There is plenty of action of Tuesday to choose from and we have picked out games from both the Premier League and Championship.
Our three-fold accumulator comes out at 5.43/1.
(Premier League, 20:15)
Manchester United to win - BET NOW
Manchester United have had their ups and downs this season but they seem to be moving in the right direction and they can keep the pressure up on their top-four rivals with a win at Brighton.
United returned from the break with a 1-1 draw at Spurs and their performance probably warranted more than just a point. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side then went on to put on a fantastic display in a 3-0 cruise against Sheffield United.
The Red Devils looked red-hot in that victory and Paul Pogba’s return to form will come as a welcome boost. Add the France international's creative talent and physical presence to the quality of Bruno Fernandez, the blistering pace of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial and United suddenly look like a dangerous attacking force.
Even prior to lockdown Solskjaer’s men had hammered Derby 3-0 in the FA Cup, beaten Man City 2-0 at Old Trafford and crushed Linz 5-0 in the Europa League.
That sequence of results suggests that things are starting to come together for United and the consistency that they were lacking in the early part of the season is now in place.
Brighton have won just two of their last 20 Premier League matches and although they have managed nine draws in that run they could struggle against a rampant United side.
The Seagulls have managed only ten goals in their last 12 matches and that lack of attacking threat won’t cut it against the Red Devils.
Both teams to score - BET NOW
You could be forgiven for thinking that QPR were still on lockdown as Rangers have failed to show up in their two fixtures since the Championship resumed. They are likely to be put to the test again, against a Fulham side still pushing for automatic promotion, and a high-scoring clash looks likely.
The Hoops have scored 37 times at home this term, the joint highest in the division alongside Brentford, while they have shipped 34 at the other end.
Even though Mark Warburton has done well to steer a small and inexperienced squad to safety, no team has conceded more goals at home in the second-tier.
Fulham can’t afford to drop any more points after back-to-back defeats against promotion rivals Brentford and Leeds. That need for a victory could see Scott Parker’s side push forward and they can expect to have plenty of joy against a leaky QPR rearguard.
Cardiff to win - BET NOW
Charlton have returned to action with two victories but they may suffer their first defeat since the Championship resumed against Cardiff. The Addicks defeated a depleted Hull side and then went on to beat an out-of-sorts OPR outfit to boost their survival hopes. However, things have fallen well for Lee Bowyer’s men and they may now be facing a Cardiff side at the wrong time.
The Bluebirds have returned with an excellent 2-0 win over league-leaders Leeds and they backed that win up with a 3-1 win over top-six rivals Preston.
Nathaniel Mendez-Laing‘s return to fitness and form has elevated Cardiff and manager Neil Harris has plenty of goals and attacking threat at his disposal.
Charlton may well look to defend deep and shut-up shop but Cardiff have the tools to break them down and take all three points.
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Our accumulator pays out £5.43 for a £1 stake.
Manchester United to beat Brighton at 7/10.
£5.43 for a £1 stake.
Manchester United v Brighton, QPR v Fulham and Cardiff v Charlton.
Yes. Manchester United v Brighton is on Sky Sports.