#BetYourWay: 9 value bets for Saturday's fixtures
Make the most of the weekend's football with a variety of different tips, and three tailor-made selections.
This season, several matches will be valid for our #BetYourWay promotion, where customers can request custom-built bets for individual games.
Here are our selections for Saturday's action.
Barnsley v Leeds (12:30) Sky Sports Football
Barnsley to score first –
The Tykes have scored after two minutes in two of their last four matches at Oakwell.
Leeds have conceded the first goal in four of their last six away games.
Barnsley to win –
Barnsley have won two of their last four and been beaten just once in five.
Leeds have lost seven league games out of nine and were hammered 4-1 by Wolves in midweek.
Over 3.5 cards
There have been at least four cards shown in each of Leeds’ last seven league games, and they also had a man sent off in midweek.
Their disciplinary record isn’t likely to improve in a feisty Yorkshire derby.
Liverpool v Chelsea (17:30) BT Sport 1
Chelsea to win or draw –
Liverpool have failed to beat any of the top four this season, drawing with Manchester United and losing to both Tottenham and Manchester City.
Chelsea have won three on the spin and beat United at home a fortnight ago.
Eden Hazard to score anytime –
The Belgian is back to his best and has scored three in his last two matches.
Under 2.5 goals –
There have been over two goals in just one of Chelsea’s four matches against the big six this season.
Liverpool were also held to a 0-0 draw by Manchester United at home, and this one should be similarly tight.
Sheffield United v Birmingham City (17:30) Sky Sports Football
Sheffield United to win –
Although they were beaten 5-4 by Fulham on Tuesday, the Blades have still won five out of seven.
Birmingham have lost eight and drawn one of their nine away games this season.
Leon Clarke to score anytime –
Clarke bagged at hat-trick on Tuesday and has now netted eight in his last three matches.
Over 2.5 goals –
Free-scoring Sheffield United have hit four in consecutive home games and are the second-highest scorers in the Championship with 31.
Birmingham have shipped at least two in each of their last four on the road, including six at Hull in September.