BLOGIN BETS 24/10/20 – £100 Challenge (Stage 5)



  • STAKE: £55.69
  • RETURNS: £89.96

OVERVIEW: I’ve had a few messages about when the £100 challenge would continue, it’s been a while since we completed stage 4. As we are now so close to the target I’ve been agonising over the right bet to take us forward but I think I’ve finally found that bet.

This bet won’t take us to exactly £100 but will leave us pretty darn close so one more stage will be required to get to the magic target. However £89.96 is nothing to be sniffed at considering we started with a measly £10. Pulling out that point is perfectly fine if people so wish.

So, Stage 5. All we require is for Millwall and Doncaster to score a goal each in their respective matches this afternoon. Millwall, who is sit in the Championship playoff spots, are home to relegation candidates Barnsley and have amassed 10 goals in their last 6 league matches. Doncaster entertain Crewe who sit just below mid table in league 1. Tellingly, Doncaster have also managed 10 goals in their last 6 league matches. I expect both teams to win never mind get 1 goal each.

Remember, that’s all we need, a goal from each side. What a chance to complete this stage and be within touching distance of £100 mark. GOALS GOALS GOALS.

BLOGIN BETS 17/10/20

This week’s accumulator pick is £10 @12/1

– CHELSEA 1/2 (Home v Southampton. KO 15:00)

CAMBRIDGE UNITED 11/8 (Away v Scunthorpe. KO 15:00)

BRISTOL CITY 13/8 (Away v Barnsley. KO 15:00)

JUVENTUS 4/11 (Away v Crotone. KO 19:45)


OVERVIEW: Another week and another accumulator to keep tabs on. This time round all the fixtures are on Saturday (today) Thought process being we could possibly do another daft one tomorrow should we have a winner today.

The main thing to note on this line is the high odds for only 4 selections. I’ve done the extensive research and can’t see any reason why this wouldn’t have a good chance. The slightly lower confidence rating is the fact there must be a something to make this price is so high but I’m yet to find it. Heres hoping nothing has slipped through the net of chance.

Also, look at the range of teams. We go from the elite, elegant end of Serie A to blood and guts league 2 in only four selections. Superb stuff and something for everyone.

PICKS: Chelsea have made an indifferent start to the Premier League season. However this does not include their home form which has been very impressive. The blues have won 9 of their last 10 matches at Stamford bridge with the only failure being against champions Liverpool. Bread and butter matches like these are crucial if they want to be classed as serious title contenders. HOME WIN.

Cambridge United sit pretty in 2nd position of League 2 after 5 matches having scored 10 and only conceding 3 in that time. Opponents Scunthorpe, on the other hand, have only picked up 4 points from their first 5 and languish down in 20th. AWAY WIN.

Bristol City have flown out of the championship blocks winning all their 4 matches so far. What more they play a Barnsley side who have yet to win and have only managed 1 goal in the process. We’re going with form here for sure. AWAY WIN.

Juventus are Juventus, they win matches. Despite being without talisman Christiano Ronaldo, they will have enough to beat bottom side Crotone who have lost all 3 matches in Serie A so far by at least 3 goals. Should be a comfortable one tonight to WRAP UP THE ACCA.

BLOGIN BETS 21/8/20 (Europa League final special)

This week’s pick is £10 @5/1 bet builder special. (INTER V SEVILLA. KO 20:00)






OVERVIEW: Hello all, I haven’t posted any bets for a few weeks. This is basically because I haven’t made any, either due to the difficulty of fixtures or the general lack of them. Tonight though, it’s the Europa League final and I tell you what, it looks a cracker and one not to be missed. With that in mind, I’ve gone for a little bet builder special with the main focus on one of Europe’s inform strikers.

Romelu Lukaku has scored in his last 10 Europa League matches and I fancy that streak to continue tonight. Often criticised during his time at Manchester United, he has looked fitter, sharper and a lot leaner since moving to Inter and has managed to bag himself 33 goals in all competitions this season, a very lucrative return. He also takes Inter’s penalties so a goal and 2+ shots on target for the big man looks a decent shout.

