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Play Your Cards Right: 142/1 bookings accumulator for Saturday

Updated on 3:13pm GMT 10 March 2023
Play Your Cards Right: 142/1 bookings accumulator for Saturday

Sports Journalist at FST, Gareth qualified as a journalist after graduating from university and spent over a decade as a freelance broadcast journalist, commentator and tipster before joining FST. Now living in Manchester, he is a long suffering Bolton Wanderers fan who also enjoys boxing, the NBA, tennis and rugby league.

We’ve covered the main markets ahead of this weekend’s Premier League fixtures in our dedicated Match Predictions section and now I’ve explored a few other areas ahead of Saturday’s games.

I’ve picked out a candidate for a booking in each of the four 3pm kick offs on Saturday. You can use these selections for your own bet builders and/or player bets, or back all four in one 142/1 accumulator below.

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Everton vs Brentford
Best to be shown a card bet: James Tarkowski

Everton defender James Tarkowski has six bookings in 26 Premier League games this season and four of those have come in 11 matches since the World Cup break.

Tarkowski has been booked in each of his last two appearances and is averaging 1.5 fouls-per-game over his last 10 outings, up from a season average of 1.1, so he looks a strong contender for a card in the Goodison clash between Everton and Brentford.

Leicester vs Chelsea
Best to be shown a card bet: Enzo Fernandez

Chelsea’s January recruit Enzo Fernandez picked up his first booking since moving to London in the midweek win over Borussia Dortmund and looks a good outsider pick for a card against Leicester.

The Argentina international has been fairly well behaved since moving to Chelsea, committing just two fouls in five league games, but he averaged 1.1 fouls per-game at Benfica in the first half of the season, picking up three yellow cards, so he does have a physical side to his game and is likely to receive a few more bookings as the campaign progresses.

Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest
Best to be shown a card bet: Joe Worrall

Joe Worrrall has picked up six yellow cards in 20 Premier League outings this term, the most recent of which came against Manchester City in mid February.

Worrall has committed at least one foul in six of his last seven games, making eight in total during that run. The Forest defenders are likely to come under a lot of pressure at Tottenham on Saturday and as such Worrall appeals as a contender for a card.

Leeds vs Brighton
Best to be shown a card bet: Tyler Adams

Tyler Adams has six yellow cards and one red in 23 Premier League games this season and the Leeds midfielder looks a strong contender for a card when Brighton visit Elland Road on Saturday.

Leeds have committed more fouls than any other team in the Premier League so far and Adams has contributed to that. The USA international averages 1.6 foul-per-game in the league and 3.8 tackles, he also has two bookings in his last six games so he looks a good option to be booked in this fixture.


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