Football expert Ryan Elliott has identified a tasty 10/1 treble this Saturday!
Norwich v Brighton - Premier League - 12:30
At 13/10, I believe Brighton are really good value to beat Norwich away.
The Seagulls, despite being turned over by a very impressive Manchester United outfit last time out, will be delighted with how the restart has gone for them, and without the presence of home fans inside Carrow Road, their superior quality should prove the difference against the league’s bottom side.
Norwich have lost all of their games since the restart without so much as scoring (in the league), and considering how comfortably Brighton beat them at The Amex earlier in the season, this is a price that looks well worth taking.
Brighton win and they’re as good as safe, and win I believe they will.
Man Utd v Bournemouth - Premier League - 15:00
All of a sudden, Manchester United look like a very, very good team, and I’m backing them to beat Bournemouth with a -1 handicap.
United have won back-to-back league games 3-0 against Sheffield United and Brighton, and for that reason I really fear for Bournemouth.
The Cherries were turned over 4-1 by Newcastle in humiliating fashion last time out, and they’ve also lost 2-0 to Crystal Palace since the restart, so I’d be very surprised if they prevented this rampant United side from registering another big win on Saturday.
It’s looking like Bournemouth need something special to stay in the division, and I’m not convinced they have anything left in their locker.
Stoke v Barnsley - Championship - 15:00
Finally, I’m going a little bigger: Barnsley to beat Stoke at a huge 12/5.
This price is simply too big to ignore. First of all, Stoke will be playing in an empty stadium, so automatically their ‘home advantage’ is nullified.
We also need to look at form and momentum. Gerhard Struber has given his Barnsley side a serious chance of staying in the division, and has taken seven points from their last three – keeping a clean sheet on every occasion.
As for Stoke, they’ve taken just one point from three, and have now tasted back-to-back defeats against Middlesbrough and Wigan without finding the net; they’re in free-fall.
Put simply, as we speak, Barnsley are better than Stoke, and if they win they’ll leapfrog the Potters, sending them into deeper peril.
12/5 for Barnsley to win is impossible to ignore.