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  • on 11.01.2013
  • at 03:19 PM
  • by KT

Weekend Football Tips – 12-13th Jan 2013

This weekend looks particularly tough to call, especially in the Premier League where there are lots of evenly matched teams coming together.

So instead we’re including 3 Championship games, and the first of the Super Sunday games.

The 4 home wins pays best-priced 11/1 with William Hill.

* MIDDLESBROUGH (v Watford) – 23/20
Middlesbrough have been excellent at home, winning 10 of their 13 home games this season and will looking to bounce back  from their away defeat at Derby. Watford have been decent away from home, picking up 20 points on the road, but we fancy ‘Boro to nick it by the odd goal.

* CARDIFF (v Ipswich) – 7/10
Ipswich have been on a good run of form since Mick McCarthy took over (won 5 of last 8) but face a stiff task taking on table-toppers Cardiff who have won 12 of their 13 home games this season, conceding just 8 goals in the process.

* HULL (v Sheff Weds) – 4/6
Hull are unbeaten in their last 8 (W5, D3), whilst Wednesday have managed just 3 away wins this season. Whilst not a certainty, Hull look a decent price at the 4/6 to take all 3 points.

* MAN UTD (v Liverpool) – 19/20
Some people say “form goes out the window”, but we couldn’t disagree more. United sit at the top of the league, and only 2 teams have accumulated more points at this stage of the season in the PL era. They have failed to win just one of their 10 home games, whilst Liverpool have won just 3 on the road (West Ham, Norwich & QPR). HOME WIN, HOME WIN, HOME WIN!

The 4-fold Accumulator pays almost 11/1 with William Hill. Good luck if you’re getting involved!

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