Category: Accumulator of the Week

ANOTHER ACCUMULATOR LANDS!

ANOTHER ACCUMULATOR LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 28th of February in the La Liga, Coppa Italia and Coupe de France!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Juventus to Win✓ 
Juventus – Atalanta Bergamo

Paris SG to Win
Paris SG – Olympique Marseille

Valencia or Draw
Athletic Bilbao – Valencia

 


The games end in the following results:

Juventus 1 – 0 Atalanta Bergamo
Juventus and Atalanta were not into action in Serie A at the weekend as their clash was postponed due to bad weather, but the two teams faced each other in the Coppa Italia semis, return leg on Wednesday evening. The Bianconeri were determined to defend their slim lead in the Allianz Stadium clash and no goals were scored in the first half of the match. The Orobici had nothing to lose in the second half, with the team adopting an attack-minded approach, but Juve defenders managed to prevent Atalanta attackers from scoring. To make things even better for the hosts, Miralem Pjanic broke the deadlock from the penalty spot in the 75th minute of the match, which helped the title holders set up a meeting with Milan in the Italian Cup final. It has to be noted that the Orobici had no more than one shot on target in the 1-0 loss to Juventus.

75′ Miralem Pjanic

Paris SG 3 – 0 Olympique Marseille
Paris Saint-Germain and Olympique Marseille faced each other at Parc des Princes for the second time in four days. Les Parisiens crushed OM 3-0 in the Ligue 1 derby at the weekend, but many people that injured superstar Neymar is going to be sorely missed in Wednesday’s Coupe de France clash. However, Unai Emery’s men recorded yet another routine win over Marseille, with Angel Di Maria breaking the deadlock on the stroke of half-time. The Argentine winger doubled PSG’s lead three minutes into the second half, with Edinson Cavani putting the game to bed ten minutes before the final whistle (3-0). OM could have suffered even bigger loss to PSG, but Adrien Rabiot’s shot in the dying minutes of the game flew just wide of the left post. Taking everything into account, Paris Saint-Germain proved their worth in yet another derby match, with the team booking their place in the Coupe de France semis without any difficulties.

45′ Angel di Maria
48′ Angel di Maria
81′ Edison Cavani

Athletic Bilbao 1 – 1 Valencia
Athletic Club and Valencia faced each other at Estadio San Mames in what was expected to be one of the most entertaining games of Wednesday’s program. The hosts created a couple of clear-cut opportunities to score at the start of the match, but los Che were the ones who broke the deadlock, with Geoffrey Kondogbia bending a shot straight into the left side of the goal. The Basques were then desperate to level the score before the half-time break, but experienced attacker Aritz Aduriz failed to convert a penalty in the 36th minute of the match. Nonetheless, four minutes into the second half, the hosts finally found the net, with Oscar De Marcos scoring from just outside the box. The Lions decided to stick to their attacking style of play, but they failed to score the winner and, as a result, the two teams shared the spoils in the Basque Country.

23′ Geoffrey Kondogbia
49′ Oscar de Marcos


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SECOND ACCA IN A ROW LANDS!

SECOND ACCA IN A ROW LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 18th of February in the La Liga and Ligue 1!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Olympique Marseille to Win✓ 
Olympique Marseille – Bordeaux

Real Madrid to Win
Real Betis – Real Madrid

Atletico Madrid to Win
Atletico Madrid – Athletic Bilbao

 


The games end in the following results:

Atletico Madrid 2 – 0 Athletic Bilbao
Atletico Madrid do not want to give up on their title dream. Los Rojiblancos were considered hot favourites to win Saturday’s match against Athletic Club and they did well to prove their worth on the field. Diego Simeone’s men, though, failed to impress in the first half of the match, but Kevin Gameiro opened the scoring for the hosts after 67 minutes. The former Sevilla attacker fired a close-range shot into the bottom left corner to help the hosts break the deadlock. 13 minutes later Diego Costa set up the final score of the match, with the Brazilian-born attacker doubling Atletico Madrid’s lead with a clinical finish. Taking everything into account, the capital club totally deserved to beat the Lions, who failed to create a descent goal-scoring opportunity during the match. It has to be noted that Atletico Madrid had 14 goal attempts, whereas Athletic Club failed to take a shot on target.

