Your 75/1 Nothing Can Go Wrong Acummulator

Your 75/1 Nothing Can Go Wrong Acummulator
Eugene Fogarty
By Eugene Fogarty
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There is a lot of sport going on around the world this weekend, and nowhere more so than in Dublin, where the All-Ireland final takes place in Croke Park.

The All-Ireland Final


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Dublin v Mayo

Much of the talk of the last couple of weeks is how it's going to be a close game that could go either way and it will come down to the bounce of a ball, but all common sense points to Mayo win. The have the better defence and have been pretty potent in front of goal this summer so expect them to edge the Dubs out in what will be a tight one. Recommended Bet: Mayo Half Time/Full Time 11/4

Premier League

Newcastle v Hull City

Newcastle take on Hull City at St James' Park on Saturday afternoon. Two confidence boosting wins, the inspired form of Hatem Ben Arfa and home advantage should swing the way of Alan Pardew's team, with or without Loic Remy. Recommendation- Newcastle Win 3/4

West Bromich v Sunderland

Also on Saturday at 3pm. the bottom two teams, and only two teams without a victory, West Brom and Sunderland, go head to head at The Hawthorns. Sunderland seem to be in freefall, and despite their decent attacking efforts at Arsenal last week they are still a mess at the back. For all West Brom's misfortune so far this season, their new arrivals will want to put on a good show at home and their last minute equaliser last Saturday at Fulham will have done them the world of good. Recommendation- West Brom Win 11/10

Crystal Palace v Swansea

Palace and the Swans don't play until Sunday afternoon but that still isn't much of a turnaround for Swansea, who are fresh off the back of a 3-0 win in Valencia last night, and their 2-2 draw with Liverpool was only on Monday. Crystal Palace may have only three points from their first four games but they've deserved better than that and expect them to pick up three more on Sunday. Recommendation- Crystal Palace Win 11/5



Chicago Bears @ Pittsburgh Steelers

So far this season, the Bears are 2-0 and the Steelers are yet to win a game. This Pittsburgh team are lacking the offensive weapons of years past and Chicago seem to have gotten off to their traditionally good start which will no doubt crumble in a few weeks, but not quite yet. Recommendation- Chicago Bears Win 5/7

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