order in attack! Less well known is that the Latics have been the Championship’s best team since Christmas, and with a possible points deduction hanging over them they have plenty of motivation. As do Charlton, whose relegation dogfight is on a knife edge. If they go a goal behind here, they will throw the kitchen sink at Wigan.
- Stoke City vs Brentford: No – Recently, Stoke have been either excellent (beating Barnsley and Birmingham 2-0 and 4-0) or terrible (losing 0-2, 0-3 and 0-5 to Middlesbrough, Wigan and Leeds respectively). BTTS hasn’t landed in any, and it’s clear when they play stronger sides they struggle. Brentford are in that category, and they’ve conceded just twice in their last six outings.
- QPR vs Millwall: No – QPR are, to all intents and purposes, ‘on the beach’ already after a long hard season, confirmed by just one win in their last six. Millwall, meanwhile, are fighting tooth and nail for a play-off place, and their last six results – 1-0, 1-0, 0-2, 1-0, 1-1, 0-0 – offer a glimpse of that is likely to be on offer here.