The return of the full domestic schedule is always welcome at Ladbrokes News.
The Premier League and Championship are back in action to assist League One and League Two in providing all the options for our latest acca.
With renewed vigour and even more studious consideration, each member of the Ladbrokes News crew have cast their eyes over the Saturday 15:00 games across the Prem and the football league.
Here’s who we fancy this week…
Accrington Stanley to beat Newport County
Accrington are doing superbly this season. The Lancashire outfit sit second and have collected seven points from their last three games.
They’ve also won five of their eight fixtures at the Wham Stadium. Visitors Newport are winless in four, and have been defeated in four of their last six on the road.
John Coleman’s hosts are 11/10 for another three points for their promotion charge.
Liverpool to beat Southampton
Jurgen Klopp’s men are unbeaten at home in the league this season where they’ve only conceded once.
That’s bad news for a Southampton side who haven’t won away since mid-September.
The Reds have scored seven goals in their last two games and look a good call at 2/5.
Nottingham Forest to beat Birmingham
The Blues have managed a single point from their past four games, and have now gone a staggering 431 minutes without finding the net.
Visiting Forest are flying right now, with three wins in their last four games – including a 4-0 rout of Queen’s Park Rangers. Mark Warburton’s men are 15/8 to take maximum points at St. Andrew’s.
Burnley to beat Swansea City
Sean Dyche is still in charge at Burnley, which means they’ll be as well-drilled as ever against Swansea.
The Swans lack creativity in the final third and could struggle to break the hosts down. Burnley’s first top-flight win against Swansea looks on the cards at 11/10.
Notts County to beat Cheltenham
The best home side in League Two take on one of the worst on the road as Notts County host Cheltenham Town at Meadow Lane.
Kevin Nolan’s league leaders have won six from eight on home turf, including three of their last four.
They may be going through a sticky patch on the road, but they can make the most of home comforts against a Robins side that have won just once on their travels.
County are handily priced at 21/20 for all three points.
So, there we go. Our five-fold acca comes in at a juicy 35/1!
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