If you thought Tuesday was a big night for our football tipsters then Wednesday was certainly on another level.
30/1 and 8/1 half time accumulators won for the second night in a row and we put the icing on the cake with an 18/1 both teams to score accumulator win.
18/1 Champions League Both Teams To Score Win
BTTS Acca has landed at close to 18/1.
Who was on? Keep those betslips rolling in.
— Football Super Tips (@FootySuperTips) 28 September 2016
An action packed first-half at Celtic Park saw the first leg land in just 11 minutes. Dembele put Celtic ahead after just 3 minutes and Fernandinho got one back for Pep’s men on the 11 minute mark.
Lugogrets went 1-0 up against PSG thanks to a free kick on the quarter hour mark and the first-half goals kept flying in as Hamsik scored for Napoli, Hazard scored for Gladbach and Matuidi crossed off another leg in our acca as he equalised for PSG 4 minutes before half-time. 2 legs won, 3 to go.
That meant, going in to the second-half, we just needed 3 away teams to score; Dynamo Kyiv, Benfica and most surprisingly, Barcelona. Things got even more exciting after 20 minutes of the second-half as both Kyiv and Barcelona scored on 65 minutes.
By this time, Benfica were already 4-0 down but to their prevail, they struck back on 70 minutes with a goal from Goncalo Guedes. 5 legs won (with plenty to spare!) and £188 in the bank!
— SL Benfica EN (@slbenfica_en) September 28, 2016
Both Teams To Score Tips
This was our third both teams to score accumulator win of September after back-to-back wins earlier in the month, taking our total profit on BTTS accas this month to £329!
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Followers Bet Slips
After Tuesday’s big night, it was no surprise to see so many of our followers on Wednesday’s BTTS acca win.
What’s even better is that many were sending in screenshots including 3 acca wins from the same night for a complete bookie bashing! What a night!
— Jamie Wallis (@JamieWallis_) September 28, 2016
— Dan Khan (@DanKhan_5) September 28, 2016
— Testmatch (@john_ward71) September 28, 2016
— Rob Cary (@rob_cary) September 28, 2016
— Lewis Bowers (@LewisJohnBowers) September 28, 2016
— Colin Walker (@britishism1) September 28, 2016
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— chris matzen (@chrismat1971) September 28, 2016
— Lee Brooke-Pearce (@LeftHandLee) September 28, 2016
— Silent Addict (@S1L3NTADD1CT) September 28, 2016