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Hipster Tipster: PSV among teams to back on the quiet

| 08.08.2014

Everyone knows that the weekend means football, but with Saturdays set aside for beard cultivation, artisanal bread and craft beer, the hipster tipster has put together a four-fold taking place on what others see as the day of rest.

While the tabloid junkies salivate over the prospects of another Community Shield, there is plenty more meaningful action taking place across the world, with this four-fold paying out at over 76/1.

A £10 stake on the following acca, which takes in games from Brazil, Belgium and Holland, could return a whopping £778.69.

Go Ahead Eagles v Groningen – 4+ goals @ 31/20

Groningen are unbeaten in 10 competitive matches, winning nine of those ties, while the Eagles have lost eight of their last 11.

As such it’s tempting to just back the visitors for the win at 6/4 but with 19 goals smashed in the last four meetings between the two the better price of 31/20 makes more appeal.

With midfield maestro Michael de Leeuw looking to better his 11 goals from last season this could be the game of the day in Holland.

PSV to beat Willem II and both teams to score @ 19/10

PSV have so far managed to keep hold of World Cup star Memphis Depay and even if he is somehow lured away before Sunday, Eindhoven should have too much for their hosts.

Five of the last six meetings between these two sides have seen both sides score in PSV victories and the chance to almost treble your money on the same outcome here looks too good to turn down.

Club Brugge to beat Zulte Waregem to nil @ 29/10

Belgian giants Brugge beat Zulte 2-0 last time the two sides met and current form suggests a repeat is on the cards.

Brugge have won their last four games without conceding a goal, while their hosts this weekend have conceded in eight of their last nine fixtures and won just twice in nine league outings.

Fluminese (-1) to beat Coritiba @ 17/10

This one looks a sure thing on paper. Fluminese have won four on the bounce without conceding, while their visitors on Sunday have lost three of their last four and failed to score in each of those fixtures.

To enhance belief, Fluminese have also scored two or more goals in five of their last six matches.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.