#OCWinAcca 23/12/17 & Reasons For Bet

#OCWinAcca 23/12/17 & Reasons For Bet

#OCWinAcca 23/12/17 & Reasons For Bet

This Saturday (22nd December) there’s a jam-packed festive football fixture list to look forward too! There’s action from all of England’s leagues, while it’s also the last set of games in Italy and Spain before they go on their annual winter break. We’ve picked out this win acca for the day’s football. A direct link to the bet along with reasons for each selection can be found below!

#OCWinAcca – 23/12/17

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Reasons For Bet

Selection One – Wolves (Wolves vs Ipswich)

  • Wolves lead the Championship by four points after looking impressive so far this season.
  • Wolves are unbeaten in their last eight games, winning seven of those fixtures.
  • Ipswich have lost 3 of their last five away games

Selection Two – Man United (Leicester vs Man United)

  • Man United will have been disappointed to exit in the League Cup in midweek at the hands of Bristol City. However, this game will be the perfect opportunity to get back to winning ways, key-man David De Gea was rested for that game but he’ll be as crucial as ever when they look for a win here.
  • United are undefeated in their last seven fixtures with Leicester (all competitions), winning five and drawing twice.
  • Leicester went all the way to penalties in their defeat Man City on Tuesday, a game that will have taken a lot out of the players both mentally and physically.

Selection Three – Leeds (Leeds vs Hull)

  • Hull have struggled this season following on from last season’s relegation from the Premier League. They’ve won just three of their last 15 games
  • Leeds have won four of their last six games, they haven’t lost at home since October. Seventh-placed Leeds can move into the play-off places with a win here.

Selection Four – Blackburn (Northampton vs Blackburn)

  • Blackburn are undefeated in their last ten games, having won seven of those fixtures
  • Northampton have lost three of their last five games, and are in 20th place in the League One table

Selection Five – Peterborough (Peterborough vs Bury)

  • Rock-bottom of the table Bury have won just twice in their last eleven games. Losing seven of those matches
  • Play-off chasing Peterborough have only lost once in their last six games, which was a narrow 3-2 defeat to Blackburn

Selection Six – Bradford (Wimbledon vs Bradford)

  • Wimbledon have struggled this season, they’re currently second-bottom of League One. They’ve won just one of their last seven games
  • Bradford have looked solid once again this season, they’re 4th in the table. The Bantams have won five of their last seven games