3/1 Asian Morning Accumulator win!

Wednesday morning supplied our morning tipster with a little more Asian persuasion! Another Morning Acca landed in Asia with the chosen leagues in Japan & South Korea. This Acca managed to land at reduced odds of 3/1 with 2 of 5 games being “void”. The 4 games in Japan kicked off at 11.00am UK time and the 1 game in South Korea starting at 11.30am.

The first leg on our bet was “Both Teams To Score” in the Kamatamare v Kyoto Sanga fixture. A poor first half saw no events whatsoever, but an action packed last 20mins saw all things change. Kyoto took the lead on 72mins with a home team goal coming just 9mins later in the 81st min, meaning this leg of the acca landed with our hearts in our mouths.

A 5-goal thriller was next in line for our picks – “Over 1.5 Match Goals” was the aim, Matsumoto vs Consadole Sapporo was the game. Within 34mins this leg had landed as the home team soared to a 2 goal lead. A fascinating spectacle for the neutral, in a match that ended 3-2.

Next up was another “Over 1.5 Match Goals” for Chiba v Montedio Yamagata. This game ended about 20mins in, with the home side taking a 2-0 lead after just 20mins.  It stayed that way until late on, when the home side signed, sealed and delivered the hefty defeat to a demoralised looking Montedio Yamagata. 3-0 the full time score.

4th leg of our Morning Acca saw Tokyo Verdy host FC Gifu. A late goal in the 1st half to Tokyo Verdy looked like it was going to seal our fate, until the 2nd half started brightly for FC Gifu with a goal from Masanori Abe in the 49th minute, which gave our punters a glimmer of hope. As the game went on, neither team looked like pushing for a 2nd. This led the game to finish 1-1 and the leg 4 of our Acca being “void”.

The 5th and final leg of the Acca was held in South Korea, kicking off slightly later than the other games at 11.30am. 1st half of Daejeon Citizen v Anyang was a little on the boring side, but as the 2nd half commenced, we saw a different looking Daejeon. Creating much more and seeming more lively, they took the lead just 3mins in. On the 52d minute, Anyang were down to 10 men. Lee Sang Woo was booked twice 3mins before the break and just 7mins after it. This gave us all the false impression that we could go on and win the game comfortably, but what came next was not in the script. With 83mins on the clock, substitute Jung Jae Hee found the net and spoiled the potential returns celebrations as the away side went on to steal a point.

However, it was still a lovely way to start a mid-week morning with a £43 Acca landing!

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