Mythbusters: 4 double-chance football tips for Saturday
Adam Drury is backing four favourites to slip up this weekend in his football tips. If you fancy them all, back the 13/1 four-fold.
Had you placed a £10 stake on each of Adam Drury's Mythbusters football betting tips for the 2018/19 season, your profit would be:
Stoke not to beat Nottingham Forest
Stoke are winless in six, so backing against them when they take on Nottingham Forest seems sensible.
Nathan Jones’ side have failed to score more than once in any of those matches, losing to nil against both West Brom and Preston, and take on a side in resurgent form.
Forest are unbeaten in four matches, avoiding defeat away at West Brom and Preston in the process, and have not conceded from open play for over 200 minutes.
Swansea not to beat Bolton
Swansea have drawn two and lost three of their last eight home league matches, with all of their three victories coming by just one goal.
Graham Potter’s side have won just two of their last six matches overall, conceding at least twice in all of the matches that they have failed to win.
That should encourage Bolton, who have avoided defeat in five of their last seven games against teams outside the Championship’s top ten, and won 1-0 at Birmingham in their last away game but one.
Peterborough not to beat Wycombe
Peterborough have failed to beat Bradford (twice), Oxford, Walsall, Scunthorpe, Plymouth and Shrewsbury, all of whom are in the bottom half, in a run of one win in eight at London Road.
Posh have won just four of their last 18 games overall, with the appointment of Darren Ferguson in January making little difference to their fortunes.
Consecutive away defeats to Luton and Barnsley should not cause too much concern for Wycombe, who had previously lost just two of seven on the road.
Oldham not to beat Stevenage
Oldham beat Yeovil the day after Paul Scholes was appointed as manager, but have since drawn one and lost two of their next three.
The Latics have failed to beat bottom-half Crewe and Morecambe at Boundary Park in the last fortnight, concerningly losing the xG battle in both (experimental361).
Stevenage have avoided defeat in four of their last seven away games, claiming a good 2-2 draw at Lincoln last time out, so can hold their struggling hosts.
*Odds subject to change.
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