We’ve been knocking on the door with our football accumulator tips lately, getting four out of five predictions right twice in succession, so hopefully this Saturday’s selections will all oblige for an 8/1 pay-day.
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Southampton to beat Hull @ 31/50
Saints are coming off back-to-back defeats against Manchester City and Chelsea but should find this company more conducive and had previously accounted for Crystal Palace and West Brom. Hull boosted their Premier League survival hopes with yet another home win last weekend but have tasted defeat on their last five road trips.
Crystal Palace to beat Burnley @ 3/4
Palace were far from disgraced when going down 1-0 against title-chasing Tottenham on Wednesday night and had previously picked up a great victory at Liverpool to complete a hot streak of six wins in eight Premier League matches. Burnley have bagged just four points from 17 away games this season and were lifeless when losing at home to Manchester United last time out.
Fulham to beat Brentford @ 12/25
The Cottagers are on the crest of a wave following four straight wins over above-average Championship teams in Ipswich, Norwich, Aston Villa and Huddersfield – a run of results which has put them in the Championship play-off places. Brentford are no mugs but with just an away trip to Sheffield Wednesday to come after this, Fulham may have to win to stay in the top six.
Preston to beat Rotherham @ 1/2
Rotherham picked up a rare win over Ipswich last week but have been the Championship’s whipping boys all season and go into this final away-day having earned only one point from 23 previous road trips, conceding an incredible 63 goals in those fixtures. Preston are coming off a tough run of games but have won six of nine at home since the turn of the year.
Cambridge to beat Crawley @ 1/2
Cambridge still have an outside chance of making it into the League Two play-offs and will be seeking a third straight home win after beating both Leyton Orient and fifth-placed Exeter to nil at Abbey Stadium earlier this month. Crawley have only won one of their last 12 games and lost 3-1 at home to the U’s back in November.