Ladbrokes News Acca: We’re on Swansea, Huddersfield and Cardiff

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There’s a little more than four weeks of the season remaining, so it’s very much crunch-time when it comes to Saturdays now.

We’re ready for another hectic day up and down the leagues, with teams battling it out for promotion, play-off spots and survival.

Here are our accumulator tips this weekend…

Richard Marsh

Swansea City to beat Everton – 6/4

This is a huge game for the Swans. Everton have nothing to play for and have won just two of their last 24 away trips in the Prem.

Swansea have collected just two points from their last three games, but they have won each of their last four league matches on home soil, and that includes wins over Liverpool and Arsenal.

That home form, coupled with a huge desire to bag three massive points and Everton’s dismal travelling record, should be the defining factors against the Toffees.

Cian Carroll

Nottingham Forest to beat Ipswich – 5/6

Mick McCarthy walked out on Ipswich Town in midweek in spectacular fashion, basically saying he’d had enough.

He was going at the end of the season anyway, but he’d become sick of the fan’s jeering. And they won, too!

Forest should be able to capitalise on the upheaval in the Tractor Boys’ camp now. Forest have lost the last three in a row but Aitor Karanka will see this as a good opportunity to bag a much-needed win over a managerless Ipswich.

Miguel Assuncao

Cardiff City to beat Norwich City – 27/20

Automatic-promotion chasing Cardiff have stuttered of late.

The Bluebirds head to East Anglia chasing their first win in four games as they look to reclaim second spot in the Championship.

The Canaries beat Aston Villa in their last home game, but with nothing but pride left to play for, Daniel Farke’s men may find it difficult to hold off the Cardiff charge.

Daniel Anwar

Huddersfield Town to beat Watford – 8/5

Huddersfield Town are four points above the relegation zone. A win against Watford could go a long way to securing their Premier League status.

David Wagner’s side beat the Hornets 4-1 earlier this season.

They’ll be confident of doing the double over them – Watford are without a win in four. 

Nick Murphy

Middlesbrough to beat Bristol City – 20/23

Bristol City extended their miserable away record to 11 matches without a win following defeat at Millwall last week.

And things won’t get any easier for the Robins at the Riverside.

Middlesbrough have won five of their last six matches on home turf. Their only dropped points in that run came against runaway leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.

It’s the Boro who get the nod in this one.

So there we go. This Saturday’s selections are Swansea/Huddersfield/Cardiff/Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest all to win!

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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