This Tuesday night five-fold pays over £130 from a £5 stake
Top three divisions in England take centre-stage
There’s no shortage of domestic football action to enjoy this evening, with fixtures from the Premier League, Championship and League One.
Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton & Hove Albion headline the top-flight action. Meanwhile, Derby County host Ipswich Town in the Championship, while Peterborough United travel to Charlton Athletic in League One.
The Coral News Team have focused on those games to bring you this evening’s five-fold acca. A £5 bet on the following quintet of teams could net you a handy £132.05! All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Things start up in the East Midlands.
Tottenham Hotspur to beat Leicester City
Tottenham enjoy playing at the King Power Stadium. They’ve not lost there since 2002 and have won on their two most recent trips, including a 6-1 victory last season.
Against a Leicester side who struggle against the top-six, Spurs should have enough to secure victory.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men kick things off at 3/4.
Brighton & Hove Albion to beat Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace have yet to score a single goal on the road this season, let alone collect three points. Against a Brighton side that have only lost once at the Amex all season long, the Coral News Team think this will be too tough an ask for Palace.
You can back Chris Hughton’s Seagulls at 33/20.
Manchester United to beat Watford
Since 1986, Manchester United have won 12 of their 13 meetings with Watford. That includes five victories at Vicarage Road prior to last season’s 3-1 defeat.
The Red Devils look more fluent than they did last season. And with key players now back in the side, they should have enough to see off the tricky Hornets.
Jose Mourinho’s men are 4/6 for victory in Hertfordshire.
Derby County to beat Ipswich Town
Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich Town have won just one of their last eight away games. Tonight, they take on a Derby side that have won six of their last eight fixtures, including their last two back-to-back.
Buoyed by Saturday’s 3-0 success over Middlesbrough, the Rams get the nod at 4/6.
Charlton Athletic to beat Peterborough United
This should be a close encounter at The Valley. However, Charlton’s home form suggests that they will prevail over the 90 minutes.
The Addicks have picked up 20 points from a possible 27 at home so far this season. Their visitors have claimed just 10 points on the road.
With that in mind, it’s the hosts that round things out at 21/20.
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