£1 on our Saturday acca returns £113
Frank Monkhouse | 14 January 2017
We look at how you can bag a weekend BOOM!
Welcome to the highlight of the sporting week, when a smartly-placed accumulator, with just a sprinkling of good luck, can change your Saturday night for the better. There’s few things more enjoyable in the world of punting than a winning football acca.
We’ve sifted through the UK and European fixtures, form and figures that matter and return with our views on how you can boost your bank balance. Staking just €/£1 on this football accumulator returns €/£113.88 at the current odds on offer…..
Arsenal beat Swansea
The Gunners have dropped out of the top-four, thanks to just two wins in their last five Premier League starts. Their title chances look to be over, but they should have more than enough to better a Welsh side who have lost four of their last five, all by at least two goals. Take the Gunners at 1/2.
Chelsea beat Leicester
League leaders vs defending champions on Saturday evening and we must side with the Londoners. Chelsea have beaten Leicester twice already this term, on league and cup duty, scoring seven goals in the process. They’re the form side and 8/13 lends a hand.
Norwich beat Rotherham
Norwich endured an almost unbelievable start to the season, going from hero to zero, but they have steadied the ship, taking four points from the last six available to them. Rotherham are bottom of the Championship with -30 in the goal difference tally. Canaries at 8/11.
Newcastle beat Brentford
The Toon seem to be cracking under the pressure of the title race, surrendering top-spot to a determined looking Brighton. They seem to play their better football away from the pressures of St James Park however, and are given a chance at 19/20.
Bolton beat Swindon
Bolton are pushing hard for a return to Championship football from League One and have lost just one of their last eight. Swindon have won just one of their last eight, and that type of form makes them very easy to oppose. The Trotters are a shrewd addition at 4/9.
Portsmouth beat Leyton Orient
Portsmouth are another former big name looking to claw their way back up through the rankings and remain bang in the League Two promotion race. Opponents Leyton have as many problems on the pitch as they do off it. Pompey 2/5 is the shout.
Colchester beat Newport
It doesn’t take much to go against Newport this season and they are rock-bottom of League Two, having lost each of their last eight starts. In that kind of form we would take almost anyone to beat them. Colchester are handy enough and jump aboard at a value 23/20.
Hibs beat Dumbarton
In Scotland, former Celtic boss Neil Lennon is looking to guide his Hibs side back to the Premiership. They are making a decent fist of it so far and top the league. The Edinburgh side have beaten Dumbarton twice already this season, both without conceding a goal. 2/5, you know it makes sense.
Dundee United beat QOS
Sticking with the Scottish second-tier and Dundee United look another worth putting in your pack. Opponents QOS are really struggling at the minute, winning just one of their last dozen starts, with the spare coming against bottom of the league. United are chasing promotion and help out at 8/15.
Inter Milan beat Chievo
Inter Milan beat Chievo home and away last season and will be eager to make up for defeat in the reverse of this fixture back in the summer. On their own patch they look worth a shot against an opponent who have lost each of their last two in convincing fashion. Inter have turned a corner and go at 4/9.