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.
Spurs to win or draw (Double Chance) against Southampton at 9/20
Both sides will head into Saturday’s encounter at St. Mary’s in somewhat indifferent league form. Spurs suffered defeat last time out to Steve McLaren’s revitalised Newcastle side. Prior to that they could only manage draws against West Brom and Chelsea. The Saints haven’t fared better losing three and drawing one of their last four – the draw coming against basement dwellers, Aston Villa.
There won’t likely be warm welcome for the returning Mauricio Pochettino and Toby Aderweireld who both left the South Coast to join spurs in controversial fashion. Still, there’s not too much to pick between the two teams, especially with the recent dip in form the two have endured. The draw offers excellent value at 22/10, however, we’re going to back Spurs on the Double Chance at 9/20. I just think they have too much quality in their midfield, and with Harry Kane finding his scoring touch again, I wouldn’t bet against Spurs failing to win.
Wasps to Beat Bath at 7/5
Bath claimed a memorable win against Wasps last week when Anthony Watson crashed over after the full time hooter had sounded. His try was cooly converted by George Ford allowing Bath to claim all four log points.
Wasps may head into this game with a more conservative approach after Dai Youngs promised to curb the attack at all costs nature of his team. You can’t really separate the teams on paper, however, the likes of Frank Halai and Charles Piutua give Wasps the X-Factor that many teams in Europe don’t really possess. Even though they’re away from home – and after careful consultation with our rugby writer – I’ve decided to back Wasps to claim the win at generous odds of 7/5.
Wolfsburg to beat Stuttgart at 11/10
Stuttgart have endured a torrid Bundesliga campaign this year and find themselves at the foot of the table with one game to go before the winter break. They will come up against a Wolfsburg who will have been disappointed not to claim all three points against Koln last time out.
Even after missing out last week, Bremen possess more than enough quality to brush Stuttgart aside. The likes of Andre Schurrle, Dante, Luis Gustavo Max Kruse and Julain Draxler will all be available for the clash on Saturday evening. Back the men in green to claim an easy enough win and pile more misery on a Stuttgart side that looks as though it may face relegation come the end of the season.
West Brom and Bournemouth to draw at 23/20
West Brom have become the league’s draw specialists over the last three weeks – having drawn against West Ham, Spurs and Liverpool. Bournemouth on the other hand have turned the league on its head after seismic wins over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and at home to Manchester United.
Pulis’ men will no doubt look to grind out a victory, using their height and strength at set pieces to ruffle a few feathers. Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth are at the other end scale in terms of their play style, looking to move the ball quickly into the wider areas before whipping balls into the box for Junior Stanislas to get on the end of. I’d not be surprised if the two cancel one another out. Back the draw at 23/20.
Leicester and Everton Matchbet Both Teams to Score and Draw
We’re going to round off this week’s value accumulator with yet another draw. Both of these teams have been scoring freely in recent weeks with Jamie Vardy and Romelu Lukaku sitting atop the league goal scoring charts on 15 and 12 respectively.
I don’t see either team failing to get on the score sheet, especially with the form that their frontlines are in. Back the Matchbet Draw + Both Teams to score market at 31/10 – some fantastic value here!
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