8/1 Both Teams to Score Accumulator lands on Sunday Night!

8/1 Both Teams to Score Accumulator lands on Sunday Night!
Jake S
Jake S
November 18, 2018

FST have been on fire again this month! After landing a 15/1 Win Accumulator, an 8/1 Win Accumulator and 9/1 BTTS Accumulator earlier in the month, we’ve done it yet again by landing an 8/1 Both Teams to Score Accumulator on Sunday Night!

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Here’s how it all went down:

The 4-fold Both Teams to Score Accumulator started with Spezia vs Benevento in the Italian Serie B. Spezia got off to a perfect start, taking the lead after just 11 minutes through Okereke. They doubled their lead on 24 minutes via a Matteo Ricci goal, before being pegged back to 2-1 as Federico Ricci grabbed a goal for Benevento, landing the first leg of the accumulator. Okereke restored Spezia’s 2 goal lead in the 2nd half, and the game ended 3-1.

The 2nd leg of the accumulator took us over to Spain as Cordoba took on Cadiz in the Segunda Division. There were no goals in the first half, leaving us slightly worried, but early on in the 2nd half, Manu Vallejo bagged the opener for Cadiz. Just 2 minutes later, De las Cuevas equalised for the home side, landing the BTTS bet. Lopez and Ager Aketxe grabbed 2 late goals in stoppage time for Cadiz and they won the game 3-1.

The penultimate leg of the Both Teams to Score Accumulator saw NEC take on Sparta Rotterdam in the Eerste Divisie. NEC got off to a perfect start, taking the lead after just 7 minutes. There were no more goals until right near to the end of the game, when fortunately, Sparta grabbed the equaliser through an Abdoulrahmane Harroui goal.

The final leg of the accumulator came from the UEFA Nations League, where Switzerland took on Belgium. It got off to an absolutely flying start, with Eden’s brother Thorgan Hazard opening the scoring inside 2 minutes, before he doubled the lead with another strike after 17 minutes. Belgium looked like coasting through to the final 4 of the Nations League. However, Switzerland had other ideas, first netting through a Ricardo Rodriguez penalty on 26 minutes, before Seferovic bagged 2 before half time to give the Swiss side a 3-2 lead. They needed to win by 2 to progress, and Elvedi sent them well on their way with a goal on the hour mark, before Seferovic completed his hat-trick with a strike late on in the 84th minute, landing our accumulator and firing Switzerland to the Nations League play-offs.

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Followers’ betslips

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