Weekend betting: What are Preston North End’s chances at Wycombe Wanderers?
North End were much improved in the second half last weekend at home to Bournemouth and got a deserved point.
It’s a different kind of toughness away at Wycombe but tough all the same, this weekend.
I can see a lively game, with a 2-2 draw at 16/1 being tempting.
Ched Evans has continued to impress and be can be backed at 6/1 to score first.
Elsewhere, it looks a decent start to the weekend with Leeds United at home to Chelsea, with Thomas Tuchel’s Blues looking transformed since his arrival.
It’s hard to look past the Blues for that reason and though it will be tricky, at 7/10 they would be the first to go in my acca.
Everton are enjoying a decent season and will be looking at Burnley at Goodison as a routine three points.
It’s never that easy, though Carlo Ancelotti’s side look a big price to me at 5/6.
Another home side who should collect all three points is Crystal Palace at home to West Bromwich Albion, where I was a bit surprised to see they were bigger than Even money at 23/20.
The Baggies have only scored two in their last six league games and you would expect Palace to get the job done.
The treble will pay a handsome 6/1 and would be most welcome the weekend before Cheltenham,
With the Cheltenham Festival starting on Tuesday it’s not a huge weekend of racing, though the 3:35 at Sandown is a decent listed race, where Lucy Wadham’s ADMIRAL BARRATRY must have a good chance of continuing a good season at 5/1.
Six Nations rugby is also back on the centre stage and the bookies are struggling to split England and France.
I fancy Eddie Jones (right)to get a reaction from his players at Twickenham, with England to win by six to 10 points looking a good price at 6/1.
Have a great weekend folks, Joe