Saturday Sports Multiple: Back a Burnley draw in a 19/1 weekend wager
Pandora Hughes landed another treble last weekend and she's backing Burnley to frustrate Spurs and help bring up a Saturday cross-sport multiple.
Bet 1: Back Tottenham to draw with Burnley at 15/4
Tottenham's new manager Jose Mourinho has had a chance to assess the Spurs squad after four games in charge, but as the performance against Manchester United on Wednesday indicated, he has a lot of work to do.
Spurs were second-best for most of the night and conceded twice: taking their defensive record to eight goals shipped in four games: an un-Mourinho-like stat which is likely to be giving the new coach a few sleepless nights.
And Saturday's home game against Burnley will be a stiff test of Tottenham's resolve. The Clarets are well-organised at the back and have picked up six points from seven games on their travels, including three draws. In Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood, they also have a striking duo who can cause Tottenham problems. Back the visitors to grind out a point on Saturday.
Bet 2: Back Leinster to beat Northampton at 4/9
Northampton Saints have hit a rich seam of form, including three wins out of three in all competitions, including victories in both of their opening European Champions Cup games, but they face a tough challenge on Saturday.
Leinster are Europe's in-form side, having won all seven of their Pro 14 games, including an impressive win over Glasgow at the weekend.
The Irish side have also started well in the Champions Cup, beating Benetton at home and Lyon away and victory in this game would go a long way towards sealing their progression to the knock-out stages. With Joe Tomane back in the ranks after his hamstring injury, they should prove too strong for the Saints on Saturday.
Bet 3: Back Georgia Bulldogs to beat LSU Tigers at 2/1
The LSU Tigers are big favourites in Saturday's SEC Championship game against Georgia, but there could be some value in backing the Bulldogs.
It's fair to say that the Tigers have the best offense in college football, but Georgia, the fourth-ranked team in the country, are no slouches with the ball, and they boast a stronger offensive line than their opponents.
The Bulldogs also have the advantage that comes with being coached by the experienced Kirby Smart, and they will be at home in the cauldron that is the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Georgia will relish the challenge of being the underdogs for this game and at the current odds, I'd be keen to side with them on Saturday.
Total Odds for this multiple: 19/1. Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.