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The Big BettingPro Weekend ACCA powered by Premier Punt

Leigh Copson 31 Oct 2019
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  • England to beat South Africa (Rugby Union, Saturday 09:00 GMT) - England are now just a single win from claiming only their second ever Rugby World Cup crown on Saturday as they take on South Africa in the final. Eddie Jones will have been pressing into his side that their win over New Zealand was not the end of the line, with England placed as favourites after that semi-final performance, and rightly so. If Eddie Jones can continue to deliver the same tactical masterclasses along with his team carrying out their plans almost perfectly, we think Owen Farrell will add his name to an illustrious and exclusive list of captains to lead their side to World Cup immortality.

  • Both teams to score during Arsenal v Wolves (Football, Saturday 15:00 GMT) - Arsenal’s torrid time on the pitch continued in midweek as they were beaten on penalties by a hugely inexperienced Liverpool side in the League Cup. Unai Emery’s men were 3-1 up after 36 minutes but continually threw the lead away against ‘the kids’ as they made it four games in a row without a clean sheet, conceding 10 goals along the way. Wolves meanwhile beat and drew with Arsenal last season and will fancy their chances of scoring against the leaky Gunners who look anything but secure at the moment. 

  • Johnny Walker to beat Corey Anderson (UFC, Sunday 02:15 GMT) - Corey Anderson has won three straight fights he has not faced an opponent with the athletic prowess and striking power that Johnny Walker has – and when he tends to face men like that it goes horribly wrong for him. Walker has won his last three fights via strikes and his last two outings have lasted a combined 51 seconds. Anderson may give him a little more ‘trouble’ here, but ultimately Walker will land one of those trademark bombs that brings the contest to a close and takes him a step closer to a spot in the top five in the light-heavyweight division.

  • Canelo Alvarez to beat Sergey Kovalev by Decision (Boxing, Sunday 03:00 GMT) - Canelo Alvarez is stepping up two weight classes in his attempt to become a four-weight world champion and I expect his mission to be successful. Sergey Kovalev is clearly on the downturn of his career and it is difficult to see him keeping up with the pace that Alvarez sets. The challenger will take a cautionary approach to avoid Kovalev’s power early on, but he will step up through the gears as the rounds progress to take control of the contest and take it on the judges’ scorecards.

  • Jorge Masvidal to beat Nate Diaz (UFC, Sunday 04:30 GMT) - The UFC will crown the ‘Baddest Motherf****r In The Game’ when Jorge Masvidal faces Nate Diaz in the main event of UFC 244, and I am backing the former to claim that mantle. Masvidal has been on a tear this year, taking out Darren Till and Jorge Masvidal, and I expect his devastating finishing power to be on show once again here as he makes it three-in-a-row and potentially sets himself up a welterweight title shot.

  • Charles Leclerc to win the United States Grand Prix (Formula 1, Sunday 19:10 GMT) - Lewis Hamilton has been the dominant force in F1 this season and he can wrap up a sixth world title at one of his favourite tracks. I am not convinced that he will do it by winning though. Hamilton only needs to finish eighth to claim the crown so I do not expect him to take any unnecessary gambles here, and that is why I am backing Charles Leclerc. The Ferrari ace is arguably the fastest driver in F1 at this time with five pole positions in his last six races and had it not been for strategic blunders and team orders he would probably have more than two wins to his name this season. He could finally complete the hat-trick here.

  • Green Bay Packers -3 to beat Los Angeles Chargers (NFL, Sunday 21:25 GMT) - The Los Angeles Chargers may be 3-5 right now, but that record is pretty misleading. One of those wins came over the hapless Miami Dolphins and last week’s success came against a Chicago Bears team who would have won the game convincingly had their offense not struggled badly once again. The Chargers will have no such luck this Sunday when they host Aaron Rodgers and the in-form Green Bay Packers.



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