£10 Sunday acca pays £185
Frank Monkhouse | 18 June 2017
International football keeps us involved
There’s a busy round of international football fixtures planned on Sunday, including the Confederations Cup and U21 European Championships. Coral are betting on a range of markets in the games that matter.
Portugal vs Mexico looks a real treat, and we have chosen sides in that battle as part of our lively Sunday acca. Five teams to win, with every £10 down returning £185.20. That’s a sure-fire way to blast your day to life. Read on as we explain our thinking…..
Germany U21 beat Czech Republic U21
We’re now well into the U21 Euros and a Germany win looks to be on the cards here. These nations have met only once before at this level of football, ending in a 1-1 draw back in 2015. So, not a lot to go on there. The Germans are an ambitious, free-scoring team, and we should see another example of that here. They put four past Russia recently, and banged in another four vs Austria. This promises to be an exciting match-up, but our 4/6 on the favourites is too good to miss.
Italy U21 beat Denmark U21
This one should be a bit more straight-forward than the German game, and we expect to see a calculated performance from the Italian pups. Our traders think so too, giving 8/11 on an Italy win, and that more than deserves a place in your weekend multiples. They are solid at the back, and were seen strolling to a 3-0 win over Andorra. A tougher opponent here, but a win to nil would come as no surprise.
Portugal beat Mexico
Game of the night goes in the Confederations Cup, where Portugal face Mexico in a tie that promises to have punters on the edge of their seats. The selections boast a 100 per cent record over Mexico, winning each of the two previous games between the sides. Last meeting back in 2014, Rangers defender Bruno Alves scored in a 1-0 win. Confidence is sky-high in the Portuguese camp, and they’re a useful addition at 11/10.
Chile beat Cameroon
Sticking with the Confederations Cup and we’re set for another cracker. Those following this competition are in for some exciting matches. Both sides go with reason to be confident, but we do expect a few opening game nerves to creep into this one. Chile won the Copa America in 2015, and the talent in their attack is frightening. Premier League fans can back Alexis Sanchez to score first with Coral at 7/2. Chile to win is 4/7, and we can see why.
Tenerife beat Cadiz
Finishing up in the Spanish Segunda Division, and Tenerife are taken to overturn a 1-0 loss suffered at the hands of Cadiz in midweek. Ager Aketxe netted a late winner that day, but the bulk of quality comes from the Tenerife dressing room, and we expect them to scrape through this one. This won’t be the most entertaining match of the day, but the 19/20 should pull its weight.