Market Movers: 23/1 accumulator featuring the best backed teams this Saturday

Market Movers: 23/1 accumulator featuring the best backed teams this Saturday
Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
January 30, 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.

It’s common for betting odds to fluctuate in the run up to kick off as punters start to put their money behind certain teams, with team news, weather conditions and insider knowledge all potentially affecting the price of any given team.

With a full schedule of Premier League, EFL and European domestic action on offer this weekend, we’ve scoured through the fixture list to identify some of the best backed teams this Saturday and built a 23/1 accumulator.

The wisdom of the crowd is a very real phenomenon, and our weekly Market Movers feature takes advantage of the changing trends.

For more free betting tips ahead of Saturday’s action, make sure to check out all our football tips here.


Saturday’s Market Movers accumulator

Derby vs Bristol City (Championship) – 15:00

Derby to win at 10/11

Wayne Rooney has no fresh injury concerns and could name an unchanged starting lineup after winning back-to-back games in the Championship.

Bristol City will be without Tommy Rowe at left-back and, while the visitors’ form is good, away from home they have lost four consecutive league matches.

Lincoln City vs Doncaster (League One) – 15:00

Lincoln City to win at 21/20

Doncaster have a few major injury doubts, with captain James Coppinger the most damaging potential absentee and Madger Gomes and Tyreece John-Jules also struggling after missing their midweek clash with Wimbledon.

Lincoln City manager Michael Appleton has a fully fit squad to choose from and his table-topping side come into this having won six of their last seven in all competitions.

Bolton vs Leyton Orient (League Two) – 15:00

Bolton to win at 23/20

Bolton manager Ian Evatt has finally started to wring some decent performances out of the squad since switching to a 4-3-3 and they could end their winless streak today.

They face a Leyton Orient side who are without top goalscorer Danny Johnson, with Dan Happe joining him on the sidelines after his red card in midweek. The visitors have lost six of their last seven away games.

Nacional vs Famalicao (Portuguese Primeira) – 15:30)

Famalicao to win at 7/5

Attacker Brayan Riascos is a doubt for Nacional and could join suspended centre back Pedro Henrique on the sidelines as the hosts look for their first win in 2021. They have lost four of their five matches since that last victory, including each of their last three home games.

Famalicao have shown signs of improvement recently after a difficult season, and a win in their last away game at Santa Clara will boost their confidence ahead of this clash.

Inter Milan vs Benevento (Serie A) – 19:45)

Inter Milan to win at 1/5

Antonio Conte is expected to start a strong team as his Inter Milan side target the top of Serie A. They have won eight of their last 11 competitive games and lost just one in that period and morale will be high after their fiery-tempered win over arch rivals Milan in midweek.

Benevento, on the other hand, find themselves slipping down the table after winning just one of their last five, with three of those ending in defeat.


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