Saturday 3PM EFL Acca

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Saturdays acca is really a monster: 2 collections from the Championship and two from League Two.
To start, I have Charlton beating Birmingham at The Valley.
The Addicks have made a totally outstanding start to the summer — winning four of their first six and drawing the other two. It and I will see them continuing their successful spell .
Their opening afternoon 1-0 defeat of Brentford at Griffin Park (even though an xG of 0.03) was blessed to say the very least; the consecutive 3-0 defeats against Nottingham Forest and Swansea is a much better indicator of how theyve prevailed on the road so far.
Charlton are about Cloud Nine so far, and Ive got a Fantastic feeling about them from the Blues.
Bristol City are a to beat on hapless Stoke City and I believe theyll do it.
Nathan Jones side have just one point from their opening six outings, although the Robins have won three of their last four, such as wins at Derby and Hull. ??
Bristol City picked up points on the road than at Ashton Gate last year, along with there has been a pattern currently emerging now around.
The Potters look dropped under Jones, and a Bristol City side that are travellers trip isnt great for the under-fire manager to turn things around.
My League Two choice will be for Crewe to find the better of Cambridge.
Although Crewe have won five of the last six in the League the Us encounter this to the back of four straight defeats, and also have the appearance of a outfit.
Crewe won this fixture last year, and looking Im confident of a repeat.
My final pick will be to overcome Leyton Orient.
The Grecians have also made a fantastic start to the effort, and they will be eager to keep their place near the top of the branch following the arrival of Orient.
The people have been a little inconsistent this season, and it is difficult to actually judge their quality by what I have seen up to now, but it is a hard request for them to get the very best of an Exeter side with four straight wins in all competitions.
It is well worth backing the hosts.