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Coral’s Saturday five-fold pays over £135 from a £5 stake

Today’s acca is all about home bankers

With little to no action in League One and League Two this weekend due to the FA Cup, it’s the Premier League and Championship that take centre-stage.  

Everton, Sheffield Wednesday and Derby County all feature as the Coral News Team pick the best bets from Saturday’s 3pm and 5:30pm kick-offs.

If you choose to back these selections, you could land a healthy profit of £137.85 from a £5 stake. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Let’s get things going.

Everton to beat Huddersfield Town

Everton have won seven of their last nine games at home against newly promoted teams. That includes their last five in a row. Up against a Huddersfield side who have failed to score on the road since the opening day, the Toffees should be able to continue that run.

Blues are 4/6 to build on Wednesday’s win over West Ham United and pick up three points for new manager Sam Allardyce.

Sheffield Wednesday to beat Hull City

The hosts are unbeaten in six while the visitors are winless in eight. With Sheffield Wednesday at home in this one, those respective runs only look like they’re going to extend.

Carlos Carvalhal’s Owls are 20/23 to pile more misery on Leonid Slutsky’s Tigers.

Derby County to beat Burton Albion

Morale is low at Burton Albion. And things could be about to get worse against Derby County. The Brewers have lost eight of their last 12 fixtures and have won just three times in the league away from home since January.

The Rams keep things going at 4/9.

Ipswich Town to beat Nottingham Forest

In a battle of two of the division’s play-off chasing sides, it’s Ipswich who are taken to edge this contest. The Tractor Boys have won five from nine at home compared with Forest’s three wins from nine away games.

They’ve bagged 16 goals on home turf so far this season and have the quality to get the job done once again at 6/4.

Bristol City to beat Middlesbrough

The Championship’s evening game sees Bristol City host Middlesbrough. Lee Johnson’s Robins are in fantastic form at the moment.

They’ve won five of their last seven and will fancy their chances against a Boro outfit that have only beaten Hull, Sunderland, Birmingham City and Reading since mid-September.

Bristol City look good value for the win at 29/10.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing