Wimbledon bankers to beat Southampton

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Wimbledon (4-6), in good form of late, look a banker bet to overcome struggling Southampton in the televised Sky match at Selhurst Park this evening.

Best advice tomorrow and on Wednesday is to try a couple of five-match accumulators. Aberdeen (8-15) take a three-one lead to Barry Town for the second leg of their Uefa Cup first round encounter and should demoralise the Welshmen on their own turf. Blackburn (2-7) look certainties to beat Brentford at home in the second leg of their Coca Cola Cup second round tie, having beaten them two-one away while Leeds (4-7), who were not disgraced in going down one-nil at home to Newcastle on Saturday after being reduced to ten men, can get a result at Darlington, who disappointed at Carlisle on Saturday. Middlesbrough (2-5) should inflict more misery on their seven- nil victims Hereford away, while Sunderland (1-3) should beat Watford at home after beating them one-nil away.

On Wednesday, Auxerre can force a draw (12-5) with Rangers in their Champions League encounter and Rapid Vienna may draw (3-1) with Manchester United, who failed to impress on the Continental stage against Juventus. Chelsea (1-5) should add to their four-one gains at Blackpool at home, Derby (1- 3), who forced a draw at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, should beat Luton while West Ham (1-5), who got a blinding result at Nottingham Forest on Saturday should burst Barnet's bubble at Upton Park.