Football Accumulator Tips: This Monday mega value four-fold comes in at 19/1

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*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

With the international break this weekend, we’ve delved into some of the more obscure form books for this four-way acca. We’ve got an international friendly, a Northern Irish Premiership game and a Spanish Segunda Division clash. Oh, and a Colombian top-flight matchup thrown in for good measure. 

Well, what are we waiting for!? This one’s brimming with value, so let’s get into it!

*An accumulator with these four bets pays at approximately 19/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

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7:45pm Glentoran v Carrick Rangers – Glentoran Win to Nil

TV: Sky Sports Main Event

The Glens get the Sky Sports treatment on Monday night as they host Carrick Rangers at The Oval, though they might wish the TV cameras had visited earlier in the season as they’ve allowed points slip in two of their last three outings.

Last week, they drew against Ballymena while league-leaders Linfield won away at Warrenpoint. Though they’ve a game in hand on the table toppers, that result leaves them eight points off the pace, and four points behind Cliftonville in second, who defeated Glentoran in their last home league game thanks to Rory Hale’s second-half strike.

They shouldn’t be too troubled by Carrick’s arrival though, as the visitors record on the road makes for painful reading. Five straight defeats on their travels makes the prospect of taking anything from this look slim, and two draws and seven losses in their last nine games underlines it.

The home side have conceded just once – that Cliftonville goal – in their last four games on their own turf, and won the other three games 1-0. They’re better than evens to Win to Nil against the 10th placed side in the league and we think that’s more than fair value.

8pm Las Palmas v Leganes – Result: The Draw

Leganes travel to Las Palmas looking to continue their recent good form which has seen them put light between themselves and the relegation zone.  The visitors arrive here unbeaten in their last eight in the league, with four wins and four draws while they’re also unbeaten in their last three away from home.  

The home side, on the other hand, are stuttering with just two wins in their last eight, drawing three and losing three. The hosts are struggling on their own turf, too, without a win in their last six at home, having drawn three and lost three. 

Las Palmas are favourites to take the three points but with Leganes in resurgent form we reckon they could get something from the game and we’re backing them to continue their unbeaten run. 

At a decent price, the smart money seems to be on The Draw here. 

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7pm Montenegro v Greece – Under 2.5 goals

TV: Sky Sports Red Button

Both sides come into this Balkan derby having failed to progress from their respective World Cup qualifying groups and looking to restore some national pride. 

Montenegro, in particular, are experiencing a torrid time with just one win in six and, going back even further, just one win in their last 11 in all competitions. That win came against Gibraltar, the whipping boys of their World Cup qualification group who finished bottom without a point. 

Greece, on the other hand, won their last match, a 1-0 win against Romania and have won three of their last six in all competitions, drawing two and losing one. 

Goals could be a scarcity in this one. That Gibraltar game aside, Montenegro have failed to score in four of their last six in all competitions while under 2.5 goals has registered in five of Greece’s last six encounters. 

On current form, and with neither scoring for fun, we don’t expect it to be a thriller. We reckon Greece will just edge this one but the smart money seems to be in the over/under market. We’re going with Under 2.5 goals. 


11:30pm Deportivo Pasto v La Equidad – Both Teams to Score

To round off our four-fold we take a trip to Colombia’s top-flight where the home team could find themselves dropping to the second division if their poor start to the Apertura phase of the league continues.

From their 12 games this season so far they’ve taken just two wins and a meagre eight goals – the second-lowest total in the division. 14 goals conceded isn’t great but should be cause for some hope as four of those came in their last home game, a 4-2 defeat to seventh-placed Independiente Santa Fe.

La Equidad are tenth but their last game, a 2-1 home win against Alianza Petrolera, ended a run of four games without a win.

Deportivo Pasto have made it difficult for mid-table sides this season despite their lowly position, and have scored in five of their last seven home games, with the two blanks coming against the first and second teams in the league. La Equidad have scored in five straight away from home, meaning Both Teams to Score carries some appeal here.

Monday accumulator tips

7pm Montenegro v Greece – Under 2.5 goals
7:45pm Glentoran v Carrick Rangers – Glentoran Win to Nil
8pm Las Palmas v Leganes – Result: The Draw
11:30pm Deportivo Pasto v La Equidad – Both Teams to Score

*An accumulator with these four bets pays at approximately 19/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

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