Weekend acca for February 24-27
After thrilling European football dominated the midweek headlines, domestic fixtures are back with a bang to keep punters interested.
Here, FootyOn writers have picked out their punts for the upcoming weekend action, which could see you transform £1 into £473.78*.
Read on to take our sevenfold weekend acca for February 24-27…
Wolverhampton Wanderers to beat Birmingham City
Birmingham haven’t beaten Wolves away in their last 10 league meetings. Gianfranco Zola has also lost five of his last six.
Back Wolves at 9/10* with BetVictor to claim three points at the Molineux.
Leeds United and Sheffield Wednesday to draw
This is arguably the best Leeds have been since falling out of the Premier League all those years ago.
However, their weekend opponents Wednesday have only tasted one defeat in their last six outings.
Look to back a draw this weekend at 11/5*, as these two play-off hopefuls look to sustain their push.
Huddersfield Town to beat Barnsley
David Wagner’s impressive Terriers come into the fixture against the Tykes on the back of winning six straight league games. Meanwhile, Barnsley have won just once in five.
A 21/20* punt on the Terriers emerging with three points looks a safe bet.
Chelsea and Swansea City to draw
The Blues have only been defeated once in 19 league games, but recently draws have dominate their results.
Combine this with a resurgent City side that haven’t lost against the Blues in their last three games (two draws and a win) and 11/2* on a draw looks great value.
Hull City to beat Burnley
Unbeaten in their last three home matches, Marco Silva’s Hull welcome a Burnley side that possess the Premier League’s worst away record – having failed to win on the road this season.
Therefore, odds of 23/20* look appealing.
Norwich City to beat Ipswich Town
Norwich are unbeaten in this fixture over the last seven meetings and Ipswich have only tasted victory once in their previous seven league match-ups.
Odds of 7/10* favour Alex Neil’s Canaries to win.
Liverpool to beat Leicester City
Few things are certain in football, but the Foxes losing to Liverpool has the air of a sure bet.
Reigning Premier League champions Leicester, have failed to score a league goal this calendar year and look unlikely to take advantage of the Reds’ weak defence.
Considering Leicester’s recent slide, 3/5* on a Liverpool win is generous indeed.
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*All odds correct the time of publishing.