Saturday afternoon comes around again and another full fixture list is full of matches to get our teeth stuck into. We've selected 5 best bets to add to your accumulator. 



Bournemouth v Leicester – Over 2.5 goals 

On paper this looks like it must one of the highest scoring games of the weekend in the Premier League. Both sides like to attack and both have proved that defending isn't either of their strong points. Bournemouth squeezed past West Ham last weekend by 4 goals to 3 and a hattrick for Callum Wilson will have done his confidence the world of good. He should be fit and firing for this. Leciester drew 1-1 with Spurs, another superb strike from Mahrez put them back on level terms. They should find the Bournemouth defence slightly easier to breach and I would expect goals here. 


Brentford v Reading – Reading Draw No Bet

I'm yet to be convinced by Brentford this season, they appear to be selling the majority of their best players, the latest to leave being Andre Gray and they haven't been anywhere near as effective as last season. Perhaps new manager Marinus Dijkhuizen is still finding his feet, but I felt they got lucky against Bristol City after Luke Freeman's moment of madness. They lost to Burnley last week and I think it is perhaps worth taking a risk on Reading on the Draw No Bet market. Steve Clarke's side haven't exactly set the world alight, but the only game they've come unstuck was at Birmingham, who are impressive at St Andrews. 


Blackpool v Walsall – Walsall to score over 1.5 goals

I was slightly surprised when I saw the price of this particular bet. Blackpool have had a rotten campaign so far and their manager Neil McDonald admits he is concerned for his side. They are young, but inexperienced and so far it has taken its toll. Walsall have started the season like a house on fire, including dumping Championship side Brighton out of the cup in midweek. They are rewarded with a tie against Chelsea, but they have also been effective in the league. Blackpool haven't conceded fewer than 2 goals in any of their matches so far, so it seems likely that the free scoring Saddlers can fill their boots here. 


Peterborough v Gillingham – Gillingham Draw No Bet 

Peterborough have not started the campaign well. I have written them off a few times recently and with 3 consecutive defeats, they have won me a little bit of money. They are up against the impressive Gills here. Justin Edinburgh may have shuffled his pack in midweek in the loss to Birmingham, but he will have his strongest 11 up for this game and they are attractively priced here. Bradley Dack has 5 goals in 5 and the impressive Cody McDonald is still making his way back to full fitness. They've won 3, drawn 1 this season and look a good proposition to beat an ailing Peterborough side. 


Plymouth v Newport – Plymouth to score over 1.5 goals 

A slightly better price than the win. I don't think there's any doubt that Plymouth should be too strong for Newport. They've started the season impressively under Derek Adams and I think can score at least a couple here. Graham Carey and Jake Jervis scored in a 2-0 win over Northampton last weekend and that was a thoroughly decent result for the Pilgrims. Newport have been less impressive, but they did fight back from 2-0 down against Leyton Orient, albeit losing the match in the end. I think Terry Butcher's side will struggle to contain the rampant South Westerners in this one. 


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