Andrew Hughes thinks Brighton can hold Wolves to a draw on Saturday and help to land another weekend multiple in the process
Bet 1: Back Brighton to draw with Wolves at [3.13]
Wolves have made a solid start to the campaign, but their lack of goals is becoming a minor concern. At a goal a game, their record is the poorest in the Premier League's top half, and while their ability to retain possession helps to limit opponents, they need to start creating more chances to avoid slipping down the table.
Brighton will certainly pose a stiff test. The Seagulls have lost only two of their last six, and those defeats came against Manchester City and Tottenham, while their last two Premier League games have produced consecutive 1-0 wins.
They also have a great home record, but as Andy Schooler points out, they don't score that many goals either, and with Glen Murray a doubt, their ability to find the net is likely to be further reduced. A low-scoring draw looks the best bet here.
Bet 2: Back Sharks to beat Western Province at [3.13]
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The Currie Cup reaches its conclusion this weekend and a truncated group stage of just six games produced an unbeaten leader in Western Province, who secured maximum points en route to booking a play-off spot.
But they looked jittery in their semi-final against the Bulls, and would have gone out had their opponents not missed a late missed conversion, so I'm siding with the visitors here. The Sharks had to fight hard to overcome Golden Lions in their semi-final but they have a good record at Newlands and they look the value option.
Bet 3: Back LA Clippers to beat Houston Rockets at 2.20
The Houston Rockets led the way in the NBA West last season before coming up short against Golden State in the play-offs, but their off-season changes have weakened rather than strengthened their roster.
The departure of key defensive players Trevor Ariza and Luc a Mbah Moute has made them more vulnerable, and their only win in four so far has come in a bad-tempered affair against the Lakers, which also led to Chris Paul's suspension.
In Paul's absence, they were well beaten by Utah on Wednesday and I can't see them getting anything against the underrated Clippers, who've already beaten them once this season. Back the visitors to add to Houston's woes on Saturday.
Total Odds for this multiple: [21.48] Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.