Super Sunday Football And Horse Accumulator


13:15 Punchestown - A Plus Tard To Win

Our first selection comes in the Grade 3 Total Event Rental Novices Chase, and at the foot of the weights lies a rare Cheveley Park runner for Henry De Bromhead named, A Plus Tard.

This 5yo has had two starts for De Bromhead since transferring from France, finishing second on his debut at Gowran Park.

He went one better at Naas before Christmas in a Beginners Chase, beating odds-on favourite Duc Des Genievres on what was his first start over fences, and the form looks solid against one of the top novice hurdlers from last season. Every chance.

Everton v Bournemouth BTTS

The first Premier League game of the day comes on Merseyside when Everton take on struggling Bournemouth at Goodison Park in a must win game for both.

Everton have been in a bad run of form, leaking goals at the back and only winning two games in their last nine games. Whilst they have been conceding they have also been scoring which makes both teams to score very likely.

Bournemouth are one of the most out of form teams in the league only winning two in there last 13 games but again whilst they have been leaking goals they always manage to score and it sets this bet up perfectly.

14:50 Punchestown - Buildmeupbuttercup To Place

Willie Mullins has two representatives in the feature race - the Moscow Flyer Novices Hurdle, and one of those - Buildmeupbuttercup, is the selection for us.

Buildmeupbuttercup was a smart winner on the flat in her days with Mick Channon, and made a winning hurdling debut for Mullins in a maiden hurdle at Navan last month.

She is also the only mare in the field and receives 7lb as a result.Ruby opts for Harrie, but Paul Townend is top tradesman of his game.

Tottenham To Win And BTTS

The final match in the Premier League on Sunday is the feature game of the weekend from Wembley when Spurs take on sixth placed Manchester Utd.

Tottenham sit in third position in the league just six points behind leaders Liverpool and they can not afford to drop points. They come into this game in a decent run of form beating Chelsea in the league cup and scoring goals at will in the Premier League.

Utd have also hit a good spell of form and unbeaten in five matches under new manage Solskjaer. However the Red Devils haven't played the strongest of teams and we think they will be vulnerable when there defence is truly tested.