I can’t separate the 2 teams in terms of a result, Inter probably slight favourites but I definitely think there will be goals and plenty of corners. The bet looks really good value at 5/1 and, from a neutral standpoint, adds a little extra kick to what already should be a quality fixture.

Other notable players who could be worth a punt on if Lukaku isn’t to your fancy are 2 Argentinian players, Lukaku’s Inter strike parter Lautaro Martinez or Lucas Ocampos, the tricky winger for Seville.



This week’s accumulator is £10 @10/1

• INTER 4/7 (Away v Genoa. Saturday KO 18:30)

ARSENAL 5/6 (Home v Watford. Sunday KO 16:00)

CHELSEA 4/5 (Home v Wolves. Sunday KO 16:00)

OVER 3.5 GOALS 4/7 (Man City v Norwich. Sunday KO 16:00)

JUVENTUS 2/9 (Home v Sampdoria. Sunday KO 20:45)


OVERVIEW: With La Liga and the Bundesliga finished and this being the final round of Premier League matches, it’s likely to be the last betting matches of the season. Luck has been at a premium since lockdown, the lack of full stadiums definitely having an impact. The general pace of games has been noticeably slower and the obvious removal of home advantage has had a massive say on results. Let’s hope it’s not too long into the new season before we see bums on seats once again and a return to normality.

This week I’ve gone for a big 10/1 shot. 5 selections involving 6 teams, spread over Saturday and Sunday. If Chelsea can sneak by Watford I’m pretty confident so let’s see.

PICKS: Inter have beaten opponents Genoa in their last 3 meetings by an aggregate score of 13-0 and, despite the away sides upturn in form, I expect that to be extended. Inter have secured Champions League football for another season whilst Genoa aren’t safe from relegation, sitting 4th bottom. HOME WIN.

Arsenal are a funny side. They beat Liverpool and City then lose to Villa, very unpredictable. However, Watford’s bizarre decision to sack their manager so late in the season hasn’t seemed to pay off, I think it’s one that will see them relegated. Arsenal to put them to the sword with the shackles off.

Chelsea have won 6 matches in a row at home and that’s why I’ve gone for them here. Not only that, they need a win the guarentee a Champions League spot. It’ll be a tough test against a good Wolves side and this will be a crucial match for the acca. Close home win.

Man City have score 4+ goals in 5 of their last 8 Premier League matches. Norwich have conceded 14 goals in 6 of theirs. Enough said. Over 3.5 goals in this one.

Despite only winning one of their last 5 Serie A matches, a win at home to Sampdoria will clinch yet another Scudetto for Juventus. Sampdoria’s form has been decent since lockdown, securing their league status in the process. I can’t see that stopping the old lady wrapping up the title and wrapping up the acca. YESSSAAI.

BLOGIN BETS (18/7/20)

This week’s accumulator is £10 @9/1

BRENTFORD 8/13 (Away v Stoke. Saturday KO 12:30)

ATALANTA 4/11 (Away v Verona. Saturday KO 16:15)

• AC MILAN 1/2 (Home v Bologna. Saturday KO 20:45)

• BARCELONA 4/9 (Away v Alaves. Sunday KO 20:00)

• REAL MADRID 10/11 (Away v Leganes. Sunday KO 20:00)


OVERVIEW: First of all, I’m not sure I’ve ever seen Real Madrid and Barcelona’s combined odds be so high on a single game week. A double on the two Spanish giants would gain a price of nearly 2/1 alone. Giving both club’s respective dominance in La Liga over the years, I would say this is pretty rare but it’s probably the fact the title race is over – Just an observation but I’ll be looking to take full advantage.

With that in mind, I think we have fantastic value on this week’s accumulator. Granted, there are some tricky fixtures but I’m actually quietly confident. The run down is the usual 5 team pick spread over Saturday and Sunday. With odds of 9/1, let’s have a bit of that.

