Mythbusters: 4 favourites to back against on Saturday
These underdogs from each of England's four divisions represent good value to defy the odds this weekend. If you fancy them all, back the 10/1 accumulator.
Huddersfield not to beat Swansea –
Swansea have lost just two of their 15 matches under Carlos Carvalhal, and are a nice price to avoid defeat at Huddersfield on Saturday.
The hosts have only won against an out-of-sorts Bournemouth in their last eight at the John Smith’s Stadium, a run that includes failing to beat Stoke, Burnley, West Ham and Birmingham.
A repeat of the visitor’s 2-0 home win in the reverse fixture in October would do nicely.
Sheffield Wednesday not to beat Bolton –
There is huge value in backing against a Sheffield Wednesday side in dreadful form.
The Owls have lost five consecutive matches, having gone down 2-1 at home to Ipswich on Tuesday, with the prospect of relegation to League One becoming more real by the week.
Bolton, who would overtake their hosts with victory on Saturday, have drawn their last two away matches, and only lost three of their last eight overall.
Blackburn not to beat Blackpool –
Blackburn are a good bet to drop points against Blackpool after a period of patchy home form.
Tony Mowbray’s side have only won three of their last eight matches at Ewood Park, including draws with relegation-threatened Northampton and Oldham, and defeat to Championship strugglers Hull in the FA Cup.
Blackpool are on a three-match unbeaten run away from home, with a 2-0 win at promotion-favourites Wigan indicative of what they can achieve in this game.
Luton not to beat Accrington Stanley –
Luton have won 13 of their 18 home matches this season, but only one of their five against sides in League Two's top eight.
Given that the only home game against everybody else that they have failed to win was their 2-2 draw with Cheltenham last time out, the league leaders are a great bet to not beat second-place Accrington Stanley.
Having won 10 and lost one of their last 12 games, Stanley are certainly in good enough from to exploit their hosts' vulnerability.