Mythbusters: 4 double-chance football tips for Saturday's action
After last week's winner, Adam Drury fancies four underdogs to defy the odds in his weekend football tips. If you like them all, back the 13/1 four-fold.
Hoffenheim not to beat Borussia Monchengladbach (14:30)
Goals are guaranteed when Hoffenheim meet Borussia Monchengladbach, and you should back the latter to escape the shootout with at least a point.
Monchengladbach have won four of their last five games 3-0, 3-1, 4-1 and 3-0, and won 3-0 at Bayern Munich earlier in the season.
Hoffenheim are winless in five matches in all competitions, conceding at least twice in five of their last eight home games.
Exeter not to beat Crewe (15:00)
By contrast, goals are unlikely in this game.
Bar the EFL Trophy, Exeter have drawn four and lost five of their last nine matches. One of those was a 0-0, while they have failed to score in either of the last two.
The Grecians’ downward trajectory could continue against Crewe. The visitors don’t score many themselves, but should have taken more than four points from their last four away games, having posted an xG of 1.3 or higher (experimental361) in all of them.
MK Dons not to beat Newport (15:00)
MK Dons’ away form has stuttered recently, with 3-1 and 3-2 defeats at Grimsby and Stevenage perhaps coming given that they have conceded the second-most shots of any League Two team away from home this season.
Though the Dons have since returned to winning ways back at home, their has to be considerable doubt over their status as such big favourites for a tricky game at Newport County.
The Exiles have won the last four of a nine-match unbeaten run at home, a sequence stretching back to a freakish 6-0 home defeat to Yeovil in the middle of September.
Kilmarnock not to beat Dundee (15:00)
Having previously been top of the Scottish Premiership, Kilmarnock’s bubble was burst by a 5-1 defeat at Celtic last weekend.
Manager Steve Clarke blamed fatigue for that defeat, and recreating the energy and motivation that they took to Celtic Park against Dundee could prove difficult.
The visitors are unbeaten in four matches, including a 1-1 draw with Rangers last week, and are a big price to keep that run going for one more game.
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