Pandora Hughes landed a 3/1 treble last Saturday and she's banking on a Black Country draw to kick off another weekend multiple.
“Wolves are the obvious favourites but their form is patchy. They haven’t won a Premier League game in over a month and while they’ve kept things tight at Molineux, they haven’t been able to turn possession into chances or goals.”
One of football's oldest and fiercest rivalries resumes on Saturday after a nine-year hiatus, and we can be sure that this renewal will be keenly contested.
Wolves are the obvious favourites but their form is patchy. They haven't won a Premier League game in over a month and while they've kept things tight at Molineux, they haven't been able to turn possession into chances or goals.
Saturday's visitors haven't exactly turned the corner, but under Sam Allardyce, they have picked up points against Manchester City and Liverpool. They will be well prepared for this one and if they lack the firepower to replicate Aston Villa's recent Molineux win, they are quite capable of frustrating the home side and earning a point.
Perth Scorchers made an awful start to their Big Bash League campaign, but they have found form in recent weeks and they can win again on Saturday.
Four games without a win left Perth at the wrong end of the table, but their turnaround has been remarkable. They've won five in a row and most of their victories have been by huge margins, including a 96-run win against these opponents ten days ago.
The Sixers still have a big lead at the top of the table, but momentum counts for a lot in these Twenty20 tournaments and with the key Scorchers players all finding their form at the right time, I'm siding with Perth here.
Edinburgh edged out Glasgow 10-7 in a hard-fought contest two weeks ago and we can expect Saturday's rematch to be equally dour.
Neither side have had a particularly memorable season, but the Warriors have the marginally poorer record and are currently propping up Conference A, having lost six of their last seven, with Covid-19 issues providing an additional challenge.
Glasgow may well put up more of a fight on their home patch this weekend, but the visitors look stronger up front and better equipped to cope with another game of attrition, so they look the better bet to claim victory in this one.
Total Odds for this multiple: 10/1. Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.
2021 Weekend Multiple P/L
Staked: 4 pts
Returned: 4.26 pts
P/L: +0.26 pts
2020 P/L -29.9 pts
2019 P/L +5.72 pts
2018 P/L – 0.61 pts
2017 P/L: + 0.99 pts
2016 P/L: + 20.99 pts
2015 P/L: - 0.51 pts
2014 P/L: + 12.69 pts
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