The Sportsman's 16/1 Weekend Acca Including Boxing, Football, F1 And Rugby League

The Sportsman's accumulator makes its long-awaited return
16:05, 29 Jul 2022

It has been a long time since we last put one of these together but The Sportsman’s acca is back! Below we've put together a 16/1 four-fold accumulator encompassing the best of the weekend's sporting action, including rugby league, boxing, football and the Hungarian Grand Prix.  

Odds courtesy of Betfred*

Ryan Wood - Peterborough United to beat Cheltenham Town, 13/10 (Sat 30th, 3pm)

Our very own EFL expert Simon Lillicrap has predicted Peterborough to secure a play-off spot this season, with Cheltenham to be relegated, so this one is straightforward in my eyes. Grant McCann knows how to get out of the league and I predict a free-scoring Posh side to kick their season off with all three points at The Johnny-Rocks Stadium.

Kris Voakes - Catalans Dragons (-5.5) to beat Leeds Rhinos, 5/6 (Sat 30th, 6pm)

Catalans have been going through a rough patch but their 13-12 win over Huddersfield last time out was a much-needed win, while Leeds' response to a shock loss in Toulouse was a magnificent hammering over Wigan Warriors. But their return to France sees them take on a Dragons side they haven't beaten away since 2017 and the Rhinos ought to be at least six points worse than their third-placed hosts.


Joey Mills - Chris Billam-Smith to beat Isaac Chamberlain via decision, 6/5 (Sat 30th, 10pm)

This weekend's European and Commonwealth title clash between Chris Billam-Smith and Isaac Chamberlain looks evenly-poised, more so than the betting lines would perhaps have you believe. But Billam-Smith is the favourite for a reason, look for him to win a decision at 6/5 against an opponent who has never been stopped.

Simon Lillicrap - Charles Leclerc to take pole position, 5/6 (Sun 31st, 2pm)

Charles Leclerc has proven on several occasions that when it comes to a one-lap shootout, his Ferrari is the quickest on track. He's bagged pole position in 7 of the 12 Grands Prix so far, and given Max Verstappen only has two to his name, the stats are on his side. I'm keen to steer clear of the race itself given Leclerc's and Ferrari's unpredictability on a Sunday, but I'm happy to take 5/6 for him to take pole position. He did it in France last time out, and he should do it again.

This accumulator is priced at 16/1.

*18+ | BeGambleAware | Odds Subject To Change

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