Our Saturday football accumulator is an 11/2 treble that comes courtesy of selections from all…
Europe’s major football leagues are still a month away, but there’s still plenty of action to seek our teeth into across the continent’s lesser leagues. We’re looking to take advantage on Saturday with this straight win accumulator.
We’re backing three clubs to all get the win. With odds of just over 3/1, it’s got to be worth a crack.
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Lanskrona Bois V Qviding. 3PM
Sweden’s third tier has been a hotbed for drama in the opening half of this campaign and we’re expecting that to continue at the Landskrona Idrottsplats as Landskrona take on Qviding.
The hosts are in fantastic form, picking up 13 points from the last five matches. Zvezdan Milosevic’s men might only lead their opponents by one point, but that recent record has got to give them confidence, especially when strike duo Darko Lukanovic and Andrew Stadler already boast 10 goals this term.
Qviding have picked up just four points from the last available 15, and are also conceding a lot of goals on the road. Bosco Orovic’s men have enough talent to cause problems, but the momentum is definitely with the hosts and that could prove to be crucial.
It was goalless when the sides last met back in April, but we can’t see the visitors keeping a clean sheet away from home.
[quote_center]Lanskrona Bois Win @ 8/11 with Betfred[/quote_center]
Valerenga V Sandefjord. 5PM
Kjetil Rekdal’s Valerenga have started the Tippeligaen season in fantastic form and enter this weekend’s fixtures sitting third in the table. The hosts will be fully expected to continue their impressive start with three points against rock-bottom Sandefjord.
The visitors have claimed three consecutive league draws, but a return of 8 points from a possible 45 will have the alarm bells ringing. Even more worryingly, they’ve picked up just a solitary point on the road and Lars Bohinen’s men have conceded 24 times in just seven away games.
Valerenga, meanwhile, have actually performed better away from the Ullevaal. Nonetheless, they have scored a lot of goals this term and the firepower of Deshorn Brown and co should be too much for the struggling away side.
It might not be quite as easy as a glance at the standings may suggest. Still, the home side should have no major issue scoring the win.
[quote_center]Valerenga Win @ 4/9 with Betfred[/quote_center]
Parnu Linnameeskond V Trans Narva. 6PM
Our final selection comes from Estonia’s Meistriliiga where neither Parnu Linnameeskond nor Trans Narva are in particular good form. However, in spite of their recent poor form, we think the visitors will have too much quality for the rock-bottom hosts.
Trans Narva enter this clash on the back of two straight defeats and are sitting in a disappointing sixth place. However, Adjam Kuzyaev’s men have got goals in their side, which could prove to be the difference against a home side that has already amassed a goal difference of -26 from their first 17 games.
Parnu have also lost their last two matches, and will be fully aware that they’ve lost 14 straight head-to-head matches against their superior opponents. If that doesn’t give you reason to have confidence in this selection, we don’t know what will.
The visitors haven’t been at their best lately, but should pull through Saturday’s showdown. Back the away win.
[quote_center]Trans Narva Win @ 8/11 with Betfred[/quote_center]