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4th Nov: Weekend Football Acca – 31/1 bet

Benjamin Darvill in Football Accumulators 3 Nov 2017

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Club football is back on the weekend following an exciting round of Champions League matches in the week. The international break is on the horizon too, meaning every side will be desperate to pick up three points and send their fans into a two-week break from club football happy. With this in mind, we have tracked down some interesting bets that could be good value for money.

Saturday 4th November

15:00 GMT Swansea vs Brighton

Swansea City are looking to arrest a poor run of form that has seen them beaten in their last two games in a row. Just eight points from their opening 10 games means they are once again becoming embroiled in a relegation fight, and manager Paul Clement will know that their game against Brighton is a must win. For the visitors, it has been a fairly solid start to the season. The promoted side have taken 12 points from their 10 games and look at home with the standard of the league. With Swansea playing at home, this game will be a very tough one for Brighton.

Tip: Tammy Abraham to score anytime @ 21/10

16:00 Angers vs PSG

Angers are in action on Saturday against the strongest side in the league and they will have to play at a level that is perhaps beyond them if they are to win. Two wins in their 11 games shows they are struggling, but seven draws displays the fact that they are very adept at holding teams this season. PSG, on the other hand, have been outstanding this term. Nine wins and two draws in their opening 11 games means they have a four-point lead at the top, and very few are betting against them maintaining that this weekend.

Tip: PSG to win @ 1/4

17:30 Alaves vs Espanyol

Alaves are the hosts this weekend and they are in desperate need of a win. After 10 games they have won just once, losing the other nine. Four goals scored and 16 conceded shows that they are struggling at both ends of the pitch. The visitors come in the shape of Espanyol, who are in far better form than their hosts. 13 points from 10 games means they are seven points clear of the bottom three, and they are a good bet to hand Alaves their 10th loss of the campaign.

Tip: Espanyol to win @ 17/10

Sunday 5th November

12:00 Tottenham Hotspur vs Crystal Palace 

Tottenham were outstanding in the week as they dismantled Real Madrid in a 3-1 win and, in doing so, booked their place in the next round of the Champions League. They suffered a defeat at the hands of Manchester United last weekend, and so they will be looking to use their midweek win to bounce back in the league. For Crystal Palace, this game surely holds only pain. 10 games, one win and eight defeats mean that Spurs will fancy themselves to easily sweep their opponents aside.

Tip: Tottenham to win and both teams to score – No @ 11/10

14:00 Chievo vs Napoli 

Chievo host the leaders of Serie A on Sunday as they look to close the gap between themselves and Sampdoria in sixth, and the last European spot. However, two defeats in their last two games has stunted their campaign somewhat, causing them to lose ground on those above them. Napoli have not lost in the league this season, but they were hammered 4-2 by Manchester City in midweek, and they will be angling for a swift return to winning ways, meaning Chievo could take the full force of their anger.

Tip Napoli to win @ 2/5

Our weekend football accumulator:

Swansea vs Brighton – Tammy Abraham to score anytime @ 21/10

Angers vs PSG – PSG to win @ 1/4

Alaves vs Espanyol – Espanyol to win @ 17/10

Tottenham vs Crystal Palace – Tottenham to win and both teams to score – No @ 11/10

Chievo vs Napoli – Napoli to win @ 2/5

Place a £10 bet on our midweek accumulator and pocket £307.59 if all predictions are correct.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Benjamin Darvill


Ben is an English and creative writing graduate that is now working his way up in the world of sports journalism. Having been writing for the last four years, Ben has written for a number of websites specialising in sport, with football a particular passion. He is a long-suffering England fan and eternal optimist when it comes to the Three Lions.

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