Mythbusters: 4 double-chance football tips for Saturday
Back four underdogs to beat the odds this weekend with these football betting tips. If you fancy them all, back the 9/1 double chance accumulator.
Charlton not to beat Wycombe
Charlton fans protested against their owners by throwing crisp packets onto the pitch at their last home league match, a drab 0-0 draw with Fleetwood.
And it could be another ugly afternoon at the Valley on Saturday.
Wycombe were the better side in last week’s 1-1 draw with promotion-hopefuls Luton, and have claimed four points from their last two away matches.
Sunderland not to beat Fleetwood
A habit of going a goal down finally caught up with Sunderland last week, who could only draw 1-1 with Oxford after going down to 10 men in the first half.
And a similarly slow start is unlikely to go unpunished at home to impressive travellers Fleetwood.
Joey Barton’s side have beaten Oxford 2-0 and thrashed Scunthorpe 5-0 on the road so far this season, with an EFL Cup match at Leicester their only defeat since the opening weekend.
Exeter not to beat Notts County
Notts County may have sacked manager Kevin Nolan after a winless start to the season, but there is some hope for Saturday’s game at Exeter.
The Magpies have performed a little better than some results might suggest, firing off more on-target shots than Saturday’s top-half opponents so far this season.
Combined with the bounce that new boss Harry Kewell should provide, and they look a decent price to earn at least a point.
Exeter are without a goal in four matches in all competitions, with their fast start to the campaign fizzling out. They are eminently beatable.
Swindon not to beat Morecambe
Swindon have not won any of their three away matches this season, and there is value in backing that run to extend.
Phil Brown’s side have won just once in seven attempts since the opening weekend, conceding 17 goals in eight matches in all competitions this term.
Morecambe rank 16th for shots on target so far this season, suggesting that their current League Two position of 22nd should soon improve. Their visitors’ dodgy defence means that upturn can start on Saturday.
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