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5-fold domestic football acca: Pellegrini’s side to respond at White Hart Lane

23 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
5-fold domestic football acca: Pellegrini’s side to respond at White Hart Lane

Manchester City are poised to return to winning ways against Tottenham and four other picks throughout the leagues that will enhance the weekend

10/11 – Manchester City to beat Tottenham

The win at Sunderland in the Capital One Cup was an impressive response to back-to-back defeats to Juventus and West Ham and Manchester Cit are excellent value to beat Tottenham on Saturday.

Prior to the home defeat to West Ham last weekend, Manuel Pellegrini’s side had all won all five of their Premier League league fixtures without conceding.

Spurs have lost the last four games against City, conceding 16 goals in the process, which is unlikely to fill the supporters at White Hart Lane with confidence.

4/5 – Arsenal to beat Leicester

Leicester’s have enjoyed an impressive start to the season but victory against Arsenal is unlikely.

The Gunners have won four of their last six meetings against the Foxes and are unbeaten against them in 19.

Their Capital One Cup win over Tottenham arrested their two-game losing run and Arsene Wenger’s side should collect their third Premier League away win of the season.

5/4 – Brighton to beat Bolton

Bolton are close to the relegation zone after a poor run of form and the visit of in-form Brighton is unlikely to be the match that turns their season.

The Seagulls are three points clear at the top of the Championship and boast the league’s joint-leading scorer in Tommer Hemed.

The striker will relish the prospect of facing Neil Lennon’s side, who have conceded 10 times already this campaign.

Evens – Birmingham to beat Rotherham

Birmingham have been in excellent form in recent weeks and can climb to third with a win over Rotherham.

Gary Rowett’s side have lost just once this season and are a menace in attack, scoring nine times in five games.

The Millers are bottom of the table with five points from eight games and will struggle at St Andrews.

8/5 – Exeter to beat Wycombe

Wycombe are five places higher than Exeter in League Two but that is deceiving going into Saturday’s clash.

Manager Paul Tisdale has made St James’ Park a fortress, with 10 of Exeter’s 13 points this season being accrued in front of their own fans.

Wycombe lost 2-1 on their last visit and a similar outcome this time would not be surprising.

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