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BettingPro’s Big Acca for the weekend of January 18-19
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Raheem Sterling to score & Manchester City to beat Crystal Palace (Football – Saturday 15:00 GMT) –City made it five wins on the bounce with the 6-1 rout of Aston Villa a week ago and they should extend their streak on Saturday. Raheem Sterling could end his goal drought too – he has a tremendous knack for scoring against Palace having netted six goals in his last six meetings with the Eagles in City colours.
Exeter -28.5 to beat La Rochelle (Rugby Union – Saturday 17:30 GMT) – While Exeter have secured a place in the knock-out stages of the Champions Cup they will be all too aware of how important a home quarter-final would be to their chances of winning the competition this year. A La Rochelle side that have two wins in five and scraped to a 30-23 win over Sale at home in the last round are the visitors to Sandy Park in this one and with the Chiefs looking to get back to winning and try scoring ways after their draw with Glasgow, we think Exeter will win this one very comfortably.
Sale to beat Glasgow (Rugby Union – Saturday 17:30 GMT) – Sale are yet to really show their true selves in this year’s Champions Cup and have won just once all year round. That win came over La Rochelle at home, where they have looked fairly good this season both domestically and abroad. A 13-7 loss to Glasgow in Scotland last time around shows there is not too much between the two opponents and with the Scottish side getting hammered by Exeter on the road and squeezing past La Rochelle in their away matches, we feel they will struggle against a Sharks side that are improving a little too late in Europe this year.
Anthony Pettis to beat Carlos Diego Ferreira (UFC – Sunday 03:00 GMT) – Former lightweight champion Pettis has endured a rollercoaster run of results in recent years, but it must be said that in this time he has been facing a who’s who of fighters. Perreira may be a rising star, but I am not ready to write off Pettis just yet and I am backing him to kick off 2020 with an ‘upset’ win.
Conor McGregor to beat Donald Cerrone in Round 1 (UFC – Sunday 05:00 GMT) – McGregor is back and I am backing him for a winning return. Cerrone is a notoriously slow starter and that could spell trouble for him here as McGregor starts fights, lights him up and makes it three straight stoppage losses for ‘Cowboy’.
Saracens -15.5 to beat Racing 92 (Rugby Union – Sunday 13:00 GMT) – Saracens’ huge points deduction and financial penalty have clearly hurt the reigning-English and European champions so much so that many have been unsure whether they would put too much stock into Europe as they have a real battle to stay in the Premiership on their hands. However, after five matches the English side are well in the race to finish as one of the three top runners-up in the pools, and with a home date against a Racing side that embarrassed Sarries 30-10 in the reverse, we think that this one will be sweet revenge for the English side.
Liverpool to beat Manchester United & under 3.5 total goals (Football – Sunday 16:30 GMT) – Manchester United have already played ‘spoiler’ in the title race once this season by beating Manchester City, but I do not see them putting the first blemish on Liverpool’s record here. The Reds are on a relentless march and should grind out the three points as United try to frustrate them.
San Francisco 49ers -7.5 to beat Green Bay Packers (NFL – Sunday 23:40 GMT) – The San Francisco 49ers clinically dispatched Minnesota last weekend to book their place in the NFC Championship Game, and they should produce another dominant showing here to sweep aside Green Bay, just like they did when the two teams met back in the regular season. The Niners romped to a 37-8 win that day and while the margin may not be as big here, it should be a healthy one with them looking impressive on both sides of the football right now.