Saturday acca: Forest among our five top tips
Saturday Acca Betting Tips
We've got a five-fold Saturday accumulator for BetStars readers as the new Football League season gets under way, which pays around £380 for a £5 stake.
You will also receive a 10% bonus from our acca insurance offer if all the selections come in.
- Nottingham Forest to beat Bristol City 9/5
- Preston to beat QPR 11/10
- Peterborough to beat Bristol Rovers 23/20
- Notts County to beat Colchester 10/11
- Stevenage to draw with Tranmere 43/20
And if you're feeling lucky, combining all our best tips into a five-fold will pay out just over 76/1.
[All odds correct at time of publication]
This week's selections
Forest have splashed the cash this summer with around £20million spent on Benfica midfielder Joao Carvalho and Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban with 10 players being recruited in total so are a good option to begin our football accumulator tips. The Robins have lost last season's top scorer Bobby Reid to Cardiff and key defender Aden Flint and may struggle this season.
Preston missed out on a play-off place on the final day after Derby thrashed Barnsley but it was still an encouraging first season in charge for Alex Neil, who guided Norwich to the Premier League in 2014/15. Steve McClaren is now in charge of QPR, who were beaten 14 times away from home last season, winning just three games and scoring just 20 goals in the process.
Peterborough may have lost star striker Jack Marriott to Derby but they remain one of the leading teams for promotion in the League One betting. Posh won 12 times at home last season and boss Steve Evans will be gunning for a top-six finish. Rovers were beaten 13 times on their travels last term, scoring 22 goals in 23 games, and their away-day blues will continue.
Notts County are a must for our footy accumulator with Kevin Nolan's side installed as 6/1 joint favourites in the League Two title betting. The Magpies, beaten in the play-offs last season, have made three six-figure captures this summer and signed former Forest midfielder David Vaughan on a free transfer. The U's picked up just one point from their last five games and are again expected to hover around mid-table.
Stevenage were only beaten five times at home last season but they were held to a draw on nine occasions. Promoted Tranmere were also hard to beat on their travels as they secured a return to the Football League thanks to victory over Boreham Wood in the play-off final at Wembley. They can carry that momentum into the opening day with a point to round off our football accumulator tips.
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