67′ Kevin Gameiro 1 – 0
80′ Diego Costa 2 – 0

Olympique Marseille 1 – 0 Bordeaux
Thanks to a hard-fought 1-0 win over Bordeaux Olympique Marseille moved one step closer to booking their place in the Champions League. Rudi Garcia’s men dominated the game from the first whistle, but they were struggling to break the deadlock in the first half. However, in the 35th minute of the game OM scored the opener, with Florian Thauvin firing a lovely header into the back of the net. The hosts then decided to rely on counter-attacks, with the team creating a number of clear-cut chances to score on the break. However, Bordeaux goalkeeper Benoit Costil made several fantastic saves to prevent Marseille footballers from doubling their lead. You should bear in mind that Rudi Garcia’s team had eight shots on target in the 1-0 win over les Girondins. OM’s victory is well deserved, but they will have to be at their sharpest in the remainder of the season if they are to secure a top-four finish.

35′  Florian Thauvin 1 – 0

Real Betis 3 – 5 Real Madrid
As expected, La Liga lovers enjoyed watching Sunday’s clash between Real Betis and Real Madrid. Los Blancos broke the deadlock after 11 minutes, with Marco Asensio producing a long-range header that went inside the left post. However, 12 minutes before the half-time break Aissa Mandi scored the equalizer for the hosts and, to make things even worse for the capital club, los Beticos took the lead four minutes later (’37), with Nacho scoring an own goal. Real Madrid leveled the score five minutes into the second half, with Sergio Ramos powering an unstoppable header into the back of the net. Two quick goals from Marco Asensio and Cristiano Ronaldo (’59, ’65) helped los Blancos move closer to picking up all three points from the match, but Real Betis never gave up. Sergio Leon scored the third goal for the hosts in the 85th minute, but Karim Benzema eventually put the game to bed in the stoppage time (5-3).

11′ Marco Asensio 0 – 1
33′ Aissa Mandi 1 – 1
37′ Nacho Fernandez 2 – 1
50′ Sergio Ramos 2 – 2
59′ Marco Asensio 2 – 3
65′ Cristiano Ronaldo 2 – 4
85′ Sergio Leon 3 – 4
90′ Karim Benzema 3 – 5


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EUROPA LEAGUE 3FOLD LANDS!

EUROPA LEAGUE 3FOLD LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 15th of February in the Europa League

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Olympique Marseille to Win✓ 
Olympique Marseille – Sporting Braga

Arsenal to Win
Ostersunds – Arsenal

Atletico Madrid to Win
FC Copenhagen vs Atletico Madrid

 


The games end in the following results:

Olympique Marseille 3 – 0 Sporting Braga
Thanks to a 3-0 win over Braga Olympique Marseille moved one step closer to booking their place in the Europa League last 16. The Ligue 1 side opened the scoring after only four minutes, with Valere Germain finding the net from a close range following Dimitri Payet’s assist. OM continued to dominate the game, but they failed to double their lead before the half-time break. 25 minutes into the second half, Rudi Garcia’s men scored the second, with Valere Germain getting a show away from inside the box to beat the goalkeeper. Florian Thauvin put the game to bet five minutes later, with left-footed winger slotting the ball into the middle of the goal from the edge of the box. Rolando could have scored the fourth for Olympique Marseille in the 82nd minute of the game, but the ball went just wide of the right post.

