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Football Accumulator Tips Saturday 8th November

There’s no Football League One, Two, or Conference football this weekend, so emphasis is on the Premier League and Championship.

There’s plenty of action too, with a host of potential home wins in the Premier League. In the Championship, there could be some away wins worth putting some money on.

So let’s see the games worth putting on your Saturday accumulator.

Burnley vs Hull City (Burnley to win – 13/8)

Burnley could finally end their winless run in the Premier League this weekend against Hull City. The Clarets best form has come at home, and Hull City are notoriously poor travellers.

Steve Bruce’s side have lost one and drawn three of their last four away games, and that will give Burnley hope. As a result, Paddy Power are giving tasty odds of 13/8 for Burnley to win at home against Hull City this weekend.

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace (Manchester United to win – 1/3 )

Crystal Palace have lost three of their last four in the league, while conceding the third-most away goals this season. Their opponents

Manchester United have defensive worries ahead of their weekend clash against Crystal Palace, but with three wins and one draw from their last four at Old Trafford, Coral are giving odds of 1/3 for Manchester United to win at home against Crystal Palace.

Southampton vs Leicester City (Southampton to win – 40/85)

An in-form Southampton are confident of getting a result against Leicester, given recent performances of the two sides.

Saints have won their last three in the league without conceding a goal, while the Foxes have lost and failed to score in four of their previous five.

Boylesports are giving odds of 40/85 for Southampton to win at home against Leicester City.

West Ham United vs Aston Villa (West Ham to win – 3/4)

West Ham could inflict a seventh consecutive league defeat for Aston Villa this weekend. The Hammers, sitting in a lofty 5th place, have won three and drawn one of their last four games. Sam Allardyce men have also won three consecutive home games.

As for Villa, Paul Lambert’s side have lost six on the bounce, scoring just one goal in the process. The Midlands outfit have scored only two goals from their five away games.

Unsurprisingly, BetVictor are giving odds of 3/4 for West Ham to win at home against Aston Villa.

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Blackburn Rovers   (Blackburn to win – 27/10)

In the Championship, Blackburn Rovers have come into some fine form. The Blue and Whites have won two and drawn two in their last five away games, and travel to face a Brighton side averaging just one goal a game on home soil.

With Albion have won just once in their last 12 games, and Blackburn are unbeaten in six, Bet365 are giving odds of 27/10 for Blackburn to win away against Brighton.

Fulham vs Huddersfield Town (Fulham to win – 23/20)

In-form Fulham are hoping to continue their momentum against travel-sick Huddersfield. Fulham have won three and drawn one of their last four games at Craven Cottage, while Huddersfield’s away form has seen them losing four and drawing twice in eight games on their travels.

As a result, William Hill are giving odds of 23/20 for Fulham to win at home against Huddersfield Town.

Nottingham Forest vs Norwich City (Norwich to win – 13/8)

Nottingham Forest are hoping to arrest their slide in the Championship this weekend, but they face a tough Norwich team looking to take advantage of their dip in form.

Forest are winless in their last nine league games, losing back-to-back matches at home to a 3-1 scoreline. As for Norwich, only Middlesbrough, Bournemouth and Derby have a better away record than the Canaries this season, so Betfred are giving odds of 13/8 for Norwich City to win away against Nottingham Forest.

Reading vs Charlton Athletic (Reading to win – 17/20)

Reading are hoping for a comfortable home win against a Charlton side who have been terrible on the road. The Royals at typically strong on home soil, winning back-to-back at the Madejski Stadium to a 3-0 scoreline.

Charlton, away from home, have picked up just one win all season. The Addicks have lost two and drawn five of their eight games on their travels.

As a result, Coral are giving odds of 17/20 for Reading to win at home against Charlton Athletic.

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