The Daily Acca: A 222/1 tea-time treble

Paul Robinson is concentrating on the three big 17:30 KO’s this evening and he is predicting plenty of goals. Here are his selections:

Emery to get the better of Sarri

Bet 1: Back Arsenal & BTTS @ 9/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Gunners need to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat at West Ham last Saturday but they are more than capable of doing so, and they have an excellent record at home this season.

Other than a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City, all the way back in August, Unai Emery’s side haven’t been beaten at the Emirates in the league this year – winning eight and drawing the other two.

Chelsea meanwhile have lost two of their last five Premier League fixtures away from Stamford Bridge, but it is worth noting that they found the net in both of them.

This should be a highly entertaining game with Arsenal taking it to the Blues. The visitors will be dangerous on the counter, and I certainly believe that they will score, but I expect the three points to remain in North London.

Click here for Kevin Hatchard’s take on this game.

Wilder’s men to strengthen their promotion hopes

Bet 2: Back Sheffield United & BTTS @ 7/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Blades are one of the form teams of the Championship as they have won their last four matches – scoring three times in three of them. They also kept three clean sheets, but I can’t see them managing that at the Liberty Stadium.

The Swans are in decent form themselves as they are four without defeat in all competitions, and are now only six points off the play-off places.

Their record at home isn’t overly appealing however as it’s just one win from their last five – losing on three occasions. Two of those defeats came against high-flyers, Norwich and West Brom, but Graham Potter’s men still found the net in 1-4 and 1-2 defeats.

Mark O’Haire is also keen on the away win.

Goal-fest in Germany

Bet 3: Back BTTS in Both Halves in RB Leipzig v Dortmund @ 8/1 – KO 17:30 GMT

The most salivating clash of the day comes from Germany as the Bundesliga kicks back into gear with a fixture between RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund that has goals written all over it.

The Infogol analysts have covered the expected goals analysis here and they are going for Over 3.5.

My take is that we will get both teams scoring in both halves. The pair of them will be aiming to fly out of the traps following the winter break, and with Bayern winning last night, Dortmund will want to make their own statement of intent.

The visitors are seeing their matches average 3.65 goals each time this season – the highest in the division – and while Leipzig are down at the 2.82 mark, their two latest home outings ended 4-1 and 3-2.

Daily Acca 2018/19 P/L

Wagered: 189pts
Returned: 103.79pts
P/L: -85.21pts

Source: Betfair UK English Championship

    

The Daily Acca: A 222/1 tea-time treble

Paul Robinson is concentrating on the three big 17:30 KO’s this evening and he is predicting plenty of goals. Here are his selections:

Emery to get the better of Sarri

Bet 1: Back Arsenal & BTTS @ 9/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Gunners need to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat at West Ham last Saturday but they are more than capable of doing so, and they have an excellent record at home this season.

Other than a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City, all the way back in August, Unai Emery’s side haven’t been beaten at the Emirates in the league this year – winning eight and drawing the other two.

Chelsea meanwhile have lost two of their last five Premier League fixtures away from Stamford Bridge, but it is worth noting that they found the net in both of them.

This should be a highly entertaining game with Arsenal taking it to the Blues. The visitors will be dangerous on the counter, and I certainly believe that they will score, but I expect the three points to remain in North London.

Click here for Kevin Hatchard’s take on this game.

Wilder’s men to strengthen their promotion hopes

Bet 2: Back Sheffield United & BTTS @ 7/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Blades are one of the form teams of the Championship as they have won their last four matches – scoring three times in three of them. They also kept three clean sheets, but I can’t see them managing that at the Liberty Stadium.

The Swans are in decent form themselves as they are four without defeat in all competitions, and are now only six points off the play-off places.

Their record at home isn’t overly appealing however as it’s just one win from their last five – losing on three occasions. Two of those defeats came against high-flyers, Norwich and West Brom, but Graham Potter’s men still found the net in 1-4 and 1-2 defeats.

Mark O’Haire is also keen on the away win.

Goal-fest in Germany

Bet 3: Back BTTS in Both Halves in RB Leipzig v Dortmund @ 8/1 – KO 17:30 GMT

The most salivating clash of the day comes from Germany as the Bundesliga kicks back into gear with a fixture between RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund that has goals written all over it.

The Infogol analysts have covered the expected goals analysis here and they are going for Over 3.5.

My take is that we will get both teams scoring in both halves. The pair of them will be aiming to fly out of the traps following the winter break, and with Bayern winning last night, Dortmund will want to make their own statement of intent.

The visitors are seeing their matches average 3.65 goals each time this season – the highest in the division – and while Leipzig are down at the 2.82 mark, their two latest home outings ended 4-1 and 3-2.

Daily Acca 2018/19 P/L

Wagered: 189pts
Returned: 103.79pts
P/L: -85.21pts

Source: Betfair Premier League

    

The Daily Acca: A 222/1 tea-time treble

Paul Robinson is concentrating on the three big 17:30 KO’s this evening and he is predicting plenty of goals. Here are his selections:

Emery to get the better of Sarri

Bet 1: Back Arsenal & BTTS @ 9/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Gunners need to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat at West Ham last Saturday but they are more than capable of doing so, and they have an excellent record at home this season.

Other than a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City, all the way back in August, Unai Emery’s side haven’t been beaten at the Emirates in the league this year – winning eight and drawing the other two.

Chelsea meanwhile have lost two of their last five Premier League fixtures away from Stamford Bridge, but it is worth noting that they found the net in both of them.

