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Accumulator Betting Tip
Arsenal to beat Fulham 2/9:
Arsenal welcome Fulham to The Emirates on the weekend with hope of adding to their supreme winning momentum, by making the run of straight victories increase to six games. The Gunners are now top of the Barclays Premier League after an impressive away trip to Villa Park, crushing the claret and blue further down the league table. Now with one point clear at the top, they will have to supply another crushing display against league strugglers and London neighbours, Fulham. The Craven Cottage fans have been craving for a win but a recent loss against Sunderland has dampened their survival plans even more. Only two points separates Fulham from the drop zone so a heroic display at Arsenal is needed, if they were to grab something here, surely the confidence would boost. A tough task for Fulham, but a much more simple one for their opponents.
Manchester City to beat Cardiff 1/7:
Manchester City are edging closer each week to the top of the league and now sit just one point off Arsenal after a vital three points away to Newcastle, even though there was some dubious decisions in the game. The sky blues have racked up 13 points in their last five and if this form continues, a slip up by Arsenal could see an overtake. Goals have also been plenty for the blue half of Manchester, scoring in all of their last five games, one being a 6-0 thumping at home to West Ham. Cardiff will now travel to the Etihad Stadium and the Welsh side is in desperate need of some points. They will want to ignore the facts before the game, because City hasn’t lost a game here in over a month. Some hope maybe on Cardiff’s side because last time on their away trips, they defeated Newcastle producing a 2-0 score line. The sky blues will see this as a golden opportunity to squeeze pressure on Arsenal, and for Cardiff, defensive duties will have to be their main priority.
Wigan to beat Doncaster 3/4:
Uwe Rosler has rejuvenated the Latics and being unbeaten in seven games, the German mastermind has now guided Wigan up to 10th with only three points short off the play off positions. Wigan have been a tough team to beat since Rosler took over, the man who defeated and finished the Rams long unbeaten run, after a fine win last time out against new comers, Bournemouth, Wigan will be ready to take on the struggling, Doncaster Rovers. The red and white hoops are without a win in five and are on a three game losing streak. Paul Dickov will need something here to pull away from the relegation zone, especially when playing at home. However, the Latics have been gaining points both home and away with the German in charge and they will be ready to take advantage of this match up.
Middlesbrough to beat Charlton 5/6:
Aitor Karanka has revamped the Boro who have claimed ten points in their last five games. A cup defeat may have disappointed some fans losing 2-0 against Hull City, but Middlesbrough came out fighting against Blackpool and gained a vital three points away from home. Middlesbrough can now find them selves in 13th position, but if the winning form continues, a play off position may arrive over the horizon. Charlton’s first game back after recent postponements was a draw against League Two side, Oxford Utd in the FA Cup. Before the cup match up, Charlton would appear to be the draw specialists, gaining three points in their last four league games. It will be a long trip up north for Charlton and Middlesbrough will be looking to send the away side back down the country with unhappy faces.
Scunthorpe to beat Wimbledon 3/4:
The Irons are now top of the League Two table with a two-point lead over Burton after an impressive away result to Mansfield last weekend. Scunthorpe have now stretched their unbeaten run to nine games, winning their last three. Scunthorpe also boast a strong scoring character, two or more goals have been scored during these nine encounters. The Dons will be their next opponents who have struggled to find some firm ground during their last five games, only one win has been gained surrounded by three defeats and draw. This stumble has pushed Wimbledon down to 15th position, seven places may separated the Dons from 24th, but only four points separates Wimbledon from the bottom two. Scunthorpe will be looking to send over another push during this match, holding on to their winning mentality and eye for goal.
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