Saturday’s footy acca pays over £140 from a £5 wager
Five-fold from the Prem to LeagueTwo
After a hectic week of midweek action, it’s full steam ahead this afternoon in the Premier League and below.
The Coral News Team have run through the 3pm games and come up with a tempting five-fold to spice up the afternoon.
If all selections win, a £5 stake could return £141.90. All prices and returns correct as of date of publication.
Bournemouth to beat Swansea
Bournemouth are picking up speed after a slow start to the season.
The Cherries were excellent against Huddersfield Town last time out, and will be confident of another three points on their trip to Swansea City.
Swansea have lost four on the bounce, and though that might suggest they’re due a positive result, Eddie Howe’s men and an in-form Callum Wilson should prove too much. A Bournemouth win is an acca-boosting 17/10.
Wolves to beat Bolton
Dropping into the Championship where Wolves are proving a cut above the rest.
So the Molyneux outfit should be far too good for 23rd-placed Bolton.
The Lancashire side have improved greatly in recent weeks, but Wolves already look like a Premier League team in-waiting. They’re 4/11 to bag a fifth win on the spin.
Fulham to beat Millwall
Fulham are on a high after a thrilling 5-4 win away at Sheffield United in midweek.
And the Cottagers will look to build on that when they host a Millwall side who are winless on the road.
Fulham have lost just twice at Craven Cottage this term, and are 17/20 for victory.
Sunderland to beat Burton
Chris Coleman is Sunderland’s new manager and that should produce an improvement from the Black Cats.
The Wearsiders’s squad is far better than their results currently suggest, and under Coleman they should be newly-galvanised.
That’s bad news for Burton Albion, who would ordinarily have targeted this game for a crucial three points.
The Brewers have already lost six times at home this term, conceding 21 goals in the process. Sunderland are 6/4 to give Coleman a winning start.
Luton to beat Crewe
Finishing up in League Two where high-flying Luton host Crewe.
The Hatters have won their last two games by a combined score 10-0, and have netted 10 goals more than any other side in the division.
And having lost just once on their travels, the Bedfordshire side are nicely priced at 4/6 to defeat a Crewe side which hosts the league’s fourth-worst defence.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing