With five Premier League games and a pretty large Championship fixture list on Tuesday night, I’ve decided to invest in a little four-timer which looks very strong on paper. While a couple of my selections are pretty short odds and backing them singly doesn’t really appeal, after bunching them together in an accumulator I’m happy with the potential returns.
Everton v Manchester City
I’ve gone into far more detail in my betting preview of this game, but City are my best bet of the night by some way.
Everton are yet to win against a top half team this season, and it doesn’t come much harder than Manchester City.
The odds available are good value in my opinion and I have also invested in City as a hefty single bet.
Tottenham v Wigan
This is a no brainer and Spurs have been added to boost the odds.
Wigan won’t be able to cope with the quality and pace of Tottenham, and I think they’re on a hiding to nothing at White Hart Lane tonight.
I’ve already backed them to keep a clean sheet tonight in my Premier League tips and thoughts post, and Spurs should take this with the minimum of fuss.
Blackpool v Coventry
The Seasiders have impressed me in recent weeks and I’m taking them to beat Coventry at Bloomfield Road tonight.
They’ve already beaten Middlesbrough(3-0) and Crystal Palace(2-1) at home in 2012, and although Coventry have improved recently at home, their away record still reads terribly with 6 straight losses and just 3 points picked up in 13 games on the road this season.
Hull v Doncaster
Doncaster have lost 12 of their 14 away games this season and it will be more of the same at the KC Stadium tonight.
Hull are looking good for the play-offs and will be well prepared to beat their opponents who sit just one position from the foot of the table.
The Tigers have won 4 of their last 5 at home- including decent wins over Leicester and Birmingham, and shouldn’t be troubled by Doncaster here.