Enhanced-multiple hunting punters needn’t look beyond the confines of bwin.com to sate their accumulator-placing needs this Sunday, with a deluge of boosted bets on offer for their loyal patrons.
Of the smorgasbord to select from, the best Combi+ available has to be the 11/2 about Celtic, Newcastle and Manchester City coming out on top in their matches with Inverness, Tottenham and West Ham respectively.
With two of three teams at home and the only traveller the runaway leader of the Scottish Premiership, it’s a wager that has excellent potential to land, with some of the factors as to why it will outlined below:
Celtic to beat Inverness CT @ 33/100
The sides may have ground out a stalemate when they met in league action a fortnight ago, but the Bhoys have been imperious when contesting domestic cup games so they must be fancied to prevail in this Scottish FA Cup semi.
Across this competition and the Scottish League Cup, they’ve conceded just one goal in eight matches, winning each they kept a clean sheet in.
Cally haven’t been anywhere near as impressive, scraping past St Mirren via a replay and seeing off Partick Thistle and Raith Rovers by single-goal margins.
Ronny Deila’s troops have won four of six meetings with this foe without conceding and must be fancied to do so again.
Newcastle to beat Spurs @ 23/10
Few sides are playing as poorly as Newcastle of late, but if their performance against Liverpool last time is anything to go by, their free-falling situation cannot be pinned on a lack of effort.
This being the case, they stand a good chance of beating a Spurs side absolutely shattered from an intense season of Mauricio Pochettino’s high-pressing and fitness drills.
The Lilywhites haven’t so much as scored in three of their last four, failing to bag at Burnley on their previous road trip, while Aston Villa shut them out when visiting White Hart Lane last weekend.
Both are currently worse off than John Carver’s men, who beat Spurs in the corresponding league fixture, so it stands to reason they can compete.
Man City to beat West Ham @ 7/25
Manuel Pellegrini’s charges are another who are set to snap a woeful run of form with West Ham in town.
They’ve won six straight Premier League clashes with the east Londoners at the Etihad, where their aggregate score across the last three league matches this season reads 10-0.
The Hammers have lost four of six and won one league game since mid-January; they’re ripe for the picking.