Saturday Sports Multiple: Back Philadelphia in an 8/1 weekend wager

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Toronto coach Greg Vanney faces a tough test in Philadelphia
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Andrew Hughes landed a 9-1 treble last Saturday and he thinks Philadelphia can lead off another weekend multiple against Toronto

“Last time out the Reds surrendered a three goal lead with a defensive horror show that will have given manager Greg Vanney nightmares.”

Bet 1: Back Philadelphia to beat Toronto at [2.5]

The World Cup will soon be upon us but this weekend, the best competitive football action is in the USA, and you can stay up to date with all the latest MLS previews on the dedicated Betting.Betfair MLS page.

Toronto were last season's outstanding side, but the demands of defending their title and campaigning for continental glory have proven too much in 2018 and they are currently languishing in tenth place in the Eastern Conference.

Last time out the Reds surrendered a three goal lead in Columbus with a defensive horror show that will have given manager Greg Vanney nightmares. Against an in-form Union side that has lost once at home this season, the visitors will once again be tested and this looks like an ideal opportunity for Philadelphia to pick up three points.

Bet 2: Back South Africa to beat England at [1.73]

England's aura of invincibility was well and truly shattered in the Six Nations and Eddie Jones' side headed to South Africa on a four-game losing streak.

There have been rumours of discontent within the squad, as well as suggestions that the coach's handling of some players has been problematic, and Ralph Ellis expands on the treatment of one particular England star in his excellent pre-Tour article.

The Springboks are still in a transitional state, and this will be the first home Test for coach Rassie Erasmus and new skipper Siya Kolisi, but they have a good record against England on South African soil, should have the edge at the breakdown, and look a solid bet to open the series with a home win.

Bet 3: Back Manly Sea Eagles to beat New Zealand Warriors at [2.1]

Manly can't afford any more slip-ups if they are to reach the NRL play-offs and they have a good opportunity to pick up a vital win on Saturday.

The Sea Eagles slipped up against the Cowboys last time, but they will be boosted by the return of Tom and Jake Trbojevic after the pair fulfilled their State of Origin commitments and they could make all the difference in this game.

The Warriors are currently in the top eight, but they are running out of steam and were thrashed by the Rabbitohs last time. They may also be without captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck for this game, and it's worth noting that they've lost their last seven against Manly. Back the Sea Eagles to make it eight in a row this weekend.

Total Odds for this multiple: [9.08] Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.

2018 Weekend Multiple P/L

Staked: 44 pts
Returned: 65.92 pts
P/L: + 21.92 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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