4′ Valere Germain 1 – 0
69′ Valere Germain 2 – 0
74′ Florain Thauvin 3 – 0

Ostersunds 0 – 3 Arsenal
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger decided not to rest too many first-team regulars in Thursday’s Europa League clash against Ostersunds and, as a result, the Gunners outclassed the Swedish side at Jamkraft Arena. The Premier League side took the lead after 13 minutes, with Nacho Monreal scoring from a close range after Ostersunds goalkeeper softly punched the ball away. 11 minutes later Arsenal doubled their lead, with Ostersunds centre-back Sotiris Papagiannopoulos scoring an own goal. The Gunners continued to create goal-scoring opportunities and 13 minutes into the second half Mesut Ozil scored the third for Arsene Wenger’s troops. The Germany international put the game to bed and, taking everything into account, Arsenal’s victory is well deserved as they had 17 goal attempts in the 3-0 win over Ostersunds. Nonetheless, it has to be noted that the Swedes had a penalty saved in the dying minutes of the match, with David Ospina pulling off a terrific save to deny Tom Pettersson.

13′ Nacho Monreal 0 – 1
24′ Papagiannopoulos 0 – 2
58′ Mesut Ozil 0 – 3

FC Copenhagen 1 – 4 Atletico Madrid
After failing to book their place in the Champions League knockout stages, Atletico Madrid are now on a quest to win the Europa League. However, los Rojiblancos did not make a flying start to their opener against FC Copenhagen, with the Danish outfit breaking the deadlock after 15 minutes. Viktor Fisher scored a stunning back-heel goal for the hosts, but their celebration did not last long. Six minutes later Spanish midfielder Saul Niguez did well to strike a perfect header into the roof of the net to make it 1-1. Eight minutes before the half-time break Atletico Madrid took the lead, with Kevin Gameiro scoring from a close range for the visitors. Diego Simeone’s men continued to dominate the game and after 71 minutes they sealed the victory, with Antoine Griezmann burring the ball into the bottom left corner inside the box. January signing Victor Vitolo set up the final score of the match (1-4), with the pacey winger rifling the ball low inside the left post from a close range.

15′ Viktor Fischer 1 – 0
21′ Saul Niguez 1 – 1
37′ Kevin Gameiro 1 – 2
71′ Antoine Griezmann 1 – 3
77′ Vitolo 1 – 4


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MIDWEEK ACCA COMES IN!

MIDWEEK ACCA COMES IN!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 6th and 9th of February in the Copa del Rey and FA Cup!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Swansea City to Win
Swansea City – Notts County

Sevilla to Win
Sevilla – Leganes

FC Barcelona to Win
Valencia – FC Barcelona

 


The games end in the following results:

Swansea City 8 – 1 Notts County
After failing to impress in a 1-1 draw with Notts County at Meadow Lane Stadium, Swansea City did well to crush the League Two side 8-1 in the FA Cup 4th round replay at their Liberty Stadium. Former Bristol City attacker Abraham opened the scoring for the hosts after 18th minutes, with Nathan Dyer doubling the Swans’ lead two minutes later. In the 30th minute of the match Dyer made it 3-0, with the pacey winger scoring a beautiful goal from outside the box. Five minutes later Noor Husin gave Notts County some cheer (3-1), but Kevin Nolan’s men conceded one more goal on the stroke of half-time, with Abraham scoring his second goal of the match. The likes of Kyle Naughton, Wayne Routledge, Thomas Carroll and Daniel James got their names on the scoresheet in the second half to set up the final score of the match 8-1.

18′ Tammy Abraham 1 – 0
20′ Nathan Dyer 2 – 0
30′ Nathan Dyer 3 – 0
31′ Noor Husin 3 – 1
45′ Tammy Abraham 4 – 1
53′ Kyle Naughton 5 – 1
57′ Wayne Routledge 6 – 1
82′ Thomas Carroll 7 – 1
90′ Daniel James

Sevilla 2 – 0 Leganes
Sevilla have been struggling to find their best form ever since Vincenzo Montella took over the reins, but the Andalusian outfit proved their worth in Wednesday’s Copa del Rey game against Leganes. The Italian tactician fielded the best possible side against the capital club, with his decision proving fruitful for the hosts. Los Sevillanos opened the scoring after 15 minutes, with pacey winger Joaquin Correa finding the net from a close range. The hosts then decided to defend their slim lead, slowing down the tempo of the match and when everybody though that 1-0 will be the final score of the game Franco Vazquez scored the second for Sevilla. The midfielder did well to pounce on a loose ball to beat Leganes goalkeeper with a shot into the left side of the goal. Los Sevillanos booked their place in the final of the Spanish Cup, but they will have a much bigger fish to fry in the title game against star-studded Barcelona.

