Betting Tips

120/1 Football Longshot Acca: Saturday March 5

What’s that coming over the hill, is it a longshot? Is it a longshot?

Yes, yes it is. 

Today’s five-fold is teetering off the charts at 120/1!

  • Leicester to beat Leeds
  • Newcastle to beat Brighton
  • Swansea to beat Coventry
  • Portsmouth -1 v Accrington Stanley
  • Wycombe to beat Crewe and Over 2.5 Goals


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Leicester to beat Leeds

It has been a forgettable season for the Foxes, but they’ve only lost one in their last nine at the King Power and returned to form with a 2-0 win at Burnley in midweek. 

Leeds, meanwhile, are winless in six and have conceded a whopping 20 goals in their last five outings. 

Newcastle to beat Brighton

I can’t be the only one who thinks Newcastle are well overpriced at 13/8 to win this one. 

Eddie Howe’s men have won four of their last five, while Brighton have just lost their way in recent weeks, losing three on the spin and not scoring a single goal in the process. 

Swansea to beat Coventry

This one’s a bit of a punt, but Swansea come into this on the back of an excellent 2-0 win at West Brom and have won three of their last four at home. 

And the Swans are a bit of a bogey side for Coventry, who haven’t beaten the Welshmen in their last 12 attempts, including a 2-1 home defeat in the reverse fixture in November. 

Portsmouth -1 v Accrington Stanley

Pompey have work to do to make the League One play-offs but are making a decent fist of it, winning four of their last five, while averaging three goals a game in their last four home matches. 

Accrington, on the other hand, have been struggling away from home, going winless in their last five on the road and managing only one goal in that stretch. 

Wycombe to beat Crewe and Over 2.5 Goals

Wycombe games have been packed with goals in recent weeks, with 24 of them in their last five games. 

And they should have too much for bottom-of-the-table Crewe, but the Alex have scored in each of their last five games against the Chairboys, four of which have ended in defeat.

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.