A full schedule of Saturday promises plenty of potential profit, and we’re hoping to jump on board with this 10/1 on the afternoon’s English league fixtures.
We’ve picked three home sides to win their respective matches and hope they will send their fans home happy while putting a huge smile on our faces too.
Here are our selections.
Burnley v Huddersfield Town
Premier League new boys Huddersfield Town have enjoyed a fantastic start to the campaign, but recent results suggest that they are being brought back down to earth. There’s a good chance that those sentiments will carry on as they make the difficult trip to Turf Moor.
The Terriers lost at West Ham before suffering a Carabao Cup defeat to Crystal Palace too. While a home draw with Leicester between those fixtures shows that David Wagner’s men are capable of being competitive, Burnley won’t have much to fear.
After all, Sean Dyche’s men are enjoying a great opening to the campaign in spite of some very tough fixtures. With Chris Woods adding to the firepower that was already there last season, the Clarets should fancy their chances.
It certainly won’t be easy for the hosts, but they should be capable of sealing all three points.
Preston North End v Millwall
In the Championship, Alex Neil’s Preston are currently enjoying an unbeaten streak that stretches back five games. As they welcome Millwall to Deepdale, the Lancashire will be confident about extending it to six.
The Lilywhites remain unbeaten at home after four league matches, registering six goals and conceding just once in the process. After scoring three in each of their last two fixtures, confidence will be high against a poorly travelled Lions who are yet to win on their travels.
Sean Maguire and co. will be eager to score more goals against the Londoners. In truth, Neil Harris’s side are more than capable of finding the target too. Sadly for the visiting fans, defensive weaknesses could still haunt them.
Millwall will put up a fight, not least after their great win over Leeds. On home turf, however, we’re backing Preston to prevail.
Crewe Alexandra v Carlisle United
Keith Curle has faced considerable criticism from the Carlisle fans in recent weeks with their poor away form standing out as one of the main negatives. Unfortunately for the Cumbrians, it could get even worse as they head to Gresty Road.
Carlisle may have picked up a couple of home draws recently, but they have won just one of four League Two away games. Perhaps more worryingly, the visitors have shipped 10 goals in that period.
Crewe are’t exactly in sparkling form, winning just one of their last four league matches. David Artell’s men have shown an ability to find the net, though, which could be telling against the weak Carlisle defence. While they do have defensive problems of their own, there’s a good chance that they can restrict the visitors to only a few chances.
While this selection does come with risk, the odds are too good to ignore. Let’s just hope the other two games also roll in.