Weekend Value Accumulator

Written by Darry Worthington for @Hollywoodbets. Follow them both on Twitter and Facebook now!

With so much sporting action on the go this weekend, we’ve decided to bring back our value accumulator! We’ll be taking a look at some of the best value you’ll find this weekend bellow.

Chelsea to beat Swansea City at 1/1
Our first stop off on the value accumulator this week is South Wales where Swansea City FC will take on a Chelsea outfit that is enjoying a terrific run of late.

The Blues remain unbeaten in the league under Guus Hiddink. The Ducth tactician has allowed young talent such as Loftus-Cheek and Kennedy to flourish under his tenure.

The aforementioned youngsters seem to have breathed life it to a Chelsea squad that’s vital signs were fading during the final months of Jose Mourinho’s reign.

Speaking of Mourinho, Chelsea mangaed a 5-0 victory under the self-proclaimed chosen in this fixture last year, and while I doubt that they will reach those heights this Saturday, I still see the London club winning this one.

Atletico Madrid to beat Espanyol at 9/10
Atleitico Madrid will be looking to build on their 5-1 thrashing of Real Betis last week when they take on Espanyol this Saturday. Goals from Fernando Torres, Juanfran, Thomas Partey and a brace from Antoine Griezmann earned a fifth win in six league games and while they did go down to by two goals to one to Barcelona in their midweek Champions League tie, Simone’s men will still be on a high having secured a vital away goal in said fixture.

Atleti have won six of their last eight meetings against Espanyol which makes the 9/10 odds on offer for them to win this weekend even more enticing.

Kings to stay within a +12.5 margin against the Bulls at 9/10
The Bulls have been hit by some devastating injury blows in recent weeks. They have lost fullback Warrick Gellant and Burger Odendaal to long-term injuries in the past fortnight. Their absences have forced a massive overhaul in the backline with Jesse Kriel returning to outside centre and former Kings and Sharks man SP Marais filling the vacant 15 jumper. They will also be without first choice scrumhalf Rudy Paige who is struggling with a hamstring strain.

While the Bulls have been unsettled by injuries, the Kings have started to find some consistency and gel. Their victory over the Sunwolves will have done them a world of good and they’ll come into this one with their backs up.

Considering the Kings are at home and are facing an injury-ravaged Bulls Side, the 9/10 odds on offer for them to lose by less than 15 points seems rather generous.

Toulon to beat Racing Metro at 15/10
This game promises to be an absolute classic with old friends, and foes, set to lock horns at the Stade Yves Du Manoir.

This French derby is always a heated one and while Toulon have struggled for consistency this year, they do still have some of the best players in the world donning the red and black.

Despite Toulon’s inconsistencies, Toulon are still a brilliant knockout side. My money is on the defending Champions winning this one and at 15/10, it’s well worth a punt.

For as little as R10, you can WIN R394.11 on this multiple. 39/1

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