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Football Accumulator Tips for Sunday 14th June 2015

Football Accumulator Tips for Sunday’s Euro 2016 Qualifying and Copa America

Football accumulator tips for the Euro 2016 qualifying matches on Sunday 14th June 2015.

 

We carry on with the Euro 2016 qualifiers and Copa America this weekend and our Sunday accumulator tip comes in at around the 11/2 mark.

 

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Sunday’s Football Accumulator Tips:

 

England to beat Slovenia – 10/11

 

England remain well on course to make it to next summer’s European Championships and travel to Slovenia looking to maintain their 100% record in Group E. The visitors have won all five games so far; scoring 15 and conceding just once in the process highlighting how strong their form has been in recent months.

 

 

Slovenia are enjoying a decent campaign themselves and will be looking to continue their bid for qualification with an unexpected result on Sunday. The hosts sit second in the group level on points with Switzerland but did lose 3-1 to England in the previous fixture back in November.

 

Providing England are on the ball; they should prove too strong for the home side and can all but confirm their place in France next summer, making them the selection at a decent price.

 

Spain to beat Belarus – 3/10

 

Somewhat surprisingly Spain find themselves in second place in Group C, but with four wins from five they look on course to qualify for France 2016. They will be keen to avoid any further slip ups however and should confirm their superiority with a win over Belarus.

 

Spain have won their last three group games without conceding, and having beat Belarus 3-0 back in November; will be confident of a repeat result. The home side have lost three of their five games so far, with just four points to their name, and it’s unlikely they will make it out the group. Spain are clearly a class above their opposition here, and anything other than an away win will be a huge surprise.

 

Sweden to beat Montenegro – 4/9

 

Sweden head into their clash with Montenegro on Sunday in second place in Group G and with their unbeaten record still intact. Two wins and three draws have put them in a strong position to qualify for next summer’s championships, and they will be confident of increasing their chances of making it with a win here.

 

Sweden have picked up some decent results in a tough group, and home advantage could prove important after the sides drew 1-1 in November.

 

The visitors have struggled thus far with just one win from five which came against Moldova back in September. They have struggled in their away games to date giving the impression that the Sweden will take all three points this weekend.

 

Brazil to beat Peru – 1/4 

 

Brazil and Peru get their Copa America campaigns underway on Sunday with expectation as high as ever on the Brazilians. The Samba boys are one of the favourites for the competition and will be keen to put last summer’s disappointment behind them with a decent tournament this time around. Since defeat to Holland at the World Cup, Brazil have won all 10 games and are in red hot form with eight clean sheets along the way.

 

Peru meanwhile can only dream of a record like that, and ranked 61st in the world shouldn’t provide too much of a threat. There aren’t expected to qualify from the group and have had a mixed set of results coming into this one. Victory over Paraguay was followed by defeat to Venezuela and then a draw with Mexico, but this represents a big step up in class. With an array of stars at their disposal; Brazil should have more than enough quality to win this won.

 

Colombia to beat Venezuela – 4/9

 

The opening game of Group C sees Colombia meet Venezuela with talk that the former could be potential dark horses for the competition. After impressing at last summer’s World Cup, Colombia are expected to qualify with Brazil and should start their campaign with three points.

 

Colombia are unbeaten in seven matches winning six of those, and with a host of attacking talent on hand will cause their opponents numerous problems on Sunday. Ranked at a lowly 72; Venezuela have claimed narrow victories in three of their last four games, but a defeat to Jamaica highlights how venerable they will be here with Colombia the selection to take the points.   

 

Accumulator Odds – 11/2 with William Hill.

 

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