After all the thrilling European action in midweek, we’re getting back to the domestic fixtures for our football acca tips for Saturday and have five selections that will give us a windfall of over 11/1 if all oblige.
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Bournemouth to beat Middlesbrough @ 3/4
The Cherries are coming off a tough run of fixtures which saw them draw at Southampton and Liverpool before losing to Chelsea and Spurs, so will hopefully find Boro more accommodating opponents. Prior to that hard schedule, Bournemouth beat West Ham and Swansea at home. Middlesbrough have been showing a bit more spirit in attack under Steve Agnew but still haven’t won in eight.
Bristol City to beat Barnsley @ 31/50
The Robins still have a little bit of work to do to ease any slight relegation fear, but they have been in good heart of late, especially at Ashton Gate. Three straight wins here over Huddersfield, Wolves and QPR have really lifted spirits and another triumph should see them safe. Mid-table Barnsley have nothing at stake and will hopefully ease off a touch.
Sheffield Wednesday to beat Derby @ 4/5
The race to make the Championship play-offs is incredibly tight and the Owls can ill-afford to slip up at this stage. However, four straight victories have included beating Newcastle at Hillsborough and all they need to do is maintain that momentum to stay in the top six. Derby are dangerous on their day but they did lose 4-0 at Brentford on their last road trip.
Bradford to beat AFC Wimbledon @ 53/100
The Bantams are unbeaten at home this season and are chasing a fifth straight Valley Parade victory as they look to head into the League One play-offs on a high. Only one goal was conceded in wins over Peterborough, Swindon, Walsall and Oxford here. Wimbledon haven’t scored in their last four games, so Bradford are easy to fancy.
Millwall to beat Oxford @ 31/50
Monday’s 1-0 loss at Fleetwood has left Millwall hanging on to sixth spot in League One by a thread but their home form has been superb in the second half of the season and should see them through. Nine wins and three draws from the last 12 league games at The Den is impressive, plus they also beat Bournemouth, Watford and Leicester here in the FA Cup.