Mythbusters: 4 double-chance football tips for Saturday's action
Back four weekend favourites to slip up with these football betting tips. If you fancy them all, back the 8/1 four-fold.
Sheffield Wednesday not to beat Rotherham (15:00)
Sheffield Wednesday are having a tough time at the moment, with one more poor result likely to see manager Jos Luhukay out of a job.
The Owls have only managed to beat Bolton in their last eight home matches, not scoring more than once in any of their last four. They have conceded more shots per home match than any other side in the division.
By contrast, Rotherham are in good nick. They held league-leaders Norwich for 70 minutes before falling to defeat last time out, having previously gone seven matches without defeat. That run includes draws against Middlesbrough, Blackburn and Sheffield United.
Sunderland not to beat Accrington (15:00)
Sunderland have largely relied upon individual moments to climb to second in League One, with their numbers not particularly impressive.
They rank fourth bottom for shots per League One away game this season, while their xG output is modest, according to experimental361. The inevitable drop off may have started after they were held to draws in two of their last three league matches.
Accrington, who have already taken points from Charlton, Doncaster and Portsmouth at the Crown Ground this season, are capable of holding them to a point.
Plymouth not to beat Bradford (15:00)
Bradford have been a successful tip in this piece on each of the last three weekends, and they once again represent great value to take at least a point.
The Bantams have only lost at Luton in their last six matches (bar the EFL Trophy), drawing at Peterborough in both the league and the cup. Spirits have been improved further this week by the departure of unpopular co-chairman Edin Rahic.
Plymouth have lost eight of their last 12 home matches in all competitions, including last time out against Oxford in the FA Cup. They have scored more than once in just one of their last eight games.
Roma not to beat Cagliari (17:30)
Roma - who will be without pivotal attackers Stephan El Sharaawy and Edin Dzeko for this match - are falling behind in the race for the Serie A Champions League spots after failing to win either of their last two league matches.
Their winless run extends to three when you take into account their loss to Real Madrid and includes a defeat at relegation candidates Udinese. They also rank in the bottom half for shots against per league away match this season.
Cagliari, who have only been beaten away at Juventus in their last eight games, can take at least a point from them on Saturday.
*Odds subject to change.
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