Super Sunday Horse Racing And Football Accumulator


13:50 Naas - Espoir D'Allen To Win

Our first horse of the afternoon comes from Naas in the Grade 3 Limestone Lad Hurdle where the Gavin Cromwell trained Espoir D'Allen runs for the third time this season and is looking to make it a hat trick of victories.

Last season as a novice hurdler he showed a lot of potential landing some really nice contests in Ireland and this season he has truly taken from where he left off.

On his seasonal debut he landed the Grade 3 Fishery Lane Hurdle beating some useful hurdlers from last season and showing that he is a horse to be taken seriously this season.

Next time out he stepped things up in the Grade 3 Irish Independent Hurdle landing this race in good style again fending off highly talented competitors making him a talented gelding.

This time out he is back in a Grade 3 and again against smart individuals but for how progressive he has been this season and the overall target from his trainer is to head to the Cheltenham Champion Hurdle, he is a horse to be feared this weekend.

Tottenham To Win

The first football selection of the Super Sunday Accumulator see's Tottenham travel to Selhurst Park to play Crystal Palace in the FA Cup and we are going with Spurs to qualify for the next round of the competition.

Spurs even though being knocked out of the League Cup on Thursday night to Chelsea and suffering some serious injury problems are a very tough team to beat.

Palace aren't in a bad run of form picking up some good results and putting in some good efforts against the bigger teams this season but with potentially resting players and spurs having no choice than to play a full strength team, we fancy spurs.

14:20 Naas - Ballyward To Place

The last horse of the day also comes from Naas in the Grade 3 Novice Chase over 3 miles and we have gone with the Willie Mullins trained Ballyward to place.

This seven year old put in a career best performance last time out when getting pipped on the line at Punchestown in a beginners chase and he looks like a real improver.

He is going up against the horse he finished behind last time out but he can come on for that run and under the master that is Willie Mullins with Ruby Walsh on board he won't be far away.

Chelsea -1

The last match of the day see's Sheffield Wednesday travel down south to play Premier League Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in a game that should be a formality for the Blues.

Chelsea are coming into this match in a rich vein of form beating London Rivals Spurs to see themselves into the final of the League Cup whilst also sitting in fourth position in the league three points clear.

Sheffield Wednesday have struggled this season and although they have been better of late and sit a much more respectable 16th, the class of Chelsea should overwhelm them and this bet for Chelsea to win by 2 goals is the best value.