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Sunday’s Football Accumulator Tip – 30th September 2018

Last weekend we were much more on the ball with our acca bets, while still not quite getting the ball to roll for us. on Saturday, Manchester United’s inability to beat Wolves at home cost us a nice lower odds win, while on Sunday Chelsea’s poor performance at West Ham and a last gasp equaliser for Atalanta were enough to send that acca down too.

However, I am really encouraged by the rest of the selections and I was much more on the boil last week. So I am confident that sooner or later I am going to land one of the big ones.

I always feel more confident around this time as it was around this time of the season a few years back when I landed by biggest ever acca, which came in at odds of well over 200/1 and made for a very profitable year.

So let’s hope we can get the ball rolling again with this selection of games for Sunday’s matches, including one Premier League clash and three from Italy’s Serie A.

Sunday’s Footie Accumulator – 30/09/2018

    • 2:00
    • Fiorentina v Atalanta - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Cardiff City v Burnley - Draw
    • 5:00
    • Parma v Empoli - Home Win
    • 7:30
    • Sassuolo v AC Milan - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 30th September

Fiorentina v Atalanta – Home Win

Fiorentina moved into third place in Serie A at the weekend with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over SPAL, while Atalanta earned a last gasp point away to AC Milan thanks to a last minute equaliser. For me though, Fiorentina, at the moment, are a much better organised and more disciplined outfit than Milan and I strongly fancy the home side to get the job done against at Atalanta team which has plenty of great talent but which struggles to put it together into any decent run of form. A case in point being Atalanta not having won any of their last five games in all competitions. For me Fiorentina win this one and win it relatively comfortably too.

Cardiff City v Burnley – Draw

The history between these two teams, with nine draws out of the last 12 matches between the teams, means that a draw is always likely to be on the cards, but I am basing this selection on a lot more than just history. Cardiff will know this is their best chance of a home win so far this season, but they face Burnley at a time when the Clarets have just thumped Bournemouth 4-0 at home to get back to winning ways. Sean Dyche’s men are a streaky team and when they get a win, they usually back that up with a positive performance in their next game. I can see them dominating this one, but perhaps not doing enough to get the win, hence I think a draw, either 0-0 or 1-1 is the most likely outcome.

Parma v Empoli – Home Win

Parma have started their first season back in Serie A for a while pretty well picking up seven points from five games to lie in 10th spot and they have also beaten Roma during that opening spell. Empoli in contrast lie 17th having won just one of their five games, losing three. Both teams don’t score too many but also don’t concede too many either and as such, this is a game I see as being very tight and perhaps being decided by the one goal. I always think in games like that, the home team has the big advantage and given their stronger record of the two teams, I am backing Parma to land the win here.

Sassuolo v AC Milan – Draw

Many people will look at this game and assume a Milan win, but that would be doing Sassuolo a huge disservice. They may not be a fashionable Serie A team, but their sole defeat this season was a narrow 2-1 loss away to Juventus and they have beaten Inter Milan amongst other teams to lie 4th in the table, well above Milan in 12th place. Milan though do have a game in hand but they are not as well-rounded a team as the home side and as such, I think their defensive provlems and a lack of goals mean that while I can see them scoring here, I can also see Sassuolo doing likewise and as such, I think this is a game that will end in a scoring draw.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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