15′ Joaquin Correa 1 – 0
89′ Franco Vazquez 2 – 0

Valencia 0 – 2 Barcelona
Barcelona did remarkably well to defend their slim lead in Thursday’s Copa del Rey clash against Valencia and, to make things even better, they recorded yet another win over Marcelino’s troops. Ernesto Valverde’s men failed to find the net in the first half of the match, but four minutes into the second half the Catalan giants broke the deadlock, with January signing Philippe Coutinho getting to the end of Luis Suarez’s cross to put the ball into the back of the net. Valencia then missed several clear-cut opportunities to score the equalizer and, as a result, Barca punished los Che’s mistakes ten minutes before the final whistle. Ivan Rakitic put the game to bed, with the Croatia international scoring from the edge of the box. Taking everything into account, Barcelona, who moved one step closer to defending their Copa del Rey trophy, totally deserved to win the return leg.

49′ Philippe Coutinho 0 – 1
82′ Ivan Rakitic 0 – 2


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OUR THREEFOLD ACCA LANDS AGAIN!

OUR THREEFOLD ACCA LANDS AGAIN!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 20th of January in the Premier League and the La Liga1

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Arsenal to Win
Arsenal – Crystal Palace

Villarreal to Win
Villarreal – Levante

Man United to Win
Burnley – Manchester United

 


The games end in the following results:

Arsenal 4 – 1 Crystal Palace
Arsenal desperately needed a win against Crystal Palace and they managed to get one. The Gunners took the local derby very seriously, with the team breaking the deadlock after only six minutes. Defender Nacho Monreal scored the opener for Arsene Wenger’s troops and four minutes later Alex Iwobi doubled Arsenal’s lead. To make things even better for the fans, the hosts scored the third in the 13th minute, with Laurent Koscielny burying the ball into the back of the net from a close range. Nine minutes later Alexandre Lacazette fired a brilliant first-time shot into the bottom right corner to make it 4-0 for Arsenal. Crystal Palace showed character in the second half of the match and they managed to score the consolation goal 17 minute before the final whistle. Serbia international Luka Milivojevic scored a beautiful goal for the Eagles, but 4-1 eventually proved to be the final score of the match.

6′ Nacho Monreal 1 – 0
10′ Alex Iwobi 2 – 0
13′ Laurent Koscielny 3 – 0
22′ Alexandre Lacazette 4 – 0
78′ Luka Milivojevic 4 – 1

Burnley 0 – 1 Manchester United
Manchester United and Burnley faced each other at Turf Moor on Matchday 24. The Red Devils wanted to build on a routine 3-0 win over Stoke City, but they failed to impress in the first half of the match. Ashley Young missed a good chance to break the deadlock in the 42nd minute of the game, but he was more than unfortunate not to find the net. Jose Mourinho’s men produced a much better display in the second half of the match and they scored the opener after 54 minutes. Romelu Lukaku passed the ball into the penalty area, with fellow attacker Anthony Martial collecting it and sending it into the top left corner. Three minutes later the Clarets could have scored the equalizer, but Johann Gudmundsson hit the woodwork. Anthony Martial missed a clear-cut opportunity to put the game to bed in the 88th minute, with Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope making a great save. Taking everything into account, Manchester United managed to pick up all three points from the game and, no doubt, their victory is well deserved.

54′ Anthony Martial 0 – 1

Villarreal 2 – 1 Levante
Villarreal and Levante, the two teams with entirely different ambitions in the 2017/2018 La Liga campaign, faced each other at Estadio de la Ceramica on Saturday evening. The Yellows were considered favourites to win the match and they proved their worth on the field. Javi Calleja’s men took the lead in the 26th minute of the game, with Trigueros scoring the opener from the penalty spot. Villarreal continued to dominate the match and the hosts managed to double their lead five minutes into the second half. Enes Unal provided an assist for Denis Cheryshev, who found the net with a simple close-range finish. The Turkish attacker could have scored the third goal for the hosts in the 72nd minute of the game, but Levante goalkeeper Oier made a great save to stop his effort. Los Levantinos never gave up and they scored the consolation goal in the dying second of the match, with Marti Roger converting a penalty in the stoppage time.

