Football Accumulator Tips: 60/1 Acca for the final day of the Premier League season
The final round of Premier League fixtures take place on Sunday with all 20 teams kicking off at 4:30pm. The main focus of the afternoon will be on the teams involved in the relegation battle and our three selections in our Acca on Sunday arrive from these key matches. It’s three players to be carded that we have opted for and when combined they pay 60/1 with Unibet or BetUK.
Sunday Acca Tips
Leeds head into the final day 19th in the table and must beat Tottenham and also hope that other results go their way. Weston McKennie may have only made 18 league appearances for Leeds since his arrival in January but no member of the squad has collected more yellow cards.
In total, McKennie has been cautioned seven times in just 15 top-flight starts. I still expect the Leeds crowd to be as raucous as usual and based on his disciplinary record so far and the must-win nature of this game, we think the 3/1 on offer for him to be carded holds some value on Sunday.
Everton are in the strongest position of the three sides fighting for survival on Matchday 38, and they need to win, or hope that both Leicester and Leeds fail to get three points. The Toffees face Bournemouth at Goodison Park and are priced as short as 4/9 with some betting sites to get the win.
Amadou Onana is the man we fancy to collect a card here. The Belgian midfielder leads the way for Everton this season when it comes to card-collecting with nine in the Premier League as well as one in his only start in the FA Cup. Everton’s future is in their own hands and it would be no surprise to see plenty of cynical tackles to protect their advantage.
Leicester City need to beat West Ham at the King Power and also hope that Everton do not beat Bournemouth. The Foxes are one place above Leeds on goal difference but remain in the drop zone heading into the final day.
The final pick for our acca on Sunday is Boubakary Soumare who has been shown four yellow cards in his last six matches. Looking back to the start of the season, the Frenchman has made 25 appearances and has racked up nine yellow cards. With West Ham players wary of getting injured for the Europa Conference League final, this looks an ideal opponent for Leicester and hopefully Soumare can pick up his tenth yellow of the campaign to bring us some final day joy.