Football Accumulator Tips: 18/1 Premier League Acca for Super Sunday
There is a plethora of football taking place across Europe on Sunday and we’ve picked out our favourite picks and have bundled them into an accumulator. It’s three selections that have caught our eye on Saturday and combining the three currently pays best with Paddy Power or Betfair at 18/1.
We are kicking-off our treble on Sunday over in Germany where Union Berlin take on Borussia Monchengladbach. No player has scored more goals in the German top-flight this season than Gladbach’s Marcus Thuram who leads the way with eight, along with Christopher Nkunku and Niclas Fullkrug.
Thuram has registered 2+ shots on target in every game this season, but with just 2/11 on show with bet365 for that selection, we feel the more appropriate bet in this game is for him to find the net, with 9/4 on show from several firms. Thuram’s eight goals have arrived in just 11 league appearances this season and although Sunday’s opponents sit top of the table, Gladbach have scored just as many goals with 19 and Thuram can get on the scoresheet once again in Berlin.
Granit Xhaka is currently producing some of the best football of his career and for the second leg of this treble we are backing him to score or be carded. Last weekend Xhaka scored his first-ever right-footed goal for the Gunners, opening the scoring against Southampton. That was his fourth in all competitions this season and it’s clear to see that he is taking up a much more attacking role in this season’s system that has been deployed by Mikel Arteta.
Of course, Xhaka will always be one of the most popular picks when it comes to players being carded. The Swiss International was shown 10 yellows and a red in the Premier League last season and has already amassed five cautions across all competitions this campaign. Paddy Power go 9/5 for him to score or be carded on Sunday, a price which looks very generous considering his recent goal-scoring exploits.
The third and final selection here comes in the 4:30pm kick-off in the Premier League with Manchester United taking on West Ham at Old Trafford. Here we are siding with Bruno Fernandes to score or be carded. Without Ronaldo in the side, Fernandes is now taking up more attacking positions again, and that’s shown by his shot data with his last five matches including totals of, 5,2,6,2,2. It’s also worth noting that with no Ronaldo, Fernandes will now be back on penalty duty, increasing his chances of finding the net.
Only three players in the whole league were shown more yellow cards than Bruno Fernands last season who managed to hit double figures with 10. A player who shows real petulance at times and can often be stuck in a referee’s ear, Bruno has already been shown four yellows in just 11 league appearances this term, and we wouldn’t be surprised to see that roll over to five on Sunday.
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