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Sunday’s Weekend Footy Acca: Sun 29th April

Last Sunday we were just one Burnley goal away from landing another decent accumulator win, yet another close shave where just one goal has swung the bet against me.

I’ve had so many of these of late that I must be due a change of luck and I’m hoping that my Saturday selections have managed to land me another winner, if not then I am confident that this little group of games from Sunday will do the trick.

We’ve only got two Premier League games taking place on Sunday although one of them is a cracker at Old Trafford between Manchester United and Arsenal, in what is Arsene Wenger’s last game at the ground where he has experienced some real highs and lows, including winning the Premier League there, as well as suffering an 8-2 humiliating defeat.

To accompany those two games, I’ve cast my eye around Europe where there are some huge games taking place with real repercussions on things at the top of the table in some leagues, most notably in Serie A where Napoli face Fiorentina after their stunning in in Turin last weekend.

I’m confident that I’ve got at least one big acca win in me before the end of the season so let’s hope that this fourfold bet does the trick. It’s not the biggest odds to be truthful, but looking at the games for Sunday, it is probably the best value I could find allied to the security of each pick.

Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 29/04/2018

    • 12:00
    • Celtic v Rangers - Home Win
    • 2:15
    • West Ham v Man City - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Man Utd v Arsenal - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Fiorentina v Napoli - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 29th April

Celtic v Rangers – Home Win – Celtic went down to defeat away to Hibernian last weekend to deny themselves securing the Scottish Premier League title then, but that now means that they can do so at home against city rivals Rangers in what promises to be a cauldron at Parkhead. After thumping Rangers in the cup semi-final a few weeks ago, Celtic will be confident of wrapping up another title on Sunday. Graeme Murty’s Rangers will be up against it as they just don’t seem to have the same quality that Celtic possess at present. The atmosphere will be electric but I think this will be a relatively easy home win for Celtic in the end.

West Ham v Manchester City – Away Win – West Ham probably need just one more win from their last four games in order to secure a Premier League spot for next season but they are unlikely to get it on Sunday against the Champions Manchester City. Pep Guardiola’s team have been in superb form of late after a little blip a few weeks ago when they lost three in a row, but City have been ruthless against teams in the bottom half of the table this season. The Hammers form isn’t too bad, but there’s no way I can back anything other than a comfortable City win here.

Manchester United v Arsenal – Home Win – The last time Arsene Wenger will play at Old Trafford as the Arsenal manager promises to be an interesting match up. United need the win to maintain second spot, while Arsenal have hit some better form of late, but I worry for them here as their away form is so poor and Arsene Wenger has rested key players in recent weeks, prioritising his Europa League campaign. With a semi final second leg on Thursday night, I think Arsenal will once again play some youngsters and this will put United at a big advantage here and mean they should get the win.

Fiorentina v Napoli – Away Win – The Serie A title race was thrown wide open last week when Napoli won away at Juventus to cut The Old Lady’s lead to just one point. With Juventus away at Inter on Saturday night, Napoli must win from a tricky trip to Florence in what should be a cracking match. Having had a weeks rest will have helped this Napoli side who have played a huge amount of football this season and while I think this is likely to be a close game, I do feel that the Neapolitans have just enough attacking flair and skill, plus a never-say-die attitude, which will be enough for them to secure a win here.


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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