26′ Manuel Trigueros 1 – 0
50′ Denis Cheryshev 2 – 0
90′ Roger 2 – 1


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NEW YEAR NEW ACCA LANDS!

NEW YEAR NEW ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 6th and 7th of December in the group stage of the Champions League!

have recommended the following accumulator:

Tottenham Hotspur Win
Swansea City – Tottenham Hotspur

Manchester City to Win
Manchester City – Watford

Both Teams to Score✓
Arsenal – Chelsea

 


The games end in the following results:

Swansea City 0 – 2 Tottenham Hotspur

Despite the fact that Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauro Pochettino rested key attacker Harry Kane against Swansea City, Spurs picked up all three points from the match without any difficulties. Kane’s replacement Fernando Llorente opened the scoring for the capital club after 12 minutes, but it has to be noted that he was in a clear offside position. Tottenham then decided to slow the tempo of the match played on waterlogged pitch, but could have proved fatal for the visitors. Swansea City had a clear-cut chance to score in the 70th minute of the match, but Nathan Dyer hit the crossbar. Harry Kane came as a substitute in the second half of the game, but midfielder Dele Alli put the game to bed. Alli scored the second goal for Spurs in the 89th minute of the match and, taking everything into account, Tottenham’s victory was well deserved.

12′ Fernando Llorente 0 – 1
89′ Dele Alli 0 – 2

Manchester City 3 – 1 Watford

As expected, Manchester City defeated Watford in their first game of the year. The Citizens proved their worth in Tuesday’s clash against the Hornets, with the league leaders breaking the deadlock in the first minute of the match. Raheem Sterling did well to get on the end of a pass from Leroy Sane and he scored his 14th goal of the season. The Citizens doubled their lead after 13 minutes as Watford defender Christian Kabasele scored an own goal after attempting to intercept an offensive pass. Pep Guardiola’s men continued to dominate the match and Argentine attacker Kun Aguero made it 3-0 18 minutes into the second half. 13 minute before the final whistle, Andre Carrillo gave Watford fans something to cheer about as he tapped the ball into an empty net. Manchester City recorded their 20th win of the season and thanks to the 3-1 victory over Watford they moved one step closer to regaining the Premier League title.

1′ Raheem Sterling 1 – 0
13′ Christian Kabasele 2 – 0
63′ Sergio Aguero 3 – 0
82′ Andre Gray 3 – 1

Arsenal 2 – 2 Chelsea

Arsenal and Chelsea faced each other at Emirates Stadium on Matchday 22. Both teams were desperate to pick up all three points from the match, but the Gunners took the lead in the 63th minute, with Jack Wilshere scoring the opener for the hosts from a close range. Arsenal’s lead, though, did not last long as the Blues leveled the score four minute later (’67). Eden Hazard slot the penalty into the left side of the goal and, to make things even better for the visitors, Marcos Alonso scored the second for Chelsea in the 84th minute of the match. The Spanish full-back received a sweet pass from Davide Zapacosta and put the ball inside the net with a cool finish. The Blues were on the verge of winning the London derby, but Hector Bellerin eventually scored a late equalizer for Arsene Wenger’s troops and helped the hosts grab something from the match.

