Tom Powell and Ross Casey finished the season off in fine style with a 17/2 four team accumulator on the final day of the Premier League season (Spurs to beat Villa, Arsenal to beat Norwich, Everton to beat Hull and Chelsea to beat Cardiff) and now they're back for the start of the Football League season for some more accumulator selections!
West Ham v Tottenham (Sat, 15:00, Premier League)
Tottenham to win @ 11/10 – BET NOW
Spurs represent good value for accumulator betting this weekend. They have had good results in pre-season, with last season’s signings finally seeming to gel and impress – especially the likes of Roberto Soldado and Erik Lamela. West Ham on the other hand have struggled for results in pre-season and have a lot of new faces to bed in. This is the perfect time for Spurs to play West Ham and will give their season impetus with a win.
Hartlepool v Bury (Sat, 15:00, League Two)
Bury to win @ 163/100 – BET NOW
Hartlepool have had a difficult start to the season, losing both matches so far and conceding seven goals. They have brought in experienced players, but this match is good value for an away win. Bury were ante-post favourites to win the league but suffered a shock loss on the opening day and managed to suffer heartbreak in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night after conceding late on to lose to Championship side Bolton. This is now a chance for Bury to get back on track with three points against a shell-shocked Hartlepool.
Morecambe v Newport (Sat, 15:00, League Two)
Morecambe to win @ 6/4 – BET NOW
Morecambe got their League Two campaign off to the best possible start as they won 3-0 at Dagenham & Redbridge last weekend and they look value to make it two wins from two when Newport make the trip north. The South Wales club are one of my tips for relegation this term and have begun the season with two losses.
Southend v Stevenage (Sat, 15:00, League Two)
Southend to win @ 13/10 – BET NOW
Both these sides got their seasons up and running with a win last weekend but I fancy Southend to come out on top when they meet at Roots Hall. Stevenage lost 15 away matches last season and were 1-0 losers in midweek (albeit to Watford) so I don’t fancy their chances over in Essex this weekend.