The bank holiday weekend just gets better and better! Less than 24 hours after landing a 17/1 Win Accumulator, our football analysts have come through yet again with a 25/1 Match Goals Accumulator winner on Saturday afternoon! All five games needed 3 goals for the winner and all five. took place in the EFL.
Here’s how the drama unfolded.
25/1 MATCH GOALS ACCUMULATOR LANDS!!!!!!!!!!!!
We start with the Championship clash at Oakwell Stadium as Barnsley played hosts to Luton Town. This leg got off to a very fast start as Luton flew into a 2-0 lead after just 5 minutes on the clock. With 85 minutes remaining, we had no doubts this leg would fly in and that it did. The winning goal was scored in the 31st minute as Luton took a 3-0 lead. They went on to take all 3 points with a brilliant 3-1 win away from home.
Across to the Midlands for the second leg as Stoke City played host to Marco Bielsa’s Leeds United. This game didn’t start as fast but we were helped massively with a late first half goal courtesy of winger Stuart Dallas. The visitors flew out the traps in the second half with two more goals by the 66th minute, enough to tick this leg off our betslips!
Moving down to League One for a mid-table battle as MK Dons took on Peterborough United. This was another game which saw the away side completely dominate from start to finish. It was also another game which saw us tick the leg off before half time as borough took a convincing 3-0 lead with goals from Marcus Maddison, Ivan Toney and Mohamed Eisa.
We head over to the game betweeb Wycombe Wanderes and Southend United for the pentultimate leg of our accumulator. It turned out to be a game filled with drama as 7 goals were scored in a 4-3 victory for the hosts. The 3 goals we needed were once again scored all in the first half as Southend took a 2-1 lead into the break. The game looked all but over for Wycombe who fell 3-2 behind in the 87th minute. But two late strikes from Anthony Stewart and Scott Kashket secured all 3 points for the hosts, in a truly dramatic finish at Adams Park.
The final leg of the 25/1 winner was the only leg to come from League Two. It was yet another goal fest with Leyton Orient taking on Crawley Town. Josh Wright hit first for our accumulator with a goal in the 22nd minute while it took the visitors just 7 minutes to find the equaliser. With the game tied 1-1 at half time, we just needed one goal to secure the winnings. It was a 53rd minute penalty that landed our accumulator as hosts Leyton Orient eventually fell to a 3-2 loss.
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