Our Saturday football accumulator is an 11/2 treble that comes courtesy of selections from all…
While everyone is already salivating at the prospect of Saturday’s Champions League final, as well as a host of international friendlies, we’re casting our nets to Europe’s minor leagues with this weekend’s tempting 7/2 treble.
Home advantage can count for a lot in this divisions and we’re confident that this will turn out to be the case on Saturday as we back these three hosts to cap the afternoon with the win.
Let’s hope this bet will pay for the Champions League beers. Come on.
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Ventspils V FK Spartaks. 2PM
Our first selection comes from Latvia’s Virsliga as third-placed Ventspils look to give their title hopes a boost with three crucial points against the team directly below them.
The visitors are a strong outfit and remain unbeaten after three games on the road. However, Roman Pylypchuk’s men have failed to win any of their last seven trips to the Olimpiska Centra and also enter this game on the back of four straight head-to-head defeats overall, although that does include penalties.
Ventspils have been extremely difficult to break down at home, leaking just one goal in their four games here this term. If they can get the ball to Cheikh Diagne and Girts Karlsson in the attacking third then the result should only be heading one way.
This is a difficult game but Ventspils have been brilliant at home in recent months and are unbeaten in 13 league games including the tail end of last season. Expect them to continue their home dominance here.
[quote_center]Ventspils Win @ 8/15 with Bet365[/quote_center]
AGF V AB. 3PM
There are a lot of games taking place across Denmark’s lower leagues. In Division 1 (second tier) AB are looking to complete their great escape with a third straight win on the final day. Unfortunately for Thomas Norgaand’s men, it seems unlikely to come at NRGi Park.
The hosts are second in the league and also won the reverse fixture just 10 weeks ago. Morten Wieghorst’s men have struggled form in recent weeks but continue to score goals at a rapid rate and will be hoping to see Mate Vatsadze and Kim Aabech add to their combined total of 35 goals.
Home wins have given AB a slight chance of survival but they have lost 10 of 15 matches on the road, including each of the last four, and have shipped 30 altogether. It will take a minor miracle to pull it out of the bag here.
AB stayed up by goal difference alone 12 months ago. We can’t see them being so lucky this year.
[quote_center]AGF Win @ 4/5 with Bet365[/quote_center]
Vejle V Bronshoj. 3PM
In the same division, fifth-placed Vejle are looking to end the season in style by extending their unbeaten streak to seven matches by beating rock-bottom Bronshoj.
Vejle have won three of their past four outings, with Kleber Saarenpaa’s men scoring eight goals in the process. Conversely, the already relegated visitors haven’t won in 19 league matches and boast just a single win on the road all season.
The visitors are also lacking any sort of motivation as they were relegated weeks ago. They have admittedly claimed a lot of draws away from home, but we just can’t see them getting any joy against a far superior opponent.
It’s a short price, but this selection really should win – even with the unpredictability of a final day,
[quote_center]Vegle Win @ 2/5 with Bet365[/quote_center]