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Saturday’s Coral acca pays over £135 from a £5 stake

| 23.09.2017

It’s all about the 3pm action

Another Saturday has arrived and that means thousands upon thousands are off to the football up and down the land.

Coral’s latest five-fold accumulator focuses on the 3pm action across the Premier League, right through the Championship and League One, and into League Two.

If successful, a £5 stake could return £139.25. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Chelsea to beat Stoke

Chelsea have slipped up at Stoke in the past – they lost in 2015 and 2013 – but having dropped points at home to Arsenal, Antonio Conte will demand three points in Staffordshire.

Stoke are winless in three, while Chelsea’s cause is further boosted with Eden Hazard expected to make his first Premier League start of the campaign. The reigning champions are well-priced to kick-start the acca at 8/13.

Watford to beat Swansea

After that hounding by Man City last week, you can bet that Marco Silva will have Watford back on the pace at Swansea.

Though the Swans are organised under Paul Clement, they lack potency up front, and have failed to score in four of their five league games this season.

That’s not a problem for the Hornets, who boast Andre Gray, Stefano Okaka, Troy Deeney and Richarlison among their ranks. An away win looks good for Coral’s acca at 21/10.

Wolves to beat Barnsley

The Championship is proving to be ultra-competitive this year, but Wolves are looking good.

They’re unbeaten in four, and should have too much about them at 4/9 for a Barnsley side still seeking their first win away from Oakwell.

Charlton to beat Bury

They made a whole host of signings over the summer, but Bury just can’t get it together yet.

They’re winless since the opening day, and are the perfect side for a Charlton team looking to bounce back after two defeats on the spin.

The Addicks are sniffing around the play-off places, and should move up with a win at 3/4.

Accrington to beat Cheltenham

Down into League Two and John Coleman’s Accrington are enjoying a great start to the campaign.

Stanley sit a deserved third heading into the weekend, and host struggling Cheltenham.

Accrington are the joint-top scorers in the division, and should round Coral’s acca off nicely at 6/5 with Town winless in four.



Richard Marsh