Accumulator Banker Sunday 6th May – A Tasty Fourfold
With a pretty much full Premier League fixture list for today as well as plenty of Italian Serie A games, we’ve got more choice than usual for a Sunday accumulator, and I’ve decided to push the boat out and go for a fourtimer today.
Although swamped with domestic choices, my first selection actually comes from the Dutch Eredivisie, and is my strongest choice for today’s bet.
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Excelsior v PSV Eindhoven 1.30pm
Excelsior sit rock bottom of the Dutch Eredivisie with just 19 points from 33 games. Their only hope now is that they win here and hope that other results go their way in order for them to get in to the relegation play-off rather than finish bottom and go sown automatically.
PSV will be going all out for a win in order to finish in 2nd place in the league and earn a Champions League spot for next season. Ajax are already champions, making the battle for 2nd between Feyenoord and PSV.
PSV should have far too much class for Excelsior. Both teams will be going at it hammer and tongs, and it’s likely to be a very high scoring game, but PSV should grab the 3 points easily enough.
Manchester United v Swansea 4.00pm
It’s do or die time for Mancheater United now, and I can’t see them getting anything other than 3 points at Old Trafford today.
Swansea have really opened the floodgates recently, and are not the tight defensive unit of a few months ago, which is expected, considering they have hit their target of survival in the Premier League.
Anything less than a win for United will be disastrous, and it’s not often that Alex Ferguson’s side lose two league games in a row.
FC Copenhagen v OB Odense 5.00pm
Copenhagen sit top of the league on 61 points, but have Nordsjealland breathing down their necks with just goal difference separating them after 30 games.
OB Odense are battling against relegation and will find it extremely tough to get anything out of this game today. It’s been 10 games since they last took maximum points, and Copenhagen beat them with ease in the reverse fixture played in October(3-1).
It’s also worth noting that OB haven’t beaten Copenhagen away from home in the league since 2003.
Aston Villa v Tottenham 2.00pm
I’m siding with Tottenham here as I was very impressed with the nature of their win against Bolton at the Reebok in midweek. It’s true that Spurs had been struggling for points and goals on their travels up until that point, but they looked much more of a team unit against Bolton, and were enjoying their football.
Aston Villa are a stagnating team if ever I’ve seen one. There is nothing about them at present which would make you want to back them against any other opposition in the Premier League. Alec McCleish knows his job is in danger, and it’s just a matter of time before the board get rid of him.
After Arsenal’s slip up at home to Norwich yesterday, Spurs have the incentive of knowing they will overtake their rivals into 3rd spot in the league if they collect 3 points here. That in itself is enough to convince me that Tottenham can win this game.