The Soccer Sofa’s Acca Tips 11/2/17

It’s that time of the week again. Football. Betting. Let’s not lose any money this week though – here are our tips for this weekend’s footy.

Manchester United vs Watford – Man Utd Win @ 1/4
Jose Mourinho’s men have had a favourable run of games recently, but with three draws in their last five games, they simply can not afford to drop more points, especially at Old Trafford. They did however win their last outing 3-0 against Leicester, which could see them start a new run of wins. Watford will be on a high after picking up three points against Arsenal, but I think this United team will only be going up the table from here on.

Middlesborough vs Everton – Everton Win @ 11/10
Everton look as if they have got into the swing of things under Ronald Koeman, and with Lukaku banging in four last weekend, confidence is sure to run high throughout the side. Everton have won four of their last five, scoring 15 in the process. Boro on the other hand will most likely be without Gaston Ramirez for this one, losing would see them go eight games without a win.

Leeds vs Cardiff – Leeds Win @ 17/20
Leeds haven’t look their best on the road recently, but at Elland Road they have won their last six matches without conceding a single goal. Cardiff on the other hand have lost three of their last four matches, however they were against high-flying Brighton and Reading respectively. Cardiff have yet to pick up three points against any of the top six teams in the league.

I’m going to keep it as three games today, as I need to get back to winning ways in regards to the weekends fixtures. A tenner on this would see returns of £48.56 with Sky Bet.

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