Todays Goal Rush and Accumulator Tips 081212
Good morning football fans and betting buddies, its back to the bread and butter of our goal rush and accumulator tips for us today, after our midweek trip around Europe and were still pretty buzzed from the goal rush success.
In today’s goal rush and accumulator tips we’ll be bringing you the usual Premier league options, but we will also be giving you a four fold accumulator. With a pick of the best games from the other NPower leagues, we’re also bringing back our Against the Odds, which you will know from previous experience can bring a great return for betting against the bookies favourite teams from select fixtures.
Aston Villa v Stoke City
The Midlands club are playing well at the moment and have had a well-deserved turn in fortunes and you can’t help but feel they are due a win, plus we get the feeling Stoke will be over confident in this one.
Sunderland v Chelsea
Under Benitez Chelsea have had a tight defence, only leaking two goals in his first four games and following their midweek flood of goals the mood in the camp is bound to that little bit lighter and Torres might just have found his hunger for goals.
Swansea v Norwich
Norwich have also been a team to have turned a bit of a corner recently, but Swansea are tremendous at home and all teams need to have their wits about them when visiting the Liberty Stadium.
We found odds of 7/1 for this treble at 888sport.
Four Fold Accumulator.
There are some great games to choose from today but we’ve hand-picked this selection, which we feel stands a great chance of coming in with a good return.
Leicester v Barnsley,
Peterborough v Middlesbrough,
Tranmere v Portsmouth,
Port Vale v Chesterfield.
A £10 bet at Ladbrokes returns £100.
I can feel a massive rush on goals coming today and these three have goals written all over them, bring on the flood.
Southampton v Reading,
Derby v Leeds,
Burnley v Nottingham Forrest.
As per usual the best goal rush odds are with Ladbrokes.
Against the Odds
Arsenal v West Brom
Arsene Wenger’s side are going through a bit of a rough patch at the minute, some fans have even started to ask for the Frenchman’s resignation. Whereas Steve Clarke has performed a minor miracle with West Brom, who are so far the surprise package of the season.
Southampton v Reading
To be honest this one could go either way, but both teams are capable of leaking goals and it would be nice to see Reading get the win. After all they almost brought a shock at Old Trafford, proving they are capable of scoring on the road.
Wigan v Queens Park Rangers
Now Harry has had a reasonable amount of time to work with his new team, it wouldn’t surprise me to see QPR’s players fulfilling their collective potential, they have quality players and Harry is just the man to bring them together.
You can get this treble with bet365 @ 73/1 plus it qualifies for a 5% winnings bonus.