TSS Acca Tips 18/2/17

I seem to be having a lot of luck betting recently, getting some decent profits. Unless it’s the weekend. Never on the weekend. Here we go again, fingers crossed. Here are our tips;

Burton vs Norwich – Norwich to win @ 11/10
We mentioned Norwich being in good form on our latest podcast, and I’m putting the trust in them myself this weekend. Burton did not play midweek, but they got spanked 4-1 against high flying Brighton last weekend, having beaten Wolves 2-1 the game before, which ended a five game losing streak at home for the Brewers. They’ve lost nine in the Championship since the beginning of September, whilst Norwich are unbeaten in six, and are scoring for fun. An impressive 5-1 thrashing of Nottingham Forest last weekend was followed by a 2-2 draw against league leaders Newcastle, and we expect to see them continue their good form today.

Cardiff vs Rotherham – Cardiff to win @ 4/7
Just a single point away from home for Rotherham all season sees them sitting well behind the pack in 24th place, and almost certain to go down – so we’re not putting any confidence in them at all. Cardiff are coming off two impressive victories away from home – a 4-3 against Derby and a 2-0 victory at Leeds. Cardiff have won three at home since the start of the year – and should make it number four today.

Barnsley vs Brighton – BTTS Yes and Brighton to win @ 3/1
Our third game from the Championship today sees 9th vs 2nd. Brighton have been up and down recently, with only the two wins in their last five outings, not expected from a team who look to get automatic promotion. They were poor against Ipswich in the week, and are bound to want to make up for that. They have scored in 14 of their last 15 games and have conceded eight in the last three away games. Barnsley are having a good season, and they have scored two or more in five of their last seven at home.

A tenner with SkyBet would see a return of £128.80


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