This should be a highly entertaining game with Arsenal taking it to the Blues. The visitors will be dangerous on the counter, and I certainly believe that they will score, but I expect the three points to remain in North London.

Click here for Kevin Hatchard’s take on this game.

Wilder’s men to strengthen their promotion hopes

Bet 2: Back Sheffield United & BTTS @ 7/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Blades are one of the form teams of the Championship as they have won their last four matches – scoring three times in three of them. They also kept three clean sheets, but I can’t see them managing that at the Liberty Stadium.

The Swans are in decent form themselves as they are four without defeat in all competitions, and are now only six points off the play-off places.

Their record at home isn’t overly appealing however as it’s just one win from their last five – losing on three occasions. Two of those defeats came against high-flyers, Norwich and West Brom, but Graham Potter’s men still found the net in 1-4 and 1-2 defeats.

Mark O’Haire is also keen on the away win.

Goal-fest in Germany

Bet 3: Back BTTS in Both Halves in RB Leipzig v Dortmund @ 8/1 – KO 17:30 GMT

The most salivating clash of the day comes from Germany as the Bundesliga kicks back into gear with a fixture between RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund that has goals written all over it.

The Infogol analysts have covered the expected goals analysis here and they are going for Over 3.5.

My take is that we will get both teams scoring in both halves. The pair of them will be aiming to fly out of the traps following the winter break, and with Bayern winning last night, Dortmund will want to make their own statement of intent.

The visitors are seeing their matches average 3.65 goals each time this season – the highest in the division – and while Leipzig are down at the 2.82 mark, their two latest home outings ended 4-1 and 3-2.

Daily Acca 2018/19 P/L

Wagered: 189pts
Returned: 103.79pts
P/L: -85.21pts

Source: Betfair German

    

The Daily Acca: A 222/1 tea-time treble

Paul Robinson is concentrating on the three big 17:30 KO’s this evening and he is predicting plenty of goals. Here are his selections:

Emery to get the better of Sarri

Bet 1: Back Arsenal & BTTS @ 9/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Gunners need to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat at West Ham last Saturday but they are more than capable of doing so, and they have an excellent record at home this season.

Other than a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City, all the way back in August, Unai Emery’s side haven’t been beaten at the Emirates in the league this year – winning eight and drawing the other two.

Chelsea meanwhile have lost two of their last five Premier League fixtures away from Stamford Bridge, but it is worth noting that they found the net in both of them.

This should be a highly entertaining game with Arsenal taking it to the Blues. The visitors will be dangerous on the counter, and I certainly believe that they will score, but I expect the three points to remain in North London.

Click here for Kevin Hatchard’s take on this game.

Wilder’s men to strengthen their promotion hopes

Bet 2: Back Sheffield United & BTTS @ 7/2 – KO 17:30 GMT

The Blades are one of the form teams of the Championship as they have won their last four matches – scoring three times in three of them. They also kept three clean sheets, but I can’t see them managing that at the Liberty Stadium.

The Swans are in decent form themselves as they are four without defeat in all competitions, and are now only six points off the play-off places.

Their record at home isn’t overly appealing however as it’s just one win from their last five – losing on three occasions. Two of those defeats came against high-flyers, Norwich and West Brom, but Graham Potter’s men still found the net in 1-4 and 1-2 defeats.

Mark O’Haire is also keen on the away win.

Goal-fest in Germany

Bet 3: Back BTTS in Both Halves in RB Leipzig v Dortmund @ 8/1 – KO 17:30 GMT

The most salivating clash of the day comes from Germany as the Bundesliga kicks back into gear with a fixture between RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund that has goals written all over it.

The Infogol analysts have covered the expected goals analysis here and they are going for Over 3.5.

My take is that we will get both teams scoring in both halves. The pair of them will be aiming to fly out of the traps following the winter break, and with Bayern winning last night, Dortmund will want to make their own statement of intent.

The visitors are seeing their matches average 3.65 goals each time this season – the highest in the division – and while Leipzig are down at the 2.82 mark, their two latest home outings ended 4-1 and 3-2.

Daily Acca 2018/19 P/L

Wagered: 189pts
Returned: 103.79pts
P/L: -85.21pts

Source: BetFair Tips

    

Football Bet of the Day: Atletico to humble Huesca

In-form Atletico Madrid are on their way to La Liga’s bottom club and Tobias Gourlay thinks they’ll show no mercy

Huesca v Atletico Madrid
Saturday 17:30
(Live on Eleven Sports 1)

A couple of good results to report from yesterday. Western Sydney Wanderers went down 1-2 at home to Adelaide United to land our first goals bet of the day. Then Vitesse Arnhem beat Excelsior 3-2 to land our second one.

Today it’s a Match Outcome market that’s caught our eye. In Spain, Huesca’s first ever Liga campaign has been tough. At the halfway point in the season, the tiny team from the north-east are six points clear at the bottom (W2-D5-L12). They finally won a home game against Real Betis last time out at El Alcoraz, but are still without a clean sheet after nine attempts.

Atletico Madrid have lost just one of their 19 Liga games this term. Diego Simeone’s men are W9-D7-L0 since that solitary defeat, having won four of their last five. Overall this season, they’ve drawn too many road games (W2-D6-L1) but they are still only five points behind leaders Barcelona. With confidence building on the back of recent successes, we fancy the Mattress Makers will have too much for this afternoon’s hosts.

2019 P/L (1pt per bet)

Staked: 11pts
Returned: 9.62pts
P/L: -1.38pts

Source: Betfair Spanish La Liga