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ACCUMULATOR HATTRICK!

ACCUMULATOR HATTRICK!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played on the 16th of August in the Champions League play offs round.

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Celtic to Win
Celtic – Astana

Olympiakos to Win
Olympiakos – Rijeka

Hapoel Beer Sheva
Hapoel Beer Sheva – Maribor


The games end in the following results:

Celtic 5 – 0 Astana
As expected, Celtic defeated Astana at their Celtic Park in the first leg of the Champions League play-offs. The Hoops rolled over the Kazakhstan champions (5-0) in Glasgow, but it has to be noted that Astana scored two own goals in the first leg. Evgeni Postnikov put the ball into his own net in the 32nd minute of the match and Celtic doubled their lead ten minutes later, with Scott Sinclair drilling a low drive inside the left post. 15 minutes into the second half Scott Sinclair scored his second goal of the match (3-0) and in the 79th minute James Forest scored the fourth for Celtic, with Astana defender Igor Shitov putting the game to bet in the dying minutes of the match (’88). The opposition defender scored an unfortunate own goal and set up the final score of the match (5-0).

32′ Evgeniy Postnikov (OG) 1 – 0
42′ Scott Sinclair 2 – 0
60′ Scott Sinclair 3 – 0
79′ James Forrest 4 – 0
88′ Igor Shitov (OG) 5 – 0

Olympiakos 2 – 1 Rijeka
Olympiakos and Rijeka were on the verge of sharing the spoils at Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in the first leg of the Champions League play-offs, but the Greek champions eventually scored a late winner. The game did not started well for the hosts as Rijeka took the lead in the 42nd minute of the match, with Araujo Heber scoring the opener for the Croatian side. Heber could have doubled Rijeka’s lead three minutes later, but Olympiakos goalkeeper Stefanos Kapino made a great save to stop his effort. The Thrylos produced a much better display in the second half of the match and they turn their dominance into goal in the 66th minute, with Konstantinos Fortounis scoring the equalizer for the hosts. 17 minutes later Rijeka full-back Leonard Zuta was sent off and that is probably the main reason why Olympiakos managed to come from behind and win the first leg. It has to be noted that Jacques-Alaixys Romao scored the winner for the hosts in the dying minutes of the match (2-1).

42′ Araujo dos Santos Heber 0 – 1
66′ Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe 1 – 1
90′ Jacques Alaixys Romao 2 – 1

Hapoel Beer Sheva 2 – 1 Maribor
Hapoel Be’er Sheva impressed in the Europa League last term and they continue with fine displays in the Champions League qualifiers this season. The Israeli outfit recorded a 2-1 win over Maribor in the first leg of the Champions League play-offs, but it has to be noted that the Slovenians took the lead. Brazilian attacker Marcos Tavares scored the opener for Maribor in the tenth minute of the match, with the experienced footballer unleashing a shot from the edge of the box into the top right corner. However, the hosts then started to dominate the game and they scored the equalizer two minutes later. To make things even worse for the visitors, Maribor defender Blaz Vrhovec pulled the jersey of the opposition attacker on the stroke of half time and referee pointed to the penalty spot. Shir Tzedek won the battle with Maribor goalkeeper Handanovic and he scored the second goal for the hosts. Hapoel Be’er Sheva totally deserved to win the first leg, but it remains to be seen if they are going to defend their slim lead at Ljudski vrt.

10′ Tavares 0 – 1
12′ Anthony Nwakaeme 1 – 1
45′ Shir Tzedek 2 – 1


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Europa League quarter finals Accumulator HITS!

Europa League quarter finals Accumulator HITS!

Hectic first leg of the quarter finals, but… WE MADE MONEY!

The accumulator special was focused on three Europa League games being played on 13th of April.

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Celta de Vigo to win 8/13
Celta de Vigo – KRC Genk

Olympique Lyonnais to win 11/20
Olympique Lyonnais – Besiktas

Manchester United to win or draw 11/50
Anderlecht – Manchester United


The games end in the following results:

Celta de Vigo 3 – 2 KRC Genk
Celta Vigo came from behind to beat Genk in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-finals. Albert Stuivenberg’s troops took the lead after ten minutes, with Jean-Paul Boetius planting a close-range header. However, Os Celeste quickly leveled things up, with Pione Sisto scoring the equalizer in the 15th minute of the match. Three minutes later Iago Aspas scored the second for the La Liga outfit as he took advantage of poor defending from the opposition back-line. John Guidetti doubled Celta’s lead after 38 minutes as his shot from the edge of the penalty box went into the left bottom corner. Hugo Mallo missed a great opportunity to score the fourth in the 57th minute and ten minutes later Thomas Buffel gave away fans some cheer, with the Genk midfielder putting the ball into the net with a nice header.

10′ Jean Paul Boetius 0 – 1
15′ Pione Sisto 1 – 1
18′ Iago Aspas 2 – 1
38′ John Guidetti 3 – 1
67′ Thomas Buffel 3 – 2

Olympique Lyonnais 2 – 1 Besiktas
Lyon and Besiktas faced each other at Parc Olympique Lyonnais in a match that was delayed due to violent incidents. The game eventually started and Ryan Babel helped Besiktas take an early lead in Thursday’s Europa League clash. The former Liverpool man managed to beat the goalkeeper and, as expected, the visitors adopted a defence-minded approach in the remainder of the match. Olympique Lyon missed a number of clear-cut chances to score in the second half of the match, but they eventually scored the equalizing goal ten minutes before the final whistle. Corentin Tolisso’s header helped the Ligue 1 outfit level things up and two minutes later Jeremy Morel completed the comeback after a huge error from Besiktas goalkeeper Fabri. Lyon dominated the game and they totally deserved to win the first leg. Les Gones are now on a quest to defend their slim lead in Istanbul, but that is easier said than done.

15′ Ryan Babel 0 – 1
83′ Corentin Tolisso
85′ Jeremy Morel

Anderlecht 1 – 1 Manchester United
Despite being regarded as hot favourites to win Thursday’s Europa League clash against Anderlecht, Manchester United played out a 1-1 draw with the Belgium side at Constant Vanden Stock Stadium. Henrikh Mkhitaryan broke the deadlock after 37 minutes, with the Armenia international firing home from a close range. Jose Mourinho decided to defend the slim lead, but the Premier League giants eventually failed to keep a clean sheet in the first leg. Paul Pogba missed a great opportunity to double Manchester United’ lead after 83 minutes and three minutes later Leander Dendoncker jumped highest and leveled the score. Anderlecht showed character in the second half of the game and, no doubt, they deserved to grab something from Thursday’s showdown. Anyhow, the Belgians will have a big fish to fry in the second leg at Old Trafford as Manchester United are on a five-game winning run at home in the Europa League.

37′ Henrik Mkhitaryan 0 – 1
86′ Leander Dendoncker 1 – 1


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