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17/1 Pundits' Pick Acca: Saturday October 16

Saturday afternoon marks the start of our Pundits’ Pick Acca, where four of the staffers over at combine their best bets of the weekend into a juicy four-fold.

It’s a 17/1 shot this week as Lewis Watson, James Capps, Joseph Parker and Scott McGlynn look to land a big opener.

Check out our legs here:

  • Brighton to beat Norwich City
  • Nottingham Forest to beat Blackpool
  • Millwall to beat Luton Town
  • Falkirk v Airdrie – Over 2.5 goals

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Saturday’s Pundits’ Pick Acca Betting Tips:

Joseph Parker’s Pick – Brighton to beat Norwich City

Daniel Farke’s wounded Canaries have taken a solitary point from their last 51 available in the Premier League.

It’s looking like another uphill struggle for Norwich City this season and things might not get any better on Saturday as they invite Brighton to Carrow Road.

The Seagulls are in flight under Graham Potter losing just one in their last nine outings.

It’s hard to ignore the away win here.

James Capps’ Pick – Nottingham Forest to beat Blackpool

Things are looking up for Forest since the departure of Chris Houghton.

It’s now three Championship wins in four for the Reds, clambering up to 17th following a woeful start.

Blackpool are in similarly good form themselves but have won only once on the road so far this campaign.

Forest should edge this one.

Lewis Watson’s Pick – Millwall to beat Luton Town

Luton Town are winless at the Den in their last six visits.

Only Bournemouth and West Brom – currently top two in the Championship – have lost fewer games than Milwall this season, with the Lions pushing up to 11th.

Luton blow hot and cold and have only one win on the road this season, shipping eight in five away days.

Scott McGlynn’s Pick – Falkirk v Airdrie – Over 2.5 goals

Neither Falkirk or Airdrie enjoy a clean sheet in the Scottish third tier.

Four of Falkirk’s five home games this season have seen over 2.5 goals, with more likely at the Community Stadium on Saturday.

Only one goal separates these two from having identical league records, so expect a competitive 90 minutes!

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.