Saturday’s UK and European acca could pay over £104 off a £5 stake
Championship games dominate the five-fold
It’s a very busy day of action throughout the UK and Europe this Saturday and that means prime picking for an accumulator.
Leagues across the continent are in full flow and the Coral News Team have delved into the stats book and plucked out our best bets.
If all five selections win, a £5 stake will return a decent-looking £104.30. All prices correct at time of publication.
Aston Villa to beat Millwall
Villa have been on a fantastic run of late culminating in a Manager of the Month nomination for Steve Bruce.
Bruce’s team have lost just once in the league at Villa Park.
Millwall have yet to win away from The Den. Odds of 3/4 on the in-form Villans screams value.
Fulham to beat Birmingham City
Birmingham are in serious trouble this season. The Blues are currently in the drop zone and have won just once in eight league fixtures.
Steve Cotterill’s side have lost eight of their ten away games. Fulham haven’t fared much better at home, winning just twice in ten.
But their exciting young side should have too much for Birmingham here at 8/15.
Watford to beat Burnley
Watford look a fantastic price to beat Burnley at 21/10. The Hornets have had a superb season to date.
Marco Silva’s side – even when beaten – try to play their attacking game at all times. Burnley have lost Robbie Brady to a bad injury. And the Irishman was a bit of a talisman this term.
Could that negatively affect the Clarets? Watford have won four of their seven away games and become our third addition.
Middlesbrough to beat Ipswich
Middlesbrough have been a little inconsistent under Garry Monk so far this term. However, he remains a good manager and Boro still have a cracking squad.
Ipswich head to Teeside on the back of two wins but don’t have a great recent record against Boro.
The North-East club have won three of the last five against the Tractor Boys. They’re 7/10 to win here.
RB Leipzig to beat Mainz
Leipzig round off this acca with what looks like a straightforward home game against Mainz.
Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side are currently second and will be smarting from their Champions League exit in midweek.
Banking on their being no European hangover, Leipzig should be far too good at home for 14th-placed Mainz.
At 2/5, this acca ends on a confident note.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing