Published on March 31st, 2016 | by Sportingly Better Tipster0
Accumulator Tips – 2-3 April
Football Accumulator Tips
PSG (1.61) v Nice (5.00); Draw (4.00)
PSG go into this weekend’s match with Nice well priced, despite having already wrapped up the Ligue 1 title with eight games to spare.
The hosts are a staggering 27 points clear of their opponents, but do have the distraction of a Champions League knock-out match against Manchester City on Wednesday.
Visitors Nice have all the motivation in this match, with ehs side fighting for a Champions League place, but PSG’s strength in depth should be enough to push the formidable hosts over the line on Saturday.
Accumulator Bet 1
PSG to win @1.61
Juventus (1.28) v Empoli (11.00); Draw (5.00)
Juventus will be looking to claim another Serie A title this year, with the hosts sitting three points clear of Napoli at the top of the table.
Massimo Allegri’s side faced heartache in the Champions League, with defeat to Bayern Munich in the dying minutes, but after a disastrous start in their title defence, Juventus have been in sensational form and are unbeaten at home in all competitions since the opening day’s match against Udinese.
Visitors Empoli have lost each of their last six meetings against Juventus away from home and given the hosts defensive record this season, expect the Bianconeri to clear the handicap this weekend.
Accumulator Bet 2
Juventus -1.5 Asian Handicap @ 1.975
Barcelona (1.57) v Real Madrid (4.75); Draw (4.50)
Barcelona head into the El Classico, as favourites to beat their bitter rivals and severely diminish Real Madrid’s hopes of getting back into the title race.
Victory for Luis Enrique’s side would move Barca 13 points clear of the visitors with seven games remaining.
La Liga’s highest scorers by a considerable margin will be eager to fire themselves towards three points this weekend, where a defeat for Real Madrid would all but end their hope of the La Liga crown this term.
Accumulator Bet 3
Over 3.5 goals @1.80
Betting Accumulator Odds – 5.74
Author Credit: Jonathan Day
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