Saturday’s Football Tips: United to Show More Firepower than Gunners

It was pleasing to get another Super Single winner on a Friday night of few matches.

Scunthorpe did the business at 1/1 on the Draw No Bet market, winning 1-0 – if only I’d been brave enough to take them at 9/5. In fact, well done to all of Friday’s winners especially Hullshaker who nailed a 9/1 both teams to score in both halves winner in Brazil where the game finished 7-2!

On to the weekend…

Saturday’s Betting Tips

It’s unusual to have as many as six Premier League matches on a Saturday these days, especially with three of them kicking off at 3pm. I’ve posted my take on the half-dozen matches over here and the pick of the bunch is a 7/5 Bet Builder from the Etihad where Man City can get among the goals and the Blades in among the cards.

Arsenal have yet to convince despite a run recent wins and United are an upgrade on teams they’ve faced lately despite their shock loss in midweek.

The wheels have come off for Middlesborough in the Championship who now find themeslves 14 points behind top-of-the-table opponents Norwich. with all the usual early ‘kick-off’ caveats the Caneries should get the day off to a profitable start at 17/20 (Ladbrokes).

In Scotland Hearts can take a major towards a return to the Premiership with a win over Dunfermline which would see them stretch their lead at the top of the table. Games at Tynecastle have averaged almost 5.5 goals per match with every one seeing over 2.5 goas. A Jambos win and over 2.5 goals pays 21/10.

Get ready for the weekend with our previews from SlipsTips and KevMac including Saturday’s Copa Libertadores final from the Maracana live on the BBC Red Button.

Super Single

  • Man City to score 2+ & Sheff Utd 2+ Yellow Cards 7/5 (Bet365 BetBuilder)

Top Treble

  • Norwich
  • Man Utd to Score 2+
  • Hearts & Over 2.5 Goals
  • 6.53/1 at Bet365

Saturday’s Racing Tips

Alan Thomson has unearthed four solid Saturday bets at Lingfield and Doncaster while the Voice of Value has picked two horses with each-way chances.

It’s less than 50 days until the greatest show on turf; The Cheltenham Festival. Voice of Value has taken a look at the four Champion Races across two posts and they’re well worth a read if you fancy an ante-post punt.

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