Saturday Accumulator Betting Tip to Win £225 and Get £25 Free

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There are some very short priced favourites this Saturday on the accumulator coupon (Chelsea, Bournemouth, Swindon, etc), and whilst there is good reason for that, I tend to avoid putting them all together in an accumulator.

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I usually figure the less selections you make the more chance you have of winning. With that in mind, here is a 4-fold for this Saturday:
 
Chelsea to beat Wigan

Chelsea have wobbled in the past few weeks, conceding late goals which has cost them points. So much so that Spurs, Everton and Arsenal have closed in on them for the Champions league places. They should get back on track at home to lowly Wigan. Chelsea have won 12 of the 15 games between the 2 teams, scoring on average nearly 2.5 goals a game in the process. Although traditionally this is the time of year when Wigan launch their great escape act they have only 1 of the previous 12, winning at the woeful Aston Villa. Chelsea will have too much firepower.
 
Cardiff to beat Huddersfield

Cardiff are storming towards the Championship title and promotion to the Premiership, having now opened up a 10 point gap to second placed Leicester. Their away form lately has been brilliant, winning 5 in a row and at difficult places(Blackburn, Leicester, Birmingham, Leeds and Blackpool). Their defence has also been particularly impressive of late, only shipping 2 goals in their last 7. Huddersfield have faltered badly after enjoying a stellar start to the season, only winning 1 game in their past 14 in a dismal run. Form indicates Cardiff should have enough in this one.
 
Mk Dons to beat Oldham

It's time for the real Mk Dons to stand up, undoubtedly one of the more talented squads in the division they find themselves languishing in 11th place in League One, just weeks after they dismantled QPR 4-2 at Loftus Road. They face a fellow giantkiller in Oldham on Saturday who have been in awful form(apart from beating Liverpool of course) picking up just 1 point in 9 league games and losing their last 4 at home. Two sides who are out of form, it might be edgy but MK Dons will realise their play off hopes are fading fast and should give them the motivation to get their league form back on track.
 
Swindon to beat Hartlepool

Paolo Di Canio is keeping Swindon on track for promotion despite complaints about the board, threatening resignation and only putting 3 players on the bench in midweek. I wonder if it's a diversion tactic, often used by managers to deflect the pressure off his players. If so, it's working, they are unbeaten in 10, only conceded 2 goals in 9 games and have won their last 4 at home with an aggregate of 12-0. They face an Hartlepool side who have seemingly been bottom of League One all season and i can't see the Pool causing Swindon too much trouble on Saturday.
 
The four fold pays 7/1 with William Hill (bet here on your mobile)
 
Other fancies : Bournemouth, Brentford, Blackpool, Swansea.

Good luck.

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