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Sunday’s Football Acca Tip – 4th November

Last Sunday we managed to land a nice treble winner, which was the second such bet I had landed in the last couple of weeks. Like I said, Acca wins can be somewhat like buses in that you wait a long time for one and then you will find a couple can come along at once.

I am hoping that my Sunday luck will rub off onto my Saturday predictions yesterday, but if not then I am hoping this selection of games, which takes in the Premier League as well as some other matches from across Europe, will prove to be a fruitful one.

Given that both the Premier League games today are pretty much home bankers, I am looking for some decent odds in the other two matches to try and bolster the potential returns on this accumulator.

As such, I am looking at two games in Serie A which I think have decent odds available and which I feel offer me at least a chance of landing an accumulator that is similar in size to the one I landed last weekend.

Let’s take a look at my Sunday fourfold.

Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 4/11/2018

    • 2:00
    • Sampdoria v Torino - Draw
    • 4:00
    • Chelsea v Crystal Palace - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Man City v Southampton - Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Udinese v AC Milan - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 4th November

Sampdoria v Torino – Draw

Both of these sides are inside the top 10 in Serie A and both will be happy with the starts they have made to the season, although in Sampdoria’s case, their recent form has slipped a little. Samp lie in 7th spot, with 15 points just one point ahead of 10th placed Torino, who have 14 points, but a markedly inferior goal difference (o compared to +7 for Sampdoria). After beating Spal and Atalanta, Sampdoria then drew at home with Sassuolo before going down 3-2 to Milan last time out. Torino have drawn both of thei rlast two games but have been beaten just twice this season in Serie A by Napoli and AS Roma, showing how tough they are to beat. As such, I don’t think either side would be too disappointed should this game end up as a draw.

Chelsea v Crystal Palace – Home Win

Crystal Palace earned a solid point against Arsenal last time out, but their hopes of picking up more points this weekend look slim against a Chelsea team that have home advantage and who are also bang in form. Eden Hazard has been running the show in the Premier League this season and the little Belgian will likely be the key man once again here. I doubt Palace’s defence can stop him or Chelsea’s other key men from creating chances and with Palace’s strikers so wasteful in front of goal, I can’t see any other result other than a big win for the home team here.

Man City v Southampton – Home Win

Any time Southampton has faced a top side this season, they have been thumped comprehensively and I feel that will continue at the weekend with Mark Hughes men facing the toughest test of all, Manchester City away from home. City are playing some outstanding football at the moment and deservedly sit atop of the table, albeit on goal difference. I can see City perhaps rotating one or two players for this game, but in truth it shouldn’t matter as the quality they have in the squad, Kevin de Bruyne for example has not started a Premier League game this season, is frightening. I’d be hugely surprised if City don’t win this game by a fair few goals and that is reflected in their staggeringly short price here.

Udinese v AC Milan – Away Win

Udinese have won just two of their ten Serie A games this season to lie in 16th spot on the fringes of the relegation zone. They do score goals (10 scored) but have shipped 15 in those games which has been their biggest problem. Having beaten Chievo back in September, Udinese then lost the next four Serie A games (to Lazio, Bologna, Juventus and Napoli) before earning a 2-2 draw away at Genoa. Milan at home will be a tough test for them though as Milan lie fourth in the table and they are on a good run of form having beaten Sampdoria and Genoa in the past few days. There are signs that this Milan team may just be starting to find its feet after a rocky start to the season and I am backing them to grab a narrow win here in Udine.

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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