24/1 Premier League Accumulator Lands!
What a great start to March for our Football analysts! First weekend in and they have aced their Premier League predictions and landed a 24/1 Premier League Accumulator!
24/1 PREMIER LEAGUE ACCUMULATOR LANDS!
Man City round off the acca with a 1-0 win over Chelsea!
Absolutely buzzing lads!!!!
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— Football Super Tips (@FootySuperTips) March 4, 2018
First up was Spurs at home to Huddersfield, our analysts predicted a straight forward Tottenham win here at Wembley and they duly obliged through a Son brace. He was on for a very strange hat-trick after scoring in the 27th and 54th minute however was substituted in the 70th minute, meaning he could not complete his hat-trick in the 81st minute, much to the disappointment of Jeff Stelling!
Next up were Watford, we wanted them to beat a beleaguered West Brom side who look destined for the drop. It was a high quality affair from both sides with neutrals unable to tell who was the side at the foot of the table however West Brom’s lack of striking power cost them as they failed to score once again. Watford huffed and puffed and finally managed to blow the West Bromwich defence down as Troy Deeney bagged an excellent goal from the edge of the area.
The last 3pm game in our accumulator was the biggest priced yet the easiest winner. Our analysts couldn’t work out why Swansea were priced as big as 8/5 pre-match and the bookies got this one badly wrong! Swansea went into half time 2-0 up with the Hammers looking awful and without much of a clue. The excellent Swans didn’t slow down in the second half either as they scored twice more through Andy King and a penalty from Jordan Ayew. West Ham managed to get a late goal but it proved just a consolation as Swansea held on and shot up the table. An impressive start to Carlos Carvajal’s reign at the Liberty Stadium, and an equally impressive post match interview.
Evening kick off next as the best Premier League team of 2018 Liverpool took on a relegation threatened Newcastle side. Our analysts predicted a straight forward Liverpool win and whilst the game looked easy it was far from it. Liverpool took the lead in the 40th minute thanks to the signing of the summer Mo Salah, but for all their dominance Newcastle were not out of the game however on the 55th minute the Reds got some breathing space as Mane slotted home with a lovely finish to double Liverpool’s lead.
Next up was the early Super Sunday game as Brighton took on Arsenal and again our analysts were baffled by Arsenal’s price, being priced odds on by the majorities of bookmakers pre-match. This, an Arsenal side who had picked up just 13 points from their 14 away games against a Brighton side who have been excellent at home, picking up 21 points in their 14 home games. 21 became 24 as they got off to a flyer at the Amex, Lewis Dunk, who’s more used to scoring in his own net recently with 4 own goals this season slammed home from close range after Cech was beaten at his far post. Glenn Murray doubled Brighton’s lead shortly after thanks to a sumptuous ball from the amazing Pascal Gross, heading home although Peter Cech would have expected to have done better. Aubemeyang hit back just before half time and Arsenal could have gone in to half time 2-2 as a Koscielny header deflected off Dunk and hit the beans on toast. Arsenal improved greatly in the second half but couldnt find an equaliser. 2-1 to Brighton and onto the final game
Last up was Manchester City’s clash against the current Premier League champions Chelsea and a highly anticipated clash was ruined by Chelsea’s “anti-football” game plan. Conte set his team up to defend for the full 90, he didn’t start a striker and Chelsea lumped long balls up to Hazard for the majority of the match. Naturally this made them hard to break down despite the massive possession difference but shortly after half time Aguero fed Silva in on the edge of the back and the Spanish magician fizzed a great ball across the box and Bernardo met it at the back post bundling it home past a sprawling Courtouis. Even 1-0 down Chelsea offered very little and practically handed Man City the game. City won 1-0, extended their lead to 18 points and landed our 24/1 Premier League Accumulator
— stephen prince (@stephenprince2) March 4, 2018
I made a slight change and put Liverpool and spurs to win and over 1.5 goals … Do covers the other tips last few days 🙂 pic.twitter.com/0SJ1tJvsdM
— Jp Hennessy (@JpHennessy1) March 4, 2018