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Sunday’s Football Accumulator – Sun 14th April

This is one of my shortest price fourfold accumulators this season but in my defence, the selection of games isn’t that great in order to try and increase the odds with any certainty.

I mean, we could have backed Crystal Palace and Chelsea to win and that would have massively increased the odds, but against Manchester City and Liverpool, is it a realistic prospect that this will occur. I don’t feel so at the moment and as such, it’s a smaller odds bet for Sunday.

Part of the issue is that the Serie A selection, which has served me well over the last few weeks, is also rather limited with a number of one-sided encounters and finding value in those games was tough.

However, a winner is what I want and although this is a shorter odds bet, it will still provide us with a healthy profit if we land it, so without any further ado, here’s my tips for the games on Sunday, two from Serie A and the two big games at the top of the table in the Premier League.

Sunday’s Football Acca – 14/04/2019

    • 11:30
    • Torino v Cagliari - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sampdoria v Genoa - Home Win
    • 2:05
    • Crystal P v Man City - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Liverpool v Chelsea - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 14th April

Torino v Cagliari – Home Win

Both of these teams sit in the mid-table of Serie A, although Torino have ambitions to break on towards the top six, where they lie just three points behind Roma in 6th and four behind Atalanta and Milan in 4th and 5th. Cagliari are 12th in the table with 36 points and they are still not really assured of safety, although in truth they should be. Torino have been a tough side to beat this season, losing just six times all season long, only Napoli and Juventus have lost on fewer occasions. They are very tough to beat at home and although Cagliari are not a bad side, I can’t see them getting anything from this game. Torino should win this and win it relatively comfortably.

Sampdoria v Genoa – Home Win

The Genoese derby is one of the lesser well known derby games in Italy and while it may lack the prestige of the Rome, Milan or Turin derby matches, it is still a vocal and passionate affair. Sampdoria have had the better season of the two teams and lie in 9th place well clear of Fiorentina in 10th. Genoa are in 13th place with 34 points and it is fair to say that they have not really recovered since selling main striker to Piatek in the January transfer window. That income may have been welcome on the balance sheets but it has left the team well short of goals and I think Sampdoria can capitalise on this to grab a win and the bragging rights around the city.

Crystal Palace v Man City – Away Win

Crystal Palace pulled off one of the stunning upsets of the season when they defeated Manchester City at the Etihad 3-2 in December last year and it is also worth remembering that but for a penalty miss by the usual reliable Milivojevic in this fixture last season, City would have lost that game too. Palace are certainly capable of raising their game against the top sides and they’ll have a plethora of Liverpool fans cheering them on in this game, but I think after a defeat to Tottenham in the Champions League in midweek, City will be fully focused on not letting their slender advantage over Liverpool slip away here and I am backing the visitors to come away from Selhurst Park with a hard fought win.

Liverpool v Chelsea – Home Win

Of all the games this weekend, this is the one that I have the most difficulty tipping. If you look at recent form and the state of the club, then you would say this should be a Liverpool home win. However Chelsea are the only team to beat Liverpool at Anfield this season (in the Carabao Cup, although that was against very much a Liverpool reserve side) and the Reds home record against Chelsea is very poor, with their last win being several years ago. Indeed, Chelsea have by far the best record of the two teams in recent years and although they drew at STamford Bridge last year, Chelsea were the better side and it was only a last minute stunner from Daniel Sturridge that spared the Reds defeat. However, with the title race hotting up, the home side will be desperate for the points and to gain revenge for the defeat that derailed their last title challenge in 2014. I think Liverpool will just about do it, but it will be a nervous 90 minutes for Reds fans.

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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