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19/1 Match Goals Accumulator Lands on Saturday!

FIVE Accumulators landed in the space of a week! What a week it has been for the football analysts over at FST! After landing 3 accumulators in 3 days from Sunday-Tuesday, namely a 19/1 Win Accumulator, 4/1 Win Accumulator and 13/1 Both Teams to Score and Win Double, we followed that up with a 4/1 Both Teams to Score Acca on Friday, before landing a 19/1 Match Goals Accumulator on Saturday 5th! Here’s how the action unfolded:

Our Over 2.5 Match Goals Accumulator started over in Germany with 2 matches as Freiburg took on Dortmund and Paderborn took on Mainz. The latter game got off to a very lively start indeed, as Quaison gave Mainz an early lead before Zolinski equalised on 14 minutes. Brosinski gave Mainz the lead for the 2nd time on 32 minutes, landing the first leg of the accumulator. The game ended 2-1. Dortmund’s game took slightly longer to see a goal, but Axel Witsel gave the yellow and blacks the lead on 20 minutes, and they went in to the break 1-0 up. Freiburg hit back early in the 2nd half through Waldschmidt, before Achraf Hakimi gave Dortmund back their lead, scoring his 3rd goal of the week after 2 in the Champions League against Slavia Praha. It looked like Dortmund were set to take all 3 points, but in the 89th minute Akanji scored an own goal to make the final score 2-2.

The final 4 legs all came from the 3pms in the English top 3 divisions, as Norwich took on Aston Villa in the Premier League, Swansea took on Stoke in the Championship, while Accrington took on Oxford and Gillingham took on Southend, both in the League One. Over at the Liberty stadium, we couldn’t have got off to a better start as Andre Ayew gave Swansea the lead inside the first minute. Sam Clucas leveled the scoring on 22 minutes, which is how the first half ended. It look like the game was going to end in a 1-1 draw, but in the 90th minute, Scott Hogan scored the winner for Stoke, landing leg 3 of our bet.

It was a lively start over at Carrow Road too, as Aston Villa took an early lead through club record signing Wesley on 14 minutes, before he doubled his tally on the half hour mark. Just after half time Grealish netted to make it 3-0 after just 49 minutes, landing the 4th leg of our accumulator. Villa were not done there though, as Hourihane made it 4 nil on the hour, while Douglas Luiz finished his sides scoring off with a strike on 83 minutes. Norwich did get a consolation goal in the 87th minute courtesy of Drmic, but the game ended 5-1 to the away side.

Over in the League 1 thing got off to a slightly slower start, but Fosu gave Oxford the lead in their clash with Accrington on the half hour mark. That game headed into the break at 1-0. It took 43 minutes for the deadlock to be broken at Priestfield Stadium, but Gillingham finally found the breakthrough through Jones. That game also went into half time at 1-0. Gillingham immediately doubled their lead at the start of the 2nd half through O’keefe, before Cox brought the game back to 2-1 for Southend. His goal would prove to just be a consolation though, as Hanlan secured the 3 points for the home side, leaving just 2 goals in Accrington needed to land the accumulator. We had to wait until the hour mark for another goal at Wham Stadium, as Clark equalised for Accrington. Brannagan regained the lead for Oxford on 70 minutes, but that was short-lived as Zanzala brought the scores level again 3 minutes later, and that is the way the game ended, landing our 19/1 Match Goals Accumulator.

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