Sunday's Football And Horse Racing Acca

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Wolves To Win And BTTS

The first selection of the day see's seventh placed in the Premier League Wolves travel to Ashton Gate to play Bristol City in the first of Sunday's FA Cup clashes.

Wolves come here in red hot form being unbeaten in there last six games with late goals becoming that of a speciality of the Midlands side who when last seen against there competitors on Sunday won the game with the last kick of the game.

Bristol City will be looking to get their revenge from that last gasp Ryan Bennett goal and they currently have been in unreal form winning nine out of there last nine games.

We think they will score but overall the Premier league team should have enough to go through to the next round in 90 minutes.

14:20 Navan - Bachasson To Win

The first race from Navan see's the Grade 2 Boyne Hurdle in what looks to be the feature in Ireland and we have gone for the Willie Mullins trained Bachasson to land the odds.

This progressive eight year old has only had one run so far this season and started really well landing a competitive five runner field at Punchestown and although this looks harder he is the one to beat.

Needs to kick on from his last run and has previous form of running in defeat against some really smart horses, but will need to be on top form Sunday.

Crystal Palace To Win And BTTS

The last of the football bets for the Sunday Accumulator comes from the Keep Moat Stadium where League One Doncaster entertain Premier league outfit Crystal Palace.

Doncaster are unbeaten in their last five games winning three of them but ultimately they should not have enough to progress to the next stage of the FA Cup if Palace play anything like they have this season.

The Eagles have took points of Man City and Tottenham this season and with a very attacking front three after strengthening in the January transfer window they will be hard to beat on Sunday.

15:25 - Chris’s Dream To Win

The next race from Navan see's the Grade 2 Novice Chase in what looks to be a good contest in Ireland and we have gone for the Henry De Bromhead trained Chris's Dream to land the race.

This seven year old is the form pick in the race winning on his seasonal debut at Navan in a decent 12 runner contest and then on his latest start finished a good second behind a smart Mullins horse.

He looks to have the beating of this field but needs to be as progressive as he was in his two starts this year and if performing could feature at the Cheltenham Festival

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