Andrew Hughes thinks Bournemouth will beat Wolves on Saturday and help to land another weekend multiple in the process.
“During a period in which the Cherries have lost all seven away games, they have won four from six at home, including impressive victories over fellow mid-table side West Ham and Champions League-chasing Chelsea.”
With the top six in the Premier League once again pulling away from the pack, Saturday's fixture at the Vitality Stadium sees two of the division's second tier clubs go head to head in what should be a tight encounter.
Wolves have continued to defy expectations and can legitimately be described as the 'best of the rest' at the moment, but I think they'll come unstuck on the south coast this weekend against a Bournemouth side with an excellent home record.
During a period in which the Cherries have lost all seven away games, they have won four from six at home, including impressive victories over fellow mid-table side West Ham and Champions League-chasing Chelsea. Back them to overcome a Wolves side that has been in patchy form of late, winning two of their last five.
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France are heavily favoured to bounce back from their Twickenham defeat this weekend, but despite the fact that the visitors have been hit with injuries and haven't won in Paris since 1999, I think the value lies with Scotland this time.
Gregor Townsend's side kicked off with a win over Italy and played well in their defeat to Ireland last weekend. By contrast, France, who ended 2018 by losing to Fiji, imploded in their opener against Wales, and were thrashed out of sight by England last weekend. Right now, they don't look like a team you can trust at odds on, and I will be siding with Scotland on Saturday.
After a good start to the Super League season, Salford Red Devils were brought back down to earth by Leeds last weekend, and I can't see them getting much out of their trip to Hull to take on Rovers on Saturday.
Salford were blown away by a Rhinos side that had lost both of their opening games, and the manner of their defeat will be a concern for a club that finished eleventh last season but has ambitions of breaking into the top eight this time.
By contrast, Hull have looked good in all three games so far. They edged out local rivals Hull FC, comfortably defeated the London Broncos and put up a good show in a tricky away fixture against last season's losing Grand Finalists Warrington. Back them to continue their good form with another win this weekend.
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2019 Weekend Multiple P/L
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P/L: - 4.1 pts
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2016 P/L: + 20.99 pts
2015 P/L: - 0.51 pts
2014 P/L: + 12.69 pts
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