It’s exciting isn’t it. Just a few days away from Santa’s visit, a gut busting banquet, a snooze on the sofa in front of the TV, and then Boxing Day’s bumper sport schedule.
Hold up!!! There’s a weekend of betting to get through yet. Why not treat yourself to an early Christmas present (well try to anyway). Here is my attempt at giving myself the perfect early Christmas present. Saturday’s banker accumulator:
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Inverness CT v Dundee 3.00pm
Odds: 8/13 – Betfred
I rate Inverness a great bet to collect the points in front of home fans against a Dundee side that sit rock bottom of the Scottish Premier League with just 12 points mustered up from their 17 games.
Inverness are undefeated in 6 games, are knocking in absolute hatfuls of goals (16 in their last 6), and have claimed wins over Celtic, Hibernian and Aberdeen in this time.
Dundee have scored just 11 goals in total this season, and simply will not be able to live with an Inverness strike force that has seen Billy McKay hit a whopping 10 goals in his last 6 games!
Tottenham v Stoke 3.00pm
Odds: 8/13 – Betfred
Tottenham should be added to bets to put one over Stoke at White Hart Lane. While The Potters are undefeated in their last 5, they aren’t the same team away from The Brittania, ans Spurs should have too much for them in all areas here.
AVB’s men have won their last 5 at the Lane, and Stoke will be facing their toughest opponents for some time. Tony Pulis’s team always make things tough for the opposition, but Tottenham are in good heart at the moment and should claim their 6th successive home victory.
Ipswich Town v Bristol City 3.00pm
Odds: 8/11 – Betfred
I’m very surprised that the Tractor Boys aren’t a much shorter price for the visit of Bristol City.
Ipswich have really turned the corner form wise, and despite going down 2-0 to Leeds last weekend at Elland Road, Mick McCarthy’s men have picked up 10 points in their last 4 games at Portman Road which include good wins over Millwall, Forest, and Burnley.
Bristol City have big big problems when it comes to defending. They’ve been ivolved in games this season that have ended in rugby scores, and this bottom of the table clash is one that the home team are going to be totally wound up for. Get on Ipswich is my view.