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Cheltenham Accumulator Tips – Day Two 50/1 Acca

Day two of the Cheltenham Festival is here, and if you’re looking for something at big odds on the second day of the meeting, then we’ve got a huge 50/1 acca lined up for the day.

Our bet has four selections, two to win and two to place, should they all hit the mark, then odds of 50/1 are on offer, at the advised prices below.

Cheltenham Acca Tips – Day Two Wednesday 15th March

  • Gerri Colombe – 5/4 (Cheltenham 2:10pm)
  • Langer Dan to place (4 places) – 11/4 (Cheltenham 2:50pm)
  • Edwardstone – 6/4 (Cheltenham 3:30pm)
  • Fact To File to place (3 places) – 11/8 (Cheltenham 5:30pm)

Gerri Colombe

A horse who still remains unbeaten, which is made even better by the fact he’s won two Grade One novice chase races on his last two starts. He’s been over the England before, and won with ease against some of the best that the UK has to offer, when landing the Scilly Isles at Sandown. The step up in trip here should not only suit, but should bring out more improvement, this star is set to shine and get the acca underway.

Langer Dan to Place

Langer Dan has been to the Cheltenham Festival for the past two seasons, and was strongly fancied. He was second on his first attempt, then was brought down last year when favourite. He won nicely at Aintree last April, but is still on a nice mark, and comes here looking to make it third time lucky. Has some excellent form in the book, and with a bit of luck, can at least place here.


The feature race on the day looks a cracker, with Edwardstone being the clear pick. His win in the Tingle Creek was one of the best two mile performances we’ve seen recently, a repeat of that would be more than enough here. Was only second last time, but is expected to strip fitter for that, and of those at the top of the market, he is the one with the fewest questions to answer.

Fact To File to Place

We round the acca off in the final race, where Fact To File is fancied to place in the bumper. On debut he showed he was going to be a stayer, last time out he was second in what turned into a sprint. The softer ground here, plus the Cheltenham hill, is expected to bring his stamina into play a lot more here, he should be staying on late up the hill better than most, to get in the first three.


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Craig Jones

I'm probably best described as a genuine old fashioned punter, who manages to blend that experience with the latest developments in the gambling industry. From filling out my first ever football coupon in the smoke filled local betting office, I've come a long way. Alongside 20+ years betting myself, I've been a gambling writer for over a decade now, focusing on the biggest news stories, reviewing the latest brands, and being excited about new technology and ways to bet. I remember when gambling ended at 3pm on a Saturday, before the days of in-play betting and TV companies deciding when games kick off. But the betting landscape is now much better. For almost everyone, it doesn't matter what you want, or when you want it, there will be a bookmaker out there offering it. Sadly, I wasn't one of the millions who apparently backed Leicester to win the Premier League, but I dined out on Kauto Star's Gold Cup record on many occasions. Throw in the Denver Broncos on a Sunday night, and a Barnsley FC season ticket, and you can see my personal choices are not always right, but I do try.

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