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Football Accumulator Tips for Sunday 3rd May 2015

Weekend football accumulator tips for Sunday 3rd May’s action in search of a 7/1 coupon win this weekend.


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Football Accumulator Tips – 3rd May 2015.


Chelsea to beat Crystal Palace – 4/11


Following their 3-1 win over Leicester City in midweek, Chelsea are just one win away from claiming their first Premier League title since 2010 and a home fixture against Crystal Palace presents them with the perfect opportunity to wrap it up this weekend.


With seven wins and three draws from their last 10 games, they are in formidable form and are still yet to lose at Stamford Bridge this season where they have only failed to win three times.


Their opponents have suffered a couple of disappointing home defeats in recent weeks, their first real dip in form since the arrival of Alan Pardew. Thankfully for the Eagles they are safe for another season and head into this fixture with a decent away record having picked up four wins from their five.


They certainly won’t be a push over for the Blues, but given what’s at stake for the home side, they have to be the selection.


Preston to beat Colchester – 6/10


A huge game that will have implications for both the top and bottom of League 1 sees Preston visit Colchester with plenty at stake for both sides.


Preston head into the weekend knowing that a win will see them secure automatic promotion to the Championship, and given the form they are in; they will be fully confident they can get the job done.


They haven’t lost any of their last 15 games and will be going all out to record a third successive victory that will leave them celebrating come full time.


Their opponents are also in desperate need of a win and failure to do so will almost certainly result in relegation to League 2. Despite a recent improvement in results, Colchester have only won one of their last five, and face a monumental battle for the three points given what’s on the line for Preston.


They are unbeaten at home in four games which will give them some hope, but even a win might not be good enough depending on the other results involving teams around them.


Anything can happen on the final day, but one of these sides looks certain to be left disappointed come Sunday evening, and given the gulf in class between the teams this season, Preston are the selection to grab the win and seal promotion.


Leyton Orient to beat Swindon – 7/5


Another of League One’s sides who face a must win game are Leyton Orient who know anything less than three points will condemn them to relegation.


Two points adrift of safety they certainly aren’t in the best form heading into their clash with fourth place Swindon, but they can take confidence in the poor recent run of form their opponents are also on.


Whatever happens Swindon will finish the season in fourth, and having guaranteed themselves a playoff place’ may well rest a number of their first-team squad which could prove vital to Orient’s chances of survival.


The home side have failed to win any of their last four, and have stuttered to the end of the season after looking likely to gain automatic promotion.


The visitors have just two wins from their last 10, and none in their last five; hardly the confidence booster heading into a vital game. But knowing they have to win could lead to a change in fortunes as they bid to avoid the drop, and they might just be worth taking a chance on given Swindon will already have their eyes firmly set on the playoffs.


PSG to beat Nantes – 4/11


PSG have finally put a decent run of form together that has them looking like retaining the Ligue 1 title once again after an inconsistent start to the season. Their 6-1 demolition of Lille was followed by another victory over Metz in midweek that means they remain three points clear of Lyon with just four games remaining.


Five straight wins leaves them in good shape as they travel to mid-table Nantes, and another win is expected this weekend. The home side have only won one of their last five games, but their home form has been solid with three wins from five.


A visit of the reigning champions does however present an entirely different proposition for Nantes, and given the importance of a win for PSG, it’s hard to see them leaving with anything less than three points.


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