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NATIONS LEAGUE BETSLIP LANDS!

NATIONS LEAGUE BETSLIP LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games in the Nations League being played on the 15th of november 2018!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Both Teams To Score to Win
Croatia – Spain

Hungary to Win
Hungary – Estonia

Belgium to Win
Belgium -Iceland

 


The games end in the following results:

Croatia 3 – 2 Spain
As expected, fans witnessed a real football festival at Stadion Maksimir on Thursday evening. The first half of the UEFA Nations League clash between Croatia and Spain, though, was pretty quiet. There were no goals in the first 45 minutes of the match, but the Ante Dalic’s men broke the deadlock nine minutes into the second half, with Andrej Kramaric rifling an unstoppable low drive into the middle of the net. Nonetheless, only two minutes later La Roja scored the equalizer, with Dani Ceballos finding the net to make it 1-1. Croatia decided to stick to their attacking style of play and they took yet another lead after 69 minutes as Tin Jedvaj scored from close range. Nine minutes later Sergio Ramos leveled the score from the penalty spot, but the Croats head the last word in the Stadion Maksimir clash as Tin Jedvaj fired the ball into the right side of the goal in the dying seconds of the match to set up the final score 3-2.

54′ Andrej Kramaric 1 – 0
56′ Daniel Ceballos 1 – 1
69′ Tin Jedvaj 2 – 1
78′ Sergio Ramos 2 – 2
90′ Tin Jedvaj 3 – 2

Hungary 2 – 0 Estonia
Hungary faced Estonia at Groupama Arena in Budapest in the penultimate group game in the UEFA Nations League. The Hungarians were considered hot favourites to win the match and they quickly took the lead, with Willi Orban finding the net after eight minutes. His bullet header helped the hosts break the deadlock, but Marco Rossi ‘s men continued to dominate the game. Hungary failed to double their lead in the first half of the match, but Adam Szalai got his name on the scoresheet in the 69th minute as he took advantage of Estonia’s defensive error. The Hoffenheim attacker scored a beautiful goal to set up the final score of the match and help Hungary move one step closer to clinching second place in League C Group 2. It has to be noted that the hosts had no less than 18 goal attempts in the 2-0 win over Estonia.

8′ Willi Orban 1 – 0
69′ Adam Szalai 2 – 0

Belgium 2 – 0 Iceland
Belgium were struggling to find the net in the first half of Thursday’s football game against Iceland, but they eventually recorded a very important win in their penultimate group game in the UEFA Nations League. The Red Devils had only one clear-cut opportunity to score in the first half of the game, with Michy Batshuayi missing a sitter from inside the six-yard box. The Red Devils continued to dominate the game, but the fans had to wait for the first goal until 65th minute of the match when Batshuayi tapping the ball into an empty net. To make things even better for the Valencia attacker, he doubled Belgium’s lead 16 minutes later after Hannes Holldorsson’s huge mistake. Roberto Martinez’s men then decided to defend their lead and they did it in style. Taking everything into account, Belgium’s win was well deserved ad they had 22 goal attempts during the match.

65′ Michy Batshuayi
81′ Michy Batshuayi

 


 

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ON A STREAK! CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACCA LANDS!

ON A STREAK! CHAMPIONS LEAGUE ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games Champions League games being played in round 4!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Schalke 04 to Win
Schalke 04 – Galatasaray

Tottenham Hotspur to Win
Tottenham Hotspur – PSV

Valencia to Win
Valencia – Young Boys

 


The games end in the following results:

Schalke 2 – 0 Galatasaray
Thanks to a win over Galatasaray at their Veltins Arena Schalke 04 moved one step closer to booking their place in the Champions League knockout stages. Guido Burgstaller opened the scoring for die Knappen after four minutes, but the Bundesliga side could have scored more goals in the first half of the match. Amine Harit, Sebastian Rudy and Guido Burgstaller could have doubled Schalke’s lead, but they were more than unfortunate not to find the net. However, the Bundesliga team eventually secured the victory, with Mark Uth scoring from inside the box to set up the final score of the match 2-0. Galatasaray then went all-out attack in order to, at least, score a consolation goal, but they failed to do so. Schalke’s win is well deserved and you should bear in mind that the Turks had no more than one shot on target in the 2-0 loss to die Knappen.

4′ Guido Burgstaller 1 – 0
57′ Mark Uth 2 – 0

Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 1 PSV
Tottenham desperately needed a win against PSV, but the match against the Dutch champions was anything but a walk in the park for Mauro Pochettino’s troops. PSV opened the scoring in the seconf minute of the match, with Luuk de Jong finding the net for the visitors. Gaston Pereiro sent a terrific cross into the box from the corner and Luuk de Jong planted a header down inside the left post. However, Tottenham continued to attack in numbers as they were determined to pick up all three points from the match. Spurs finally scored the equalizer in the 78th minute of the game, with Harry Kane firing a first-time projectile from inside the box. To make things even better for the hosts, Tottenham managed to complete the comeback 11 minutes later, with Harry Kane scoring his second goal of the match to set up the final score 2-1.

2′ Luuk de Jong 0 – 1
78′ Harry Kane 1 – 0
89′ Harry Kane 2 – 1

Valencia 3 – 1 Young Boys
Valencia and Young Boys faced each other at Estadio de Mestalla in their fourth group game in the Champions League. Valencia broke the deadlock after 14 minutes, with Santi Mina slotting the ball into the net from close range to make it 1-0. Christian Fassnacht levelled the score for Young Boys in the 37th minute, but that was not the last goal of the first half. Santi Mina proved his worth once again five minutes later, with the former Celta Vigo attacker putting the ball into the bottom left corner. Young Boys striker Guillaume Hoarau then missed a great opportunity to score the equalizer as his bullet header went just wide of the left post. Carlos Soler eventually put the game to bed in the 56th minute as he scored the third goal for los Che from inside the box after making a great solo run.

14′ Santi Mina 1 – 0
37′ Roger Assale 1 – 1
42′ Santi Mina 2 – 1
56′ Carlos Soler 3 – 1

 


 

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SUPER SUNDAY ACCA COMES IN!

SUPER SUNDAY ACCA COMES IN!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 4th of November 2018!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

AC Milan to Win
Udinese – AC Milan

Borussia Monchengladbach  to Win
Borussia Monchengladbach – Fortuna Dusseldorf

Chelsea  to Win
Chelsea – Crystal Palace

 


The games end in the following results:

Udinese 0 – 1 AC Milan
Udinese and Milan faced each other at Dacia Arena at the weekend. The Zebrette did well to prevent Milan attackers from scoring in the first half of the match, but the Rossoneri eventually managed to break the deadlock. Udinese winger Bram Nuytinck was sent off in the fifth minute of the stoppage time, which was probably the main reason why Genaro Gattuso’s men broke the deadlock. Milan found the net in the 97th minute of the match, with Alessio Romagnoli curling the ball inside the right post from the edge of the box. Referee Marco Di Bello checked whether the goal can stand and seeing that there was no infringement, the goal was given. Taking everything into account, the Rossoneri’s win is well deserved and it has to be noted that the visitors had 15 goal attempts, from which 9 were on target.

90′ Alessio Romagnoli 0 – 1

Borussia Monchengladbach 3 – 0 Fortuna Dusseldorf
Despite failing to find the net in the first half of Sunday’s Bundesliga game against Fortuna Dusseldorf, Borussia M’gladbach eventually picked up three points from the match. Die Fohlen were struggling to break the deadlock in the first 45 minutes of the game, but three minutes into the second half they managed to find the net. The referee pointed to the stop after an away player handled the ball, with Thorgan Hazard scoring the opener for the hosts. To make things even better for Borussia M’gladbach fans, Jonas Hofmann doubled their lead after 67 minutes as he sent the ball into the bottom left corner from inside the box. The hosts put the game to bed 25 minutes later, with Thorgan Hazard scoring his second goal of the match. The Belgium international set up the final score of the match (3-0) and helped die Fohlen overtake Bayern Munchen in the second place in the Bundesliga standings.

