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Weekend Acca Tips: 12th & 13th October 2019

After a fantastic win a fortnight ago, last week proved to be frustrating. Had Tottenham secured a draw, as opposed to being utterly humiliated, we’d have had another big win in the Champions League and I also hit 50% of my selections in the Europa league and Premier League, but a few surprise results put paid to those selections.

We’re back once again with the International break again this week and England are in action against the Czech Republic on Friday night and then Bulgaria on Monday, both away from home. Four points from those games and England would be in a very strong position to win their group.

Unfortunately, with England’s games on Friday and Monday, they don’t fall into our weekend tips, but we do have some home nations interest in Wales who face a crucial game against Croatia, as well as a couple of other very intriguing games part of our fourfold acca, which is outlined below.

Euro 2020 Qualifier Accumulator – 12th & 13th October 2019

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    • Sat - Georgia v Rep.Ireland - Away Win
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    • Sat - Denmark v Switzerland - Draw
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    • Sun - Slovenia v Austria - Draw
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    • Sun - Wales v Croatia - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 12th October

Georgia v Republic of Ireland  – Away Win

The Republic earned a narrow 1-0 win over Georgia in the home game between the teams earlier in the year, so this does promise to be another tough afternoon for the Irish. Georgia do have some quality players and they have given some top sides a real scare over the years. However, I do feel that they are lacking a little in attack and they do struggle for goals. They can be tough to break down, as can the Irish, and as such I see this being a very tight game perhaps decided by a single goal, just like the first game was in Dublin. For me, Ireland have the edge when it comes to quality and experience at the highest levels and although that experience advantage is slight, it could well be crucial, so I am backing the Irish to earn a vital away win here to give themselves a huge chance of winning this group. And they will also be keeping a close eye on events

Denmark v Switzerland – Draw

The other game in Group D pits Denmark against Switzerland which both sides will view as a must not lose game and certainly one that they would like to win. With things so close in the group, a win for Switzerland could put them top, a win for Denmark could put them top but if the game ends in a draw, or Ireland win, then the Irish will be top. These two teams are very similar, talented but based on a solid defence. I think that the Danes have slightly more firepower and it is going to be interesting to see if Shaqiri ends his self-imposed exile for the Swiss, or indeed if he is fit enough to play having missed the last few Liverpool games through injury. The Danes being at home should give them an edge but this Swiss team is so tough to beat and I am backing them for the draw here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 13th October

Slovenia v Austria – Draw

Both of these teams are tracking Poland in Group G and it is fair to say that the outcome of this game will likely decide who finishes behind the Poles, or possibly even challenges them to win the group. Austria had a slot start in the group phase but have won three of their last four, drawing the other, while Slovenia have won all of their last three to also bounce back after a slow start. Slovenia have home advantage and I would argue a slightly better side technically, but I feel that Austria have the better individual players and it may well be a moment of brilliance from one of them that keeps them in this game. These are two well-matched sides and as a result I can see this one ending up all square.

Wales v Croatia – Away Win

Wales come into this game fourth in Group E but with a game in hand on the teams above them but knowing that only a win will keep them realistically in with a chance of overhauling those above them to put themselves in genuine contention to qualify from the group. They face a Croatia side that have had some really mixed results of late and who look a pale imitation of the side that were World Cup Finalists in Russia back in 2018. They still have plenty of quality in the team though and that worries me as Wales are so reliant on Bale and Ramsey. That Wales defence looks fragile and unfortunately, I can see the Croatian midfielders and wide players picking them apart to claim the win.

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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