Acca Attack: Our 35/1 five-fold has something for everyone
The weekend is upon us and as well as enjoying that Friday feeling we’re also looking ahead to another treasure trove of football action.
All of which leads us to our latest Acca Attack!
And in a new twist, the collective might of the Ladbrokes News team has been enlisted for this attempt at punting glory.
The result? An eye-catching 35/1 five-fold that you NEED to get on!
Here are your selections…
Richard Marsh – Swansea to beat Hull
The Tigers gave a superhuman performance to beat Leicester last time out.
But I can’t see them repeating that in Wales. Swansea held on well against Burnley on the opening day and I fancy they’ll bring Hull back down to Earth with a bump.
Alex Apati – Arsenal to beat Leicester
I fancy Arsenal here.
Yes, the Gunners are currently weak at the back but I think Leicester could still be suffering from the shock of last week’s defeat at Hull and that’s something Arsenal’s forward players can take advantage of.
Plus, Arsene Wenger’s league record against the Foxes is incredible, having not lost in 18 meetings.
William Geldart – Luton to beat Stevenage
The League Two table toppers look set to gain revenge for last season’s 1-0 reverse at Kenilworth Road and put their Hertfordshire neighbours to the sword.
The Hatters have made a cracking start to the season, going four unbeaten in all competitions.
On the other hand, Stevenage are winless in five league games and were thumped 3-0 by Leyton Orient in midweek.
Dave Burin – Ross County to beat Kilmarnock
The Staggies have won their last six games against Killie, including a thumping 4-0 win at Rugby Park last season.
Coming off the back of an impressive 3-2 win at Highland rivals Inverness Caledonian Thistle, County are in impressive form.
On the flipside, their beleaguered opponents have already been bested by lower league opposition twice this season.
Christian Crowther – Accrington Stanley to beat Exeter
The Grecians are propping up the entire Football League and thanks to a crippling injury crisis to key men, things are unlikely to get better when the Devon side make the long trip to Accrington.
Stanley beat Exeter 4-2 at the Wham Stadium last season and were winners on home soil on the opening day.
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