The All Action Acca: A 20/1 Weekend Treble

The All Action Acca: A 20/1 Weekend Treble

Each week we combine the best bets from our league specialists and create an acca across Serie A, Ligue 1 and La Liga.

 

Lens Vs Strasbourg

Fri 7th 20:00 GMT

Dermot gets the acca up and running with a hot home favourite. Lens are flying high and should steamroll a hapless Strasbourg. Le Racing have shipped at least 2 goals in 8 of their last 10 away matches in Ligue 1 even if their goals scored rate is decent. Lens on the other hand have only conceded 10 at home all season whilst averaging just over 2 goals scored per game at Stade Bollaert-Delelis.

Click here to read the rest of Dermot’s French Fancies and Ligue 1 bets.

Atalanta v Bologna

Sat 8th Apr 18:00

Enzo tells us Atalanta are not playing particularly well despite being firmly in the running to finish in the top four. Bologna are enjoying a fine second half of the season and have a real shot at European football next year. Their brand of football may not set the world alight but Thiago Motta has transformed the side into one that is very difficult to defeat and since mid January they have only been bested twice (W6 D3 L2).

Click here to read the rest of Enzo’s Insights and Serie A bets.

Rayo Vallecano v Atlético Madrid

Sun 09 Apr 20:00

Vallecano’s recent form has Savage concerned. No wins in their last 7 (W0 D5 L2) is a worrying trend but their fixtures have tended to be tight affairs. Only 7 of the matches to date have been decided by more than 1 goal. With the arrival of their local rivals Atleti that is unlikely to change too drastically. That being said Madrid are the form team in the league and are unbeaten in 11 (W8 D3 L0). 

Click here to read the rest of Savage’s La Liga Lowdown and Primera División bets.

 

Smart Bets

Lens Vs Strasbourg: Lens to win -1 @ 13/10 (2 pt win)

Rayo Vallecano v Atlético Madrid: Atlético and Under 2.5 @ 13/5

Atalanta v Bologna: Double Chance Draw/Bologna @ 6/5

The above in a treble is a little under 20/1

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