Over the last few weekends we have been posting three accumulator, which to me now looks a little too much! All tips from both myself and Kieron have been posted in previews, so if you wish to back any of those they are there for you to see.
From now on – it will be a case of selecting our best four value tips for a weekend accumulator, and then a daily value double and potentially some high risk doubles from time to time. In short, providing you with our favourite four, and then a selection of others that we feel are good value but at a high price. Here are our best four tips for the weekend:
Degerfors vs Sirius: Sirius -1 Goal Asian Handicap @ 7/5 (Swedish Superettan, 1500 KO)
Sirius are the in form team in Swedish football at the moment – top of their league, with 8 wins in their last 9 games – including 5 by -1 or better. Last time out against the same outfit, they won 6-0, and with Kapcevic and Bjorkebaum having 21 goals between them this season, they will be full of confidence. I went with the same bet last weekend and they duly obliged, winning 2-0 with Kapcevic and Bjorkebaum grabbing a goal apiece.
With Degerfors pretty average, with only 3 wins from 9 at home – and nearly 2 per game conceded – I see a nice win for the away side.
Hammarby vs Goteborg: Goteborg Over 1.5 Team Goals @ 11/10 (Swedish Allsvenskan, 1400 KO)
This is certainly going to be a high risk bet for the weekend – Goteborg + BTTS @ 7/2, with both teams high scoring (both scored over 30 in 18 games) while Goteborg have conceded 25, and Hammarby 33. In Goteborg’s last 10 games away, they have scored in 9 and conceded in 8 – 5 wins in total, but a big factor has been the Europa League – the did play in it Thursday, but at home – no real amount of travel.
Goteborg to score 2 or more @ 11/10 looks good value – even if drawing or losing they have often scored 2.
Oxford vs Peterborough: Peterborough Over 1.5 Team Goals @ 29/20 (League One, 1500 KO)
Peterborough are about as unpredictable as a football team can get as far as results are concerned, but one thing they always manage win, lose or draw is too score goals. They finished the leagues joint highest scorers from 13th place last year returning 82 goals. Newly promoted Oxford have already conceded five goals in three matches this season so two goals from such a high scoring Peterborough shouldn’t be too much too find.
Bradford vs Coventry: Bradford Clean Sheet @ 13/10 (League One, 1500 KO)
Bradford are three games into their campaign and have only conceded one goal. Across the whole of last season they only conceded 40 goals – the second best defence in the league. Coventry are still searching for their first goal after three matches, managing 67 all of last season. All of last season Bradford were renowned for staying resilient against the most prolific of attacking sides and that shows no sign of changing this year, 13/10 a good price.
Altogether, this pays around the 27/1 mark.
Best of luck!