After a busy week of European football we return to the domestic action this weekend for our banker accumulator tip, and there is some great value to be had this Saturday.
At first glance there were three games that really stuck out as bankers at nice odds which when put together promise a great return should it be successful.
Here is my bets bet for Saturday 22nd September:
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Chelsea v Stoke City 3.00pm Odds – 4/11
Stoke are well known for their heroics at The Brittania Stadium when they face the big boys of the Premier League, but they are the complete opposite when it comes to facing them away from home.
Stoke have already prevented Arsenal and Manchester City taking all the points on home term this term, but they lost 5 of their 6 road games against last seasons top 6 teams, and Chelsea can take full advantage here.
The Blues will be disappointed at letting a two goal lead slip against Juventus in the Champions League on Wednesday, but they should bounce back here with no problems.
Notts County v Portsmouth 3.00pm Odds – 8/13
Notts County have picked up 14 points in 7 games so far this season, and should be able to improve on that tally when poor Portsmouth visit Meadow Lane.
County are undefeated in their last 5 in all competitions, knocking in 2 goals per game on average over that period. Portsmouth have lost their last two games (1-2 Walsall, 1-2 Swindon), and shouldn’t be able to prevent an in-form county grabbing all 3 points.
SV Hamburg v Borussia Dortmund 2.30pm Odds – 8/13
Hamburg are yet to earn a point in their 3 games played and they sit at the very bottom of the German Bundesliga. Losses to Eintracht Frankfurt, Werder Bremen and Nurnberg have been extremely disappointing considering Hamburg can normally be relied upon for goals. They have managed just 1 so far this season.
Current champions Dortmund are once again looking a top class team. Undefeated on 7 points in the league, and playing good possession football to beat Ajax 1-0 in the Champions League during midweek.
Dortmund’s last visit to the Imtech Arena resulted in a 5-1 victory over Hamburg last season, and I’m expecting them to take the points once again.