Fulham, Norwich, Middlesbrough, Birmingham & 4 More Picks To Win A 520/1 Accumulator

Eight football bets for this weekend that could make your Christmas shop eight times less migraine inducing...
Publish date:
Updated on


Fulham to beat Everton, Boro to reign victorious at Charlton, and Arsenal defeaters Schalke to repeat the trick away to Hoffenheim, and Norwich to sneak Stoke...

Not long to Christmas and I'm desperate to escape the scrum and get into the sun.

To do this I’m smashing into some multiple action for some low stake, yet big win action on the football this weekend.

This week I’m going to mix it up with some Prem and Euro action to make it interesting.

1 – 1


 up Fulham to keep the goals flowing, they have scored 6 in 3, and sneak a cheeky win against Everton.

2 – Schalke to win away from home at Hoffenheim, something they shouldn’t have a problem with. They beat


away from home with ease, and face a Hoffenheim side who have only won once so far this season.

3 – Birmingham to welcome Big Mick to the Championship with a defeat against his new club Ipswich.

4 -  Middlesborough are on a great run of form and have very generous odds to beat


away from home - The Addicks have the third worst home form in the Championship this season.

5- Norwich to sneak a home win against

Stoke City


6 – PSG to win against St Etienne as PSG are just running away it right now. Plus are worth backing for the

Champions League

, with a view to lay later on down the line.

7 – Juventus to continue their unbeaten record and make it 50 against a very poor Inter Milan side away from home.

8 – Lastly

Atletico Madrid

play away to Valencia which should be a tasty game on Saturday night ( should be the 9pm game on Sky Sports) and I fancy them to beat Valencia. Or more to the point Falco to outscore Valencia to wrap things up nicely.

I placed the 8 team accumulator this morning on Betfair and got odds of 520/1 which should help pay for my December holiday in the sun.

Be lucky folks!

Check out these great football reads...

When We Were Good: Charlton Athletic, Christmas 2003

The Charlton Fan’s Season Preview: Dale Stephens Can Be The Pirlo Of The Championship

Dale Stephens: Why Charlton Must Build Their team Around The Aston Villa Target

The World Shrugs As Berbatov Departs For Fulham

Louis Saha Recounts Memories Of Fulham And The Mistake That Nearly Ended It All…

Fulham: Keep The Smile On Berbatov's Face And You'll Be In For A Treat

Jack Butland: Brave, Mature, Talented And Perfect For Everton Or Southampton

Everton: Playing Pienaar In Centre-Midfield Handed QPR The Initiative

Everton: Watch Tommy “Der Hammer” Hitzlsperger Pelt In Screamers From 30 Yards

Phil Jagielka: Everton’s Defensive Stalwart Is Perfect For England

Arsenal: Walcott, Walcott, Walcott, Walcott, Sign Da Ting: The Song

Per Mertesacker: How Arsenal’s BFG Proved The Critics Wrong

Played In His Correct Position, Arshavin Proves He Can Still be Arsenal’s Creative Spark

Gnabry & Eisfeld: Why Arsenal’s Future Is German

Norwich Fans’ Season Preview: Holtzilla Needs To Go Off Like A Rocket

Norwich City Fans Should Get In A Lather About Their New Gazza Jacob Butterfield

Wes Hoolahan: The Lampard Lite That Can Get Norwich City Flying

Click here for more stories on Football and Sport

Click here to follow Sabotage Times on Twitter

Click here to follow Sabotage Times on Facebook