Wednesday’s Coral acca could pay over £142 from £5 stake
Football and tennis included
It’s the calm before the storm today as the World Cup play-offs have finished and we wait for European league action to return.
There’s still a decent glut of sport to look forward to with an FA Cup replay, Brazilian Serie A, as well as the continuation of the ATP Finals.
As ever, the Coral News Team takes a look at the bets and has selected a savvy-looking four-fold.
If all four come rolling in, a £5 stake would return £142.40. Odds correct at time of writing.
Let’s get cracking…
Gremio to beat Sao Paulo
Title-chasing Gremio take on Sao Paulo in Port Alegre desperate for three points. Renato Portaluppi’s side currently trail league leaders Corinthians by 10 points.
They welcome a Sao Paulo side way back in 12th position and who have a poor away record. Dorival Junior’s team have won just three of their 17 away games.
At 21/20, Gremio kick off the acca in confident mood.
Ponte Preta v Atletico Paranese – Draw
Remaining in Brazil, next up is Atletico PR to beat struggling Ponte Preta. Both sides are of near-equal quality in terms of their home and away performances.
Ponte Preta have won 75% of their league points at home. Atletico have won six and drawn four of their 17 away games.
With Preta seven points adrift of safety, and Atletico sat nicely in mid-table – the Coral News Team reckons the two sides will cancel each other out. The draw is 2/1.
Peterborough United to beat Tranmere Rovers
It’s over to the FA Cup for the first round replay between Peterborough and Tranmere at Prenton Park.
The away side are 19/20 to get the job done this time around and that looks a sprinkling of value.
After all, Tranmere are 13th in the National League and United are 8th in League One.
Grant McCann’s side should have enough to get the job done this evening.
David Goffin to beat Grigor Dimitrov
This acca finishes off in London at the ATP Finals where Belgium’s David Goffin clashes with Grigor Dimitrov.
Goffin is fresh off a win against world number one Rafael Nadal and will in confident mood.
The 26-year-old has also stopped a bad run against Dimitrov this season.
The Bulgarian had beaten him in their five previous head-to-heads until Goffin won in Rotterdam back in February.
At 11/8, he rounds off a juicy-looking accumulator.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing