The All Action Acca: A 21/1 Fourfold To Get Your Teeth Into

The All Action Acca: A 21/1 Fourfold To Get Your Teeth Into

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

 

Verona v Napoli

Sat 21st Oct 14:00

Victor Osimhen has been ruled out for up to a month after picking up a thigh injury on international duty and it falls to Giovanni Simeone to step in and fill the gaping hole. Cholito has an excellent record for Napoli on the few occasions he has been called upon so Enzo thinks that he will make the most of a rare start and get on the scoresheet.

Charlton v Reading

Sat 21st Oct 15:00

Gaz has a League One “gimme” this week when Charlton take on Reading. Neither side has won on the road but at home Charlton are a different kettle of fish. Reading on the other hand have conceded 13 and only scored 4 on their travels so a comfortable home win beckons.

Chelsea v Arsenal

Sat 21 Oct 17:30

A London derby takes centre stage in the Premier League and LB fancies Arsenal to get the upper-hand over Chelsea who he feels are still a work in progress.

Lyon v Clermont Foot

Sun 22 Oct 19:45

In a clash of two struggling sides Dermo thinks that Lyon have too much for Clermont and will emerge victorious. Lyon are not quite in the “too good to go down” category but they do have quality in the likes of Lacazette and Rayan Cherki  which should see them over the line.

The All Action Acca

Verona v Napoli: Giovanni Simeone anytime scorer @ 2/1

Charlton v Reading : Charlton Win @ 4/5

Chelsea v Arsenal: Arsenal win @ 13/10

Lyon v Clermont Foot: Lyon to win @ 4/5

The above in an acca at a little over 21/1

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