Both Teams to Score Betting Tip for Saturday’s Football


FA Cup action returns this weekend to compliment action in the Championship and the Premier League. We have a both teams to score five-fold at 15/1 with William Hill.

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Both Teams to Score Betting Tip

Kidderminster v Newport 8/13:

The FA Cup returns this weekend and this encounter is surely going to produce a thriller. Newport County will have some knowledge of Kidderminster from last seasons campaign, and they travel back to the conference stadium with high hopes of progressing. Kidderminster in Round 1 came out winners against Sutton Utd, scoring a bundle of goals producing a 4-1 score line.  Within the conference league, Kidderminster currently sit in 3rd position, eyeing promotion for another season running. The welsh side, Newport County; have also be making a fairy tale of a season. The newly promoted side lie in 8th position with only one point of the play off places. Newport come into this match with a five game unbeaten streak, while bagging six goals within four of these games. Last time out in the cup for Newport County, they did need an extra tie to see off another conference side: Baintree. Round 3 will await the champions of this tie.

West Brom v Norwich 7/10:

Both teams are struggling to find three points at the moment in the Barclays Premier League, so this match should mean that all guns will be blazing for both the stripes and the canaries. West Brom in particular, have failed to gain a victory in their last four games. However, firepower has been on the blue and white stripes side because they have scored in all of their last five games, totalling ten goals. Points dropped from a winning position against Chelsea and local rivals, Aston Villa will make West Brom think again when they take the lead. West Brom will have to kick-start something early in this match after their last two games have ended by a one-goal loss against Newcastle and Manchester City. The canaries are stuck in a more awkward position, the yellow and greens only have four points off the drop zone, but they too will be looking at this tie to take advantage and try and gain something. In their last five games, Norwich have been under the power of two drubbings, one being against Manchester City, losing 7-0 and most recently against Liverpool, losing 5-1. Houghton will need his team to switch on for this one.

Brighton v Leicester 8/11:

The Amex hasn’t seen their team produce the quality as of last season during this Championship campaign. Brighton have failed to clinch a victory in their last two games. This dip of form has temporary ruined how the team was coasting in their last three games. In all of their last five encounters, goals have been scored and with the home support behind them, they will hope to dampen Leicester’s promotion ambitions. Leicester travel to the coast, sitting at the top of the table, only just though, as they hold the same total as points as expected table toppers, QPR. Goals will be needed if the table will continue to be this tight at the top. Leicester will see this match up as a vital opportunity because they have proven they can win away, as they did comfortably against Watford.

Ipswich v Huddersfield 4/5:

Ipswich have been revitalised this season under the management of Mick Mcarthy and the Tractor Boys haven’t been short of goals either. The East Anglians have notched up nine goals in their last five games, including victories against ex Premiership outfits: Blackburn and Blackpool. Their opponents, Huddersfield, have also been rejuvenated so far and will be ever more eager in clinching a play off position this time round. Huddersfield maybe notorious for rugby action, but the football has been doing the talking most recently, as Huddersfield are currently on a three game win streak, one being against Burnley.

Sunderland v Tottenham 10/11:

The black cats look like they are in serious trouble, even under new management, but they can be credited with their fight and desire in games, which has ended up with Sunderland smashing in some goals. Sunderland nearly saw of Chelsea recently. All three points will need to be on cards in this match, otherwise they could be slumped further behind. Spurs travel to the Stadium of Light also holding a good scoring record. Fulham were close in sealing a vital win against the Europa League outfit, but AVB’s men came through and sealed a late win against another London rival. Spurs sit three points off 5th place and they will have to find some more wins if they wish to compete in that beloved top four section.

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