Win over £12,800 off £1 on our 15fold Boxing Day mega acca
Holly Thackeray | 26 December 2016
Boxing Day mega acca up for grabs
Fancy winning over £12,800 to bolster your wallet over the Christmas holidays and New Year? Coral have a recommended Boxing Day mega acca to keep punters entertained as the festive fixtures kick-off on December 26th, with football action across the country included as the Premier League and Football League gear up.
So if you’re going to be glued to your TV screens with turkey leftovers and cold mince pies anyway, why not get in on a slice of the sporting action?
Our festive 15fold features everything from the top-flight and Man Utd odds down to League two in a blockbuster bet. So, simply back our 15 selected sides for success in this winter wager with a £1 punt and you could potentially pocket a £12859.38 wedge if the results all come off!
What’s not to like? Read on for our recommended teams to triumph below…
A Hammering on the cards for SwanseaWest Ham (7/4*) are back on track after two triumphs in a row and Slaven Bilic’s boys can make it a perfect three with a win over struggling Swansea City, who have gone off the boil again with two consecutive defeats.
Chelsea to give Bournemouth Blues
Chelsea (2/5*) have stormed six points ahead in the PL title race and are seeking to make it a club record of 12 straight league wins against Bournemouth, with the Cherries woeful on the road and looking like easy pickings.
Man Utd can sink Sunderland
Manchester United (1/4*) should be confident of pouncing on the Black Cats and old manager David Moyes at Old Trafford, as they are unbeaten since the beginning of November with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s deadly form due to give struggling Sunderland sleepless nights.
Arsenal to cause West Brom woeThe Gunners (4/11*) have bagged bragging rights from all of their past five home encounters against Albion and are set to do so again, as the Baggies’ leaky rearguard suits Arsenal’s attacking style perfectly.
Tigers to be Man City prey
Manchester City (1/3*) are favourites to maul rock-bottom Hull for good reason, having thrashed the Humbersiders 4-1 the last time they met in the League Cup and after also trouncing the Tigers 4-2 on their previous trip to the KC Stadium.
Brentford can scalp Cardiff
Cardiff City are currently struggling with only two away wins under their belt, so the Bluebirds’ visit to Brentford looks daunting, with the Bees (5/4*) having beaten the Welsh capital club at home last term.
Leeds look good value to pip PrestonEveryone is wondering whether in-form Leeds United (21/10*) can finally win promotion back to the PL this season, as the West Yorkshire team sit fifth and should be sure of scalping Preston North End, who rank six places below them.
Aston Villa for victory v Burton
Burton Albion have lost their last three on the trot, so should make perfect post-Christmas pickings for Villa (4/6*), who have been revived under Steve Bruce, winning all of their past three at home to boot.
Barnsley can better Blackburn
The Tykes (6/5*) are comfortably mid-table and scoring plenty of goals, so can be confident of all three points at Oakwell, as Rovers are in the relegation zone and on a winless streak of four.
Huddersfield for three points v ForestHuddersfield Town (4/5*) look nailed on for triumph when taking on the inconsistent Tricky Trees, with Forest having failed to beat the Terriers in all of their last five Championship attempts.
Reading to dispatch Norwich
Jaap Stam’s Reading (15/8*) are riding the crest of a wave in third place so should have little trouble dispatching Norwich City, since the Canaries have slipped to 10th after a wobbly run of two victories in 10 league outings.
Newcastle can overcome Sheffield Wednesday
The Magpies (4/6*) still sit top of the second tier table after a confidence-boosting three wins on the spin and the Owls look like no match for Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle when they are in full flight like this.
Sheff Utd to oust OldhamAs for the other side in Sheffield, League One title challengers the Blades (4/9*) are great value to beat bottom dwellers Oldham at Bramall Lane, where they sank the Greater Manchester team twice last term.
MK Dons can crush Charlton
Milton Keynes men MK Dons (21/20*) can take out Charlton Athletic at home for the second time this month, after they overcame the Addicks very recently 3-1 in the FA Cup.
Plymouth in line for Wycombe win
Finally, on to League Two and division leaders Plymouth (5/4*) are set for a victory as hosts versus Wycombe, who lag 10 points behind them, after going unbeaten for four games across all competitions.
*All odds and potential returns correct at the time of writing.