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Ladbrokes News Acca: Support for Bournemouth, Preston and Middlesbrough

| 15.03.2018

There’s a mini beast from the east on the way this weekend, but that won’t stop the Ladbrokes News team.

Especially after we called five winners last week. The five-fold came together at around 25/1 if you were on it.

Our dander is up and we go again this Saturday, so here are the latest football tips…

Richard Marsh

Peterborough to beat Oxford United – 7/5

The Posh are in great form right now, and have pushed themselves into the play-off spots as a result.

They’re unbeaten in seven and that’s despite a change of manager. It’s two wins from two for new boss Steve Evans.

And that could become three when they visit an Oxford side who have lost six of their last eight.

Cian Carroll

Bournemouth to beat West Bromwich Albion – 4/5

Unless there’s some sort of miraculous turnaround, Alan Pardew looks like he’s going down with the West Brom ship. The Baggies have lost seven in a row, and seemingly all hope is gone.

They’re eight points adrift of safety and I see no reason why Bournemouth shouldn’t beat them at the Vitality Stadium.

Eddie Howe’s side have been inconsistent this season but they’ve generally goals in them. West Brom don’t.

Daniel Anwar

Preston North End to beat Sunderland – 23/20

Chris Coleman hasn’t been able to turn things around at Sunderland. Now Preston could push them a step closer to relegation.

There’s been precious little joy at the Stadium of Light for Black Cat fans this term. It doesn’t look like that will change here., especially as Preston have only lost one of their last 12 away trips.

Miguel Assuncao

Middlesbrough to beat Brentford – 15/8

Two teams in contrasting form meet at Griffin Park.

Boro have moved into the play-off spots off the back of four wins in five while the Bees have only won once in their last four.

With Patrick Bamford and Adama Traore in good form, Tony Pulis will no doubt be confident of another three points.

Nick Murphy 

Accrington Stanley to beat Forest Green Rovers – 5/6

John Coleman is performing a miracle at the Crown Ground this season.

Little Accrington Stanley have muscled their way to the top of League Two after winning 11 of their last 13 matches.

With Forest Green Rovers without a win in their last nine away matches, we’re backing the Lancashire hot shots for another resounding success in this one.

So there we go. This Saturday’s selections are Bournemouth/Preston/Middlesbrough/Peterborough and Accrington all to win!

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.