40/1 fivefold on Leicester City and others

40/1 fivefold on Leicester City and others

40/1 fivefold on Leicester City and others

The final set of fixtures has arrived before the domestic football season is put on hold and the World Cup begins. What better way to welcome international football than with a winning Acca!

Here’s our fivefold which returns at odds of 40/1.

West Ham VS Leicester City

Sat 12 Nov, 15:00

Back Both Teams to Score
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When West Ham and Leicester City meet, there are usually goals. The last three encounters have produced 14 and each of the last seven meetings between these two sides in East London have seen both teams score. We can see that run continuing on Saturday.

West Ham have only kept two clean sheets in their seven Premier League home games so far but at the other end of the pitch, the Hammers have netted in each of their last nine games at the London Stadium in all competitions.

After a terrible start to the season, opponents Leicester have found form of late and with it their shooting boots. The Foxes have scored six times in their last two Premier League away games, while winger Harvey Barnes has found himself on the scoresheet in three of his last four appearances.

Preston North End VS Millwall

Sat 12 Nov, 15:00

Back Preston to win
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Only three points separate Preston in 7th and Millwall in 11th, in the Championship. However the two sides are on very different trajectories at this moment in time.

Preston registered a fourth win in five games when they triumphed at Reading last time out and the Lilywhites are within touching distance of the top six and a playoff spot. Millwall in contrast are without a victory in their last three and in danger of slipping into the bottom half of the table.

With momentum and home advantage on their side, Preston can rack up another three points on Saturday and should be backed in your accumulator at 31/20.

Newcastle VS Chelsea

Sat 12 Nov, 17:30

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Newcastle are in dreamland at the moment. After several seasons of relegation battles and lower-table struggles, the Magpies currently sit third in the league and have won four on the bounce.

Eddie Howe’s side have been banging in goals for fun, with 10 in their last three at home and midfielder Miguel Almiron in particular cannot stop scoring. The Paraguayan now has seven in seven and will fancy his chances of extending that sequence against an out-of-sorts Chelsea on Saturday.

The Londoners have enjoyed victories in Europe in recent weeks but in domestic competitions are now without a win in five and very goal shy, netting just twice in that time.

St James’ Park has become a fortress this season and Chelsea can become the latest side to leave the North East empty-handed.

Wolverhampton Wanders VS Arsenal

Sat 12 Nov, 19:45

Back Arsenal to win to nil
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Wolves ended a run of four games without a win when they beat Leeds United in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday. But the victory was a slender 1-0 and means the Molineux men have scored just seven times in their last 11 matches.

Visitors Arsenal have been in magnificent form in the Premier League, winning 11 of their first 13 matches and suffering just one defeat. The Gunners won at Chelsea last time out, keeping a clean sheet in the process and they can do the same again on Saturday night in the Midlands.

Mikel Arteta’s team have kept three clean sheets in their last four league games and against such low-scoring hosts, the North London side look excellent value at 6/4 to win to nil.

Fulham VS Manchester United

Sun 13 Nov, 16:30

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Fulham have only failed to score in two of their 14 Premier League matches so far this season and the Whites have netted two or more in five of their seven home games.

In Aleksandar Mitrovic, Fulham have a massive goal threat and the Serb has been on the scoresheet six times at Craven Cottage already this campaign.

Manchester United’s last four Premier League away games have produced 18 goals with both teams scoring in each. Currently fifth in the table, Erik ten Hag’s side performances away from home have been difficult to predict this season with three of their four league defeats coming on the road. While the Red Devils may well come away from West London with a result on Sunday, there’s every chance they’ll concede in the process.