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Bets To Consider Ahead Of The Aviva Premiership Weekend

The Premiership season is in full swing after three rounds of games, as the best rugby sides in England face off. Each week, we take a look at bets to consider for the next round of matches, with LeoVegas.com.

Northampton to beat London Irish -7.5

The Saints are up and running, after a shaky start to their season. After an opening-day butchering at the hands of Saracens, Jim Mallinder’s outfit have turned things around to get over Leicester and Bath comfortably.

They’re back on the road this week, but those two comprehensive wins at Franklin’s Gardens could stand to them, and we fancy them to get by London Irish this weekend.

The Exiles have lost their last two games by a combined 59 points, and can’t be running high on confidence with the Saints coming to town.

We’re backing Northampton here to beat the handicap and win with 7.5 points to spare.

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 09: Dylan Hartley of Northampton Saints during the Aviva Premiership match between Northampton Saints and Leicester Tigers at Franklin's Gardens on September 9, 2017 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images)

Four-fold accumulator: Gloucester, Saracens, Bath and Northampton all to win

Our accumulator came in last week, and we think there’s another successful grouping on the cards looking across the fixtures.

We’re doubling down on Northampton with their trip to the Madejski Stadium.

Gloucester kick off the weekend at home to basement side Worcester Warriors, and ought to have enough to claim the four points.

Saracens look to be back in their groove, despite the loss to Bath two weeks ago, and the European champions should be comfortable with home advantage against Sale.

Meanwhile, Bath look to bounce back at home to Newcastle and push on from their opening two wins.

A £10 stake offers a £18.14 return here, and there are worse investments if you ask us.

CHESTER, PA - SEPTEMBER 16: Mario Itoje #4 of the Saracens looks on as 'Man of the Match' after defeating the Newcastle Falcons during a Aviva Premiership match between the Newcastle Falcons and the Saracens at Talen Energy Stadium on September 16, 2017 in Chester, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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