One Malmo corner away from Wednesday’s Pundits’ Acca left the freebet.com guys with their heads in their collective hands.
But Saturday is here, and they’re back on the horse in an attempt to land an 18/1 shot.
Check out our legs here:
- Wolves to beat Leeds United
- Luton Town to beat Hull City
- QPR to beat Peterborough
- Kilmarnock over 1.5 goals v Hamilton
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Saturday’s Pundits’ Pick Acca Betting Tips:
James Capps’ Pick – Luton Town to beat Hull City
It’s two wins in 13 for the Tigers, loitering in the Championship’s cellar.
Luton have taken two wins and two draws from their last four and are unbeaten in their last four home matches.
The form guide points firmly to a Hatters win on Saturday afternoon.
Scott McGlynn’s Pick – Kilmarnock over 1.5 goals v Hamilton
Hamilton have shipped 2+ goals in five matches already this season.
Between them, Kilmarnock strikers Callum Hendry and Ollie Shaw and scored four in four and are solid contenders to beat Ryan Fulton in the Hamilton sticks.
Joseph Parker’s Pick – Wolves to beat Leeds United
Leeds, Leeds are falling apart, again?
A mini-injury crisis and one win in eight has Marcelo Bielsa scratching his head in the Elland Road dugout.
Wolves are still a mystery under Bruno Lage, but have won three on the spin in the Premier League.
Who’s to say they can’t make it four?
Lewis Watson’s Pick – QPR to beat Peterborough
Forgive us for playing QPR roulette, but this feels like the right time to back them.
The fact that the Super Hoops have lost their last three away matches is a slight red herring – they looked solid in patches and scored in all three against promotion candidates WBA, Bournemouth and Fulham.
Posh lie 20th and have the worst defence in the league coming up against a side that has bagged the second most in the division (24).
Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.