Accumulator Betting Tip for Saturday 30th March – 29/1 with William Hill

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Now the international break is finally done, the Premier League and Championship return to action this weekend. With it being Easter there are matches on Friday and Saturday but there is still plenty of value to be had on both days, here is a six-fold that is paying out just under 29/1 with William Hill.

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Manchester City to Beat Newcastle at 2/7

Despite what many are deeming a terrible season, Manchester City are in good form and are very good at home and should easily beat Newcastle. City have lost just two of their last ten but most importantly their home form has been brilliant this season, losing just once and that was against Manchester United. Newcastle may have picked up a bit of late but most of their wins have come at home. They’ve won four of their last seven but only one of them came away, and that is their only league away win all season. Newcastle have been poor away this season and Manchester City’s superior squad will give them three points.           

Arsenal  to beat Reading at 1/4

If Arsenal want to stand any chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season they will need to beat Reading on Saturday. Arsenal’s form has picked up of late and they have won five of their last seven. They have also lost just one of their last seven at the Emirates. Reading appointed Nigel Adkins as their new manager on Tuesday and he will have a baptism of fire especially considering how poor Reading have been away this season. The Royals have won just once on the road all season. The Royals have also lost their last five in the league and it seems only a miracle will save them and they won’t have anywhere near enough to beat Arsenal on Saturday.

Nottingham Forest to beat Brighton 11/10

Every year one team in the Championship seems to make a late challenge on the play off places and sometimes comes up. This year it seems to be Nottingham Forest. An up and down season had seen them in and around the play-offs but six wins in a row has seen them surge up to 5th. As well as their current fantastic run, their home form is very good, winning three in a row and losing just one of their last nine. Brighton are still also in with a play-off shout but poor away form could see them miss out. Brighton have lost their last two on the road and have won just one of their last seven. Forest’s play off push could see them as surprise contenders for promotion but beating teams around them is vital and they should beat Brighton at the weekend.

Ipswich to beat Leeds 6/5 

Since Mick McCarthy came in to the club Ipswich have managed to pull away from the relegation zone after previously looking in a lot of trouble. The Tractor Boys now sit four points clear of the drop and will look to extend that with a win over Leeds. Ipswich are in really good form at home and have won four of their last five, their only defeat coming against promotion chasing Watford. Leeds’ form has dropped away of late and they have recorded just two wins in their last ten. Their away form has also been poor and they haven’t registered an away win in their last nine. Ipwsich’s home  form balanced against Leeds’ away form should see Town pick up a vital three points.

Bristol Rovers to beat York Evens

Bristol Rovers’ secure mid table position is almost completely down to their home form. Rovers have registered ten wins at home this season compared to just four away. Rovers have won their last four at home and seven of their last nine and are a match for anyone in the league at home, beating the likes of Port Vale and Exeter recently. Nigel Worthington’s appointment was one last roll of the dice for York and it may not pay off. They are on a huge fifteen game run without a win and look set to return to the Conference. Things aren’t much better away where they haven’t won in their last ten and have just four away wins all season. York fans will be starting to get very nervous about their form and their league status and Bristol Rovers could put another nail in their coffin.

Burton to beat Chesterfield Evens

The League 2 promotion race is one of the most interesting in the country with just six points separating second and seventh. One of the teams right in the heart of it are 3rd placed Burton who’s push is aided by fantastic home form. Burton have won nine in a row at home and against a Chesterfield side who have won just two of their last nine on the road they should be winning here. Burton’s awesome home form makes them look like a banker here and they are very likely to make it ten wins in a row at home. 

Accumulator Odds: 29/1 with William Hill

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