Football Accumulator Betting Tips – 26th July
The English football league is drawing ever closer but in the meantime punters can get their fix from betting on a number of Europe’s lesser divisions.
This Saturday’s accumulator tip comes from action in Norway, Finland and Russia. With a payout of over 17/2, it’s gotta be worth a shot.
Sandnes V Stromsgodset
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Norwegian side Stromsgodset suffered a rare home defeat last week and will be thankful that this Saturday’s fixture sees them face rock-bottom Sandnes.
Stromsgodset aren’t fantastic on the road by any stretch and have won just two of their eight away matches so far. However, one of those did come in their last trip – a 1-0 win over Brann. They additionally beat Sandnes at home just three week ago.
The visitors are definitely the superior side and in Peter Kovacs also boast one of the Tippeligaen’s most prolific strikers. One of the main threats to this selection is that Stromsgodset could suffer fatigue from the midweek trip to Romania. However, this shouldn’t be a telling issue against the worst team in the division.
Despite conceding early, Molde still claimed a 3-1 victory over Sandnes last weekend. Stromsgodset should compound the hosts’ misery here.
Stromsgodset Win @ 19/20 with William Hill
CSKA Moscow V Rostov
The Russian Super Cup sees league champions CSKA Moscow raise the curtain on a new season by facing cup winners Rostov at the Stadion Kuban in Krasnodar.
Rostov may have won the cup but in the league they finished 25 adrift of their weekend opponents and that gulf in quality should show here. CSKA took four points from the head-to-head meetings last term and Leonid Slutsky’s side will be ultimately confident of lifting the first trophy of 2014/15 here.
CSKA ended last season in emphatic style, winning each of their final 10 league games, and will be aiming to continue that great form into Saturday’s showdown in order to build momentum of the Premier League opener against city rivals Torpedo.
Both sides may be a little rusty heading into this one but it is CSKA who should cope better and we’re backing the champions to add another piece of silverware to the trophy cabinet here.
CSKA Moscow Win @ 13/20 with William Hill
Jaro V Seinajoen JK
Our final selection comes from Finland and we are backing SJK to bounce back from last week’s disappointing loss to league leaders HJK in style against Jaro.
SJK may have seen their slim title hopes ended with that 2-0 loss, which signalled their third straight match without a victory, but Simo Valakari’s side can get back to winning ways here. Last year’s Ykkonen champions have taken to life in the top division like ducks to water and are well poised to secure qualification for the Europa League in their maiden Veikkausliiga voyage.
Sixth-placed Jaro will take inspiration from their 1-0 win in May’s reverse fixture but, like SJK, they aren’t in the best form heading into this crucial fixture. A 5-0 win over lowly Honka was Jaro’s first win seven attempts and they could come crashing back to earth against their superior opponents.
Jaro have won less than half of their league matches at Jakobstads Centralplan and, while SJK don’t boast a strong away record, the visitors can be quietly confident. The price is definitely generous, which is why it is included in this week’s treble.
SJK Win @ 2/1 with William Hill
A £10 treble returns £96.52 with William Hill