Bet £10 on any Saturday bet and get a £30 free bet to spend on Sunday e.g. bet £10 on this acca and get a £30 free bet for a Sunday accumulator or bet on Liverpool v Man City.
Preston vs Huddersfield
Cheltenham vs Swindon
Yeovil vs Hartlepool
Alloa vs Dunfermline
Improving Huddersfield travel to face decent home team Preston this weekend and that clash features in this Saturday BTTS Accumulator alongside two matches from the FA Cup First Round with goals expected at ties hosted by Cheltenham and Yeovil. The final selection covers a Scottish Championship fixture at Alloa where the struggling hosts are a fairly reliable outfit in front of goal.
Since losing 4-2 at West Brom during September, the Cowley brothers have exerted their influence at Huddersfield as the Terriers have been unbeaten in seven subsequent Championship fixtures and have failed to net in just one game. The Yorkshire team now cross the Pennines to face a Preston team beaten only by Manchester City at Deepdale this term. It is also worth noting that the hosts have scored in every league game at the venue this season which includes 5-1 and 3-2 victories last month.
Having suffered a first League Two defeat on home soil this season when beaten 2-1 by Forest Green Rovers last Saturday, Cheltenham will be eager for a return to winning ways in this FA Cup First Round tie. The hosts have also netted in every league fixture since the beginning of September ahead of the visit of a Swindon team which has found the net in each of their League Two away games this term. Three wins from their latest five away matches in league action have also been earned by Swindon.
Ahead of this FA Cup First Round tie, Hartlepool have failed to net in just one competitive game since late August and they have netted eight goals while remaining unbeaten in their latest four games. Under the new management of Dave Challinor, a long journey to Yeovil now awaits although the hosts were beaten 2-1 in North East England at the beginning of October. Yet the Glovers have scored in each of their matches from mid-August onwards and have lost just twice on home soil with 2-1 losses incurred on each occasion.
Although they may be struggling near the foot of the Scottish Championship table, Alloa can usually be relied upon to score at least once during a game. Aside from a recent 3-0 home defeat by Dundee, the Wasps have netted in every league fixture since late August and they now welcome a Dunfermline team which has scored two or more goals in three of four prior league contests. The reverse fixture back at the end of September finished in a 1-1 draw with the Pars losing just one subsequent league match.