We again missed out by just one game on last week’s both teams to score acca but are hoping to come good this Saturday and there will be a 13/1 reward if all 10 of our featured sides find the back of the net.
Bournemouth v West Ham @ 57/100
Bournemouth performed heroics to draw 1-1 with 10 men at Manchester United last week but the hosts were guilty of missing a number of good chances and the Cherries had conceded 23 times in their previous eight matches. West Ham haven’t kept a clean sheet away from home since mid-October and this should be an open contest, with both teams going for a win.
Barnsley v Ipswich @ 4/5
The Tractor Boys prevailed 4-2 when these teams met at Portman Road on the opening weekend of the season and we’re hoping for more of the same in the return fixture at Oakwell. No Championship team has conceded more goals at home than Barnsley this term and they can usually be relied upon to hit the target themselves when entertaining sides below the top few positions.
Brentford v Huddersfield @ 7/10
Brentford have scored in 13 of 17 home games this term and have been involved in some really open contests of late, with both teams netting in their last seven matches and a total of 33 goals produced from those fixtures. Huddersfield also like to adopt high-tempo tactics and they prevailed 2-1 in an entertaining encounter between these sides at John Smith’s Stadium back in August.
Peterborough v Oxford @ 31/50
Posh are coming off a couple of moderate 1-0 defeats at Millwall and Bradford but those are tough places to visit and they are expected to find playing Oxford at home a far more enjoyable experience. The visitors played their part in an entertaining 3-2 loss to leaders Sheffield United last time out and will be keen to get at a defence which has conceded more times at home than any other team in the top half of League One.
Luton v Stevenage @ 4/5
This match features two of the form teams in League Two and has all the makings of a cracking contest, as long as they don’t cancel each other out. Luton are unbeaten in their last six league games and put four past Yeovil away a week ago. Stevenage have won seven of eight and bagged nine goals in a hat-trick of victories over Crewe, Orient and Notts County.