Coral’s Saturday football acca could transform £5 into £168
This five-fold spans the Premier League and EFL
There’s a full calendar of football in England’s top-four tiers on Saturday, and that’s the focus of this accumulator.
The Coral News Team have scoured the action and produced a five-fold acca they’re hoping can deliver you glory.
If it comes good, a £5 stake would pay out a handsome £168.51. Prices correct as of time of writing.
Crawley Town to beat Barnet
Harry Kewell’s men host bottom-of-the-table Barnet on Saturday. And all the signs point towards another three-points for in-form Crawley.
The Red Devils have won three of their last four games, including a 3-2 defeat of promotion-chasing Accrington Stanley.
As for the Bees, they head to the Checkatrade.com Stadium on the back of four successive losses, scoring just twice in the process. Crawley to Win looks generous at 29/20.
Rotherham United to beat Oldham Athletic
The Latics hold the dubious honour of having League One’s worst defensive record, and have picked up a meagre two points from their last six matches.
That could hardly be a bigger contrast to visitors Rotherham. Paul Warne’s side have taken 14 points from their last six games, winning three away games on the spin.
Add in the Millers’ 5-1 mauling of Oldham back in September, and a Rotherham victory seems generous at 29/20.
Hull City v Reading – Under 2.5 Goals
Both sides are seriously out of form and low on confidence. And the Coral News Team are expecting a drab, low scoring affair at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday.
Hull have scored in just one of their last five Championship games. And things have been little better for the Royals, who have scored just three goals in six games in all competitions. Under 2.5 Goals looks good value at 5/6.
Tottenham Hotspur -1 (v. Everton)
Spurs have been swatting teams aside on a regular basis this season. Seven of their last nine games have been won by a multiple-goal margin, and Saturday sees them host a goal-shy Everton side.
The Toffees have scored just two goals in their current five-game winless run. The Merseyside club also lost 3-0 at home to Mauricio Pochettino’s men in September, so the Tottenham -1 handicap makes it in at 3/4.
Double Chance: Brighton or Draw (v. West Bromwich Albion)
The Baggies are now winless in 20 Premier League games – the joint-second longest streak in the division’s history.
Saturday sees Alan Pardew’s strugglers host a Brighton & Hove Albion side in good form. The Seagulls have lost just once in six matches, and beat Crystal Palace in Monday’s FA Cup clash.
With the visitors high on confidence after that derby win, the Brighton Double Chance seems a smart addition at 3/4.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing