The season is reaching its climax at a time when teams jostle for titles, play-off places and look to escape the dreaded drop. We’ve got five football accumulator tips for Saturday which will generate winnings of more than £150 from a £10 bet if they all come good.
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Tottenham to beat Watford @ 1/4
Title-chasing Spurs remain unbeaten at White Hart Lane this season with 12 wins and three draws from their 15 matches and face a Watford that side that generally do not travel well. Tottenham are also on a five-match winning run and have beaten the Hornets in their last six meetings, so the stars point towards a home win.
Derby to beat Birmingham @ 13/10
Gary Rowett has made an instant impact at Derby, winning two and drawing one of his first three games in charge. On the other hand, Birmingham are struggling under Gianfranco Zola and are winless in their last six. The Rams knocked previously in-form Fulham out of the play-off spots in their last outing and should have too much for Brum.
Huddersfield to beat Nottingham Forest @ 11/10
Huddersfield’s emphatic 3-0 win against Norwich in midweek suggested their recent back-to-back defeats were only a brief dip in form as they climbed back up to third in the Championship. Nahki Wells and Elias Kachunga were both on target as they returned to the starting line-up, while pushing Aaron Mooy further forward due to the return of Jonathan Hogg also paid dividends. Forest are just two points above the drop zone and are without a win in five matches.
Blackpool to beat Grimsby @ 3/4
The Tangerines’ dream of a return to League One remains alive despite last weekend’s 1-0 defeat at Luton which ended their nine-match unbeaten run. Blackpool, two points outside the play-offs, have won their last three games at Bloomfield Road and face a Grimsby team with little to play for. The Mariners have lost heavily to Portsmouth and Doncaster in the last few weeks and we think they’ll come unstuck again.
Cambridge to beat Leyton Orient @ 12/25
Cambridge aren’t in the greatest of form, but they host a side deep in crisis and heading for non-league football for the first time in their 140-year history. Leyton Orient have lost their last five games, conceding 17 games along the way. Players are threatening to go on strike over unpaid wages, the team doctor has resigned and fans are fuming with club owner Francesco Becchetti. Get on the Us.