Value Weekend Accumulator



With so much sporting action on the go this weekend, there are plenty of chances for you to win big with Hollywoodbets! We’ll be taking a look at some of the best value you’ll find this weekend with our value accumulator below.

Spain to beat England at 7/10 CLICK HERE FOR FULL PREVIEW 
This one looks fairly straight-forward. Vicente del Bosque has selected a full-strength squad to face a depleted England side on Friday evening. Both teams have looked imperious in Euro 2016 qualifying, finishing top of their respective groups.

Roy Hodgson heads into this game with a number of injury concerns and withdrawals. Phil Jagielka, Luke Shaw, Daniel Sturridge, Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Danny Ings, Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Danny Welbeck will all be missing from the squad on Friday. The Tottenham due of Dele Alli and Eric Dyer as well as red-hot Leicester forward Jamie Vardy are all expected to feature against the current European champions.

This full-strength Spanish contingent should have no problems dealing with a brave young English team.

France and Germany to draw at 23/10 CLICK HERE FOR FULL PREVIEW
France and Germany will meet in a friendly on Friday evening. There really isn’t much to pick
between the two sides as they head into this game in fine form, however, both will be without some key personnel.

France will be without Karim Benzema and Mathieu Valbuena who are both embroiled in a sex tape scandal. The Real Madrid centre-forward has been placed under judicial investigation in an alleged attempt to blackmail the Lyon forward over a sex video. Joachim Loew Mesut Ozil and Toni Kroos have both been allowed to stay at their clubs due to the lack of a winter break in England and Spain.

Recent head-to-heads have favoured Loew’s side, though France have been in excellent form of late. I’m tempted to back Germany for the win at 2/1, but I really do think this one will end in a draw.



Brazil to beat Argentina at 2/1CLICK HERE FOR FULL PREVIEW
This game was originally meant to take place on Friday morning at 02:00, however, heavy rains forced a postponement which means we can add to our weekend accumulator!

Ordinarily, I wouldn’t go anywhere near this sort of fixture, however, Argentina are without their two best players for the clash. Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero will both be missing through injury when the two South American giants lock horns at the Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti on Saturday morning. Neymar, who has been in sublime form for Barcelona of late, returns to the Brazilian squad having served his four-match ban for descent at the Copa America.

The Argentinians have endured a torrid start to their qualifying campaign having lost at home to Ecuador and drawn away to Paraguay. Brazil have fared slightly better, a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Chile in their first qualifier was followed up by a convincing 3-1 win at home to Venezuela. The Brazilians are favourable priced at 2/1 here, back them to get the win against a weakened and out of sorts Argentina side.

Toulouse to beat Saracens at 23/20 CLICK HERE FOR FULL PREVIEW
Both sides have had outstanding starts to their respective domestic campaigns with Saracens winning their first four Aviva Premiership clashes while Toulouse are six out of eight in the Top 14.

There really isn’t much to pick between the sides, which is why odds of 23/20 simply can’t be ignored for our multiple this week. Back the French giants to secure the win!

The Longshot

Felipe Massa to finish on the podium at 7/2 (Brazilian GP)CLICK HERE FOR FULL PREVIEW
The Brazilian driver has always done well racing in his home Grand Prix. He’s managed two podium finishes in the last three races held at Sao Paulo. The local lad has also won two Grand Prix races at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in the past, the last win coming in 2008. He loves racing in front of his home support and will be desperate to finish on the podium.
Back the Brazilian to get the job done done at 7/2.

For as little as R10, you can WIN R2375 on this multiple. 23657/100