Football Accumulator Betting Tips – 21st June
The highlight of this Saturday’s action clearly comes from Brazil as the World Cup continues with three more crucial group matches.
With combined selections in two of thiose matches, along with one domestic game from Belarus, to bring you this weekend’s 4/1 treble.
Naftan V Neman Grodno. 3PM
One of the few domestic leagues to still be in action is the Belarussian Premier Division and third-placed Naftan will be aiming for a vital three points against Neman Grodno.
The home side have started the season really well and are particularly strong at the Stadyen Atlant, where they are yet to lose a single game. Another win here would see them close the gap to BATE Borisov to just two points.
Neman Grodno are actually pretty good on their travels, picking up more points on the road than they have at home. Nevertheless, they enter this weekend’s fixture on the back of a disappointing defeat to Dinamo Minsk and we thnk they could endure a similarly difficult afternoon here.
After just 13 games, Naftan hold a nine-point lead over Saturday’s opponents. We’re backing them to extend that to twelve.
Naftan Win @ 21/20 with William Hill
Germany V Ghana. 8PM
In Group G of the World Cup, Germany can seal their place in the last 16 with a game to spare as they take on Ghana in Fortaleza.
The Germans were totally dominant in their opening game blitz of Portugal and if Joachim Low’s men play to that same standard here then there will be only one outcome.
Conversely, having suffered a bitterly disappointing loss to USA, Ghana simply must avoid defeat if they want to keep their hopes of reaching the last 16 alive.
Unfortunately for the Black Stars, they are unlikely to be be afforded any mercy by the Europeans.
Joachim Low has the difficult decision of whether to play Miroslav Klose, who is just two shy of breaking the World Cup goal record, or Thomas Mueller – the Bayern Munich star scored the tournament’s first hat-trick against Portugal. Either way, Germany will boast a real attacking threat from start to finish.
The Germans are one of the most consistently efficient teams on the international scene, we expect them to pick up another three points.
Germany Win @ 3/10 with William Hill
Nigeria V Bosnia. 11PM
In the late kick-off, Bosnia and Nigeria do battle in Curitiba. This is a huge game in Group F and the winner will be established as the clear favourites to join Argentina in the last 16.
Bosnia may have lost their first ever World Cup match last Sunday night, but their performance against Argentina will provide a huge source of optimism for Safet Sumic’s men and the European side will be confident of beating the African Cup of Nations winners here.
With the likes of Edin Dzeko, Miralem Pjanic and Zvjezdan Misimovic amongst their ranks, Bosnia certainly have the firepower to trouble the Nigerian defence. Meanwhile, goalkeeper Asmir Begovic will provide a firm guard at the other end.
As for Nigeria, they will be disappointed with their matchday one draw against Iran and that result is probably going to prevent them from reaching the latter stages. Assuming that Bosnia will beat Iran in their final game, Stephen Keshi’s side know they must win Saturday’s showdown if they are going to have any realistic chance of reaching the knockouts.
The Superv Eagles are really lacking in the final third, though, and their inability to convert chances could be their Achilles’ heel here.
Bosnia boast a better quality of player and are also in a slightly better position than their opponents heading into this one. They should be able to assert their superiority with a win.
Bosnia Win @ 10/11 with William Hill
A £10 treble returns £50.87