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 15/2 double chance accumulator.
Leicester not to beat Wolves -
Though Leicester impressed in defeat at Old Trafford last week, there are already suggestions that Claude Puel has just two matches to save his job.
With that uncertainty surrounding the Foxes, and their inability to win more than one of their last seven home games last season, this is a great opportunity for Wolves to collect at least a point.
The visitors were comfortably the best away team in the Championship last season, and their swift counter-attack should continue to flourish in the Premier League.
Aston Villa not to beat Ipswich –
A home team will rarely be such a big price to avoid defeat in the Championship, so there is value in backing Ipswich to secure at least a point at Portman Road on Saturday.
Paul Hurst’s side drew their first home game of the season a fortnight ago, and were unlucky to lose 1-0 at Rotherham last weekend.
Aston Villa have been flattered by a return of six points from two games, relying on late rallies to win both matches, and are worth opposing as big favourites.
Burton not to beat Doncaster –
Doncaster have massively surpassed expectation by winning their first three games of the season.
Grant McCann’s side have scored eight goals and conceded just three, with Leeds loanee Mallik Wilks – who netted for the third time against Scunthorpe in the EFL Cup on Tuesday – providing some much-needed support for John Marquis in attack.
By contrast, two defeats from two is not a good start to life back in League One for Burton, who haven’t been able to name seven substitutes yet this season.
Bury not to beat Forest Green –
That Bury were unable to do more than score one late goal against nine-man Yeovil in their only home game of this season suggests that they are not worth trusting.
So a price close to evens for Forest Green to leave Gigg Lane with at least a point is a good bet.
Mark Cooper’s side won their first away game of the season 4-1 at Grimsby, and were forced to settle for a draw in a game that they dominated against Oldham last Saturday.
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