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The Big Balls.ie Weekend Accumulator Is Here

The Big Balls.ie Weekend Accumulator Is Here
By Donny Mahoney

Another big weekend of sport has arrived, and with it, another weekend of accumulator chasing. These are the 7 bets we are chasing across the GAA, rugby, football and cycling this weekend.

  1. Chelsea -1 vs Swansea (11/4) Now that Swansea have some breathing room from the relegation zone, they can go back to bottling games again.
  2. Grenoble first half/second half (8/11) We don't feel great betting against Connacht, but we need to face facts here. Like the titular dead fellow of the 80's film franchise, 'Weekend at Bernie's will be painful for Connacht.
  3. Leicester to beat Sunderland 1-0 (6/1). First rule of gambling --- don't bet against a streak. If ever a Leicester 1-0 seemed destined to be a Leicester 1-0, it's Sunderland away.
  4. Juve to win at the San Siro (11/10) Don't know much about Italian football, but do that Juve at 11/10 to win is worth a punt.
  5. Wasps -7 to Exeter (evens). Our biggest call of the weekend. Wasps are at home and are in rude form. Exeter are second in the Premiership but we fancy a Wasps win.
  6. Dublin -4 vs Donegal (evens) Given the fact that Dublin beat Donegal by 6 the last time these teams met, and Donegal's league has been derailed, we would like to thank the bookies for the opportunity to back Dublin -4.
  7. Peter Sagan to win Paris-Roubaix (11/4)- the biggest call of the weekend. Surely the sentimental bet for all cycling fans. Rain is promised on the cobblestones. Sagan won in Flanders this spring. An omen, surely.

2 quid gets your 2800 euro. Get on it.

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