William Brokes’ 4 team Football Accumulator – 24th September

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Serial tipster with a past record - supplying regular accumulator tips. Betting and gambling is done at your own risk.

This week’s accumulator is relevant for the weekend starting 24th September 2016.

This weeks accumulator

The weeks four team accumulator can be bet on at odds of 15/1. I suggest taking trebles and an accumulator  for insurance purposes. This amount to 5 bets, 4 trebles and 1 four timer. Two late goals last week from AFC Wimbledon away to Charlton cost us dearly, however we got our money back as the other 3 results arrived.

Back Stoke City to win their first league match of the season at home to West Brom. Win-less Stoke have been poor this season but I think they will have enough firepower to beat West Brom.

The other 3 selections all involve teams going for their fourth home win in a row.  Norwich City should be far too strong at home to newly promoted Burton. Norwich had a great result midweek knocking out the high flying Everton in the League Cup and are fully expected to ease past Burton.

Plymouth Argyle are absolutely flying at the moment. A win at home to struggling Hartlepool United would be Plymouth’s seventh win in a row. Plymouth are 2 points  ahead at the top of Division 2, and I expect them to consolidate their lead at the top.

Stevenage have been great at home this season and are favoured to beat Exeter City. If Stevenage beat Exeter on Saturday then they would have chalked up their fourth home win in a row. Exeter are coming off a home defeat against league leaders Plymouth and should pose few problems for the attacking Stevenage.

Please be aware, Soapbox doesn’t advocate betting and gambling. Using the information provided in this article is done so at your own risk.

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