Freed football accumulator tips for Saturday afternoon’s 3pm kick-offs and reasons for why our football tipster has picked each selection on the bet.
Premier League and Championship action returns to the UK Coupons this weekend and one match from the latter is covered in the Saturday accumulator tip. Two games apiece are also selected from Leagues One and Two with odds of 19/1 at William Hill up for grabs.
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Despite beating a poor Birmingham team 6-1 at the KCOM Stadium in their previous match, Hull experienced a rather poor September earning just two points earned from their other five Championship games that month and they have yet to win a game on the road this season, with no clean sheets registered in away action. Hosts Norwich have emerged from a quiet start to the campaign, and were unbeaten in seven competitive contests during the previous month. Manager Daniel Farke has created a more stable defensive unit with no goals conceded by the Canaries in their last four league games at Carrow Road, and a third successive league win is predicted for Norwich.
Norwich to beat Hull.
Shrewsbury are unbeaten in League One action this season and now visit a Plymouth team occupying bottom position in the league table with just one victory earned this season when beating Charlton 2-0 back in August at Home Park. Argyle claimed just one-point last month, and have lost their last five league fixtures on home soil ahead of hosting top of the table team Shrewsbury. The Shrews won six league matches during September but were denied in a 1-1 draw at Walsall last weekend. Although such clashes often produce surprise result, an away win is forecasted.
Shrewsbury to beat Plymouth.
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After enduring a relatively poor start to the season, it had appeared that Southend were regaining some decent form with three successive League One victories secured at the end of September. However, four goals conceded in 12 minutes condemned Phil Brown’s players to a 4-1 loss at Doncaster last Saturday and they now visit an in-form Wigan team. The Latics have yet to be beaten at the DW Stadium in league action this term and they have won their previous four games at the venue. Wigan then won 2-1 at Scunthorpe at the weekend despite playing with ten players for the last 34 minutes, and they are tipped to win this contest.
Wigan to beat Southend.
Since suffering a surprise 3-0 home defeat by Swindon earlier last month, Luton have claimed sixteen points from their last six League Two matches and they could have won by a much greater margin than their 2-0 win at Accrington Stanley last Saturday. Visitors Stevenage won 2-0 at Kenilworth Road last term during an impressive sequence of form but inconsistency has been a feature of their play in recent weeks. A 1-0 loss at Crewe at the weekend ended a three-match winning sequence and they have lost three of their latest seven games via a one goal margin. A close game is expected, but Luton could claim all three points for our footy accumulator tip.
Luton to beat Stevenage.
After winning six successive League games during September, Notts County were facing a second consecutive loss last weekend until scoring a very late equaliser when drawing 1-1 on home turf with lowly Forest Green Rovers. County are unbeaten at Meadow Lane in league action this season and now host a Barnet team winless in their last six matches. Fielding a weakened attack, the Bees registered just one shot on target during a 0-0 home draw with Coventry last Saturday which ended a three-game losing sequence for the team. A third defeat in as many away matches is likely for Barnet.
Notts County to beat Barnet.
Accumulator Odds – 19/1 with William Hill.
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