Ladbrokes News Acca: West Ham, Norwich, and Fulham lead 40/1 five-fold

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The Ladbrokes News team are back in the saddle with their best picks of Saturday afternoon’s 3pm kick-offs.

This five-fold looks pretty nice with some confidently-chosen selections.

Here’s who we’re going for this weekend…

Cian Carroll

Norwich City to beat Sheffield United

It would be unwise to say the Sheffield United bubble has burst. But their form has nosedived over recent weeks. The Blades have won just once in their last 10 league games and dropped to sixth in the table.

Norwich haven’t been pulling up any trees, either. But the Canaries were brilliant in midweek against Chelsea. And despite their FA Cup exit, should still be chuffed with their performance.

Daniel Farke’s side have won two of their last four at Carrow Road and we think 33/20 on them is a nice price here.

Nick Murphy

Accrington Stanley to beat Port Vale

Stanley are in excellent form.

John Coleman’s side has won three on the spin without conceding a goal.

Port Vale, by contrast, have lost their last two on the road and are winless at the Crown Ground in their last three visits.

The home side make plenty of appeal at 27/20.

Dan Anwar

West Ham United to beat Bournemouth

Bournemouth might have beaten Arsenal last week, but they’ve lost four of their last five games on the road. The Cherries are likely to struggle against a resurgent West Ham side.

David Moyes has answered his critics after a run of six games without defeat. With Marko Arnautovic in great form, a 19/20 home win looks on the cards.

Dave Burin

Oxford United to beat Bury

The managerless Shakers are adrift at the bottom of League One. They’ve lost eight consecutive games, scoring just two goals in the process.

Saturday sees the North-West club make the trip to play-off chasing Oxford.

The U’s have won three of their last four home league games, including an impressive 3-1 defeat of MK Dons. Victory for Oxford looks generously-priced at 21/20.

Miguel Assuncao

Fulham to beat Burton Albion

Fulham’s impressive home league record will be put to the test by a Burton Albion side more comfortable playing away.

The Cottagers have won their last four on the banks of the Thames while Nigel Clough’s men have won their last three on their travels.

However, with Slavisa Jokanovic‘s men quietly climbing the league, 4/9 for a Fulham win looks a good shout.

So there we go. This weekend’s five-fold is available at 40/1!

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

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Cian Carroll

Starting life as a football columnist for his local paper in Dundalk, Cian has written for a number of media outlets with pieces published in The Birmingham Mail and Spain’s El Mundo Deportivo. A lover of football, GAA, boxing, rugby and MMA, he’s a big Aston Villa and Dundalk fan. He can be regularly spotted on various mountain tops.