Saturday Betting | Premier League & Football League
Wednesday 19 April 09:35 Tweet
We pick our best bets for Saturday 22nd April with fixtures in the Premier League and Football League.
Hull v Watford - Premier League - 3pm
Hull look a great price to beat Watford in the Premier League this weekend. Hull are two points clear of Swansea at a crucial time of the season, and it’s all down to their form at the KCOM. They’ve suffered just one league defeat in their last 11 at home, losing to Man City on Boxing Day. They’re unbeaten in seven and have won five of those games, including their last three.
Watford are in decent form, winning three of their last four keeping a clean sheet in each victory but they've been terrible on the road this season. Watford have won just one game away since beating Boro in October, beating Arsenal and have lost their last three without scoring. Hull can make it another win towards safety.
Brentford v QPR - Championship - 3pm
Brentford look a good bet to beat rivals QPR in the Championship on Saturday. Dean Smith's side have taken 13 points in their last six league games, suffering just one defeat, losing at home to Wolves. However, the Bees beaten Derby and Leeds at home in recent weeks, keeping a clean sheet in each victory and should see past a QPR side in terrible form.
QPR are on 50 points and should be safe from relegation trouble, six points above the relegation zone but Ian Holloway's side have been atrocious recently. QPR have lost their last five league games, losing four of their last five on the road and have failed to score in three of their last four on their travels. Brentford have won their last three at Griffin Park, keeping a clean sheet in each victory. We fancy them to see grab three points against QPR.
Millwall v Oxford United - League One - 3pm
We fancy Millwall to conclude our 5/1 treble at betway as they host Oxford United at The Den. Neil Harris' side are in decent form, winning three of their last five league games but lost 1-0 at fellow Play-Off hopefuls Fleetwood Town last time out.
Millwall are unbeaten at home in 15 games in all comps, winning four of their last five league games at The Den. Oxford United are without a win in four away games in the league, while they also lost to Coventry City at Wembley in the EFL Trophy Final. We can't see past a Millwall win as they look to make it 16 games unbeaten at The Den.