Don't speculate: 5 tips for Saturday's domestic football
This boosted acca - with picks from the Premier League, Championship and League One - should net you a tidy profit this weekend.
Chelsea to beat Bournemouth –
Bournemouth may have strung two wins together, but their decent form won’t last.
Prior to last week’s victory at Stoke, the Cherries had picked up just one point in three Premier League games.
They have also lost 11 of their 17 meetings with the big six since winning promotion.
Chelsea have won four out of five on the road in all competitions this season and are great value for three points.
Fulham to beat Bolton –
In taking four points from their last two games, bottom-of-the-league Bolton threw away a lead against QPR and almost let a two-goal advantage slip in their 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday.
The Trotters have also lost five consecutive away games, conceding 12 goals without reply.
Fulham were beaten by Aston Villa last time out, but have been in decent form recently, registering victories over Nottingham Forest and QPR in the last month.
Wolves to beat QPR –
Wolves took Manchester City all the way to penalties in the EFL Cup in midweek, and should earn the victory on Saturday.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are top of the Championship, having won five of their last six league games.
QPR are without a win in seven, and could only take a point off each of the bottom three during that run.
Bristol City to beat Sunderland –
Bristol City bounced back from their 3-0 home defeat to Leeds by thrashing Crystal Palace 4-1 in their midweek EFL Cup game.
Lee Johnson’s side have also won three of their last five matches on the road and also took a credible point away to Wolves last month.
Sunderland surrendered a two-goal lead to draw with Brentford last Saturday, with their only victory so far this season coming 11 games ago.
Wigan to beat Blackburn –
Wigan spanked Middlesbrough U-21s 4-1 to notch their eighth home win in nine and maintain their unbeaten record at the DW Stadium
Paul Cook’s side have dropped just five points in their last eight league games and are now eight points clear of third place.
Blackburn beat Portsmouth last weekend, but their season has been plagued by inconsistency and that was their first victory in four.