48′ Thorgan Hazard 1 – 0
67′ Jonas Hofmann 2 – 0
82′ Thorgan Hazard 3 – 0

Chelsea 3 – 1 Crystal Palace
Chelsea and Crystal Palace faced each other at Stamford Bridge in the local derby on Sunday. The Blues adopted an attacked-minded approach in the London derby, which paid off after 32 minutes when Alvaro Morata found the net. The Spanish attacker connected with a pass inside the box and slammed home into the bottom right corner to make it 1-0. However, the Eagles started the second half in style, with Andros Townsend scoring the equalizer in the 53rd minute of the match. Chelsea, though, eventually picked up all three points from the local derby as they scored two goals in the range of five minutes. Alvaro Morata doubled the Blues’ lead after 65 minutes, with Pedro setting up the final score of the game five minutes later. Taking everything into account, Chelsea’s victory is well deserved as they had no less than 15 goal attempts during the match.

32′ Alvaro Morata 1 – 0
53′ Andros Townsend 1 – 1
65′ Alvaro Morata 2 – 1
70′ Pedro 3 – 1

 


 

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NATIONS LEAGUE ACCA STRIKE CONTINUES!

NATIONS LEAGUE ACCA STRIKE CONTINUES!

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the Nations League on the 14th of October!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Russia to Win
Russia – Turkey

Israel  to Win
Israel – Albania

 


The games end in the following results:

Russia 2 – 0 Turkey

20′ Roman Neustaedter 1 – 0
Denis Cheryshev 2 – 0

Israel 2 – 0 Albania

8′ Tomer Hemed 1 – 0
83′ Dia Saba 2 – 0


 

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NATIONS LEAGUE THREEFOLD STRIKES!

NATIONS LEAGUE THREEFOLD STRIKES!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Nations League 2018!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Romania to Win
Lithuania – Romania

Austria to Win
Austria – Northern Ireland

Belgium to Win
Belgium – Switzerland

 


The games end in the following results:

Lithuania 1 – 2 Romania
Romania desperately needed a win against Romania in their third group match in the UEFA Nations League and they managed to get one. The Romanians took the lead after 13 minutes, with Alexandru Chipciu finding the net from close range after a rebound. The Tricolours managed to defend their lead in the first half of the match, but the hosts gave fans some cheer in the second half. The Lithuanians gave their best to level the score and they managed to do so in the 90th minute, with Zulpa scoring the equalizer. When everybody thought that the two sides would share the spoils, Romania managed to score the winner, with Maxim Alexandru setting up the final score of the match with a cool finish inside the box. It has to be noted that Romania had 16 goal attempts (7 on target) during the match, meaning that their victory is well deserved.

13′ Alexandru Chipciu 0 – 1
90′ Arturas Zulpa 1 – 1
90 Alexandru Maxim 1 – 2

Austria 1 – 0 Northern Ireland
After suffering a 1-0 loss to Bosnia, Austria faced a must-win situation against Northern Ireland. Both sides failed to impress in the first half of the match and, as a result, no goals were scored in the first 45 minutes. The Austrians, though, were desperate to pick up all three points from the game and they adopted an attack-minded approach in the second half. The hosts eventually found the net after 71 minutes, with Premier League ace Marko Arnautovic scoring the opener. Austria then decided to defend their slim lead and they managed to do so. Taking everything into account, the Austrians’ win is well deserved as Northern Ireland had no more than one shot on target during the match. Das Team picked up vital three points from their third group game, but they need to be at their sharpest in the remainder of the UEFA Nations League if they are to clinch top position in the standings.

71′ Marko Arnautovic 1 – 0

Belgium 2 – 1 Switzerland
Belgium and Switzerland faced each other at King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels in the Group 2 derby. The Red Devils created several clear-cut opportunities to score in the first half, but Yannick Carrasco and Eden Hazard eventually failed to find the net. The hosts continued to press forward in the second half and after 58 minutes they finally broke the deadlock. Romelu Lukaku latched on an accurate pass deep inside the box from Thomas Meunier and beat the goalkeeper with a low shot in to the middle of the goal. However, 18 minutes later Mario Gavranovic gave Switzerland fans some cheer as he found the net from a close range to make it 1-1. However, Belgium had the last word in this Nations League clash as Romelu Lukaku proved his worth once again in the 84th minute, setting up the final score of the match (2-1).

58′ Romelu Lukaku 1 – 0
76′ Mario Gavranovic 1 – 1
84′ Romelu Lukaku 2 – 1


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SUNDAY FUNDAY FOLD SUCCEEDS

SUNDAY FUNDAY FOLD SUCCEEDS

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the La Liga and Premier League on the 7th of October 2018!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Arsenal to Win
Fulham – Arsenal

Valladolid to Win
Valladolid – Huesca

 


The games end in the following results:

Fulham 1 – 5 Arsenal
As expected, Arsenal extended their thrilling winning run in the Premier League, with the team rolling over their local rivals Fulham at Craven Cottage. The Gunners opened the scoring after 29 minutes, with Alexandre Lacazette smashing a low shot into the bottom left corner from inside the box. However, the Cottagers leveled the score on the stroke of half time, with Andre Schurrle finding the net with a beautiful chipped finish. Arsenal , though, dominated the game in the second half, with the team scoring the second goal of the match in the 49thminute. Alexandre Lacazette fired the ball into the bottom left corner from the edge of the box to make it 1:2. Fellow striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang then proved his worth, with the former Borussia Dortmund man scoring two goals in 12 minutes. To make thing even better for Unai Emery’s troops, Aaaron Ramsey put icing on the cake in the stoppage time to set up the final score of the match – 1:5.

 

29′ Alexandre Lacazette 0 – 1
44′ Andre Schurrle 1 – 1
49′ Alexandre Lacazette 1 -2
67′ Aaron Ramsey 1 – 3
79′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 1 – 4
90′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 1 – 5

Valladolid 1 – 0 Huesca
Real Valladolid are determined to secure the La Liga survival. The newcomers have been producing fine performances in the 2018/2019 season and thanks to a hard-fought win over Huesca they climbed to seventh place in the standings. La Pucela missed a good chance to break the deadlock after 24 minutes, but Duje Cop’s shot eventually went just over the crossbar. However, four minutes later, Real Valladolid opened the scoring, with Ruben Alcaraz taking the set piece from about 22 meters out and sending the ball inside the left post. What a cracker! Huesca then did their best to level things up, but they eventually failed to grab something from the match. La Pucela adopted a defence-minded approach in the second half of the match, with the team managing to defend their slim lead and record their third consecutive win in the Spanish elite division.

28′ Ruben Alcaraz 1 – 0


 

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EUROPA LEAGUE ACCUMULATOR CASH!

EUROPA LEAGUE ACCUMULATOR CASH!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the group stage of the Europa League!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

AC Milan to Win
AC Milan – Olympiakos

Bayer Leverkusen to Win
Bayer Leverkusen – AEK Larnaca

St Liege to Win
St Liege – Akhisar Belediye

 


The games end in the following results:

AC Milan 3 – 1 Olympiakos
As expected, Milan defeated Olympiakos at home ground in the Europa League group stages round 2, but the Serie A side failed to impress in the first half of the match. The Thrylos were the ones who took the lead, with Guerrero steering a bullet header from the centre of the box into the bottom right corner. Pepe Reina had no chance of stopping the shot. However, Genaro Gattuso’s men did well to come from behind and beat the Greek side at their Stadio San Siro, with the likes of Gonzalo Higuain and Patrick Cutrone helping the Rossoneri record their second win of the process. Cutrone scored the equalizer in the 70th minute of the match and six minutes later Higuain helped the Italian side take the lead. Only three minutes later Patrick Cutrone scored his second goal of the match and set up the final score.

14′ Guerrero 0 – 1
70′ Patrick Cutrone 1 – 1
76′ Gonzalo Higuain 2 – 1
79′ Patrick Cutrone 3 – 1

Bayer Leverkusen 4 – 2 AEK Larnaca
Bayer Leverkusen were desperate to bounce back from a 3-2 loss to Ludogorets and they managed to do so. The BayArena outfit outplayed AEK Larnaca at home ground on Thursday evening, but the Cypriotes scored the first goal of the match. Ivan Trickovski fired the ball inside the right post in the 25th minute of the match, but the hosts managed to equalize before the half-time break, with Kai Havertz finding the net for Heiko Herrlich’s troops. To make things even better for the fans, Alario scored the second for the Bundesliga side after 49 minutes, with the same player doubling Bayer’s lead in the 88th minute. However, that was not the last action of the match as two more goals were netted in the stoppage time. Raspas first scored for the visitors in the 91th minute and one minute later Julian Brandt put the game to bed.

25′ Ivan Trickovski 0 – 1
44′ Kai Havertz 1 – 1
49′ Lucas Alario 2 – 1
88′ Lucas Alario 3 – 1
90′ Dimitris Raspas 3 – 2
90′ Julian Brandt 4 – 2

St Liege 2 – 1 Akhisarspor
Standard Liege desperately needed a win against Akhisar of Turkey on Thursday evening and they managed to get one. The Red Devils opened the scoring after 17 minutes, with Renaud Emong finding the net from inside the box. However, Onur Ayik helped the visitors level the score 15 minutes later as he fired home from close range to make it 1:1. Standard Liege then went all-out attack and five minutes before the half-time break Moussa Djenepo scored the second goal for the hosts. Djenepo planted a brilliant header into the roof of the net, setting up the final score of the match. The visitors finished the match with ten men on the field as Mustafa Yumlu was sent off after 82 minutes. Taking everything into account, Standard picked up vital three points from their second group game despite failing to impress in Thursday’s clash.

17′ Renaud Emond 1 – 0
32′ Onur Ayik 1 – 1
40′ Moussa Djenepo 2 – 1

 


 

 

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PREMIER LEAGUE ROUND 7 THREEFOLD BANKS!

PREMIER LEAGUE ROUND 7 THREEFOLD BANKS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in round 7 of the English Premier League!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Arsenal to Win
Arsenal – Watford

Tottenham Hotspur to Win
Huddersfield Town – Tottenham Hotspur

Wolverhampton Wanderers to Win
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Southampton

 


The games end in the following results:

Arsenal 2 – 0 Watford
Despite failing to impress in Saturday’s clash against Watford, Arsenal did well to extend their wining run in the Premier League to five matches. The Gunners were struggling to break the deadlock in the first half of the game, but then Watford centre-back Cathcart helped the capital club take the lead. The slightly disoriented defender put the ball into his own net after 81 minutes, with Unai Emery’s troops finally taking the lead. Two minutes later Arsenal doubled their lead, with Mesut Ozil beating the goalkeeper with a shot into the bottom right corner. Roberto Pereyra and Abdoulaye Doucoure then missed good chances to score a consolation goal for the Hornets and, as a result, 2:0 was the final score of the match. As previously mentioned, the Gunners failed to impress in the clash against Watford, but they eventually gave fans yet another reason for celebration.

81′ Craig Cathcart 1 – 0
83′ Mesut Ozil 2 – 0

Huddersfield Town 0 – 2 Tottenham Hotspur
Huddersfield Town hosted Tottenham at the John Smith’s Stadium on day 7 of the new Premier League campaign. As expected, Spurs took the lead after 25 minutes, with the team’s top scorer Harry Kane finding the net from inside the box. Kane doubled Tottenham’s lead nine minutes later as he scored from the penalty spot. The capital club then decided to slow the tempo down and they managed to defend their two-goal lead without any difficulties. It has to be noted, though, that the Terriers missed a couple of good chances to score the consolation goal, but the likes of Isaac Mbenza and Chris Lowe failed to find the net in the 71st and the 79th minute respectively. Taking everything into account, Tottenham wanted this win more than Huddersfield Town, who remained in the danger zone in the Premier League standings.

25′ Harry Kane 0 – 1
34′ Harry Kane 0 – 2

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 – 0 Southampton
Wolverhampton continue to impress in the 2018/2019 Premier League season. After holding Manchester United to a draw at Old Trafford, the Wolves defeated Southampton at their Molineux Stadium, but this game was anything but a walk in the park for the hosts. The newcomers were struggling to break the deadlock in the first half of the match, but they never gave up. Wolverhampton continued to dominate the game in the second half, with the team finally scoring the opener after 79 minutes. Ivan Cavaleiro opened the scoring for the Wolves and eight minutes later former Celta Vigo defender Jonny set up the final score of the match. Matt Doherty teed up Jonny inside the box, who kept his cool and scored low into the middle of the goal. Wolverhampton’s victory is well deserved, but it has to be noted that Southampton had 17 goal attempts in the 2-0 loss to the Wolves.

79′ Ivan Cavaleiro 1 – 0
87′ Jonny Castro 2 – 0

 


 

 

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EUROPA LEAGUE TRIPLE ACCA HITS!

EUROPA LEAGUE TRIPLE ACCA HITS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Europa League 2018/2019 leg 1 of the group stage!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Celtic to Win
Celtic – Rosenborg

Sporting Portugal to Win
Sporting Portugal – Qarabag

RC Genk to Win
RC Genk – Malmo FF

 


The games end in the following results:

Celtic 1 – 0 Rosenborg
Celtic and Rosenborg face each other in round 1 of the 2018/2019 Europa League campaign in the replay of the Champions League clash played earlier this term. Last time out the Hoops recorded a routine win over the Norwegian champions, but Brendan Rodgers’ men were struggling to break the deadlock in Thursday’s football match. There were no goals in the first half of the game at Celtic Park, but the Scottish side eventually managed to turn their dominance into goal. Leigh Griffiths latched on to a terrific cross in the 87th minute and got his head on the ball to score the only goal of the match. The Hoops did well to defend their lead in the remainder of the game. Celtic’s win is well deserved and it has to be noted that the hosts had 13 goal attempts during the match.

87′ Leigh Griffiths 1 – 0

Sporting Portugal 2 – 0 Qarabag
As expected, Sporting defeated Qarabag in the opening match of their Europa League campaign, but the Lions’ performance in the first half of the game was anything but impressive. The Portuguese side were struggling to break the deadlock and it has to be noted that Qarabag striker Innocent Emeghara missed a clear-cut opportunity to score in the 27th minute. The Lions, though, were on top of their game in the second half and they quickly took the lead. Raphinha scored the opener from close range after 54 minutes, with former Manchester United winger Nani providing an assist. Sporting continued to dominate the match, with the team scoring the second in the 88th minute. Jovane Cabral set up the final score of the game (2-0), showing brilliant composure inside the box to fire into the bottom right corner. You should bear in mind that Qarabag had no more than 5 goal attempts in the 2-0 loss to Sporting.

