Football Accumulator Tips: 21/1 fourfold for Saturday

 | March 29 | 

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Despite the Friday/Monday Easter weekend schedule in the EFL, Saturday offers up a healthy helping of games from the Premier League and across the continent. This means we can search for value for Saturday’s Football Accumulator Tips, which you can find below.

Football Accumulator Tips - Saturday, March 30

  • Newcastle to beat West Ham
  • Chelsea to beat Burnley and over 3.5 goals
  • Manchester United to beat Brentford 
  • Lyon to beat Stade Reims 

Fourfold pays 21/1

Newcastle to beat West Ham

It’s the early kick-off, and despite what old tales would tell you, we are going to back it. Eddie Howe’s Newcastle are remarkable on home soil. They have the sixth-best home record in the league, with nine wins out of 14 league games so far this term. 

St James’ Park is such a massive factor in their success, and despite their injuries, they still maintain a huge amount of quality, especially in attacking areas. Anthony Gordon and Alexander Isak are going to be fit and firing and should be able to tear into a West Ham defence that has looked shaky at points this season. This early kick-off can get us off to a flying start. 

Chelsea to beat Burnley and over 3.5 goals

Chelsea have been scoring a lot of goals of late and their form has picked up over the last month or so. Since that 4-2 hammering at home to Wolves on February 2, they’ve only lost one game - the EFL Cup final to Liverpool. In that time, they’ve held Man City to a 1-1 draw, and scored three goals on four separate occasions. They also haven't kept a clean sheet since the 0-0 draw with Aston Villa at the end of January. 

The FA Cup has provided a welcome boost to their season, and it’s helped them find some confidence on home soil. They’ve scored 10 goals in their last three games at Stamford Bridge and I expect them to be able to tear apart a defence that has already conceded 63 goals this term.

Manchester United to beat Brentford 

Erik ten Hag has got his United side firing this year. I’ve been seriously impressed with the Red Devils since the turn of the year, and the epic FA Cup win over Liverpool is the highlight of a campaign that could still end with cup success. With Championship side Coventry to come in the semi-final, you would think an FA Cup final is on the horizon. 

Their next order of business however is an away trip to Brentford in the Premier League. United have been scoring plenty of goals of late and with the firepower of Rasmus Hojlund, Marcus Rashford and Alejandro Garnacho, I expect that to continue in the capital. Brentford haven’t won in their last five and they aren’t clear of relegation danger just yet. 

Lyon to beat Stade Reims 

Lyon are absolutely flying. In fact, they are one of the form teams across the whole of Europe and their sluggish start to the season has been long-forgotten. Pierre Sage has refreshed the team since taking charge at the end of November and he’s now won 12 of his 18 games in charge.

With a vibrant front three including Alexandre Lacazette and Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Lyon have the ability to score at will. They’ve now won six of their last seven Ligue 1 games, and Stade Reims will find it tough on Saturday night.

Check out our other Football Betting Tips here. 

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