Published on June 18th, 2014 | by Sportingly Better Tipster0
World Cup Accumulator Tips – 18 June
Football Accumulator Tips
Australia (17.00) v Holland (1.22); Draw (7.50)
Holland’s much anticipated second game in Group B kicks-off today in Porto Alegre, with the Oranje eager to continue their fluid style of football.
Dutch coach Louis van Gaal is expected to name the same starting XI that defeated reigning World Champions 5-1, leaving Jermain Lens, Georginio Wijnaldum and Joel Veltman having to make do with a place on the bench.
Opponents Australia showed more adventure than anticipated last time out against Chile, with Tim Cahill scoring in his third World Cup finals and you can get odds of 6.00 on the Socceroos forward to score anytime today.
The likes of Robin van Persie (10 goals in last nine appearances) and Arjen Robben (seven goals in last seven appearances) will be eager to reproduce their returns from last week and the Oranje look on course to produce another resounding attacking display on Wednesday.
Accumulator Bet 1
Holland -1.5 Asian Handicap @1.725
Spain (1.53) v Chile (6.50); Draw (4.50)
World Cup champions Spain will be desperate to bounce back from their humiliating defeat to the Netherlands last time out, with Chile the opponents in Rio de Janeiro.
Barcelona forward Pedro is one of a number of widespread changes expected to be made by Vicente del Bosque, with la Roja eager to improve upon their undefeated record of eight wins from 10 matches against the South American side.
Opponents Chile will be eager to avoid defeat today but Jorge Sampaio’s side are likely to continue their energetic front-footed attacks, with Alexis Sanchez tipped to star at the head of their attacking line.
Spain have no choice but to come out and attack today and Chile’s fragile rearguard should see another entertaining and open game at this summer’s World Cup.
Accumulator Bet 2
Both teams to score @1.66
Cameroon (5.75) v Croatia (1.66); Draw (4.00)
Croatia will be looking to get their Group A campaign back on track, after suffering a 3-1 defeat to hosts Brazil last time out.
Niko Kovac will see Mario Mandzukic return to the attacking line tonight and if the European side can focus their attentions away from recent stories in the press, then Croatia remain well priced in the football betting markets.
Opponents Cameroon were unlucky not to have lost by a bigger margin to Mexico, with two goals wrongly ruled out for offside.
The African qualifiers will be without Samuel Eto’o for this match, which is a significant blow and Croatia will be eager to pick up three points at Cameroon’s expense.
Accumulator Bet 3
Croatia to win @1.66
Betting Accumulator Odds – 4.79
Author Credit: Jonathan Day
Image Credit: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Louis-van-gaal4.jpg
Accumulator Betting 2013/14 Profit/Loss (1pt each bet) Wagered: 48pts Returned: 64.44pts P/L: +16.44pts