The Premier League has gone into hiding again, so it is that time everyone loves: the international break.
All is not lost, though, as dabblebet’s Acca Club remains fully active to keep punters earning free bets over the next 10 days or so, and we have found a five-fold to help you along the way.
To be a part of Acca Club, all you have to do is spend £25 on accumulators with five or more selections, at odds of 1/2 (1.50) or better per selection, in the space of a calendar week.
The acca begins with England, who are looking to exact revenge over a Slovenia side that held them to a 0-0 stalemate in Ljubljana. Obviously the Three Lions are heavy favourites to win this match and can be backed at just 4/11 (1.37), but backing the hosts to get three points whilst keeping their seventh clean sheet of the qualifying campaign is a good bet at 10/11 (1.91).
Kicking off at the same time are their rivals north of the border, Scotland, who face Slovakia with the winner able to edge towards a play-off place. However, the teams are rather evenly-matched so backing goals is the way to go; both teams to score is available at 19/20 (1.95) and is a bet that would have landed in three of Slovakia’s away games this qualifying campaign, as well as half of Scotland’s home matches during that time.
Next up are a pair of games from a finely-poised South American qualifying group, where just seven points separate second from eighth – so naturally, the third game in this acca contains none of those teams. Brazil, who are the only team already assured of their place in Russia next year, travel to eliminated Bolivia, and backing the visitors at even money (2.0) to win is too good of an offer to pass up given the gulf in class between them.
Staying in the continent, 10th place Venezuela play host to a Uruguay side desperately in need three points to keep their World Cup hopes alive. Edinson Cavani and Co. have struggled away from home, winning just twice in their eight road games so far, but they worth grabbing at 4/6 (1.67) to win against a side that has just one win in 17 World Cup qualifying matches.
The final match moves us north of the equator and to Costa Rica, who need just one point to confirm their place at the finals next year. The 2014 quarter-finalists have lost just three home qualifiers since September 2004 – all to Mexico – and play host to Honduras, who have won just once of their last eight away qualifiers. The Bryan Ruiz-led side should confirm their place at the 2018 tournament in style with a win, and are 3/4 (1.75) to do just that.