Accumulator Betting Tip 16/11/12

With just a handful of games taking place on this mild November evening, Place a Bet Online only have the one accumulator for you and have picked what we think are three games that are the most high profile and likely to be value for money.

bet365 sportThe most favourable odds for today’s treble can be found with the following bookies:

Bet365 at 11.09/1,

888sport at 10.27/1,

Paddy Power at 10.32/1,

Stan James at 10.44/1,

Ladbrokes at 10.96/1,

Betfair at 10.60/1.

A free £20 risk free bet with Betfair would give you a return of £232.

Ladbrokes Guidelines Version 7.inddTranmere v MK Dons

First up are League One leaders Tranmere Rovers, who entertain Milton Keynes Dons at Prenton Park.

Rovers have had a fantastic start to the season and are flying high at the top of the table. They will be looking to continue their run in form, as they are unbeaten in the last four games and will be looking forward to getting back in front of their home fans after three consecutive away days.

M.K Dons have mirrored the results of Tranmere in their last four games, but all of their last three wins have come at home. A long drive up north on a Friday night will not be an attractive proposition, having been use to their home comforts.

Dundee Utd v Kilmarnock

The removal of Rangers has mixed things up a little and changed the face of the Scottish Premier League. The competing teams appear to have renewed vigour knowing there is affectively a league title, or another European place up for grabs.

betfair 1Dundee United are unbeaten in their last four league games including impressive home draws against Celtic and Aberdeen. A League Cup Quarter final defeat to Hearts on penalties appears to have been a minor setback.

Kilmarnock may sit above Dundee in the table, but it’s by a mere two points having played one game more. Whilst they have been playing well on the road, three defeats from six doesn’t really inspire confidence.

Lorient v Lille

This is the only game being played today from the French Ligue 1 and Lille will be hoping to capitalise on their head start, as a win will propel them from seventh to third ahead of the rest of the weekends fixtures; putting pressure on their league rivals to perform.

Based on current form Lorient’s league position is flattering, they have to look as far back as mid-September for their last win, relying on draws to keep them afloat.