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Win Big With TheODDSbible's Boxing Day Acca

Joshua Jones in  theoddsbible

Christmas is over so what better way to make the most of Boxing Day than to win a f*ckload of money at the bookies?

BetVictor are currently running an offer where if you stake £10 on an acca, they'll give you a £10 free bet to spend on another acca until New Year's Eve!

Here's where we're taking advantage of it...

Arsenal v West Brom

Arsenal to Win and Over 2.5 Goals - 9/10

Arsene Wenger's men need a win and they need it fast. After an awful week which saw them drop 6 points from winning positions, they will be desperate to pick up the full 3 points against West Brom.

The Baggies have been playing well recently so we wouldn't be at all surprised to see them score a goal, but we fancy Arsenal to bag 2 or 3.

Arsenal win and over 2.5 goals will be our bet here.

Burnley v Middlesbrough

Burnley Lead Anytime - evens

Despite their atrocious away form, Burnley have led in six of their last eight home games, and it should have been seven considering how close they came against Arsenal.

Middlesbrough on the other hand, despite not conceding many, have only kept two clean sheets in their last 16 competitive away games - dating back to February. We fancy Burnley to take advantage of their form at Turf Moor and take the lead over Boro here.

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Chelsea v Bournemouth

Chelsea to win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 - 17/10

Chelsea are on the warpath this season, winning eleven consecutive games and opening up a six point gap at the top of the Premier League.

Bournemouth are one of the division's worst away sides with five points in eight games, and they've conceded 14 times in six away from the South Coast.

Chelsea are the Premier League's best home side, with 21 points in their eight games at Stamford Bridge. They've won their last three 1-0 and six of their least eight by one of these scorelines.

Leicester City v Everton

Over 2.5 Goals - 20/21

Both of these sides have struggled for consistency this season, and the main issue for the pair of them appears to be defending.

Despite being rock solid last season, there have been 20 goals in Leicester's last 5 home games, and 16 goals in Everton's last 5 away games. Goals look a certainty here, with neither side comfor jjjtable at the back, and both sides looking for the 3 points, so we're gonna take over 2.5 here.

Manchester United v Sunderland.

Manchester United Over 2.5 Team Goals - 9/10

Manchester United appear to have found their feet lately, unbeaten in 10 games now, and manager Jose Mourinho finally appears to have settled on something close to his best 11.

Sunderland conceded 3 goals last time on the road, away at Swansea, with Zlatan in great form, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan expected to return from injury, we like the chances of Manchester United to repeat that feat, and score over 2.5 themselves at 9/10.

Swansea v West Ham

West Ham/Draw Double Chance - 4/7

Ignoring their last two home games - which were absolutely insane and nobody would have really predicted - Swansea have been dreadful. Until the 5-4 win over Crystal Palace, they hadn't won a home game since May.

West Ham, on the other hand, have only lost one of their last five Premier League games, including two draws from their last two away from home.

A draw looks plausible at a higher price, but we don't see West Ham losing. 4/7 on double chance is good enough to go for.

£10 on our sixfold returns a whopping £600 at BetVictor, plus a free £10 for another acca!

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