Perhaps our 7-fold Premier League Acca on Boxing Day was just a little too ambitious!
Turning 10 pounds into over 5,000 pounds is a Christmas miracle that just didn’t come off for us, but we will just jump right back on the saddle with Premier League games coming thick and fast.
Over the Christmas period, we have teamed up with WantMyBet, to feature some of the best accumulators around.
WantMyBet, is an innovative social network that enables people to search and discover the latest bets from tipsters around the world. From pub punters to professional gamblers, the site allows anyone to share their top tips with people who fancy a flutter.
The good folk at WantMyBet have also provided a competition for users of 101 Great Goals, where the best accumulator tip between now and January 3, 2016, will win £500!
We have jumped onto the very user friendly and slick WantMyBet platform to pick what we think looks a guaranteed 5-Fold Boxing Day Accumulator which could bag a whopping 5,000 pound windfall.
The Accumulator is shown below.
Here is our thinking for the results:
Norwich to beat Aston Villa: Carrow Road will be fully aware of just what a key game this is and you suspect the Canaries held back a little at White Hart Lane to make sure they were ready for rock bottom Villa. The Remi Garde new manager bounce has yet to kick in and Villa will need an incredlble January transfer window to avoid what looks to be an inevitable drop.
West Brom to defeat Newcastle: Tony Pulis was bitterly disappointed with the 1-0 loss at Swansea and West Brom have been strong at home this season. Newcastle will surely also be deflated by Tom Cleverley’s late late winner for Everton and have little time to psychologically recover.
Southampton to win at West Ham: The Hammers are in a serious trough and have not won since the end of October. Dimitri Payet can not return from injury quick enough. Saints meanwhile will be buoyed by their 4-0 rout of Arsenal, secured thanks to the twin pace threat of Shane Long and Sadio Mane, who could well breach a tiring West Ham defence.
Arsenal to beat Bournemouth: This would hardly be a huge surprise whatever the circumstances. The Gunners will be desperate to regain some pride in front of their own supporters and can go top ahead of Leicester v Manchester City on Tuesday night. Bournemouth tired towards the end of their 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace and simply don’t have enough quality for two games in three days.
Chelsea to win at Manchester United: If Louis van Gaal is still in charge of Manchester United at kick off there is only one winner. Even against a Chelsea side that has struggled all season.