Cross Sport Acca – Our Bumper 35/1 Multi-Sport Acca This Weekend

Another big weekend of sport awaits, and we’ve picked out a /1 acca for it! Featuring:

  • Doonside Cup Tip
  • 2 X Premier League Tips
  • 2 X Rugby League Play-Off Tips

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Salford +10 (St Helens vs Salford, Super League) Saturday, 1pm Channel 4 – 10/11

2nd Half Highest Scoring Half (Cronulla Sharks vs South Sydney Rabbitohs) Saturday, 10.50am Sky Sports – 10/11

Play off time in Rugby League as both the Super League and the NRL (Australia) continues this weekend with some seriously mouth-watering contests across Friday and Saturday.

Last week we tipped Salford to beat Huddersfield which they did and in some style as well, a huge 28-0 away from home. That was mightily impressive and they could not be in better form going into a clash with the three-in-a-row Champions St Helens. This is the toughest assignment in Super League and they do so missing key half back Brodie Croft – who many feel has been the best player in the competition – due to concussion protocol.

That tempers enthusiasm for win purposes here, however we feel the Red Devils have it in them to give the Saints a game here, with injuries ravaging their opponent’s squad also. Superstar prop Alex Walmsley was ruled out this week, a huge loss to their formidable pack.

This has the hallmarks of a Classic play off encounter and the +10 on Salford is the play. They should bring it to Saints and should keep within two scores here.

It’s do or die in the NRL and both these teams will be desperate to reach the semi finals and play the Penrith Panthers next week. It’s touch and go for win purposes, but we have found potentially one of the bets of the weekend in the other markets – the 5/6 on 2nd Half Highest Scoring Half looks a brilliant bet. 

Both these sides had incredibly hard games last week. Cronulla’s loss to the Cowboys went into a full 10 mins extra time plus Golden Point, and South Sydney’s ultra-physical encounter had a record 7 sin bins – both these sides will still be feeling the effects of those games.

Rugby League in its nature is an energy battle and we think both these sides should be able to keep it tight in the first 40. However, the petrol should begin to drain in the second half at around 60 minutes and the games last week will begin to take their toll. This should lead to missed tackles and reads in defence and plenty more scores as we get closer to full time.

Phantom Flight (Doonside Cup) Saturday, 1:55pm Ayr – 13/8

Phantom Flight looks banker material on Saturday following a hugely impressive display at York’s Ebor Festival, where he bolted up by five lengths and looked one destined for pattern company. 

He demolished the field last time, staying on powerfully in the final two furlongs. None of his rivals could live with him as he powered clear – and the form has been backed up by the time figures.

Previous to that win, he finished just over three lengths behind New London when third at Newmarket. The winner that day has since won the Gordon Stakes at Glorious Goodwood and was runner-up in the St Leger, so that gives a welcome boost to the form of our selection. 

Phantom Flight is clear on ratings in this and is a horse who should have plenty more to come. Simply put, he should take the world of beating in this.

Newcastle To Win + Under 4.5 Goals (Newcastle vs Bournemouth) Saturday, 3pm – 8/11

Newcastle look a solid option this weekend when the visit of a Bournemouth side who should get found out against the bigger sides this season. Eddie Howe has worked wonders since taking over as Newcastle manager and will relish this weekend’s game against his old club. 

The magpies have only lost one game so far this season, and that was a 96th minute winner against Liverpool in a game they wouldn’t have expected to get anything from. Other than that, they’ve beat Nottingham Forest and drawn the rest, but that does include a fantastic 3-3 draw against Man City. They’ve had some tough opponents so far and this will be by far their easiest assignment to date this season. 

Bournemouth caused a shock when they sacked manager Scott Parker just five games into the season, but it may have been the right move after they came from 2-0 down to beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 to record their second win of the season. However, they have lost three of the other four games, and failed to score in all four of those. 

If Newcastle have ambitions of getting into Europe this season, this is the sort of game they should be winning, and with just one of their games having over 3 goals in this season, the best bet to us looks to be Newcastle to win + under 4.5 goals.

Kane To Score + Tottenham To Win (Tottenham vs Leicester) Saturday, 5:30pm, Sky Sports – 6/5

Leicester must dread coming up against Harry Kane – he’s scored more goals against them than he has any other side! In 14 Premier League appearances, Kane has banged in a whopping 17 goals! That includes scoring in each of the last four head to heads, and with Leicester leaking goals this season, he must be counting down the minutes until kick off.

Tottenham tasted defeat for the first time in the week as they lost 2-0 away to Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League, but they remain unbeaten in the Premier League this season. That includes winning all three of their home PL games, with Kane scoring two goals in the process. 

Leicester have made an awful start to the season, drawing their opener but losing the other five PL games. In their six league games, they’ve conceded 16 goals, so now is probably the worst time for them to come up against Harry Kane and co! 

The odds of 6/5 for Kane to score and Tottenham to win looks too good an opportunity to turn down, and it rates as one of our more confident bets of the weekend.

*Odds Correct At Time Of Writing – 3pm Thursday 15th September*