Experts Best Bets: FST, Scott Minto, Dan Childs and Steve Davies team up to build 72/1 acca!

Experts Best Bets: FST, Scott Minto, Dan Childs and Steve Davies team up to build 72/1 acca!
Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
February 12, 2021
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Content Manager at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

FST’s football experts are back again to team up with another trio of tipsters for Saturday’s action as we look to squeeze as much value as possible out of the burgeoning fixture list.

Aaron Rogan, Simon Winter and Alex Wrigley from FST are joined by former Premier League player Scott Minto and the Racing Post duo of Dan Childs and Steve Davies.

Our experts continued to impress last week, with Mark Langdon landing an incredible 10th winner on the bounce on Saturday and keeping him top of the leaderboard with a profit of 6.6 points. James Milton isn’t far behind with 5.02 units profit from his eight tips, while all three of the FST trio remain in the green.

Let’s hope for more of the same this weekend, and remember to check out the rest of our football tips here.


Saturday’s Experts Acca

Aaron Rogan

Football journalist and Serie A and Championship expert at Free Super Tips

Union Berlin vs Schalke – Union Berlin over 1.5 team goals at 5/6

Bottom side Schalke have conceded 30 times in just nine away games in the Bundesliga. They have conceded at least twice in eight of those trips. Overall this term the struggling visitors have conceded twice or more in 15 of 20 league games.

Union Berlin should thrive against a backline that poor. The hosts have played the other bottom three sides at home and won 9-0 on aggregate. They have hit 21 goals in their 10 home matches so far so backing over 1.5 Union Berlin goals looks like the best way to go in this one.

Alex Wrigley

Sports Editor at Free Super Tips.

Sevilla vs Huesca – Sevilla to win to nil at 5/4

Sevilla’s heroic run of form continued with a midweek Copa del Rey triumph over Barcelona and they look set to make it nine wins on the bounce on Saturday.

Julen Lopetegui is expected to rotate his forward line with the Champions League tie with Dortmund coming up, but this game is likely to be won at the back anyway. They have won to nil in six consecutive games and have conceded just 16 La Liga goals all season, seven of which have come on home soil.

Huesca, by comparison, have lost six of their last eight competitive games and have failed to score in three of their last five.  The bottom-placed side are showing signs of improvement, but they will struggle against this immovable Sevilla defence.

Simon Winter

Premier League expert and journalist at Free Super Tips.

Granada vs Atletico Madrid – Atletico Madrid to win at 4/5

Atletico Madrid have pulled clear at the top of La Liga after a superb run of eight wins from their last night games, and the title contenders are worth backing to maintain their momentum at Granada’s expense.

The hosts are floundering having delivered just one win in seven league tests, and Granada were thumped 6-1 by Atletico in the teams reverse fixture back in September.

Scott Minto

Former Premier League footballer and host of the Different League podcast.

Sunderland vs Doncaster – Doncaster double chance at 4/5

I don’t know why Sunderland struggle so much at the Stadium of Light because there isn’t the expectation of the crowd at the moment but the Black Cats still seem to fill the pressure of playing at home.

They have only won four of their 13 home games in League One and could find it really difficult to see off fifth-placed Doncaster, who are above them in the table with games in hand on all those around them.

Donny have beaten leaders Lincoln twice, won at Portsmouth and Charlton so they should not fear the trip to Wearside.

Dan Childs

Sports journalist and EFL expert at Racing Post

Cardiff vs Coventry – Cardiff to win at 1/1 

Seasoned Championship manager Mick McCarthy is having a positive impact at Cardiff and can lead the Bluebirds to a third successive victory at the expense of Coventry, who are this weekend’s visitors to the Welsh capital.

McCarthy is still awaiting his first home win at the Bluebirds helm but his team’s confidence is rising after away successes at Bristol City (2-0) and Rotherham (2-1).

Reaching the playoffs will be a tough ask but Cardiff can take another step forward against relegation-threatened Coventry, who have failed to win any of their last three matches.

Steve Davies

Football journalist at Racing Post

Northampton vs Burton Albion – Burton Albion to win at 7/4

Northampton and Burton, League One’s bottom two, meet in a daren’t-lose showdown for the pair of them, and it’s the visiting Brewers who look the bet.

They’ve started to pick up under returning boss (and ex-Northampton chief) Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink – they beat Hull 1-0 last week – whereas the Cobblers are really struggling.

Four games without a goal and one win in 11 has cost Keith Curle his job and Town look toothless.


 


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