The Premier League returns this weekend, and after what was a fairly boring few days of international football, it’s return is very welcome.
With all of the home domestic, and European domestic leagues back in action, there are plenty of options for our weekend football accumulator bets. Starting the weekend’s action on Saturday lunchtime is Chelsea V Leicester, and this is where the potential footy accumulator banana skins start.
Chelsea might well be one of the main selections this weekend, as at a general 8/13, there is a good chance they will pop up on a lot of punters coupons – especially when you compare it to Arsenal, who are 2/7.
The problem with this selection is that it could blow your coupon before the 3pm kick offs have even started.
Chelsea may well stuff Leicester tomorrow, after all the Foxes have been in average form at best so far this season, but could you take a chance on the (London) Blues this weekend?
For a start off, is all okay in the camp? Where did the rumours that Antonio Conte was set to leave or be sacked on Thursday come from? The Italian was backed in from 33/1 on Thursday morning, and was as short as 6/4 with Paddy Power, when the Irish bookmaker decided to suspend betting.
A story or rumour must of materialized from somewhere to spark the betting frenzy. And in general, stories or rumours like this will only leak out of clubs were things aren’t going well.
The other potential banana skin on your acca this weekend is Manchester City. Pep’s men are a decent looking 1/2 to beat Everton, and at those odds, they will also probably end up on a lot of coupons. It’s not very often you will see City at these sort of odds when at home.
City have struggled in their last two matches, losing at Spurs last time in the Premier League. They also play Barcelona in the Champions League on Wednesday, so they may well have their focus elsewhere.
City also started off in a similar vein last season, and then quickly fell away, and it’s worth remembering that the majority of these players are the same ones who couldn’t be much bothered under previous boss Manuel Pellegrini last season.
Chelsea and Manchester City may well win convincingly tomorrow, but there is an element of risk with both in my opinion.
You may well want to use a bookmaker offering Acca Insurance for your weekend acca bet if you’re including either Chelsea or City, or you could just use the Accumulator Generator betting system, which will make you money, whether your acca wins or loses.
Accumulator Generator is a proven football betting system that places acca bets in a way that means you won’t lose. It shows you how to place your acca bet, then cover it so that it breaks even, and then hopes to pick up a free bet under the terms of acca insurance offers, and it’s from these free bets that the Accumulator Generator Betting System makes its money.