63′ Jack Wilshere 1 – 0
67′ Eden Hazard 1 – 1
84′ Marcos Alonso 1 – 2
90′ Hector Bellerin 2 – 2


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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE THREEFOLD HITS!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE THREEFOLD HITS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 6th and 7th of December in the group stage of the Champions League!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

FC Barcelona to Win
FC Barcelona – Sporting Portugal

Manchester United to Win
Manchester United – CSKA Moscow

Real Madrid to Win
Real Madrid – Borussia Dortmund

 


The games end in the following results:

FC Barcelona 2 – 0 Sporting Portugal

Sporting CP desperately needed in their last group game against Barcelona, but they failed to get one. Despite the fact that Barca key player started the match from the bench, the Catalan giants managed to pick up all three points from the game. The La Liga leaders could have opened the scoring after 20 minutes, but Uruguay attacker Luis Suarez missed a clear-cut chance to score. Ernesto Valverde’s men continued to dominate the game and 14 minutes into the second half Paco Alcacer broke the deadlock. The former Valencia striker planted a bullet header into the right side of the goal. Sporting CP could have scored the equalizer three minutes later, but Jasper Cillessen pulled off a stunning save. Lionel Messi came as a substitute in the 61st minute of the game and he blew a big opportunity to double Barca’s lead ten minutes before the final whistle. However, former Barcelona defender Jeremy Mathieu set up the final score of the match as he scored an own goal in the stoppage time.

59′ Francisco Alcacer 1 – 0
90′ Jeremy Mathieu 2 – 0

Manchester United 2 – 1 CSKA Moscow

Manchester United were desperate to bounce back from a 1-0 loss to Basel and they did well to beat CSKA Moscow in their last group game. However, Tuesday’s Champions League game was anything but a walk in the park for the Red Devils as the Russian side opened the scoring on the stroke of half-time. Vitinho found the net from a close range, but the Armeitsy failed to impress in the second half of the match. Manchester United dominated the second half and they scored the equalizer in the 64th minute of the match, with Romelu Lukaku finishes with a quick shot inside the left post. Two minutes later Marcus Rashford helped the Red Devils come from behind and pick up all three points from the game as he scored an inside the box rocket to put the game to bed. Thanks to the triumph Jose Mourinho’s men clinched top position in Group A.

45′ Vitinho 0 – 1
64′ Romelu Lukaku 1 – 1
66′ Marcus Rashford 2 – 1

Real Madrid 3 – 2 Borussia Dortmund

Despite recorded a 3-2 win over Borussia Dortmund in their last group game Real Madrid finished the process in second position in the standings. Los Blancos kicked off the game in style, with Borja Mayoral and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring for the capital club. Zinedine Zidane’s men continued to dominate the game, but the Millionaires had the last word in the first half as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored for the visitors on the stroke of half time. The Gabon international scored the equalizer three minutes into the second half and the Bundesliga side were on the verge of spoiling Real Madrid’s party at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. However, the hosts proved their worth in the dying minutes of the match, with Lucas Vazquez scoring the winner for the Spanish giants in the 81st minute of the match. Taking everything into account, Real Madrid’s victory is well deserved as they had 21 goal attempts in Wednesday’s clash.

8′ Borja Mayoral 1 – 0
12′ Cristiano Ronaldo 2 – 0
43′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2 – 1
49′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 2 – 2
81′ Lucas Vazquez 3 – 2


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MIDWEEK ACCUMULATOR COMES IN!

MIDWEEK ACCUMULATOR COMES IN!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 21st and 22nd of November in the group stage of the Champions League!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Chelsea to Win
Qarabag – Chelsea

Napoli to Win
Napoli – Shakhtar Donetsk

Sporting Lisbon to Win
Sporting Lisbon – Olympiakos Piraeus

 


The games end in the following results:

Qarabag 0 – 4 Chelsea

Thanks to a 4-0 win over Qarabag Chelsea booked their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League. Qarabag defender Rashad Sagydov was sent off in the 19th minute of the match after pulling the jersey of Chelsea winger Willian and that was the key moment of the game. Eden Hazard scored the opener from the penalty spot and 15 minutes later (36’) the Blues doubled their lead. Antonio Conte’s men continued to dominate the game and in the 73rd minute Cesc Fabregas scored the third goal for the visitors from yet another penalty kick. Willian put the game to bed 12 minutes later as he scored with accurate shot from the edge of the box. Chelsea could have scored the fifth in the stoppage time, but Qarabag goalkeeper Ibrahimi Sehic made a brilliant save and stopped Cesc Fabregas’ long-range effort.

