Coral’s Saturday acca could pay £80 off a £5 stake
Cian Carroll | 30 December 2017
Five-fold looks tasty
Saturday’s football sees a stacked programme from the UK with Premier League and Football League teams all in action.
The Coral News Team have crunched the numbers and selected five teams that should do the business.
If the five-fold comes rolling in, you could see a return of £80.25 off a £5 stake. All prices are correct at time of publication.
Let’s get it going…
Liverpool to beat Leicester City
Jurgen Klopp’s team have been terrific at Anfield all season. In fact, the Reds are unbeaten on Merseyside in 10 games.
Leicester are in a bout of bad form and lost again at Watford in the previous round of games. The Foxes haven’t won at Anfield since 2000.
Liverpool to win at 2/7 kicks off the acca.
Watford to beat Swansea City
Watford got back to winning ways with a comeback win over Leicester at Vicarage Road.
Marco Silva’s side were superb, fighting back from a goal-down. The Hornets looked great in attack again.
Swansea just can’t score. The Welsh outfit don’t have enough goals in their side. Watford to win here at 7/10 keeps the ball rolling.
Sheffield United to beat Bolton Wanderers
Another side back in decent form is Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United.
The Blades came from two goals down to draw at Aston Villa and then followed that up with a 3-0 win over Sunderland.
That put the Yorkshire club back in the top-six positions. Bolton are back in the relegation zone after a limp 2-0 defeat to Middlesbrough.
United are 6/10 to get another home win and are our third addition.
Fulham to beat Hull City
Fulham have been a little inconsistent all season but are slowly putting a run together to challenge for the play-offs.
Slavisa Jokanovic’s young side bagged a superb win away at Cardiff in the previous round. That made it four wins in the last six league games.
They play a Hull side struggling at the other end of the table. They could only manage a draw at home to Derby last time out.
Fulham to win here is nicely-priced at 31/20.
Blackburn Rovers to beat Scunthorpe United
Blackburn now lie just a point behind Shrewsbury Town in the second automatic promotion spot in League One.
Rovers’ 2-0 win over Rochdale made it five wins from six with Tony Mowbray’s side on a serious charge.
Scunthorpe are just a place and two points behind them and won’t be easy opposition. But Rovers get the benefit of the doubt here at 4/5.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing