Category: Accumulator of the Week

SUNDAY FUNDAY 3FOLD LANDS!

SUNDAY FUNDAY 3FOLD LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 10th of September 2017

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Villarreal to Win
Villarreal – Real Betis

Inter Milan to Win
Inter Milan – SPAL

Olympique Lyon to Win
Lyon – Guingamp


The games end in the following results:

Villarreal 3 – 1 Real Betis
Following back-to-back losses to the likes of Levante and Real Sociedad, Villarreal were desperate to grab something from Sunday’s match against Real Betis. However, los Beticos broke the deadlock after 11 minutes, with Sergio Leon scoring a close-range header for the visitors. The Yellow Submarine then went all guns blazing at Real Betis and they managed to turn their dominance into goal after 32 minutes. Summer signing Carlos Bacca took advantage of Antonio Adan’s huge mistake and put the ball into the back of the net. Villarreal could have taken the lead on the stroke of half-time, but Rodrigo Hernandez missed a clear-cut opportunity to score for the hosts. 16 minutes into the second half, though, Samu Castillejo found the net for the Yellows as he produced a fine striker into the left corner and 16 minutes later (77’) Enes Unal put the game to bed.

11′ Sergio Leon 0 – 1
32′ Carlos Bacca 1 – 1
61′ Sanuel Castillejo 2 – 1
77′ Enes Unal 3 – 1

Inter Milan 2 – 0 SPAL
Inter have been impressive at the start of the season under new coach Luciano Spalletti. Following back-to-back wins over the likes of Fiorentina and Roma, the Nerazzurri faced SPAL at their Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on Matchday 3. Inter adopted an attack-minded approach in Sunday’s clash and they scored the opener from the penalty spot after 27 minutes. The last season’s top scorer Mauro Icardi won the battle of wills and helped the hosts take the lead. The Nerazzurri continued to dominate the game and in the 74th minute Milan Skriniar missed a clear-cut chance to double Inter’s lead. However, eight minutes before the final whistle Croatia international Ivan Perisic scored the second goal for the hosts, setting up the final score of the match. Luciano Spalletti’s men totally deserved to pick up all three points from the match and it has to be noted that they had 19 goal attempts in the 2-0 win over the newcomers.

27′ Mauro Icardi 1 – 0
87′ Ivan Perisic 2 – 0

Olympique Lyon 2 – 1 Guingamp
Olympique Lyon are a team with two faces. Les Gones are a real force to be reckoned with at home, but they often struggle on the travels. Bruno Genesio’s troops welcomed Guingamp at their Parc Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday afternoon and a lively contest was on the cards. Former Real Madrid attacker Marino Diaz opened the scoring for the hosts after 19 minutes, with the summer signing netting his fourth goal of the season. However, in the 71st minute of the match the visitors scored the equalizing goal with Marcus Thuram scoring a close-range header to level the score. Guingamp’s celebration did not last long as Nabil Fekir scored the second for Lyon one minute later. The left-footed attacker set up the final score of the match (2-1), but it has to be noted that fans saw a close encounter at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

19′ Mariano Diaz 1 – 0
71′ Marcus Thuram 1 – 1
72′ Nabil Fekir 2 – 1


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WORLD CUP ACCUMULATOR LANDS!

WORLD CUP ACCUMULATOR LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three World Cup qualifiers games being played on the 3th of September!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Netherlands to Win
Netherlands – Bulgaria

Belgium to Win
Greece – Belgium

Portugal to Win
Hungary – Portugal


The games end in the following results:

Netherlands 3 – 1 Bulgaria
Netherlands desperately needed a win against Bulgaria and they managed to get one. Brighton midfielder Davy Propper opened the scoring for the hosts after seven minutes and ten minutes later Bulgaria attacker Georgi Kostadinov missed a clear-cut chance to score the equalizing goal. The Oranje doubled their lead in the 67th minute of the match, with Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben easily burring the ball low into the middle of the goal. However, the Bulgarians battled back as Ivelin Popov found the net for the hosts in the 69th minute. The hosts then decided to slow down the tempo of the game, but ten minutes before the final whistle Davy Propper scored his second goal of the match and put the game to bed. Netherlands totally deserved to pick up all three points from the match, but they will have to be at their sharpest in the remainder of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers if they are to book their place at the showpiece tournament in Russia.

7′ Davy Propper 1 – 0
57′ Arjen Robben 2 – 0
69′ Georgi Kostadinov 2 – 1
80′ Davy Propper 3 – 1

Greece 1 – 2 Belgium
Greece and Belgium faced each other at Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in the Group H derby. The Greeks failed to impress in a goalless draw with Estonia and it is no surprise they were considered underdogs in the clash against the Red Devils. However, the hosts were a better side in the first half of the match, with Konstantinos Stafyllidis hitting the right post after 18 minutes. However, the Roberto Martinez’s men produced a much better performance in the second half and they broke the deadlock in the 70th minute, with Jan Vertonghen scoring the opener from the edge of the box. However, three minutes later Jose Zeca scored the equalizer for the hosts and many people expected that the two sides would share the spoils in Piraeus. Only one minute later, though, Belgium attacker Romelu Lukaku made it 2-1 and his close-ranger header helped the visitors pick up all three points from the match.

70′ Jan Vertonghen 0 – 1
73′ Zeca 1 – 1
74′ Romelu Lukaku 1 – 2

Hungary 0 – 1 Portugal
Hungary welcome Portugal at Groupama Arena Budapest in the 2018 World Cup qualifier. The Hungarians were desperate to pick up all three points from the match, but Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. proved to be a big catch for Bernd Storck’s troops. Portugal adopted an attack-minded approach against Hungary as they are eager to climb to top position in Group B and they managed to turn their dominance into goal three minutes into the second half. AC Milan summer signing Andre Silva scored the winner for A Selecao following Cristiano Ronaldo’s assist. It has to be noted, though, that Hungary attacker Tamas Priskin was sent off after 30 minutes after his horrific challenge on Portugal defender Pepe. Portugal recorded a very important win in the Groupama Arena clash, but they are still sitting in second place in their 2018 World Cup qualifying group.

48′ Andre Silva 0 – 1


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THREEFOLD LANDS!

THREEFOLD LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the Premier League and one in the Bundesliga on the 18th and 19th of August

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Leicester City to Win
Leicester City – Brighton & Hove Albion

Liverpool to Win
Liverpool – Crystal Palace

Bayern Munich to Win
Bayern Munich – Bayer Leverkusen


The games end in the following results:

Leicester City 2 – 0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Leicester City were more than unfortunate not to grab something from the opening match of the season against Arsenal, with the team conceding two late goals in a 4-3 loss to Arsene Wenger’s troops, but the Foxes proved their worth in a 2-0 win over Brighton at the weekend. Shinji Okazaki broke the deadlock in the 1st minute of the match and Craig Shakespeare’s men continued to dominate the game. The Japanese attacker missed a good chance to double Leicester’s lead in the 41st minute of the match, but nine minutes into the second half Harry Maguire found the net for the hosts after the corner was whipped in by Riyad Mahrez. The Foxes totally deserved to pick up all three points from the game, but the match was marked by Jamie Vardy’s injury in the dying minutes of the match.

‘1 Shinji Okazaki 1 – 0
54’ Harry Maguire 2 – 0

Liverpool 1 – 0 Crystal Palace
Despite the fact that Liverpool coach rested some of his first-team regulars for the Champions League clash against Hoffenheim, the Reds did well to beat Crystal Palace at their Anfield at the weekend. Liverpool failed to impress in the first half of the match, but they went all-out attack in the second and eventually scored the winning goal in the 73rd minute. Senegal international Sadio Mane took advantage of an error from the opposition defenders and scored the winner from a close range. It has to be noted, though, that former Liverpool attacker Christian Benteke missed a clear-cut opportunity to score for Crystal Palace in the 56th minute of the match as his shot from inside the penalty area flew just over the crossbar. Anyhow, Liverpool were more than fortunate to pick up all three points from the match as they played below expectations in their first home game of the season.

73′ Sadio Mane 1 – 0

Bayern Munich 3 – 1 Bayer Leverkusen
Bayern Munich kicked off the new Bundesliga campaign with a 3-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen. The title holders adopted an attack-minded approach in the opening match of the season and they opened the scoring after nine minutes, with new signing Niklas Sule scoring his first ever goal for the Bavarians. Ten minutes later Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal doubled Bayern Munich’s lead as he scored with a header into an empty net. Bayer Leverkusen then missed several clear-cut chances to halve Bayern’s lead and, as a result, the hosts scored their third goal of the match in the 53rd minute. Bayern Munich were awarded a penalty following Aranguiz’s overly-aggressive challenge on the opposition attacker and Robert Lewandowski confidently powered the spot kick into the right side of the goal. Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Admir Mehmedi then (’65) scored a consolation goal for the BayArena outfit, setting up the final score of the match (3-1). 

9′ Niklas Schule 1 – 0
19′ Corentin Tolisso 2 – 0
53′ Robert Lewandowski 3 – 0
65′ Admir Mehmedi 3 – 1


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ACCUMULATOR COMES IN! THAT’S 2 IN A ROW!

ACCUMULATOR COMES IN! THAT’S 2 IN A ROW!

The accumulator special was focused on the European super cup final and 2 Premier League games being played on 8th and 12th of August!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Real Madrid to Win the Trophy
Real Madrid – Manchester United

Arsenal to Win
Arsenal – Leicester City

Everton to Win
Everton – Stoke City


The games end in the following results:

Real Madrid 2 – 1 Manchester United
Real Madrid are the dominant force in European football and that is more than obvious. After winning the Champions League title earlier this year, the Spanish giants did well to clinch the European Super Cup as well. Despite the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo started the match against Europa League winners Manchester United los Blancos defeated the Premier League side in Skopje 2-1 and gave fans yet another reason for celebration. Midfielder Casemiro opened the scoring in the 24th minute of the match, with Isco doubling Real Madrid’s lead seven minutes into the second half. Romelu Lukaku broke the deadlock for Man Utd ten minutes later (’62) and it has to be noted that Marcus Rashford missed a clear-cut opportunity to level the score ten minute before the final whistle. Taking everything into account, Real Madrid dominated the game and they totally deserved to win the prestigious trophy.

24′ Casemiro 1 – 0
52′ Isco 2 – 0
62′ Romelu Lukaku 2 – 1

Arsenal 4 – 3 Leicester City
Arsenal kicked off the new Premier League campaign with a come-from behind win over Leicester City. Coach Arsene Wenger could not count on key defenders for the opening match of the season and, as a result, the Gunners experienced all sorts of problems at the back in the 4-3 win over the Foxes. Summer signing Alexandre Lacazette opened the scoring for Arsenal after just two minutes, but three minutes later Okazaki scored the equalizer for Leicester City. To make things even better for Leicester fans Jamie Vardy scored the second for the away team in the 29th minute, but Arsenal attacker Danny Wellbeck level the score on the stroke of half time. Jamie Vardy netted his second goal of the game 11 minutes into the second half, but thanks to two late goals by Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud Arsene Wenger’s troops recorded a memorable 4-3 win over Craig Shakespeare’s charges on the opening day of the season.

2′ Alexandre Lacazette 1 – 0
5′ Shinji Okazaki 1 – 1
29′ Jamie Vardy 1 – 2
45′ Danny Welbeck 2 – 2
56′ Jamie Vardy 2 – 3
83′ Aaron Ramsey 3 – 3
85′ Olivier Giroud 4 – 3

Everton 1 – 0 Stoke City
Thanks to Wayne Rooney’s goal Everton recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Stoke City in the opening match of the season. The former Manchester United ace scored on his return to Goodison Park, but it has to be noted that the Toffees failed to impress in their opener. Ronald Koeman’s troops were struggling to break the deadlock in the first half of the match, but then a perfect lofted pass from Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the 45th minute found Wayne Rooney, who steered a close-range header into the roof of the net. Everton eventually managed to defend their slim lead and Dominic Calvert-Lewin should have doubled their lead in the 70th minute of the match. The full-back unleashed a fine effort towards the left side of the goal, but his shot was brilliantly saved by Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland. As previously mentioned, Everton played below expectations on the opening day of the season, but taking everything into account, they deserved to pick up all three points from the clash.

45′ Wayne Rooney


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ACCUMULATOR LANDS! BOOOOM!

ACCUMULATOR LANDS! BOOOOM!

The accumulator special was focused on the English and German Super Cup and the Ligue 1. Games were played on 5th and 6th of August! 

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Chelsea or Draw
Arsenal – Chelsea

Bayern Munich or Draw
Borussia Dortmund – Bayern Munich

Olympique Marseille to Win
Olympique Marseille – Dijon

 


The games end in the following results:

Chelsea 1 – 1 Arsenal
Chelsea and Arsenal faced each other in the 2017 Community Shield. There were no too much clear-cut chances to score in the first half of the match, but the Blues kicked off the second half of the game in style. Nigeria international Victor Moses scored with a shot from inside the box following a header pass from Gary Cahill. Antonio Conte’s men broke the deadlock one minute into the second half, but ten minutes before the final whistle summer signing Sead Kolasinac scored the equalizing goal with a nice header. It has to be noted, though, that the Blues were with ten men on the field as winger Pedro was sent off in the 80th minute of the game. The match was decided in a penalty shoot-out; Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech proved his worth by saving two penalties and he helped the Gunners win their 16th Community Shield title.

46′ Victor Moises 1 – 0
82′ Sead Kolasinac 1 – 1

Bayern Munich 2 -2 Borussia Dortmund
Bayern Munich were playing below expectations in pre-season, but the Bundesliga champions showed character in the German Super Cup and they eventually defeated Borussia Dortmund on penalties at Signal-Iduna-Park. Christian Pulisic opened the scoring for the hosts after 12 minutes, but six minutes later Robert Lewandowski leveled the score with a close-range shot. Bayern Munich attacker Thomas Muller then missed two clear-cut chances to find the net (’32, ’35), with Borussia goalkeeper denying Sebastian Rudy to score in the dying minutes of the first half as well. To make things even worse for FCB fans Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the second goal for the Millionaires in the 71th minute, but thanks to Lukasz Piszczek’s own goal seven minutes before the final whistle the game went into penalty shoot-out. Bayern Munich won the lottery, with Carlo Ancelotti’s troops clinching their seventh Super Cup trophy. You should bear in mind that Marc Bartra and Sebastian Rode failed to score from the penalty spot for BVB, whilst Joshua Kimmich’s penalty was saved by Roman Burki.

12′ Christian Pulisic 1 – 0
18′ Robert Lewandowski 1 – 1
71′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2 – 1
88′ Roman Burki 2 – 2

Olympique Marseille 3 – 0 Dijon
Olympique Marseille kicked off the 2017/2018 Ligue 1 campaign with a 3-0 win over Dijon, but the final score could have been pretty different. OM failed to impress in the first half of the match and they were more than fortunate to keep a clean sheet in the first 45 minutes of the game. Rudi Garcia’s men produced a much better performance in the second half and they broke the deadlock in the 51th minute, with Clinton N’Jie scoring his first goal of the season. Florian Thauvin doubled Marseille’s lead nine minutes into the second half, with Clinton N’Jie putting the game to bed 20 minutes before the final whistle. Rudi Garcia’s team did defeat Dijon in their opener, but OM will have to improve their game if they are to secure a top-three finish at the end of the season. It has to be noted that summer signing Valere Germain provided two assists for his teammates in the 3-0 win over Dijon.

51′ Clinton Njie
54′ Florian Thauvin
72′ Clinton Njie

 


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Germany ramps in our Accumulator!

Germany ramps in our Accumulator!

The accumulator special was focused on two Confederations Cup games being played on 29th and 30th  of June!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Total Goals Under 2.5 13/20
Portugal – Chile

Both teams to score 7/10
Germany – Mexico


The games end in the following results:

Portugal 0 – 0 Chile
As we predicted, Chile and Portugal played out a low-scoring match in the Confederations Cup semis. The two teams played out a goalless draw in the regular time, with Chile failing to turn their dominance into goals in the extra time. La Roja goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, though, eventually proved his worth in the penalty shoot-out and helped the Copa America champions book their place in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup final. Cristiano Ronaldo failed to impress in the loss to Chile and that is probably the main reason why A Selecao did not make it to the final. It has to be noted, though, that AC Milan summer signing Andre Silva missed a clear-cut chance to break the deadlock in the first half of the match. Taking everything into account, Claudio Bravo was the man of the match and, no doubt, he will play an important role in Juan Antonio Pizzi’s team in the title game against Germany.

Germany 4 – 1 Mexico
Despite the fact that Joachim Low decided to rest a number of first-team regulars for the 2017 Confederations Cup, Germany rolled over Mexico in the semis of the tournament in Russia. The World Cup winners proved their worth in the 4-1 crushing of El Tri, but, as we predicted, the Mexicans managed to find the net in the semi-finals. Leon Goretzka scored two early goals for the Germans, with Timo Werner scoring the third for Joachim Low’s troops 14 minutes in the second half of the match. Marco Fabian gave Mexico fans something to cheer about in the 89th minute, but two minutes later Ajax winger Amin Younes put the game to bed (4-1). Germany totally deserved to win the match, but it has to be noted that Mexico missed a couple of clear-cut chances to score during the clash at Olimpiyskiy Stadion in Sochi.

6′ Leon Goretzka 1 – 0
8′ Leon Goretzka 2 – 0
59′ Timo Werner 3 – 0
89′ Marco Fabian 3 – 1
90′ Amin Younes 4 – 1


 

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Confederations Cup Accumulator hits!

Confederations Cup Accumulator hits!

The accumulator special was focused on two Confederations Cup games being played on 18th and 19th of June!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Chile to win 3/4
Cameroon – Chile

Both teams to score 4/5
Australia – Germany

 


The games end in the following results:

Cameroon 0 – 2 Chile
The 2017 Copa America winners Chile kicked-off their Confederations Cup campaign on the high as they defeated the Africa Cup of Nations holders Cameroon.
The Chileans ran out triumphant from a 2-0 victory thanks to goals from Arturo Vidal and Eduardo Vargas in a match marked by the video assistant referee (VAR) system. The two aforementioned players got involved in a controversial moment when Vargas’ finish on the Bayern Munich star’s assist towards the end of the first half of the game got ruled out for offside after a video review. The referee’s decision on goal was overturned after more than a minute-long deliberation with Vargas just inches in the offside position.
The VAR decision did not cost Chile all three points in their Confederations Cup opener, however, as Arturo Vidal broke the deadlock with a thumping header on a cross from Arsenal star Alexis Vidal, before Vargas ultimately got his goal in the injury-time. The VAR decision helped the Chile man this time as linesman’s offside call got overturned for the second goal in the match and the final 2-0 score.

81′ Arturo Vidal 0 – 1
91′ Eduardo Vargas 0 – 2

Australia 2 – 3 Germany
The 2016 FIFA World Cup winners Germany took their Confederations Cup campaign off to a winning start as Die Mannschaft celebrated a 3-2 victory against Australia.
It was Lars Stindl who opened the scoring for the experimental Germany squad in the first half, but the Kangaroos managed to level the score through Celtic’s Tom Rogic. Julian Draxler made sure Germany went to half time with a lead as he converted a late penalty call after a foul on Leon Goretzka. The Schalke star Goretzka got his name on the scoresheet himself after the break as he scored the third goal for Germany, who could have made their win wore compelling hadn’t Timo Werner’s goal attempt been thwarted by the post.
Germany head coach Joachim Loew’s seven uncapped-player squad ended up conceding another goal as Luzern forward Toni Juric netted four minutes from the hour mark, but the world champions still emerged with a 3-2 victory to remain in the running for a top place in Group B together with Chile.

5′ Lars Stindl 0 – 1
41′ Tom Rogic 1 – 1
45′ Julian Draxler 1 – 2
48′ Leon Goretzka 1 – 3
56′ Tom Juric 2 – 3


 

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Our latest Accumulator lands!

Our latest Accumulator lands!

We are back again with another successful accumulator!
The accumulator special was focused on one Premier League, one La Liga and one Serie A game being played on different dates.

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Southampton or Draw 12/25
Southampton – Manchester United

Real Madrid to Win 2/9
Celta de Vigo – Real Madrid

Both Teams to Score: No 69/100
Juventus – Crotone


The games end in the following results:

Southampton 0 – 0 Manchester United
Despite dominating the game against Manchester United Southampton eventually played out a goalless draw with the Red Devils. The Saints missed a number of clear-cut opportunities to score in Wednesday’s football match and they failed to score from the penalty spot in the sixth minute of the game. Sergio Romero saved Manolo Gabbiadini’s penalty and 13 minutes later James Ward-Prowse had a chance to score the opener from the free-kick, but his direct effort went just wide of the left post. Southampton decided to stick to their attacking style of play in the second half of the game, but they failed to turn their dominance into goals. Jay Rodriguez missed the last goal-scoring opportunity of the match in the 81st minute as his effort from the edge of the box went inches wide of the left post. Speaking of Manchester United’s chances to score, Anthony Martial unloaded a shot from outside the box twenty minutes before the end, but it bounced off the right post.

Celta de Vigo 1 – 4 Real Madrid
Real Madrid desperately needed a win against Celta Vigo and they managed to get one. Los Blancos outplayed Os Celeste at Estadio de Balaidos, with Cristiano Ronaldo opening the scoring after ten minutes. CR7 doubled Real Madrid’s lead three minutes into the second half, but Celta Vigo then started to dominate the game. In the 69th minute John Guidetti found the net for the hosts following Isco’s terrible error, but their celebration did not last long as Karim Benzema scored the third for Real Madrid one minute later. Tony Kroos put the game to bed five minutes before the final whistle and, taking everything into account, the Spanish giants totally deserved to pick up all three points from the match. It has to be noted that Celta Vigo had 17 goal attempts during Wednesday’s football game, but Zinedine Zidane’s troops had eight shots on target, two more than Os Celeste.

10′ Cristiano Ronaldo 0 – 1
48′ Cristiano Ronaldo 0 – 2
69′ John Guidetti 1 – 2
70′ Karim Benzema 1 – 3
88′ Toni Kroos 1 – 4

Juventus 3 – 0 Crotone
Thanks to a 3-0 win over Crotone Juventus clinched the Serie A trophy. The Bianconeri broke the deadlock after 12 minutes, with Croatia international Mario Mandzukic opening the scoring. The former Bayern Munich man received a beautiful pass inside the box from Juan Cuadrado and made it 1-0. Six minutes before the half-time break Paulo Dybala doubled Juve’s lead, with the Argentine attacker scoring a wonder goal from the free kick. The title holders then decided to slow the tempo of the game, but ten minutes before the final whistle Max Allegri’s men scored the third. Alex Sandro scored his first goal of the match and the full-back helped Juventus seal their sixth consecutive Serie A title. The Bianconeri won the Italian Cup as well, but they face an uphill task in the Champions League final against star-studded Real Madrid. Anyhow, Juventus are enjoying yet another season to remember.

12′ Mario Mandzukic 1 – 0
39′ Paulo Dybala 2 – 0
83′ Alex Sandro 3 – 0


 

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BOOM! ANOTHER ACCUMULATOR HITS!

BOOM! ANOTHER ACCUMULATOR HITS!

Our Champions League Accumulator ramps in!

The accumulator special was focused on two Champions League games being played on 9th and 10th of May and one Premier League game!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Both Teams to Score: Yes 4/5
Juventus – AS Monaco

Both Teams to Score: Yes 3/5
Atletico Madrid – Real Madrid

Arsenal or Draw 7/25
Southampton – Arsenal


The games end in the following results:

Juventus 2 – 1 AS Monaco
Juventus rolled over Monaco in the Champions League semi-finals. Following a 2-0 win over the Ligue 1 outfit at Stade Louis II, the Bianconeri recorded yet another victory over Leonardo Jardim’s troops. Juve broke the deadlock after 33 minutes, with Mario Mandzukic scoring the opener for the Italian champions. The hosts continued to dominate the game and one minute before the half-time break Dani Alves scored a wonder goal to double Juve’s lead. In the 55th minute Juan Cuadrado had a shot blocked and 12 minutes later Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe sent a promising strike towards the bottom left corner, but Gianluigi Buffon denied him with a fine save. However, Mbappe found the net two minutes later, with the youngster giving away fans something to cheer about. Nonetheless, Monaco failed to make a come-back at Juventus Stadium and, as a result, the Bianconeri will face Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