21′ Eden Hazard 0 – 1
36′ Willian 0 – 2
73′ Cesc Fabregas 0 – 3
85′ Willian 0 – 4

Napoli 3 – 0 Shakhtar Donetsk

Napoli desperately needed a win against Shakhtar Donetsk and they managed to get one. The Neapolitans failed to create a clear-cut chance to score in the first half, but they proved their worth in the second half and they totally deserved to pick up all three points from the match. Maurizio Sarri’s men broke the deadlock 11 minutes into the second half, with Lorenzo Insigne finding the net for the hosts. Piotr Zielinski could have doubled Napoli’s lead in the 69th minute, but he blazed his shot well over the top. However, 12 minutes later he managed to find the net, with the Poland international putting the ball into the net from a close range. Dries Mertens set up the final score of the match as he scored with a bullet header 11 minute before the final whistle. Napoli totally deserved to win the match and thanks to the triumph they managed to keep their hopes of making it to the knockout stages alive.

56′ Lorenzo Insigne 1 – 0
81′ Piotr Zielinski 2 – 0
83′ Dries Mertens 3 – 0

Sporting Lisbon 3 – 1 Olympiakos Piraeus

Sporting faced a must-win situation in Wednesday’s clash against Olympiakos and the Portuguese side proved their worth on the field. Netherlands international Bas Dost opened the scoring for the Lions after 40 minutes and, to make things even better for the hosts, Bruno Cesar doubled Sporting’s lead on the stroke of half time (43’). The hosts continued to dominate the game and they scored the third in the 66th minute. Bruno Fernandes took the corner kick and provided an assist for Bas Dost, who put the ball into the right side of the net from close range. Olympiakos failed to impress against the Lions but they scored a consolation goal in the 86th minute of the match. Taking everything into account, Sporting’s victory is well deserved, but they will have to make a miracle at Camp Nou in their last group game if they are to book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League.

40′ Bas Dost 1 – 0
43′ Bruno Cesar 2 – 0
66′ Bas Dost 3 – 0
86′ Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe 3 – 1


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EUROPEAN FOOTBALL ACCA LANDS!

EUROPEAN FOOTBALL ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 1st and 2nd of November in the group stage of the Champions League and the Europa League.

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Sevilla to Win
Sevilla – Spartak Moscow

Shakhtar to Win
Shakhtar Donetsk – Feyenoord

Lazio to Win
Lazio Roma – OGC Nice

 


The games end in the following results:

Sevilla 2 – 1 Spartak Moscow
Sevilla were desperate to make amends for an embarrassing 5-1 loss to Spartak Moscow and they managed to pick up all three points from Wednesday’s game against the Russian champions. Los Sevillanos broke the deadlock after 30 minutes, with centre-back Clement Lenglet scoring the opener for the La Liga side. The hosts continued to create goal-scoring opportunities and 14 minutes into the second half they managed to double their lead. Ever Banega scored a wonder goal from the edge of the box and in the 76th minute Wissam Ben Yedder missed a clear-cut chance to score the third for Eduardo Berizzo’s troops. Spartak Moscow gave fans some cheer two minutes later as Ze Luis fired the rebound into the middle of the goal. Los Sevillanos, though, managed to defend their slim lead and, taking everything into account, their victory is well deserved.

30′ Clement Lenglet 1 – 0
59′ Ever Banega 2 – 0
78′ Ze Luis

Shakhtar Donetsk 3 – 1 Feyenoord
As expected, Shakhtar Donetsk defeated Feyenoord at OSC Metalist in Kharkiv in their fourth group game. However, the visitors opened the scoring in the 12th minute of the match, with Nicolai Jorgensen easily beating the goalkeeper with a close-range header. However, Feyenoord’s lead did not last long as Shakhtar Donetsk equalized two minutes later. Facundo Ferreyra leveled things up and in the 17th minute of the game the score was changed to 2-1, with Marlos scoring a brilliant goal from outside the box. The Ukrainian champions continued to dominate the game and 23 minutes into the second half Marlos scored his second goal of the match and set up a the final score (3-1). Steven Berghuis missed a good opportunity to score the second for the Dutch outfit in the 81th minute and, taking everything into account, the visitors did not deserved to grab something from the match.

