The Sportsman's Weekend Accumulator: Coutinho, Stockport And Giants To Produce

Can we land a big one this weekend?
17:00, 11 Aug 2022

The Sportsman is back for another weekend accumulator and this time, we’ve got our experts on the case. We’ve taken a look across the sports taking place this weekend to come up with four selections for your weekend accumulator. Here’s our quadrant of selections to tickle your fancy. 

Aston Villa vs Everton - Premier League (Saturday, August 13, 12.30pm)

Philippe Coutinho to score anytime (2/1) - Seb Parkinson

The most quintessential 3pm Premier League kick off you'll ever not want to see unless you're a fan of either club is strangely the early kick off on Saturday, meaning that if you follow this tip and it loses, you're buggered for the rest of the acca, so I'll keep it simple. Philippe Coutinho to score anytime is 2/1 with Betfred.

Salford Red Devils vs Huddersfield Giants - Betfred Super League (Saturday, August 13, 1pm)

Huddersfield Giants to beat Salford Red Devils with a -2.5 start (20/21) - Kris Voakes

Salford are on a roll, having scored 32 or more points in three successive home games, but former coach Ian Watson and his high-flying Huddersfield side are in town on Saturday. Take the Giants to edge it in a tight one. The handicap is well placed at 2.5, but Huddersfield should have enough to overcome that.


Manchester Originals vs Trent Rockets - The Hundred (Saturday, August 13, 2.45pm)

Manchester Originals top run scorer Jos Buttler (21/10) - Ryan Wood

Jos Buttler is one of England's most destructive batsmen and, after smashing 59 from 41 balls last time out, I'm backing the man who shares my exact birthday to top score for Manchester Originals this weekend. Buttler showed his destructive reputation in this year's IPL, scoring over 600 runs at a strike rate of over 150. He smashed three centuries, the most ever in an IPL season - a record shared with Virat Kohli.

Stockport County vs Colchester United - League Two (Saturday, August 13, 3pm) 

Stockport County to beat Colchester United (4/6) - Simon Lillicrap

The fact that County have lost their first two league games does nothing to deter me from the opinion that they are one of the best teams in the fourth tier this term. They went 3-0 to Barrow in their opener before clawing it back to 3-2 and then lost thanks to goals in the 88th and 95th minute with ten men to Stevenage. 

But they bounced back with a win in the League Cup in midweek and the 4/6 on them to bag their first three points of the season looks smart. County won’t be kept down for long under Dave Challinor and this weekend they can get their season up and running. 

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