Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.
What a night of football Wednesday was. And no, I’m not just talking about the incredible scenes we witnessed around Europe as the group stages of Euro 2020 drew to a thrilling end.
The chaotic scenes in Group E and Group F landed us a few winners, but here at FST HQ the party was only just getting started.
Our attentions turned to the shores of America for the night and as the dust settled a few hours later we could look back on a few more winners, including one incredible 159/1 accumulator!
Incredible 159/1 MLS BTTS & Win accumulator lands!
The jam-packed MLS schedule on Wednesday night had our tipsters excited as they identified a number of value options, and the dice fell in our favour as our four-fold BTTS & Win accumulator came flying in. Let’s take a look at how it went down:
- New England Revolution to win & BTTS vs New York Red Bulls
- Seattle Sounders to win & BTTS vs Real Salt Lake
- Sporting Kansas City to win & BTTS vs Colorado Rapids
- LA Galaxy to win & BTTS at Vancouver Whitecaps
- New England Revolution 3 – 2 New York Red Bulls
- Seattle Sounders 2 – 1 Real Salt Lake
- Sporting Kansas City 3 – 1 Colorado Rapids
- Vancouver Whitecaps 1 – 2 LA Galaxy
Some tips come flying in with ease and never look in doubt from the first whistle. This was not one of them.
New England Revolution kicked proceedings off by building a 3-0 lead over New York Red Bulls but two goals from the visitors put the sweats on us, but that was far from the most nerve-wracking affair of the night.
Houston Dynamo’s 3-1 win over Colorado Rapids was a relatively smooth ride, but Seattle Sounders needed an 88th minute penalty to secure their three points and things looked exceptionally bleak in Vancouver as LA Galaxy entered stoppage time with a meagre 1-0 lead. A 92nd minute equaliser from the Whitecaps offered a glimmer of hope, and just a minute later Galaxy’s Efrain Alvarez scored his first goal of the season to seal a dramatic win for them and us.
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12/1 Euro 2020 accumulator ends the Group Stage with a bang
Wednesday night was undoubtedly the most exciting evening of Euro 2020 football so far, with an incredible 18 goals scored across four games as the fortunes of each team waxed and waned.
- Sweden to win vs Poland
- Spain to win vs Slovakia
- Both teams to score in Portugal vs France
- Both teams to score in Germany vs Hungary
- Sweden 3 – 2 Poland
- Slovakia 0 – 5 Spain
- Portugal 2 – 2 France
- Germany 2 – 2 Hungary
Three of the four legs in our Euro 2020 accumulator landed with ease as Spain thrashed a hapless Slovakia before the penalty-fest of Portugal vs France and the defensive calamity that was Germany vs Hungary.
The Sweden game was the exception, though. That leg looked in the bag after Emil Forsberg put the Swedes 2-0 up but Robert Lewandowski had different ideas as he dragged his side back into the game, with that 84th minute equaliser being a real kick in the gut for us. All hail Victor Claesson, who netted a 93rd minute winner to send Poland crashing out of the tournament.
4 other winners across 3 different sports
The two accumulator wins obviously demand the headlines, but they were far from the only winners on FST yesterday.
Our Bet of the Day landed for the seventh time in nine days as both teams found the net in Portugal vs France, while our Anytime Goalscorer Best Bet hit the jackpot for the fourth time in five days thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s goalscoring exploits in that game.
Elsewhere, the NBA Best Bet came in as Atlanta Hawks won against Milwaukee Bucks and our MLB Double landed for the fourth time in six days as the Mets and the Blue Jays strode to victory.
We also came agonisingly close to landing two healthily priced Bet Builders. Our 104/1 Bet Builder for Hungary vs Germany was let down by Toni Kroos’s failure to get booked and our 41/1 offering in Slovakia vs Spain only needed Juraj Kucka to get in the referee’s bad books.
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