Cross Sport Acca – Our Bumper 48/1 Multi-Sport Acca This Weekend

Another big weekend of sport awaits, and we’ve picked out a 48/1 acca for it! Featuring:

  • Royal Lodge Stakes Tip
  • Middle Park Stakes Tip
  • Nations League Tip
  • Super League Grand Final Tip
  • NFL Tip

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Flying Honours (Royal Lodge Stakes) Saturday, 1.50pm – 4/7

It’s safe to say that Flying Honours could be absolutely anything judging on his last two performances winning by 9 1/2 lengths and 5 1/2 lengths. The most recent race saw it’s form boosted when the runner-up Stormbuster bolted up at Newbury last weekend.

None of the other three runners who stood their ground here have anywhere near the type of form that FLYING HONOURS has, and he should be winning this with minimal fuss.

It’s almost impossible to ignore juveniles from Charlie Appleby right now, with the top trainer operating at an impressive 41% strike rate with his 2YO’s on turf.

This race was run by the ill-fated stablemate Coroebus last year, and he should honour his legacy by winning in the same colours. He should get the job done before setting his sights on Group 1 company down the line.

Blackbeard (Middle Park Stakes) Saturday, 3pm – 5/2

Favourites have won three of the last four renewals of the Middle Park Stakes, and at the time of writing the joint market leader is BLACKBEARD. A P O’Brien looks to have another star on his hands after he won the Prix Morny and he has an excellent chance of following up in this. 

Interestingly, five of the last twelve winners of this had their last run in the Prix Morny, which bodes well for the selections chances. Although, two other horses in here also ran in that race – Persian Force and The Antarctic. But, Blackbeard got the better of both of those in France and we see no reason why that form should reverse here. 

Of the other two previously mentioned, Persian Force looks the biggest danger having already won a Group 2 here this year, but he’s going to have to improve to get the better of Blackbeard, and we’d sooner side with the A P O’Brien runner to land a third victory in the race in the past six years.

St Helens -6 Handicap (Super League Grand Final) Saturday, 6pm – 1/1

It’s Super League’s showpiece event on Saturday as the final curtain call sees St Helens attempt to make history by winning the competition a record four-times in a row when they take on Leeds Rhinos.

There’s plenty of history here as Leeds famously beat St Helens in four Grand finals in five years between 2007 and 2011. Saints will be keen to gain some revenge as well as make history of their own, having been the most consistent side all year, topping the league table in the regular season.

The handicap is set here at -6 for St Helens which is quite remarkable given that Leeds only scraped into the play-offs at the very end of the season. Saints have had the run on Leeds this season, winning comfortably home and away 42-12 and 26-0. Leeds have found a bit of form in recent months, but come up against an altogether different prospect on Saturday. There is also the added factor of Leeds having played an extra play-off fixture and injuries to key players Harry Newman and Aidan Sezer who will be tough to replace. 

St Helens looked back to their punishing best in defence last week, and a repeat of that will make them incredibly tough to go with for 80 minutes. We see Leeds keeping a lid on things in the first half, but Saints should have too much in the final third of the game. We think Saints will run out worthy winners and do the four timer comfortably.

Spain To Win To Nil (Spain vs Switzerland) Saturday, 7.45pm – 11/8

Nations League games are usually quite close call affairs, but there appears to be a gulf in class in this game. Spain currently sit top of their group, whilst their opponents Switzerland currently sit bottom of the group, with just one win from their four games. 

Spain are slowly getting back to their levels of their World Cup/Euro dominance from 2008-2012, and are unbeaten in their last eight games. That includes a 1-0 victory away to Switzerland, in a game where they only let the hosts manage one shot on target. Their most recent game resulted in a cosy 2-0 victory against Czech Republic, where they managed a whopping 75% possession and restricted their opponents to just two shots on target.

Switzerland have had a bit of a rough time in 2022, only winning one of their six games in all competitions. Their sole victory did come in their most recent game however, where a first-minute strike from Haris Seferovic was enough to overcome Portugal 1-0. They only managed one other shot on target in that game, and they’ve only managed one other goal in the competition this year. 

Spain will likely dominate possession and they should prove too good for their Swiss rivals here. Switzerland have lost both away Nations League games, whilst Spain have only conceded eight goals in all competitions on home soil, a run that stretches back almost three years!

Over 45 Total Match Points (Tennessee Titans vs Las Vegas Raiders) Sunday, 5pm – 10/11

Both these sides have had tough starts to their campaigns and find themselves 0-2 going into Week 3.

They will both be desperate to improve offensively, both boasting their own ‘Derek’ who can cause mayhem for any defence – Derek Carr at Quarterback for the Raiders while Derek Henry, the monstrous Running Back is waiting to explode so far in 2022.

Something has to give and sooner or later these two are going to put in a big display. Week 3 is where we begin to see the cream rise with offences having time to bed in and this could mean plenty of points.

What we do know is that both these sides can leak scores on defence. The Titans are average 31 a game, and the Raiders little better at 26.5.

This all points to a big overall tally and the 45.5 line looks ripe for Overs here.

*Odds Correct At Time Of Writing – 3:40pm Thursday 22nd September*