With the football season in full swing punters up and down the country will be scouring the fixture lists in search of shoo-ins to stick into their football accumulators. With all the best odds from the world’s top football leagues we can not only help you find the teams to bet on, but also the best price to help you line your pockets.
Ross Casey and Tom Powell have picked out an 15/1 fourfold for the weekend’s action…
ACCUMULATOR BEST PRICE 16.07 WITH CORAL
(Price correct as of March 6th)
Portsmouth v Cheltenham (Sat, 15:00, League Two)
Portsmouth to win @ 81/50 – BET NOW
Pompey have won three of their last five games at Fratton Park and have kept three clean sheets in their last four matches. They look as if they are a side who are now hard to beat – three clean sheets in four games is proof of that. They have won three of their last five at Fratton Park and I think they can get another three points here.
Shrewsbury v Bristol City (Sat, 15:00, League One)
Bristol City to win @ 163/100 – BET NOW
Bristol City need three points here to keep their relegation rivals at arm’s length, and I believe they can build on last weekend’s success with a winat Shrewsbury. Sam Baldock is on fire and on paper they should have too much quality for the home side. Shrewsbury have lost three of their last five matches on home soil and look beatable in this one.
Hyde v Halifax (Sat, 15:00, Skrill Premier)
Halifax to win @ 4/6 – BET NOW
Halifax sit 15 places and 42 points ahead of Hyde in the Skrill Premier so 4/6 looks a decent price on them beating the bottom side on Saturday afternoon. Halfiax have won two of their last three including a 5-1 win over promotion chasing Salisbury.
Derby v Millwall (Sat, 15:00, Championship)
Derby to win @ 3/5 – BET NOW
Derby’s home form is decent with four wins on the spin and you’d expect them to make that five by seeing off out of form Millwall. The Lions have lost their last two without scoring and have lost 10 of their 13 away matches since their only away win of the season at Charlton back in September.