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Weekend Football Accumulator Tips and Predictions 25/04/15

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Weekend football accumulator tips for Saturday 25th April from our football tipster who has picked five selections in his weekend accumulator prediction.

 

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Weekend Football Accumulator Tips:

 

Leicester to win away at Burnley

We start this week’s accumulator tip with a Premier League relegation six pointer. Leicester have struggled this season and were looking certainties for relegation until a recent change of fortune. Since being tipped right here to beat West Ham three weeks ago the Foxes have won three in a row and are off the bottom of the league for the first time since November. The team who replaced them at the bottom was Burnley. The Clarets have hit a bad run at just the wrong time. They have scored just one goal in their last seven matches and Sean Dyche's men need to turn things around quickly. This should be a tight game with the winner giving themselves a real chance of survival and for me that team will be in form Leicester.

 

Swansea to win away at Newcastle

Newcastle are in a shocking run of form. They have had a very poor season for a club of their size and have lost six matches on the bounce. The Magpies looked safe in mid table before this recent losing run but now look like outsiders for relegation and I’m not sure that they have the fight in them to turn things around. Swansea have had a great season. A top half finish looks in the bag and Gary Monk has had a great first full season as a manager. The Swans can play really attractive football and I expect them to come back from Newcastle with all three points and pile on more misery to the long suffering Newcastle fans.

 

Stoke to beat Sunderland

Sunderland are another team fighting relegation. The Black cats have won just three matches in their last sixteen and two of those have come against fierce rivals Newcastle. They have had a really poor season with some really bad results. Gus Poyet paid the price with the sack. They turned to the experience of Dick Advocaat but last week’s 4-1 home loss to Crystal Palace has shown the new boss that it is not going to be easy for them to avoid the drop. Stoke on the other hand have had a great season. They sit in the top half of the Premier League after last week’s victory against high flying Southampton. They are a strong consistent unit who on current form should have more than enough to see off Sunderland.

 

Middlesbrough to win away at Fulham

The Championship title battle has been amazing to watch this term with four teams still in contention with just two matches to go. One of those clubs is Middlesbrough who strengthened their promotion claim with last week’s away win at title rivals Norwich. Boro need to keep winning to take advantage of any slip up by Watford or Bournemouth and they come up against a Fulham side who have had a poor campaign. After last season’s relegation Fulham were fancied to do well but have been fighting relegation all season. They are now finally safe and will be looking towards trying to build a promotion campaign next year. However only one team needs the points in this one and I fully expect Middlesbrough to claim all three.

 

Plymouth to beat Tranmere

We finish this week’s accumulator in League Two. Tranmere were relegated from League One last term and few would have expected them to suffer the same fate this season. They currently sit bottom of the table and back to back relegations looks like the most likely outcome. Manager Micky Adams paid the price this week and lost his job but with just two matches to go things do not look good at Prenton Park. Plymouth on the other hand have promotion on their minds. They are currently hanging on to the last play-off position on goal difference and will be hoping to consolidate that place with a victory this weekend. I think that they should just have enough to do that and bring home our winning bet.

 

Accumulator Odds: 60/1 with Bet Victor.

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