In-form Cottagers can enjoy a seaside special
FULHAM earn this weekend’s vote as banker bet at a decent price. Mark Hughes’ side travel to Blackpool in great heart having come back twice to earn a deserved point against Manchester United last weekend then following up that by trouncing Port Vale 6-0 in the Carling Cup during the week.
Hughes has inherited essentially the same team from last season that reached the Uefa Cup final under Roy Hodgson and they can show that they are a class apart from the Seasiders, who need to bounce back from the heavy defeat they suffered at the Emirates against Arsenal last weekend.
Blackpool also endured extratime and a cup exit midweek, so the Cottagers at 7-5 with Bet 365 look terrific value.
For this weekend’s Yankee, use Fulham as the cornerstone, along with Inverness at 6-5 to beat struggling Hamilton – who followed up their opening two Premier League losses with a Co-operative Insurance Cup exit at Raith Rovers in midweek – Aberdeen to beat Kilmarnock at 5-6 and Manchester City at evens to beat Sunderland, all with Bet 365.
A long-shot worth a small interest is Bristol City, who are generally available at 10-3 to beat Roy Keane’s Ipswich Town.
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