Pandora Hughes has lined up another weekend multiple and she's banking on Aston Villa earning all three points against Newcastle.
“After a relatively bright start to their Premier League campaign, Newcastle’s form has fallen away since the middle of December, and they go into Saturday’s game in Birmingham having picked up two points from their last seven.”
Aston Villa's progress has been badly hampered by postponements in recent weeks, but they have games in hand on their rivals and Dean Smith's free-scoring side can get back on track against struggling opponents on Saturday.
After a relatively bright start to their Premier League campaign, Newcastle's form has fallen away since the middle of December, and they go into Saturday's game in Birmingham having picked up two points from their last seven.
It isn't hard to see where the problem lies. The Magpies have scored just four times in those seven games, so with little to worry about defensively, Villa will be free to push on and unleash their potent attacking talents. Back the home side for the win.
The scene is set for a memorable battle behind closed doors at Thomond Park on Saturday night as two in-form rivals meet for the first time this season.
Munster are top of Conference B, while Leinster are second to Ulster in Conference A, but both sides have identical records, having won eight out of nine, and neither will be giving an inch here. The presence of Ireland coach Andy Farrell who will shortly pick his Six Nations squad will also serve as extra motivation for many on the field.
Weather conditions are predicted to be foul for this one, and that could mean we're in for a low-scoring, kicking-dominated contest, which may be slightly to Munster's advantage. They will also be strengthened by the return of Dave Kilcoyne, Jack O'Donoghue, Mike Haley and Jean Kleyn and at these odds look a good bet.
Central Stags have been to three of the last four Super Smash T20 finals, and they look on course again this time round, having won five of their first seven.
That list of wins includes a crushing victory over the Auckland Aces last time these two sides met on New Year's Eve. Things haven't improved since then for the Aces, who finished runners up last season but who haven't won a game so far this time.
Auckland's batting line-up has passed the 160 mark only once so far, while their bowlers have also been struggling, twice conceding over 200. With nothing to play for against motivated, in-form opponents, I can't see the Aces springing a surprise.
Total Odds for this multiple: 6/1. Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.
2021 Weekend Multiple P/L
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2015 P/L: - 0.51 pts
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