Banker Accumulator Bet Sat 12th May – Lack Of Games No Problem With Quality Selections
While there is a drastically smaller fixture list to the one we are used to on a Saturday afternoon due to most elite European Leagues finishing last week, there are still some quality banker selections for our Saturday fourfold. There is also the added bonus that we have a full Sunday Premiership coupon to look forward to, and hopefully we can get a nice win today to increase our bank for tomorrow!
Sparta Prague v Budejovice 4.30pm (Czech Gambrinus League)
Sparta Prague have already qualified for next seasons Europa League, and will be guaranteed of finishing either third or fourth in the Czech Premier Liga.
They will however be going for the win, as 3 points would possibly make them leapfrog Viktoria Plzen into the runners up spot depending what result they manage to get.
Sparta have a good home record this season, with just 4 losses. They run a very tight defence at home, and 10th placed Budejovice shouldn’t have too much in reply.
Budejovice have won just 2 games on their travels this term and chalked up just 9 goals on the road.
Padova v Gubbio 2.00pm (Italy Serie B)
Another game that essentially means nothing, but relegated Gubbio have been poor all season, and should have no chance against 7th placed Padova who have much more ability tha their opponents.
Gubbio have lost 14 of their 19 away games this season, although they did manage to beat today’s opponents 1-0 in the reverse fixture played back in December.
Padova narrowly missed out on the play-offs, but should finish the season on a high note against a team that will be playing their football in the third tier next term.
Rio Ave v Porto 6.30pm (Portugal Primeira Liga)
Porto have already been crowned as champions of Portugal, but will be looking to end the season with a bang as they visit lowly Rio Ave for their final game .
Rio Ave are 4 points vlear of the relegation zone going into their final match, and have had a very disappointing season. With just 28 points from their 29 games so far, Porto should enjoy more away success which has seen them win 9 and lose just 1 of their 14 away league games.
Real Betis v Barcelona 9.00pm (Spanish Primera Liga)
Barcelona weren’t able to catch Real Madrid and defend their league title from last season, but they should please their fans with a win over Real Betis in their final game before the summer break.
Barcelona haven’t been at their imperious best for the last month or so, but they should have it in them to beat a very average Betis side that occupy 12th position.
Barca disposed of their opponents with the minimum of fuss in the reverse fixture at the Nou Camp back in January, beating Betis 4-2, with Leo Messi netting a brace, as well as Xavi and Sanchez hitting the target.
Sparta Prague 1/3