12′ Nicolai Jorgensen 0 – 1
14′ Facundo Ferreyra 1 – 1
17′ Marlos 2 – 1
68′ Marlos 3 – 1

Lazio Roma 1 – 0 OGC Nice
Lazio have been producing terrific performances in all competitions this season and they gave fans yet another reason for celebration on Thursday evening, with the team recording a hard-fought win over Nice in the Group K derby. Coach Simone Inzaghi rested several first-team regulars against les Aiglons, and, as a result, the Serie A side were struggling to break the deadlock. However, Nice defender Maxime Le Marchand eventually helped Lazio pick up all three points from the match as he scored an unlucky own goal in the dying minutes of the game. The Biancocelesti managed to keep their 100% record in the Europa League group stages intact, but it has to be noted that they did have a single shot on target in the 1-0 victory over the Ligue 1 side. Anyhow, Lazio booked their place in the knockout stages, whilst Lucien Favre’s men have yet to make it to the last 32 to the Europa League.

90′ Maxime Le Marchand 1 – 0


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WORLD CUP ACCUMULATOR HITS!

WORLD CUP ACCUMULATOR HITS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 9th of October in the World Cup qualifiers

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Spain to Win
Israel – Spain

Austria to Win
Moldova – Austria

Italy to Win
Albania – Italy

 


The games end in the following results:

Israel 0 – 1 Spain
Despite the fact that Spain coach Julen Lopetegui rested first-team regulars in Monday’s qualifier against Israel, La Roja did well to beat Israel in their last group game. The Spaniards dominated the game, but they failed to break the deadlock in the first-half of the match. Julen Lopetegui’s men, though, managed to open the scoring in the 76th minute of the game, with former Real Madrid midfielder Asier Illaramendi scoring the winner for the visitors. The ball rebounded and arrived at the feet of the Real Sociedad player just outside the box and he fired a terrific shot inside the right post. Spain defended their slim lead without any difficulties and, taking everything into account, they finished their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign in style. It has to be noted that Israel had no more than one shot on target during the match.

76′ Asier Illarramendi 0 -1

Moldova 0 – 1 Austria
Austria finished their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign in style, with the team recording back-to-back wins over Serbia and Moldova. The Austrians failed to find the net in the first half of Monday’s clash against the former Soviet republic, but Moldova defender Ionita made it easier for the visitors as he was sent off in the 55th minute of the match. Das Team managed to turn their dominance into opening goal after 69 minutes, with Louis Schaub finding the net for Marcel Koller’s men. Marko Arnautovic provided an assist for the Rapid Wien midfielder and the 22-year-old footballer scored the winner on empty-net. Taking everything into account, Austria totally deserved to win their last group game as Moldova has no more than 4 goal attempts during the match. However, that did not help Marcel Koller’s charges book their place in the play-offs as they finished the process in 4th place in Group D.


69′ Louis Schaub 0 – 1

Albania 0 – 1 Italy
After failing to beat Macedonia at Stadio Olimpico di Torino, Italy were desperate to pick up all three points from Monday’s clash against Albania. Coach Gian Piero Ventura decided not to rest key players against Albania and his decision proved fruitful. Lazio attacker Ciro Immobile produced a shot from inside the box on the stroke of half time, but his attempt only rattled the crossbar. Lorenzo Insigne was close to scoring the opener 15 minutes into the second half and the Azzurri eventually managed to break the deadlock in the 73rd minute of the match. Leonardo Spinazzola sent a precise lofted cross into the box, with Antonio Candreva finding the net for the Italians. Albania goalkeeper Etrit Berisha had no chance and the Lazio winger made it 1-0. Candreva could have scored a brace in the dying minutes of the match, but this time out the goalkeeper denied his effort with a brilliant save.

73′ Andrea Candreva 0 – 1


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