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Liverpool and Leicester to take spoils in four-division acca

| 29.11.2013

It’s that time of the week where we pick a winner from each of the four highest divisions in the land and lair them together to make a potentially lucrative fourfold.

A successful fourfold pays out at around 15/1 with Ladbrokes.

Liverpool to beat Hull @ 8/13

When faced with opposition from the lower half of the Premier League table this season, the high-flying Reds have won out on all six occasions.

This is bad news for Steve Bruce and Hull then, especially as the Tigers haven’t beaten Liverpool in 16 attempts in all competitions, losing 12 of those.

Leicester to beat Millwall @ 4/7

A derby loss to Nottingham Forest aside, the Walkers Stadium has been a bastion of strength for Leicester this season, where the Foxes have won six and drawn the other.

Now Leicester entertain one of the worst travellers in the division in Millwall, who’ve lost three of their last four away from the Den.

Preston to beat Bristol City @ 4/5

What better time to kick a team than while their down. Bristol City’s form has been so dire they have relived manager Sean O’Driscoll of his duties.

Don’t expect one of the form teams in League One to show any mercy on the ruddlerless Robins either, as third-place Preston are unbeaten in seven, beating early pace-setters Leyton Orient among four other sides in that run.

Oxford to beat Fleetwood @ 12/5

This price on League Two’s leaders couldn’t be ignored. Oxford have been imperious on the road this season, winning six of eight games without facing defeat.

Although Fleetwood have been strong at home, their form has dipped recently. The Trawlermen have lost two of their last three, including a defeat to bottom side Northampton.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.