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Ladbrokes News Acca: Burnley, Leeds and Sheff Utd feature in 40/1 acca

| 13.10.2017

The international break is over and it’s back to the usual full dose of domestic league football.

And that means it’s the return of the Ladbrokes News acca.

Each member of the team has chosen one W-D-W selection from this Saturday’s 3pm kick-offs.

Here’s who we like the look of this weekend…

Rich Marsh

Burnley to beat West Ham

The Clarets are having a great time of things so far this season. Sean Dyche has created a real team unity at Turf Moor and they sit a deserved sixth before this weekend’s games.

That can’t be said of West Ham, who remain inconsistent and boast the league’s second-worst defence.

Burnley are more than a match for anyone – especially on home soil – and are a great price at 17/10.

Dave Burin

Sheffield United to beat Ipswich 

Chris Wilder’s Blades have won four of their five home league games this term, and should take another three points against a leaky Ipswich side.

The visitors have shipped eight goals in their last three outings, and high-flying United can take full advantage of their shaky backline.

Cian Carroll

Norwich City to beat Hull City

Daniel Farke’s Norwich have definitely turned a corner since their early-season slump.

Four wins and two draws from their last six games has shot them right up the table.

Hull are winless in five away from home and far prefer playing at the KCOM Stadium. The even-money on the Canaries singing about 3 points come 5pm on Saturday looks value.

Daniel Anwar

Leeds United to beat Reading

Leeds have dropped from first to fifth after a run of three defeats in their last four.

But all of those defeats came on the road. They’re at even-money to get back to winning ways against Reading at home.

Thomas Christiansen’s side are still unbeaten at Elland Road. They host a Reading side without a win since August in all competitions.

Nick Murphy

Sheffield Wednesday to beat Bolton Wanderers

We can’t understand why Sheffield Wednesday are even-money for this one.

Bolton have lost their last eight in all competitions and are yet to pick up a point at the Macron Stadium this season.

The Owls on the other hand come into this one full of confidence after trouncing local rivals Leeds United last time out.

So, there we go. Our five-fold acca comes in at an unmissable 40/1!

If you fancy it, you can back it right here.

And remember, thanks to our 5 Team Acca Insurance offer, it’s money back as a free bet if one team lets you down!*

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



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.