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This week’s betting and football accumulator tips are relevant for the weekend starting 15th October 2016.
Football Accumulator Betting Tips
Action returns to the Premiership and Championship this weekend, with the pick of the games at Anfield on Monday night where Liverpool entertain Manchester United.
This week’s accumulator can be taken at odds of 10 to 1.
Back inform Bournemouth to beat struggling Hull City at home. Bournemouth have won their last 2 home matches 1-0 while Hull City were thrashed 1-5 away to Liverpool. Bournemouth will have too much fire power and will look to boost their goals FOR column.
Brighton should be too strong at home when they entertain Preston North End. Brighton have won their last 2 home games, and their home form is impressive with 12 out of a possible 15 points. Preston, have struggled away from home this season and should be no match for Brighton.
Newly promoted AFC Wimbledon have been a revelation this season and are tipped to take all the points at home to struggling Swindon Town. Wimbledon are coming off an amazing 3-1 away win at Oxford last week while Swindon who are in 20th position are winless in their last 3 games.
Relegated Doncaster are flying in League 2 this season and are currently in second position. A 93rd minute winning goal from Andy Williams gave Doncaster a well-deserved 3-2 home win against Barnet. They should be too strong at home this weekend to Colchester who have struggled away from home this season.
To add interest to you punting weekend take a treble for both teams to score at odds of 9/2 (Betfred).
Rochdale v Bury
Plymouth v Portsmouth
Liverpool v Manchester United
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