Two Accumulators on Sunday's Serie A Gameweek 2 fixtures

Accumulator bet on Italian Serie A Gameweek 1 fixtures scheduled on Sunday 20 August 2017.


Accumulator bet on Italian Serie A Gameweek 1 fixtures scheduled on Sunday 20 August 2017.


Second gameweek in the top Italian league.

Very high odds on Sunday but at the same time fixtures are not so easy to decipher.

We made 2 accumulators: a six-fold one with decent odds and a brave five-fold one with high odds.


Six fold accumulator on Gameweek 2

Six-fold Accumulator on Serie A fixtures Gameweek 2


Milan started the season by scoring a lot of goals constantly and should be so even on Sunday when they meet Cagliari at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium.  Milan to score between 2 to 4 goals is very likely and they are very favourite to get the three points here but odds for the home win are too low to be considered in our acca.


Napoli are going on playing a beautiful football, almost perfect especially when attacking.

Atalanta lost a lot of players in the transfer window and new ones still need time to find an harmony.

Home win expectable here.


Torino should have the best against Sassuolo. They were unlucky in the previous gameweek when they only obtained a draw in Bologna (Torino were not given a valid goal scored by Berenguer) but we believe Belotti&co have everything to win on their debut on home soil against Sassuolo that lost two key players such as Defrel and Pellegrini who both joined Roma.


Goals expected in Florence where Fiorentina meet Sampdoria. Home side have lost too many key players and their roster is much weaker than previous season. Better to avoid to bet on the home win as odds are too low and nodoby said they will have the best here.

Sampdoria started good by beating 2-1 Benevento and Quagliarella looks already on a good form after the 2 goals scored.


Both Crotone-Verona and Spal-Udinese have good odds for the double chance in and we happily add them into our acca.


Five fold accumulator on Gameweek 2

Five-fold acca on Serie A Gameweek 2


Yeah this five fold acca is very aggressive but has a sense.

Milan are showing great things so far: good organization and mainly a lot of goals scored each match, while Cagliari usually struggle when playing away as showed in the whole past season.


Napoli could feel a bit of fatigue in the second half vs Atalanta after they played in Nice few days ago.

Sarri will ask his men to find the opener goal in the first half in order to keep the control of the game for the rest of the match.


Chievo-Lazio was a 1-1 draw in the past season: a similar outcome is on the cards again.

Home side showed a good physical condition in gameweek 1 and have notoriously a solid defense, especially on home soil while Lazio struggled against SPAL on last week because visitors adopted a very defensive gamestyle and Biancocelesti indeed were unable to score.

Lazio can not count on Felipe Anderson who got an little injury during the week and that is a blow considering also that Keita is unavaiable after the dispute with club's managers.


Fiorentina-Sampdoria is tough but considering that home side have lost 7 players who were firmly in the Starting XI of the past season we don not feel like betting on the home win.

Also visitors have lost 3 important players such as Skriniar, Bruno Fernandes, Muriel and soon the skilled youngster Schick will join Roma or Inter, but in our opinion they have everything to get away Artemio Franchi Stadium with 1 point.

Home side will line up a lot of new signings, who are clearly unexperienced to play the top italian league and probably need time to adapt.

A draw could be the right outcome in a match where goals are expected.

It is not going to be an amusing fixture, we'd rather expect a lot of fould in the midfield.


Spal-Udinese is another tough fixture but we are confident home side can achieve a nice win here and there are reasons who led us choose the home side.

First of all they did good in Roma against Lazio one week ago: they kept a defensive approach and limited Lazio's constant attacks for the whole time.

There is a lot of enthusiasm for their debut on home soil after 43 years from the last time in Serie A.

Spal just signed Marco Borriello who will probably assure something like 15 goals in the season and the rest of the starting line up is fullfilled with young players who have already some experience in the Serie A.

Udinese, instead , have lost a lot of players, among all the striker Duvan Zapata and can not count on the best player of the roster (Cyril Thereau) who is injured.

Paolo Mazza Stadium will be full and supporters will encourage their guys for the whole time.

It is not going to be easy for Udinese that showed a clear defensive disorganisation  against Chievo on home soil seven days ago.

Home win has very high odds and we take it.


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