- 16:00 Sat: Watford v Brighton England / Premier League Tip: 1 Odds:-110
- 16:00 Sat: Cardiff v QPR England / Championship Tip: 1 Odds:-137
- 16:00 Sat: Swindon v Crawley Town England / League 2 Tip: 1 Odds:-143
- 18:30 Sat: Man Utd v Leicester England / Premier League Tip: 1 Odds:-333
We’ve gone for four teams in our Saturday accumulator and MANCHESTER UNITED are once again the corner stone of the multiple bet. The Red Devils are flying right now and Jose Mourinho will be dismayed that the international break could halt the rhythm being built within the ranks.
Mourinho already has a settled XI although Anthony Martial is pressing for a first-team place after two impressive cameo performances, while Romelu Lukaku has hit the ground running and the defence is looking robust, especially with Nemanja Matic mopping up loose balls.
Meanwhile, WATFORD are a tasty selection to land victory against Brighton and we’re surprised to see them trading at such big odds. The Hornets drew 3-3 with Liverpool in their opening match and followed that up with a 2-0 triumph at Bournemouth.
Brighton are struggling to find their feet after defeats against Manchester City and Leicester, with the Seagulls failing to create many meaningful chances and they might come off second best at Vicarage Road, with Marco Silva continuing to impress in England.
CARDIFF CITY haven’t yet put a foot wrong in the Championship and we’re expecting them to make it five wins from five games when they play a Queens Park Rangers side who should be on the back foot for this clash.
Neil Warnock has got his Bluebirds firing and they have claimed wins over Burton, Aston Villa, Sheffield United and Wolves, hardly an easy start for the Welsh club.
QPR have enjoyed seven points from an opening four matches and Ian Holloway will hope to repeat the recent 1-1 draw at Sheffield Wednesday, although Rangers were beaten 2-0 at Norwich and do have the sort of defensive frailties that can be exposed by Cardiff.
Finally, SWINDON TOWN are top of League Two and have to be taken to beat a Crawley side who are bottom of the table after three games.
It’s early days but Harry Kewell has got a real challenge on his hands at the Sussex club and three straight defeats means they will be heading to the County Ground looking to keep things tight and hopefully gain a draw.
Swindon have enjoyed wins away to Carlisle and Morecambe, with these results sandwiching a 1-1 draw against Exeter and they look like accumulator material for the win here.