12/1 Sunday Mixed Sports Accumulator

There’s plenty of action on Sunday and we have compiled a mixed sports accumulator. Selections from the Singapore Grand Prix, Premier League, NFL and League of Legends make up our Sunday offering.

Formula 1

Carlos Sainz to Finish in the Top 6

Since joining F1 in 2015, Carlos Sainz has built up a brilliant record at Singapore. 9th in 2015, 14th in 2016, 4th in 2017 and 8th in 2018, he has far better machinery this year than previous visits. The McLaren will be massively suited by the Marina Bay Circuit and shouldn’t be far off the top three teams. This race tends to be attritional and with only one retirement needed from the top teams, Sainz should be in the thick of things for a top-six finish.

Aubameyang, Mustafi, Lacazette Arsenal

Premier League

Arsenal Win vs Aston Villa

Arsenal come into this game off the back of a fantastic 3-0 away win in Germany against Frankfurt so confidence will be high. The Gunners have won each of their last 6 competitive meetings with Aston Villa, and considering they have won 11 of their last 14 Premier League home games, we’re expecting them to make it 7 in a row on Sunday.

Premier League

Liverpool Over 1.5 Team Goals vs Chelsea

Liverpool have scored at least 2 goals in each of their last 14 Premier League games and are currently on a 22 match unbeaten streak. Chelsea, meanwhile, have conceded at least 2 goals in 4 of their 5 league games this season, so backing Liverpool Over 1.5 Team Goals looks a great choice on Sunday.

NFL

Buffalo Bills Money Line vs Cincinnati Bengals

The Bills are the far better side in this matchup and should easily handle the Bengals in their home opener. Buffalo’s offense has been extremely successful running the ball and Cincy’s defense is one of the league’s worst at stopping the run. Buffalo’s defense is one of the best in football and will make things hard for the struggling Bengals offense and QB Andy Dalton. All in all, the Bills will force Dalton into some turnovers and will be able to move the ball with a lot of success against one of the worst defenses in the league.

Aaron Rodgers playing quarterback for the Green Bay Packers

NFL

Green Bay Packers Money Line vs Denver Broncos

The Packers’ offense hasn’t quite clicked yet, but its defense has started off hot. The unit is ranked 4th overall by Pro Football Focus and now gets to face a Broncos’ offense that has only scored 30 points in their two games combined. Green Bay is great at home and should be able to feast on a Broncos team that isn’t great away from Denver.

League of Legends

Fnatic Rising Win vs devils.one

Fnatic Rising had a perfect Group Stage at the European Masters, winning all three of their matches, including over Team LDLC. They looked very good and are surely bound for a big run in the knockout bracket, starting with beating devils.one. They went 2-1 in the group stage but given a loss to BIG on the opening matchday, that would suggest a quarter-final exit looms.

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