Football Accumulator Tips: 152/1 card treble for Saturday's Premier League fixtures
With European football making a triumphant return to the midweek calendar, footballing action continues to come thick and fast with domestic priorities once again in focus over a busy weekend.
We've set our sights on landing a huge winner this weekend and have looked to three names from three of Saturday's Premier League fixtures to deliver it for us.
If you're a small stakes-large price punter, you won't want to miss it...
Football Accumulator Tips
The early kick-off between Aston Villa and Arsenal is where proceedings begin. Lucas Digne is set to be in for another difficult afternoon when facing live wire Bukayo Saka down Arsenal's right-hand flank.
England's bright youngster is almost always involved when it comes to Arsenal producing the goods. He's been an instrumental part of their title challenging season, posing a real puzzle for opposition defences to solve week in, week out.
This is only underlined by his overall and recent numbers for fouls drawn, where Saka has being brought down 37 times in 22 Premier League appearances - a tally only bettered by 10 players in the division.
Over the last six outings, the 21-year-old has forced the opposition to foul him 16 times, which is exactly the type of solution we saw multiple countries implement in December when facing him at the World Cup.
On to Lucas Digne himself, despite Alex Moreno's January purchase from Real Betis by Unai Emery, Digne has mostly retained his place as Villa's first choice left back when fit.
The Frenchman's commitment should never be faltered, but his tackling accuracy is open to questioning. It took him only 37 first half minutes to enter the referee's book at the Etihad last Sunday, where he committed three fouls before being punished.
He could also count himself lucky to not have been penalised between Villa and Arsenal's earlier meeting at the Emirates in August, committing three fouls again, but this time escaping any consequences.
For a player who has been booked three times and is never too far away from another caution, the 5/1 is simply too good to ignore; especially when there's quite a bit of value to be had between 10Bet's price and someone like BoyleSports, who have him at only 10/3.
Next to go under the microscope is Everton's Vitaliy Mykolenko. Under Sean Dyche's fresh tenure, the Ukrainian left-back is being deployed as a hitman of sorts.
The 23-year-old fits the mould of a Dyche player in many ways: tenacious, passionate, aggressive and a keen listener, while possessing maybe more quality than a lot of the manager's former personnel.
In the two outings the former Burnley boss has taken charge of so far, Vitaliy has committed a whopping seven fouls! He was booked against Arsenal for the three fouls he performed, but somehow slipped under the radar for any of the four mistimed challenges executed vs Liverpool.
With Leeds' visit to Goodison Park, you'd be hard pressed to find a more important game for either side at the moment. This is a real relegation six pointer if ever you saw one, and a win for Eveton or Leeds could be monumental to their survival chances come May.
The away team have a number of different options that they have deployed down that right flank recently - Luis Sinisterra, Crysencio Summerville or Sam Greenwood - all of which can cause similar direct problems for Mykolenko on Saturday.
Last but not least is Fulham's Bobby Reid, who completes this trio of players to be carded. In the singles market, Reid poses a 18/5 shot, but when combined with the previous two names, he forms an enormous 152/1 treble with Unibet!
Fulham's utility man wouldn't traditionally be the first name you'd pick out in this market, but his stats more than support the thesis of his poor discipline.
Reid has racked up seven yellow cards from 22 Premier League games this term, making 31 fouls during this time.
The wide man duly accepts the defensive duties required from him by Marco Silva, making him quite a standout candidate for bookings this campaign.
In just his last three matches, the Bristol-born attacker has had play stopped on seven occasions for his ill-timed tackles. And in Brighton on Saturday, he faces a wealth of attackers primed to exploit any lapse in concentration inside Roberto De Zerbi's well drilled unit.
The Seagulls will offer a strong test to the Cottagers this weekend, and between Fulham's high press and Reid's willingness to defend, there are plenty of opportunities for the referee to caution his antics.