£10 on our Sunday football acca pays £327
Sunday 10-fold gives punters a reason to cheer
We have a jam-packed Sunday schedule ahead and the football brains at Coral offer our views on how you can line your pockets. £10 pays £327.30, with prices and returns correct at the time of writing.
Arsenal beat Burnley
Arsenal’s title challenge looks to be over, with eight points to find to match the pace of current leaders Chelsea, but they will want to bag another top-four finish and can strengthen their position with three points on Sunday. Burnley are a capable side but were well-beaten on their last trip to the Emirates and I expect them to be again here.
Chelsea beat Hull
Everyone is excited about Chelsea’s form so far this season, but the blues have remained grounded, taking one game at a time as they look to capture what would be a memorable title and real turnaround for the club. In their current form they simply can’t be overlooked.
Southampton beat Leicester
This looks to be a real tricky contest but I am going to stick my neck out and come down on the side of the locals. The Saints welcome back Van Dijk and Bertrand, while The Foxes must patch up a squad missing Ulloa through, ahem, injury, and Mahrez, Slimani and Amartey who are at the African Nations. Those are big losses and The Saints should profit at Coral’s 5/6.
Hearts beat Raith
In the Scottish Cup, Premiership should rule over Championship, with Hearts travelling to Raith. Rovers are on a miserable run of form in the league, failing to win any of their last nine. Hearts are getting better, slowly, under Cathro, but can use this to grab a confidence boosting win at 1/2.
Celtic beat Albion Rovers
The Bhoys won’t play anything like their strongest side on Sunday against lowly Albion Rovers, but the younger faces coming through at the club have already proven their worth this season and will be desperate to show their professionalism here. Celtic go in to boost up the acca.
Sevilla beat Osasuna
Fresh from their dramatic win over Real Madrid last weekend, Sevilla will be eager to show they are the real deal and can make history by going and winning La Liga. They have taken each of their last four league starts and now face a side rock-bottom of the division. 8/15 does a job.
Atletico Madrid beat Athletic Bilbao
Bilbao are holding their own in La Liga but they have picked up just one win in their last four and it looks like they are beginning to feel the pace. Madrid enter looking for a fourth win on the spin and, with that confidence, must be given a shot at a generous looking 21/20.
Barcelona beat Eibar
Barca currently find themselves third in the pile, but they haven’t done much wrong and will be looking to kick-on and put together a run of wins. Eibar have put forward just one win in their last five league starts and look up against it.
Roma beat Cagliari
Roma know that rivals for the title Juventus face a tough assignment this weekend, and will be looking to put the pressure on with a win over midtable Cagliari. The underdogs haven’t made a habit of winning recently and their recent form, failing to score in each of their last four defeats, makes a Roma pick simple.
Juventus beat Lazio
Juve can take a massive step to winning another Serie A title when meeting Lazio in what promises to be one for the fans. The Old Lady beat Lazio 1-0 away from home earlier this season and will fancy their chances of building on that at 8/15.