54′ Raphinha 1 – 0
88′ Jovane Cabral 2 – 0

RC Genk 2 – 0 Malmo FF
As expected, Genk defeated Malmo in the opening match of their Europa League campaign. Genk dominated the game from the start, but they took the lead not before 37th minute when Leandro Trossard found the net. There were no more goals in the first half, but the Belgian side continued to press forward and twenty minutes before the final whistle they scored the second goal of the match. Mbwana Samata hit the rebound into the bottom right corner and set up the final score of the game. It has to be noted, though, that Ruslan Malinovsky produced a mid-range attempt, which could have helped Genk increase the advantage. Anyhow, the Belgian outfit totally deserved to pick up all three points from their opener. Genk had no less than 25 goal attempts during the match, with Malmo failing to take a shot on target.

37′ Leandro Trossard 1 – 0
71′ Mbwana Samata 2 – 0

 


 

 

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PREMIER LEAGUE ACCA COMES IN!

PREMIER LEAGUE ACCA COMES IN!

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the Premier League and one game being played in the La Liga!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Chelsea to Win
Chelsea – Bournemouth

Arsenal to Win
Cardiff City – Arsenal

Liverpool to Win
Leicester City – Liverpool

 


The games end in the following results:

Chelsea 2 – 0 Bournemouth
Bournemouth travelled to Stamford Bridge hoping to carry on their good from at the start of the season. But it wasn’t to be. Chelsea manager has brushed away all critics by winning their three opening matches. Bournemouth coach Howe made three changes from last weekend, bringing in new signings Lerma and Rico into the starting eleven and Francis instead of Daniels. Chelsea made one change putting Willian in instead of Pedro. Not much happened in the first half even if Chelsea did have more of the ball. Then, only seven minutes after replacing Willian, Pedro got a lucky deflection and scored a goal to give Chelsea the lead in the 72nd minute. Chelsea never looked back after that, especially after Hazard was rewarded for his good play by placing the ball past the Bournemouth goalkeeper Begovic in minute 85. That secured the win and all three points for the Blues making it four out of four at the start of the season.

72′ Pedro 1 – 0
85′ Eden Hazard

Cardiff City 2 – 3 Arsenal
Early noon on Sunday, before kick-off, Neil Warnock had hoped that his side could take advantage of Arsenals current problems. Danny Ward made his first start in the Premier League for Cardiff. Arsenal coach Unai Emery brought back Mesut Ozil on the left and Alexandre Lacazette in attack in place of Henrikh Mkhitaryan. It all started with Mustafi’s header in the 12th minute giving Arsenal the lead. Then, just before the break, in the 47th minute, Camarasa scored to even the score at 1:1. In the 62nd minute Aubameyang scored a beautiful goal form all of 20 yards to give Arsenal their 2nd lead of the match. But, eight minutes later, Ward celebrated his premiership start with a 2nd equalizer for Cardiff giving them hope that they could turn this around. However, Lacazette had other ideas, scoring a powerful goal in the 81st minute giving Arsenal a much welcomed away win.

11′ Shokdran Mustafi 0 – 1
45′ Victor Camarasa 1 – 1
62′ Patrick Aubameyang 1 – 2
70′ Danny Ward 2 – 2
81′ Alexandre Lacazette 2 – 3

Leicester City 1 – 2 Liverpool
Liverpool haven’t won in the opening four games of the season since 1990.  Leicester City had to play without Vardy who was serving the last of his three-match suspension. They also gave Rachid Ghezzal a start instead of Kelechi Iheanacho. Liverpool’s skipper Henderson got the nod instead of Keita, who had been brilliant so far. Liverpool were quick out of the gates with Salah missing a great chance before Mane managed to score his 4th of the season in the 10th minute. Liverpool kept on attacking and finally got their second just before the break, courtesy of a nicely placed Firminho header. Things changed in the 2nd half with Leicester having more of the ball, forcing Allison to make a mistake in the 63rd minute and concede Liverpool’s first goal of the season. Liverpool held on to win 2:1 and continue their great start of the season. Klopp was afterwards happy Allison made the mistake because now he knows it can never happen again.

10′ Sadio Mane 0 – 1
45′ Roberto Firmino 0 – 2
63′ Rachid Ghezzal 1 – 2

 


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