We’re back once again with a Saturday bumper that will hopefully provide a tidy boost to those evening beer kitties.
And today’s longshot acca comes in at a salivating 98/1.
- Nottingham Forest to beat Bristol City and Both Teams to Score
- Luton to beat Derby
- Brentford v Newcastle – Over 3.5 Goals
- Burnley or Draw v Crystal Palace
- Ipswich to beat Morecambe
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98/1 Longshot Football Acca:
Nottingham Forest to beat Bristol City and Both Teams to Score
Forest are in fine fettle at the City Ground and have only tasted defeat there once in the Championship since October.
Bristol City, meanwhile, are on a horrific run of ten away games without a win and are conceding goals by the lorryload. That said, they’ve scored in each of their last six on the road.
Luton to beat Derby
The Hatters did us proud with a fine victory over West Brom in last weekend’s acca, and their unbeaten run at Kenilworth Road now stands at seven games and five wins.
And Derby have lost a bit of momentum after losing at home to Millwall in midweek and they’ll also have to make do without suspended skipper Tom Lawrence.
Brentford v Newcastle – Over 3.5 Goals
Now, we know these two aren’t the greatest of goal scorers in the Premier League, but after serving up a 3-3 draw in the reverse fixture, we’re confident they can notch up at least four this time around.
And both sides will have earmarked this as a chance to pick up three vital points, so we could be treated to some slightly more adventurous play from both sides.
Burnley or Draw v Crystal Palace (Double Chance)
The Clarets are hitting a bit of a purple patch after picking up crucial back-to-back wins against Brighton and Spurs in the last week.
Their form at Palace is pretty decent too, with victories on both of their last two trips to Selhurst Park, so at odds of 5/6 we think this represents very steady value.
Ipswich to beat Morecambe
Morecambe are struggling in the League One relegation zone, and in addition to a run of just two wins in 15, they also saw their manager Stephen Robinson depart for St Mirren in midweek.
Ipswich, on the other hand, are making a promising charge towards the top six, and head into this one on an unbeaten five-match run that has seen keep clean sheets in every game.