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THERE are four big games in the Championship on Wednesday and it wouldn't be a huge surprise if all were home wins.

Let's start with pre-season title favourites Leicester who need a good win against Bristol City to keep pace with West Ham who have got going with two away victories.

Sven Goran Eriksson's suffered disappointment at home to Reading at the weekend but should bounce back against a City who have conceded six goals in heavy defeats to Cardiff and Ipswich. Leicester are a best 4-7 at Coral.

Blackpool will be out to maintain their 100 per cent record at home to Derby and are a biggest 10-11 at William Hill and Blue Square. I've been impressed with the way a much-changed Blackpool have shrugged off the disappointment of last season's final-day relegation to open with two wins.

Cardiff have looked even better under new boss Malky Mackay and it's a clash of teams with 100 per cent records when Brighton visit Wales. I expect Cardiff to win at 11-10 with Coral and Chandler but a safer bet against a decent outfit could be both teams to score at 4-5 with Chandler.

Finally, Millwall have also started well and looked good in beating Nottingham Forest at the weekend. The New Den's a tough place to visit and Peterborough look set to leave empty-handed despite their potential to score goals. Millwall are 10-11 at Coral and Chandler.

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Leicester/Blackpool double

Cardiff v Brighton both teams to score

(4-5, Chandler)

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