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ACCA ATTACK: Away team’s the theme in our monster five-fold

| 26.08.2016

The weekend is fast approaching and that means it’s time to start thinking about putting those accumulators on. Thankfully, we’re on hand to help you out.

As Britain backs in glorious sunshine, we’re hoping we’ll be basking in glorious success with our latest football picks as we go on the Acca Attack!

The collective might of the Ladbrokes News team, plus a few suggestions from our Social squad have come together for this attempt at punting glory.

The result? Five away wins to produce a seriously eye-catching 267/1 five-fold that you NEED to get on!

Here are your selections…

Richard Marsh – Stoke to beat Everton

I know the odds don’t suggest this is likely, but Stoke need to buck up their ideas following the home drubbing by Man City.

Mark Hughes’ men have form at Goodison Park as well, winning their last two visits and I’m still not too convinced that Ronald Koeman has sorted the Toffees’ defensive issues from last season.

Alex Apati – Bournemouth to beat Crystal Palace

I’m backing the Cherries to nick this one.

Both sides are in need of a win but I think Alan Pardew really has his work cut out with Palace – who are yet to score a goal this season.

Last time Bournemouth visited Selhurst Park, they won 2-1, I’d also be tempted to go for that same scoreline.

Dave Burin – St Johnstone to win at Inverness

Inverness have had a difficult start to the campaign and are yet to pick up a point.

St Johnstone however have won three of their last five games, and after winning their last two against the Caley Jags, I’m backing them to make it a third win in three meetings with the Highlanders.

Charlie Zazzera – Norwich to beat Birmingham

Unbeaten Norwich are sitting pretty at the sharp end, and thumped Coventry for six in the EFL Cup in midweek.

Birmingham may sit mid-table, but only one of their five points have come at home, so I’m fancying the Canaries to grab the win.

Daniel Davies – Liverpool to beat Tottenham

Liverpool’s recent record against Spurs has been excellent and week-to-week form with Klopp’s side seems nothing to go by.

I expect Tottenham’s Liverpool hoodoo to continue, with goals galore!

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.