Put on your lucky socks, grab your Quickslip and prepare to indulge in the time-honoured Saturday ritual that is sticking on an Acca.
Football is back and from this weekend onwards countless numbers of punters up and down the land will be studying the form, looking to the stars and aiming high.
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Brentford to beat Huddersfield
A pretty daring pick kicks things off with the bookies making Brentford the clear outsiders.
However, we’re going against the grain here given the fact that the Bees are chasing a fourth consecutive success against a Terriers side who picked up just one victory in their last eight to finish last season.
Bradford to beat Port Vale
Club legend Stuart McCall is back at the helm and many are tipping his Bradford side for big things this season.
The Bantams can get off the mark against a Port Vale side they’ve beaten in two of the last three corresponding fixtures (the other was a draw).
Grimsby to beat Morecambe
Newly-promoted Grimsby won 13 of their 23 home games in the National League season and maintaining that type of form will be crucial to their ambitions this term.
While the Mariners appear to be upwardly mobile, Morecambe are anything but and their form on the road leaves a lot to be desired.
A 6-2 pre-season thrashing away at Halifax doesn’t bode well while April’s 7-0 tonking at Cambridge will also be fresh in the memory of Shrimps fans.
Motherwell to beat Kilmarnock
*Ladbrokes SPFL klaxon*. The new season kicks-off north of the border and we’re going to the Well for this selection. Motherwell that is.
The visitors have tasted victory in three of their last four visits to Rugby Park and head into this contest off the back of three straight victories in the League Cup.
Killie, on the other hand, have just been dumped out of the competition by League One Albion.
Man United to beat Leicester
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Corporate interests aside, this looks like the perfect time for Jose Mourinho to lay down a marker to his Premier League rivals.
United are the most successful team in this event’s history, lifting the Shield on 20 occasions and we’re backing them to add another to that collection.
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