We’re focusing on Football League tips for our Saturday acca this week and have picked out five strong fancies that will give us a 12/1-plus pay-out if all come in.
Don’t fret if one of the legs lets you down because our five-team acca insurance ensures we refund minimum £5 stakes as a Free Bet up to £25 when a five-fold is placed on the same day and a single selection goes astray.
Norwich to beat Blackburn @ 13/20
Norwich’s push to make the Championship play-offs has stalled during a five-match winless run, but they have a great chance to get back on track in this game and when hosting Barnsley next up. The Canaries can boast 11 league victories at Carrow Road and Blackburn have lost 10 times on the road. City also prevailed 4-1 against Rovers at Ewood Park back in August.
Wolves to beat Rotherham @ 11/25
Rotherham have secured fewer points than any other team in England’s top four divisions this season and a woeful away record has been the major factor, with 17 defeats and one draw from 18 road trips. Wolves are also facing a relegation battle after being distracted by the FA Cup but they did steady the ship with a solid draw at Ipswich in midweek and must now look to win here before a tough couple of fixtures at Brentford and Fulham.
Bradford to win at Coventry @ 91/100
Bradford are well placed in fifth to make the League One play-offs, but many shrewd judges believe they should really be challenging for automatic promotion this term. Too many home draws has been the problem, but two wins from three matches should have put them in a confident mood for the run-in. Coventry have lost six of their last eight league games at home.
Doncaster to beat Cheltenham @ 13/20
Doncaster have been held to too many draws of late but the League Two leaders are still unbeaten at Keepmoat Stadium in this division, winning 11 of their 17 games here. Cheltenham have been tough to break down in recent weeks but lost 1-0 to Rovers at home earlier on this term and a single goal may be enough for Donny to do the double over them.
Luton to beat Stevenage @ 4/5
Luton are unbeaten in their last six League Two matches and could hardly have been more impressive when romping to a 4-0 victory at Yeovil to go fourth in the table, with Danny Hylton bagging a double to keep his fine scoring run going. Stevenage have their own in-form hot-shot in Matt Godden, but the feeling is that the Hatters can capitalise on home advantage here.