33′ Mario Mandzukic 1 – 0
44′ Dani Alves 2 – 0
69′ Kylian Mbappe Lottin 2 – 1

Atletico Madrid 2 – 1 Real Madrid
As expected, Real Madrid made it to the Champions League final, but Wednesday’s clash against fellow capital club was anything but a walk in the park for los Blancos. Diego Simeone’s men took an early lead, with Saul Niguez scoring the opener with a terrific header. Four minutes later los Rojiblancos doubled their lead as top scorer Antoine Griezmann converted a penalty. However, Real Madrid then took control of the match and three minutes before the half-time break Isco scored a vital goal for Zinedine Zidane’s troops. Atletico Madrid missed a couple of chances to score the third in the second half, but the score remained unchanged and, taking everything into account, Real Madrid deserved to set up a meeting with Juventus in the final of the elite competition. It has to be noted that los Blancos had 18 goal attempts in the 2-1 loss to Atletico Madrid.

12′ Saul Niguez 1 – 0
16′ Antoine Griezmann 2 – 0
21′ Isco 2 – 1

Southampton 0 – 2 Arsenal
Arsenal desperately needed a win against Southampton and they managed to get one. The Gunners failed to impress in the first half of the match as they had no more than one clear-cut opportunity to score. Aaron Ramsey’s volley went narrowly wide of the right post in the 15th minute of the game, but the capital club continued to put pressure on the opposition back-line. 15 minutes into the second half Alexis Sanchez scored a wonder goal for Arsenal as he finished his marvelous individual effort with a beautiful strike. In the 80th minute of the match Danny Welbeck was replaced by Olivier Giroud and the substitution proved fruitful three minutes later as the French attacker scored a header following Aaron Ramsey’s cross. The Gunners put the game to bed, but they need to keep on winning in the season finale if they are to book their place in the Champions League qualifiers.

60′ Alexis Sanchez 0 – 1
83′ Olivier Giroud 0 – 2


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Easy £100! European 2 fold comes in!

Easy £100! European 2 fold comes in!

Incredible Higuain did it, and striked our latest Accumulator in!

The accumulator special was focused on two Champions League games being played on 2nd and 3rd of May

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Real Madrid or Draw 6/4
Real Madrid – Atletico Madrid

Juventus to Win
AS Monaco – Juventus

 


The games end in the following results:

Real Madrid 3 – 0 Atletico Madrid
Real Madrid are with one foot in the Champions League final as they outclassed fellow La Liga side Atletico Madrid 3-0 at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Los Blancos proved their worth in the first leg, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a hat-trick for the hosts. CR7 opened the scoring after ten minutes with a fine header and he doubled Real Madrid’s lead 20 minutes before the final whistle. Real Madrid continued to create goal-scoring opportunities and they put the game to bed in the 86th minutes, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring his third goal of the match. Los Blancos totally dominated the game and it has to be noted that Atletico Madrid had no clear-cut chances to score in the first leg. Diego Simeone’s men are now on a very difficult quest as they need to overcome a three-goal deficit in the tie against their bitter local rivals and that is easier said than done.

10′ Cristiano Ronaldo 1 – 0
63′ Cristiano Ronaldo 2 – 0
86′ Cristiano Ronaldo 3 – 0

AS Monaco 0 – 2 Juventus
After crushing Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals, Juventus gave fans yet another reason for celebration on Wednesday evening as they outplayed Monaco at Stade Louis II. The Bianconeri broke the deadlock after 29 minutes with Gonzalo Higuain scoring the opener for the Serie A giants. The former Real Madrid man rifled the shot into the bottom left corner and Juve continued to dominate the game. However, two minutes into the second half Monaco attacker Radamel Falcao missed a golden opportunity to level the score as his shot from inside the box was saved by Gianluigi Buffon. Twelve minutes later Gonzalo Higuain doubled Juve’s lead as he got on the end of Dani Alves’ cross to put the ball into the middle of the net. Max Allegri’s men then decided to keep the ball and they managed to keep their sixth consecutive clean sheet in the Champions League. Taking everything into account, the Bianconeri have a good chance of booking their place in the final of the elite competition.

29′ Gonzalo Higuian 0 – 1
59′ Gonzalo Higuian 0 – 2

 


 

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