£5 on Coral’s Saturday acca could pay out a huge £230
League Two pair are part of our fivefold
The Coral News Team return with a fantastic fivefold accumulator focused on Saturday’s football action.
Among the sides tipped up are a resurgent Hartlepool United, an Exiles side who are excellent at home, and Paul Hurst’s League One table-toppers.
A £5 stake on this acca would deliver a return of £230. Prices correct at time of writing.
Newport to beat Yeovil
They survived relegation by the skin of their teeth last season, but a repeat of that looks unlikely for Newport County. The Exiles are sitting in the top half of the table, thanks largely to 10 points from their opening four home games.
Yeovil make the trip to South Wales on the back of some rather less impressive stats. They’ve lost four from five on the road this term, including an 8-2 mauling at Luton Town. Expect 4/5 shots Newport to make light work of the Glovers.
Lincoln City to beat Chesterfield
The Spireites away record in League Two makes for grim reading. The Derbyshire club have managed a single point from five away games, shipping 13 goals and netting a meagre three.
For their part, the Imps have been hit and miss this term. However, having beaten the likes of Carlisle United and Stevenage in convincing fashion, they’re unlikely to have many problems at home to a truly dismal Chesterfield side. Lincoln to Win is a 6/10 shot.
Shrewsbury Town to beat Walsall
The Shrews are in danger of making the League One title a one-horse race this season. Four points clear at the top of the table, they’ve won nine, drawn two and are the only unbeaten side in all three EFL divisions.
They visit fierce rivals Walsall on Saturday, and Saddlers fans have reason to be worried. The hosts have managed just five points from their last six league games, and were 4-0 down in 31 minutes against Rotherham United a few weeks back. Shrewsbury to Win looks a solid addition to this acca at 17/10.
Hartlepool to beat Solihull
Solihull Moors are finding their first ever campaign in the fifth tier to be something of a struggle. The West Midlands club have managed a single point from their past six games, including a 3-1 home defeat to Ebbsfleet United last time out.
As for Pools, they’ve hit form after a difficult start to the campaign. Five wins and two draws in their last eight games has propelled Craig Harrison’s side to just three points off the play-off spots. Expect their good run to continue at Damson Park, with the visitors 21/20 for victory.
Faroe Islands to beat Latvia
They may be small in size, but the Faroe Islands are no longer minnows on the international stage. They currently sit fourth in Qualifying Group B, having collected eight points from as many games – including a draw with Hungary, and a 2-0 victory over Latvia in Riga.
Speaking of Aleksandrs Starkovs’ side, they’ve lost seven of their eight games so far, conceding 18 goals and netting just three. With their only qualifying win in the last four years coming against Andorra, Latvia are unlikely to trouble their hosts. Faroe Islands to win looks a value bet at 31/20.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing