From Anthony Joshua to Cristiano Ronaldo, The Sportsman’s 2187/1 Accumulator

The Sportsman team have picked out an accumulator from the weekend's football and boxing
14:15, 23 Sep 2021

The weekend is fast approaching which can only mean one thing, The Sportsman’s weekly accumulator is back! Here is this week’s 2187/1 acca by The Sportsman staff with odds courtesy of Betfred.

West Ham United to beat Leeds United and BTTS (11/4) – Conor Keane

West Ham are one of the more exciting teams to watch in the Premier League. David Moyes’ side is well-balanced but with plenty of players with flair and quality. They will be boosted by the return of striker Michail Antonio who is the Hammers’ obvious main goal threat, and he will cause a handful of problems for Marcelo Bielsa’s defence who are yet to keep a clean sheet in the league. I expect West Ham to come away from Elland Road with another three points on the board.

Cristiano Ronaldo to score and Manchester United to win (EVS) – Joey Mills

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Ronaldo has brought goals galore to Old Trafford since joining from Juventus in the summer. The Portuguese superstar has scored in each of his first three games back at his old club. Smart money says he will do it again on Saturday, inspiring United to a win in the process.

Anthony Joshua to beat Oleksandr Usyk on points (11/4) – Joey Mills

‘AJ’ has looked more cautious since losing his titles to Andy Ruiz in 2019. Joshua has boxed off the back foot in his two fights since, and against the Ukrainian danger man he is likely to do so again. Look for ‘AJ’ to use his superior reach to take home a competitive decision win.

Brentford to draw with Liverpool (10/3) – Megan Fitzpatrick

There is no denying that Liverpool are a tough outfit but I believe Brentford will challenge them on Saturday. Brentford are going into this game on the back of a 7-0 victory in the League Cup where they rested star players like Ivan Toney, who can pose a threat to the Reds' backline. A draw would be a shock for Liverpool but Brentford's resilience against Wolves proved that they know how to manage a game.

Stoke City to win to nil against Hull City (11/8) – Kris Voakes

Hull City beat Preston North End 4-1 away from home on the opening day of the season. Since then they have scored once and conceded 11. Aside from last week's defeat to Derby County, Stoke are in a fair lick of form and they will be buoyed by their midweek Carabao Cup win over Premier League Watford.

Ismaila Sarr to score and Watford to beat Newcastle United (16/5) – Conor Keane

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The Watford camp will be brimming with confidence following their 3-1 victory over Norwich City last week, where speedy winger Ismaila Sarr scored a brace. I fancy his chances to get on the scoresheet again this week as they welcome struggling Newcastle to Vicarage Road. 

Forest Green Rovers to beat Tranmere Rovers (4/5) – Simon Lillicrap

I've been incredibly impressed with FGR so far this season and the League Two table toppers look like they will certainly make it out of the division this term. Tranmere meanwhile have been hit and miss under Micky Mellon and although I expect them to improve as the season progresses, I'm backing Mark Cooper's men to continue their impressive goalscoring start to the campaign here. 

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