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 8/1 double chance accumulator.
Southampton not to beat Leicester
Southampton must bring to an end a dismal run of just three wins in 27 Premier League matches if this one is to fail to land.
The Saints have won four of their last 25 Premier League home games, three of which were by one goal, while they have claimed three points from just two of 10 league games under Mark Hughes.
Leicester followed their encouraging performance at Old Trafford with a 2-0 win over Wolves last week, and should gain at least a point here.
Sheffield United not to beat Bolton
Bolton have won three and drawn one of their four Championship games so far this season, so backing them not to lose at home is a no-brainer.
Phil Parkinson’s side have avoided defeat in eight of their last 12 home matches, and have kept consecutive clean sheets against Reading and Birmingham inside the last week.
Sheffield United have not convinced away from home so far this season.
Chris Wilder’s side have edged past QPR and were thrashed at Middlesbrough, and have now won just three of their last 12 matches on the road.
Blackpool not to beat Accrington Stanley
Blackpool picked up their first win of the season on Tuesday, but the value lies with Accrington after their excellent start to the season away from home.
John Coleman’s side have beaten established League One clubs Bristol Rovers and Oxford 2-1 and 3-2 on the road so far, and have not lost in the league overall since the opening weekend of the season.
The hosts’ first league win in six is not enough to inspire much faith in them yet.
MK Dons not to beat Exeter
Paul Tisdale left Exeter to take charge at MK Dons in the summer, so there will be no shortage of motivation for the visitors at Stadium MK on Saturday.
Not that they necessarily need it. The Grecians are undefeated in five matches this season, winning both of their away games 2-0 at Morecambe and Cambridge, and have conceded just twice in their four league games.
That is bad news for MK Dons, who have failed to beat Crewe and Grimsby in the last week and scored just twice in their last three League Two matches.
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