What’s Your Acca? A Coupon For Today’s EPL Action5 min read
Our Season Ticket sign up offer comes to an end this Sunday, with every customer receiving a free weekly acca until the end of the EPL season next May. But- what’s the best way to spend your free bet on this weekend’s games?
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— BetVictor (@BetVictor) August 7, 2017
The first two weekends of this season have been unpredictable at best, with Huddersfield, West Brom and Watford occupying Champions League spots- and week 3s fixtures look as tough to call as any, but we’ve put together this 30/1+ acca which looks good value for today;
Crystal Palace v Swansea – Under 2.5 match goals – 4/5
FdB: Yes, it's a must win .#CPFC 🦅 pic.twitter.com/MNpCRL4VKF
— Crystal Palace F.C. (H) (@CPFC) August 25, 2017
Neither team has managed to find the target in their opening two games this season, and despite some morale boosting performances midweek in the EFL Cup, it will take more to survive at this level.
Huddersfield v Southampton – Huddersfield +1 Goal – 8/11
Everyone’s pre-season favourites for the drop have so far been the surprise package. Confidence must be running high at the Kirklees Stadium, but the cracks will start to show in their small squad sooner rather than later. That being said, the home advantage should get them over the line in this one, and a well organised defence shouldn’t ship too many at home.
Newcastle v West Ham – Javier Hernandez to score Anytime – 2/1
Chicharito gets his first West Ham goal! ⚒️#SOUWHU pic.twitter.com/9BYXYzKlKk
— BetVictor (@BetVictor) August 19, 2017
Chicharito looks like the buy of the summer for West Ham, and last week all the signs were that he still has plenty left in the tank to be a real asset for the Hammers this year. Newcastle have struggled to find their feet as a top flight club again, and Hernandez will do everything he can to keep them comfortably in the lower reaches of the table.
Watford v Brighton – Watford to win– 1/1
Watford were another of my pre-season fancies for relegation, but in their opening two games they have shown the one thing that often separates the teams in 17th to the teams below them, they can score goals. In fact, only Man Utd have outscored them so far this campaign. If they can keep this run of form up, it should be too much to handle for a Seagulls side who have looked blunt in front of the target so far this year.
Man Utd v Leicester – Man Utd -1 Goal – 5/6
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— B/R Football (@brfootball) August 19, 2017
Back to back 4-nil wins will put you at the top of just about any table after two games, but it’s impossible to deny that the style of football coming out of the red half of Manchester so far this season has looked like there may just be some truth in the Mourinho ‘2nd season’ lore. Lukaku, Pogba, Matic – there are superstars all over the pitch now and De Gea looks as good as ever. A comfortable win on the cards here.
So there we go, fingers crossed we can build up the account balances in plenty of time to place a couple of chunky #PriceItUp selections on tonight’s Mayweather v McGregor bout, and wake up Sunday morning ready to go again as Liverpool head to London to face Arsenal in this week’s Golden Goal Match. Best of Luck!