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Sunday Football Accumulator – Sun 27th January

Last Sunday we managed to land a nice fourfold accumulator for a total return of over £110 for a £10 stake as Manchester City, Napoli and Tottenham all duly won their games and the Fiorentina v Sampdoria clash finished in an incredible 3-3 draw.

In truth, I felt that a win had been coming as I have had so many near misses in recent times that I was beginning to think the football gods had decided to jinx me for the rest of the season. As such, it was nice to get back to winning ways by picking up that win last weekend.

Having landed that, I now want to capitalise on it even further and if my bet on Saturday hasn’t come in (and I think it has a great chance) then I am confident that this quartet of tips on Sunday will do the trick.

This selection of games includes two big games from the FA Cup which see Crystal Palace take on Tottenham at Selhurst Park while at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea will face Sheffield Wednesday in what looks like being a comfortable afternoon for Mauricio Sarri’s men.

As always, I’ll be looking around Europe for a couple of games to add to that selection to improve the odds of a win and with most of European football now back after their winter break, I do have a few more leagues to look around for this week’s selections, which are outlined below.

Sunday’s Football Acca – 27/01/2019

    • 4:00
    • Chelsea v Sheff Wed - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Crystal Palace v Tottenham - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Real Sociedad v SD Huesca - Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Lazio v Juventus - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 27th January

Chelsea v Sheffield Wednesday – Home Win

There was a time when this game would have been a competitive Premier League game, but now Chelsea are one of the elite teams at that level while Wednesday have dropped into the Championship and seem firmly embedded in mid-table anonymity. The Owls did well to beat a strong Luton side away from home in the last round to earn this shot at Chelsea, but after Mauricio Sarri’s blast for his team following their 2-0 defeat at Arsenal, I am expecting Chelsea to come out with a few personnel changes and a very different demeanour here. This competition may be Chelsea’s best chance of a trophy this season and as such, I am expecting the home team to register a confident victory.

Crystal Palace v Tottenham – Home Win

This is my risky selection on Sunday but I think it is a risk worth taking. Palace have been in good form of late, especially against the top sides where they have beaten Manchester City and pushed Liverpool extremely hard at Anfield last weekend. They now face a Tottenham side that could well be without Kane, Son, Moura and Alli for this game, and who may elect to rest some other key players for the fixture. Mauricio Pochettino will know that Spurs fans want a trophy but his threadbare squad may mean he has to protect the likes of Eriksen. If he does, then I can see Palace taking full advantage and perhaps securing a shock FA Cup Fourth Round victory in front of their home fans.

Real Sociedad v SD Huesca – Home Win

Real Sociedad lie in 8th place in La Liga, while SD Huesca are bottom of the table with just two wins and five draws from their 20 games played. They are 10 points from safety and have won just one game away from home all season (in their opening game against Eibar). Sociedad come into this game unbeaten in their last five games and that includes wins over Real Madrid and Espanyol in that run, although they have had three draws in that run too, including two by a 2-2 scoreline. Sociedad do concede defensively but they can score but Huesca are not the side to be able to capitalise on that frailty and as such, I think this is a home banker on Sunday evening.

Lazio v Juventus – Away Win

Juventus are once again running away with Serie A while Lazio have now dropped down to sixth place in the table on the back of their defeat at Napoli last weekend. The Rome-based side won’t thank the fixture computer for handing them the top two teams in Serie A in successive weeks and in tuth, even though Lazio are a strong side and have some decent players, this Juventus team is a class apart in Serie A. They hold a six point lead over Napoli and with Cristiano Ronaldo in great form having notched 14 goals in his first season in italy already, as well as five assists, I fancy the visitors from Turin to be the ones claiming the points on Sunday evening.

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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