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This week’s accumulator is relevant for the weekend starting 10th September 2016.
This week’s accumulator can be bet on at odds of 16/1. However I suggest taking trebles and an acca for insurance purposes. This amounts to 5 bets, 4 trebles and an acca. If the lowest odds treble arrives it will amount to odds of about 7/1, giving you a nice profit on the day.
Back West Ham United at home to beat Watford. West Ham have started the season with 2 hard away games at Chelsea and Manchester City, which they lost but seem to be a different proposition at their new Olympic park Stadium.
I think Wolves will be too strong at home to newly promoted Burton Albion. Wolves’ home form seems to be solid with 4 out of a possible 6 points, however Burton can count themselves a little unlucky having lost their last game 3-4 away to Nottingham Forrest. Their main problem seems to be leaking goals.
Back Bolton to beat MK Dons at home. Both these teams were relegated from the Championship last season, but Bolton seem to have a new lease of life and are thriving in Division 1. MK Dons are strong away from home with 6 out of a possible 9 points, but Bolton should be too strong.
The fourth selection is Plymouth to beat Cambridge United at home. Plymouth have started the season well and are currently in third position while Cambridge are languishing in last position still waiting for their first win.
I also suggest taking a treble with both teams to score at odds of 9/2 at Betfred. I think that the 3 televised games will produce goals, so take the Manchester derby, the Glasgow derby and Liverpool at home to champions Leicester City with both teams to score.
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