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12/1 Mixed Sports Accumulator

Football is the theme this weekend as we introduce our Sunday mixed sports accumulator. Action from the Premier LeagueNFL and Rugby World Cup combine for our 12/1 accumulator this weekend.

Rugby World Cup

South Africa -14 Handicap vs Japan

South Africa accumulated the highest points difference in the pool stages of the Rugby World Cup outscoring their opposition by a total of 149 points. Only heavy favourites New Zealand managed to come close to that with 135 and they were both in the same group which highlights the ruthlessness of this Boks side. They have won by 33, 46, 54 and 59 points in their games aside from a 10 point loss to the All Blacks.

Fabinho and Firmino celebrate with Matip after goal vs Arsenal

Premier League

Liverpool Win vs Manchester United

he Reds are just one win away from equalling the all-time record of 18 consecutive victories in the English top flight, and they have managed to build up a substantial eight point lead in the title race. Not to mention the fact that Jurgen Klopp’s side haven’t lost a league game since the start of January.

No matter which way you look at it, it’s going to be a very tall order for Manchester United to get anything from this match. They may have a decent record against their arch rivals in recent times, but they’re facing a team that have won their last eight Premier League away days and are about as high on confidence as you can get right now.


Indianapolis Colts Moneyline vs Houston Texans

Indy is coming off a bye and should take care of a Texans’ team that is ready for a letdown. The Colts should dominate the line of scrimmage and lean on the run all game with RB Marlon Mack now fully healthy. Indy’s defense is also getting healthy at the right time and will be able to limit the explosive Houston offense by taking away any big play potential. Lastly, the coaching advantage leans heavily in the Colts favor and their gameplan should be ready to go after the bye week.

Buffalo Bills -11.5 Alternate Point Spread vs Miami Dolphins

The Bills’ defense will halt a horrible Dolphins’ offense and open up short field opportunities for Josh Allen and the Buffalo offense. The Bills should dominate this one on the ground and the defense will force mistakes out of Dolphins QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks quarterback rushing

Seattle Seahawks Money Line vs Baltimore Ravens

The Seahawks have home field advantage, a more stable offense with a much better passing game, and a better overall defense than the Ravens. We think its going to be really hard for the Ravens to get any stops against this Seattle attack, and we trust Seattle’s defense more than Baltimore’s to get a few stops throughout the game. This spread suggests these teams are level on a neutral field, and we don’t agree with that assessment.

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