Accumulator Tips for Saturday 26th January – Win With This 12/1 Acca


Blooming snow eh! Expect a limited programme again this Saturday in the Football league and possibly FA cup. I've tried to select games which should go ahead, but it is difficult to be certain so will provide alternatives at the bottom of the article.

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Everton to win at Bolton

The toffees were very poor for long period at Southampton on Monday but still managed to avoid defeat, and continue to ride high in 5th place in the Premier league. They will also take the F.A cup seriously as one thing David Moyes is criticised about is not bringing a trophy to Goodison Park and proved they have the right attitude to avoid potential cup upsets by trouncing Cheltenham 5-1 away in the last round. Bolton languish in 16th in the Championship and bringing in Dougie Freedman has failed to have the desired effect. I am sweet on the toffees in this game.
Norwich to beat Luton

The Canaries are on a poor run of form in the league, on the back of an excellent run, and will see this cup game as a way of getting back on track. A Premier league team at home to a conference team i was expecting odds of 1/6 or so i was very surprised at the 1/3 on offer. Despite their poor form Norwich are still 13th and cruised to a 3-0 win at Peterborough in the last round despite a depleted team. Luton are 6th in the conference and have only won of their last 6 away.
Watford to win at Nottingham Forest

This is the game that really boosts our odds this week. Gianfranco Zola's impressive Watford side go to the City ground in a rich vein of form and are scoring goals for run. They have netted 29 times away in the league, easily the highest in the division. They scored 6 at Elland Road, 4 at Hillsborough, 3 at the Amex and won away at Middlesborough in their last away game before hammering Huddersfield 4-0 at Vicarage road. Forest have only won 1 of their 5 games since appointing Alex McCleish. Watford are generally available at a very tempting 2/1.
Bournemouth to beat Crewe

I make no apologies for selecting Eddie Howe's men again. Their fine run has took them into the play off positions after beating Hartlepool Tuesday. They have won 7 of their last 9 at home and are unbeaten over the same period. Crewe are a decent league one outfit yet struggle for consistency and i expect them to be overpowered by the Cherries on Saturday.
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Alternatives in case of weather : Burnley, Reading, Wigan

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