Championship leaders West Ham have won three league matches in a row and they should extend that sequence to four as they travel to Portman Road to face Ipswich. Sam Allardyce’s troops have carded an impressive eight wins and three draws in their 14 away fixtures so far and up against the struggling Tractor Boys the Hammers look too big at even money with William Hill.
Another team that could rack up an away success are Burnley. The Clarets have picked up more points on the road than they have at home this term and they visit a Nottingham Forest side with an absolutely shocking home record. It’s hard to understand then, why Eddie Howe’s men are considered 85/40 outsiders by BetVictor to become the tenth team to win at the City Ground this season. Burnley meanwhile, double up with West Ham at better than 5/1, courtesy of BetVictor.
Elsewhere, in-form Birmingham have won five league and cup games on the spin and have conceded just twice in eight outings so they catch the eye at 13/8 (Boylesports) as they visit unpredictable Leeds, Stan James post 4/6 against Blackpool as they host bottom club Coventry while Ladbrokes offer 8/13 for Hull boss Nick Barmby to glean an immediate reaction from his players, who were beaten in the cup by Crawley, as they entertain Doncaster.
Double on West Ham and Burnley – 5/1 (BetVictor)