Here is my 23/1 four fold acca that covers the next two days:
Stuttgart vs Wolfsburg: Wolfsburg Win @ 6/5 (1730 KO – Bundesliga)
This is a very interesting game as one team are in awful form at home, while the other is in awful form away.
Stuttgart have lost 5 of 8 home games, including 4 games against Augsburg, Koln, Gladbach and Frankfurt where they have conceded 3+ goals! Wolfsburg on the other hand have won just one of 7 away games, but with their quality and the fact they have won 6 in a row vs Stuttgart, including 3-1 and 4-0 wins last season.
That last factor, and the quality of their squad confirms this for me.
St Johnstone vs Hearts: BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals @ 11/8 (1500 KO – SPL)
Usually I avoid the SPL like the plague! However, this weekend there is particular value in this fixture.
St Johnstone have scored in 8/9 home games – failing only against Celtic. They have also conceded in all 9, giving a total of 8/9 on BTTS and 5/9 on BTTS + Over 2.5. Looking back over the last 15 games overall – 12 BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals! Incredible record!
Hearts are not quite as good on this market, with 6/11 away from home, but given their previous 2 meetings (once this season and once at the start of 2014) have been 4-3 and 3-3, and the scoring record of both teams this season, it gives me huge confidence!
Oostende vs Standard Liege: BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals @ 11/10 (170 KO – Belgian Pro League)
Oostende have been the surprise package this season, while Liege have also been surprisingly poor, but recently have picked up their form a little of late with an unbeaten run spanning over 5 games.
I’ll keep it simple – BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals in 5/9 at home for Oostende, winning 7/9, while Liege have a record of 6/9 for this market.
Recent results have also given a good feeling on this game – the last three have been 2-1, 3-2 and 5-3 to Oostende.
Freiburg vs 1860 Munich: Freiburg -1 Goal Asian Handicap @ 23/20 (1230 KO – Bundesliga II)
Freiburg have been very good since relegation, dominating many games in the case of home games, scoring 29 in 9!
It’s a match of 2nd top vs 2nd bottom – 1860 have been very average this losing 4/9 away games while drawing the other 5.
Freiburg have won 6/9 at home, with all 6 winning by at least 2 goals, so the Asian Handicap is great safety incase they struggle to break a resilient Munich side down. Win to Nil is a good option as 1860 have scored in just 4 of 9 away games, but with an iffy back four, Freiburg are more likely to concede but score 5 that win 1-0
In total, this pays around 23/1 with Bet365, while if the Asian Handicap voids like last weekend it will be nearly 11/1 this weekend. I have lined up four other games to add to the BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals duo in this set of tips, so will post later today if I get a little time, or don’t oversleep…
Best of luck