Ahead of Wednesday’s Premier League fixtures, we have picked out three games for an 11.5/1 accumulator – better yet, customers yet to register with Virgin Bet can get a £20 free bet to use across their platform.
Three legs make up our Wednesday accumulator, which has odds of roughly 11.5/1. A £10 stake would return around £125 (Odds subject to change).
Football Accumulator Tips
- Leeds United vs Chelsea – Romelu Lukaku to score anytime @ 6/4 on Virgin Bet
- Leicester City vs Norwich City – Leicester to win and both teams to score @ 17/10 on Virgin Bet
- Watford vs Everton – Everton to win @ 17/20 on Virgin Bet
- Combined odds for Wednesday accumulator – 11.5/1 on Virgin Bet
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Football Accumulator Betting Tips for Wednesday
Romelu Lukaku to score anytime @ 6/4 on Virgin Bet
To say the least, the 2021/22 season has been a rollercoaster for Chelsea and Romelu Lukaku alike. From openly criticising manager Thomas Tuchel’s system to returning just seven Premier League goals so far following a club record £97.5m fee, it’s been quite the journey.
However, the Belgian striker is back in goalscoring form after a quickfire brace in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Wolves and there is no better occasion for Lukaku to build momentum for Saturday’s FA Cup final than at Elland Road on Wednesday night.
Leeds United currently sit in the drop zone on goal difference, conceding a huge 74 goals so far this season which is the most by any team apart from Norwich City with 75.
Saturday’s brace was the first time Lukaku found the net in the Premier League during this calendar year, and the 28-year-old will be licking his lips when faced against a Leeds side who are all but doomed for relegation back to the Championship.
Leicester to win and both teams to score @ 17/10 on Virgin Bet
Leicester City will be searching for their first Premier League win in over a month when the Foxes host Norwich City on Wednesday night at the King Power Stadium.
The current FA Cup holders have fell to successive league defeats at the hands of Everton and Tottenham Hotspur in recent weeks but have a golden chance to regroup and pick themselves up against an already relegated Norwich.
Brendan Rodgers’ side came out on top in a 2-1 victory at Carrow Road earlier this season, when Jamie Vardy and Marc Albrighton found the back of the net in August.
Vardy, who started on the bench in Sunday’s loss to Everton, is expected to rejoin the starting eleven on Wednesday to replace either Kelechi Iheanacho or Patson Daka up front.
Leicester’s talisman has missed a large chunk of the campaign due to injury, but has still managed to reach double figures in league goals for the seventh consecutive season.
We predict an enjoyable day at the office for the Foxes, but one which will also see a close contest in the early part of the encounter.
Everton to win @ 17/20 on Virgin Bet
Frank Lampard’s Toffees are on the charge as they look to escape relegation by the skin of their teeth, following consecutive Premier League victories against Chelsea and Leicester City.
Everton sit in 16th place, just one point above Leeds United in 18th but still possess a vital game in hand against Crystal Palace that could all but secure their safety in England’s top flight.
The Merseyside outfit displayed a resilient act of character and determination in Sunday’s win against Leicester, managing to see out a 2-1 lead for over 60 minutes to take home all three points.
By measure of squad depth and quality, there is no reason why Everton should be embroiled in a relegation battle with teams such as Leeds and Burnley but unfortunate circumstances have troubled the Blues all season long.
Up against already relegated Watford, we predict a pleasant night in Hertfordshire for Lampard and the Toffees in a win that would be described as no less than priceless.