Wednesday, December 19, 2018

30th Dec: Weekend Football Acca – 126/1 long shot

Benjamin Darvill in Football Accumulators 29 Dec 2017


The footballing action continues this weekend with a glut of games for the fans to enjoy. Teams can now see the end of 2017, and while they will be desperate to start 2018 with a win, they will want to end the current year in style by taking all three points. With this in mind, we have tracked down a number of interesting bets for you to take a look at.

Saturday 30th December

11:30 BST Fiorentina vs AC Milan

Serie A continues with a proper clash in midtable as Fiorentina and AC Milan lock horns. Fiorentina have been in good form this season winning seven games, while they have scored 27 goals and conceded 19 times, resulting in the side taking 26 points from their 18 games. AC Milan have been struggling massively this season as they have fallen down to 11th in the table with 24 points, meaning they are 14 points short of Roma in fourth and the last Champions League spot, while they are 16 short of arch-rivals Inter Milan in third. It is clear that this season has been an exceptionally poor one for AC Milan.

Tip: Home win @ 21/20 

14:00  Benevento vs Chievo

Serie A returns with another massive game as the teams at the bottom of the table are fighting tooth and nail to avoid relegation this season. Bottom side Benevento are the hosts on Saturday and they are in desperate need of a win. After 18 games in the league, they have taken just one point and they are already 14 points short of safety. Chievo, on the other hand, are in relative safety with 21 points from their 18 games following five wins and six draws. They will feel that this is a perfect chance for the side to add three more points to their total for the season.

Tip: Away win @ 13/10

15:00 Bournemouth vs Everton

Bournemouth have been struggling massively this season and they are in danger of getting relegated to the Championship. After 20 games they have just four wins, and they are a point below West Ham in 17th and safety. Eddie Howe’s men need things to turn around quickly, with the side struggling at both ends of the pitch, scoring just 18 goals and conceding 31 times already. Everton, on the other hand, are a team renewed. Sam Allardyce has guided the side up to ninth with 27 points and they have remained unbeaten in their last five. They are one of the few teams that will be sorry to see the back of December.

Tip: Away win @ 23/10

15:00 Huddersfield vs Burnley

Huddersfield have been defying expectation this season and they currently sit in 11th-place with 23 points. Six wins and five draws is a good record from their 20 games, but they have only scored 18 times, while they have already conceded 32 goals this season. For Burnley, it is fast becoming a dream season. After 20 games they are in seventh with 33 points, 16 clear of the relegation zone, and just five behind Liverpool in the final Champions League place. Sean Dyche’s men have been the surprise package of the campaign so far, and they are showing no signs of slowing down.

Tip: Away win @ 13/5

17:00 Inter Milan vs Lazio 

Inter Milan have hit a poor run of form in recent weeks as they have struggled to come back from their draw three games ago. Since then they have lost twice, and they are five points behind first-placed Napoli. Lazio, on the other hand, have been in fairly good form, winning two of their last five and losing just once. The visitors are just four points behind Inter with a game in hand, meaning a win on Saturday would cut the gap between the two to a single point.

Tip: Home win @ 5/4

Our weekend football accumulator:

Fiorentina vs AC Milan – Home win @ 21/20

Benevento vs Chievo – Away win @ 13/10

Bournemouth vs Everton – Away win @ 23/10

Huddersfield vs Burnley – Away win @ 13/5

Inter Milan vs Lazio – Home win @ 5/4

Place a £10 bet on our midweek accumulator and pocket £1260.32 if all predictions are correct.

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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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