11 games in the Sky Bet on Saturday means there’s plenty of chances for fans to win some money with 888 Sport.

HOME WIN – Leeds United

The team from West Yorkshire have put in some scintillating performances under Garry Monk this season and sit comfortably in fifth place in the . After a derby loss against Huddersfield last weekend, Cardiff are up next for the Whites. Leeds will no doubt be keen to bounce back and should pile on the misery for former boss Neil Warnock and his 17th placed Bluebirds. It’s no surprise that a home win only stands at 10/11.

AWAY WIN – Huddersfield Town

Following their feisty derby triumph against Leeds, the squad will be full of confidence. David Wagner has transformed the team since taking over and if they play the way they have for the majority of the season, the strength of the Terriers should be too much for Ian Holloway’s lowly QPR. An away win currently stands at 6/5.

BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE – Reading vs Barnsley

There’s a huge game in terms of both automatic promotion and the play-offs at the Madejski Stadium tomorrow. Both Reading and Barnsley have excelled expectations this season sitting in 3rd and 9th place, respectively. Both sides enjoy to play their football with the ball on the deck and both know where the goal is. This makes both teams to score a good shout. Both teams to score in the encounter is available at 37/50.

OVER 2.5 GOALS – Norwich vs Nottingham Forest

Norwich host one of the most unpredictable sides in the league in on Saturday. Recent wins against Rotherham and have allowed Forest to pull away from the relegation zone and into 15th place. If Forest have one of their off days then it could be a triumphant win for the Canaries but if they turn up it could still be goals galore at Carrow Road. Either way, over 2.5 goals looks like a decent shout. Over 2.5 goals is available at 8/11 in the clash of yellow against red.

TO SCORE FIRST – Tomer Hemed

After a 90th minute equaliser for the Seagulls last time out, striker Hemed will be pushing for a start this coming Saturday. If he does start, Hemed will be keen to get on the scoresheet and cement his place back in the Brighton team. Hemed to score first against 21st place Burton can be bet on at odds of 7/2.

TO SCORE ANYTIME – Helder Costa

Wolves host high-flying Newcastle at Molineux in the 17:30 kick off on Saturday evening. The hosts have been doing okay under boss Paul Lambert recently and if they’re to get anything from the game then Helder Costa will be key to that success. After signing permanently in January, for a fee believed to be in the region of £13 million, the winger will be keen to put his name on the scoresheet in the big encounter in front of the Sky Sports cameras. Costa to score anytime is available at 41/10.


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