12/1 Win Accumulator winner on Wednesday!

12/1 Win Accumulator winner on Wednesday!
Tom L
Tom L
July 4, 2019
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A lifelong Birmingham City fan, Tom relocated to Germany for five years after graduating from university. His time in Germany saw an interest in the Bundesliga develop and he began writing about and betting on German football for FST in 2016. He's also an avid fantasy football player and closely follows the Premier League and European competitions.

Our winners didn’t stop at a 70/1 Correct Score Double on Wednesday! Our tipsters managed to land yet another 12/1 Win Accumulator to add to our 24/1 MLS Accumulator and a 47/1 MLB Mega Accumulator over the days before that as well!

The 4-fold landed at tidy odds of 12/1 and went as follows:

Our Win Acca got started over in Lithuania’s A Lyga. We went for ‘Suduva Marijampole -1 handicap’, meaning we needed the league leaders to win by two goals or more at home to mid-table Kauno Zalgiris. Fortunately for us, we didn’t have to wait long to see this leg shaping up. 31′ minutes in Bosnian forward Mihret Topcagic put the hosts ahead and by half time he’d bagged another to see them two up. We just needed a hold now, but Topcagic wasn’t finished, and his 63′ minute goal for a hat-trick saw the first leg come in comfortably.

Next up were Eskilsminne away to Hittarps in the Svenska Cup (Swedish Cup). This leg was nowhere near as easy. Swedish Divison 1 Eskilsminne struggled to break down the lower league hosts and with 15 minutes of the game left things weren’t looking good as the score stood 0-0. Squeaky bum time was soon over though as pop scorer Emil Aberg bagged the winner in a tidy 1-0 win – whew!

Bulgarian champions Ludogorets were our third selection, and they were at home to last season’s 8th placed finishers Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the Bulgarian Super Cup. We were feeling reasonably confident about this one, and it took just three minutes for Ludogorets to prove our feelings right. A goal from Tchibota in the 3rd minute put the champs ahead and they didn’t look back as they cruised to a 2-0 win.

Finally, our attention turned to the Women’s World Cup, where we’d back Sweden Double Chance – that is, Sweden to win or draw in the 90 minutes of regular play. The semi-final was fiercely contested and had its chances but ultimately saw both sides run the clock down to a 0-0 draw. Not the most exciting affair but it was enough for us to land our 12/1 win accumulator!!!

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