13/1 Mixed Sports Accumulator

Football & Esports are the themes this weekend as we introduce our Sunday mixed sports accumulator. Action from the Euro 2020 InternationalsNFL and League of Legends World Championship combine for our 13/1 accumulator this weekend.

G2 Esports To Win vs Griffin

This match promises to be a spectacle, but the edge goes to G2 Esports. The LEC Spring and Summer Champions also landed the Mid-Seasonal Invitational and are one of the favourites to go all the way. Griffin is certainly dangerous, but G2 has big ambitions to fulfil.

San Marino +6 vs Scotland

Scotland’s biggest ever win over San Marino was a 5-0 success back in 1995. They last met in Scotland back in 2001, when the Scots won 4-0. On average, the Scots have hit three goals per meeting with San Marino. Given that this is far from a vintage Scotland side, we doubt that they’ll be posting seven or eight goals, the kind of results Russia and Belgium have produced.

Hungary Win vs Azerbaijan

Hungary have won all of their six previous encounters with Azerbaijan and both teams scored when these two teams met in June, where Hungary ran out 3-1 winners. Sunday’s hosts have scored three or more team goals in five of their six games against Azerbaijan, winning 3-0, 3-1, 4-0, 3-0, and 3-1 since the pair first met in 1996

Cloud9 To Win vs Hong Kong Attitude

Cloud9 gained a top four birth at last year’s World Championship and will be looking to have another deep run. They had a very good regular season which saw them finish second in both LCS Spring and Summer. That form would be enough to see off Hong Kong Attitude.

Over 46.0 Total Points – Seattle Seahawks @ Cleveland Browns

This one will be a shootout because of the struggling defenses on both sides. Seattle has been great offensively this year and should have no problem moving the ball against a Cleveland secondary that is injured and having trouble containing opposing offenses. The Browns will also find success against a Seattle secondary that has been really poor despite playing an easy schedule of pass defenses so far this season. Cleveland will rebound at home from a poor performance last week and help get some points on the board.

Tennessee Titans +3.5 Alternate Points Spread @ Denver Broncos

Tennessee should very well be able to keep this within a touchdown. They will have plenty of success against a Broncos’ run defense that has struggled this year. Look for the Titans’ defense to make the Broncos one-dimensional by taking away the Denver running game.

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