A £1 bet on 14fold FA Cup third round acca returns over £310
Jamie Clark | 7 January 2017
14fold FA Cup third round acca
You know the New Year is here when FA Cup third round weekend looms large, and to celebrate Coral experts have put together a fantastic 14fold acca across four days of awesome action.
Staking just €/£1 on this multiple bets accumulator returns €/£310.51* at the current odds on offer. That could go a long way to replenishing the coffers after Christmas!
Read on as we discuss each leg of this 14fold FA Cup third round acca (all to win in 90 minutes) below:
Man City to humble Hammers
Pep Guardiola’s guys have won four of their last five, while Friday night hosts West Ham come into this tie on the back of successive defeats. Side with Manchester City at 4/6*.
Man Utd to rout Reading
The Red Devils come up against former player in travelling Royals coach Jaap Stam, but the ex-Dutch defender is likely to find Jose Mourinho’s men too tough. Reading have lost their last two trips to Old Trafford, so back Manchester United at 2/9*.
Ipswich to lump Lincoln
Conference leaders Lincoln City have a huge gulf to bridge in travelling to Mick McCarthy’s Suffolk side. The Tractor Boys should easily send the Red Imps packing, so take Ipswich Town at 1/2*.
Toffees to thwart Foxes again
Everton recently beat Leicester City 2-0 in Premier League action at the King Power on Boxing Day, so now they entertain them at Goodison Park the Toffees should be a home banker at 5/6*.
Newcastle to batter Birmingham
Rafa Benitez masterminded a 4-0 St James’ Park romp over West Midlands outfit the Blues in December with Dwight Gayle hitting a Championship hat-trick.
Gianfanco Zola has made an unimpressive start to his time as Birmingham City boss, so despite home advantage this time around the Magpies look well worth backing at 17/20* for victory at St Andrew’s.
Hornets to sting Brewers
Burton Albion travel to Premier League club Watford, and lower league opposition in the FA Cup is perfect for the Hornets to return to winning ways. Walter Mazzarri can relieve some pressure with a home win at 4/7*.
Brighton to better MK Dons
Championship leaders Brighton and Hove Albion did a league double over FA Cup third round opposition the Dons in their relegation season last term, and the form of those games looks good to be repeated. Back Chris Hughton’s Seagulls at 1/2*.
Terriers to get past Port Vale
Huddersfield Town remain high-flyers in the Championship, so mid-table opposition from the division below in Port Vale holds no fears for David Wagner’s team. Side with the Terriers at 4/9*, who have won their last two cup ties against Vale.
Gunners to pummel Preston
Although Preston North End have never graced the Premier League, Arsene Wenger has twice managed victories over the Deepdale outfit in cup ties. Arsenal look set for more away joy here, then, at 2/5*.
Liverpool to pulverise Plymouth
Second in the Premier League plays second in League Two at Anfield, and that is an absolutely massive gulf in class and quality for the Pilgrims to bridge. Jurgen Klopp’s Reds represent another home banker leg of this 14fold FA Cup third round acca on Sunday at 1/7*.
Middlesbrough to whip Wednesday
In Boro’s promotion campaign last term, they beat Sheffield Wednesday home and away, so should do so again at the Riverside. Aitor Karanka’s men re 5/6* to topple the Owls again.
Chelsea to punish Posh
Play-off chasing Peterborough United are likely to find Premier League leaders Chelsea in a vengeful mood after their record winning streak came to an end last time out. The Blues should vent frustrations on League One outfit Posh, and are another banker at 1/6*.
Spurs heroes again over Villans
Tottenham ended Chelsea’s winning streak and boast the best home Premier League record. They have also won eight of their last nine meetings with Aston Villa, so Mauricio Pochettino’s team look a sure-fire bet to win at 2/7*.
Leeds to make Cambridge crumble
Resurgent Championship club Leeds United have an unbeaten record against Cambridge United, so should be shorter than evens* to advance from this FA Cup tie in 90 minutes.
*All quoted odds and returns correct as of the time of first publishing.