PICKS: Brentford are flying in the championship, 8 wins from 8 has giving them a great chance of automatic promotion. Opponents Stoke have actually won 4 of their last 5 home games, albeit against lesser opposition. The defeat in that run was against lowly Middlesbrough and the league table does not lie. I expect a Brentford win.

Atalanta’s dream Serie A season roll’s on, a 6-2 victory last time out took their total to 93 goals scored in the league this season, they even have an outside chance at the title. Verona on the other hand have only won once in 8, despite being comfortable in mid table. AWAY WIN.

A tricky one coming up as AC Milan look to clinch a European spot. Their home form has been excellent with notable victories against Juventus and Roma in recent weeks. Bologna have had a decent season themselves but with only 2 wins from 10 and Milan’s home form, I’m thinking a narrow HOME WIN.

Barcelona have thrown away the title and have been in pretty average form all season. But they are Barcelona, still have Messi in their ranks and away to 15th place Alaves, you’d still expect them to get the job done and finish on a high. 4/9 good value.

Real Madrid have sealed the title and hopefully there’ll be a party atmosphere even without supporters. Their opponents are in the relegation zone but 3 wins from 5 has given them hope. 10/11 is really high and I presume this reflects Leganes recent revival and Madrid with nothing left to play for, I can still only see one outcome – AWAY WIN and acca wrapped up.

BLOGIN BETS 11/7/2020

This week’s accumulator is £10 @7/1

• CHELSEA 4/7 (Away v Sheffield United. Saturday KO 17:30)

• ROMA 1/2 (Away v Brescia. Saturday KO 18:30)

• MANCHESTER CITY 3/10 (Away v Brighton. Saturday KO 20:00)

• ATLETICO MADRID 40/85 (Home v Real Betis. Saturday KO 21:00)

• LEICESTER CITY 4/6 (Away v Bournemouth. Sunday KO 19:00)


OVERVIEW: Manchester City’s inability to put the ball in the net cost us the acca last time out. 1 team yet again.

Moving on to this week, I’ve been given a free hit. BetBull have offered FULL ACCA INSURANCE so any failure will be refunded as a free bet. With this in mind I’ve gone slightly riskier on the selections because, well, why not. Still a group of 5 favourites, albeit not as strong with 4 matches away from home. What this does give us though, is an increased return for 1 less selection, here goes.

PICKS: Chelsea are in fine fettle, they have won 8 of their last 9 games and I fancy them to increase that run at Shef. United. The home side have had a brilliant season themselves but I think in form Willian, Pulisic and co will have too much in this one.

What a scratchy season it’s been for AS Roma. With Champions League qualification hopes all but gone, they’ll be looking to cling onto their Europa spot with a win away at Struggling Brescia. And that’s the reason I’ve still gone with the away side here, Brescia have only won once in 16 games and look destined for relegation. Roma at 1/2 offers good value here.

Yep, I’ve gone Man City again despite last week’s let down. Opponents Brighton have failed to win in 7 of their previous 8 home matches and they’ve conceded 3 goals in their last 2, perfectly open for Pep’s city. AWAY WIN.

Over in Spain, Atleti are doing what they do and not losing. Unbeaten in 13 La Liga matches, they are still the best of the rest and look nailed on for a Champions League place. Visitors Real Betis, on the other hand, are winless in 10 away matches in the league and have averaged less than a goal a game in that run. Not ideal when coming up against one of the meanest defences in Europe. 2-0 ATLETICO.

I’m hoping we are looking at a good cash out number by the time Leicester travel to Bournemouth on Sunday night. After a post lockdown blip, the foxes appear to be back on track whilst Bournemouth have been dreadful. No win in 9 Premier League games for them and adrift in the bottom 3. Leicester great odds at 4/6 to WRAP UP THE ACCA.


This week’s accumulator is £10 @8/1

  • SEVILLA 4/11 (Home v Valladolid. Friday KO 21:00)
  • BARCELONA 4/7 (Away v Celta Vigo. Saturday KO 16:00)
  • MAN UNITED 2/5 (Away v Norwich. Saturday KO 17:30)
  • ATLETICO MADRID 3/10 (Home v Alaves. Saturday KO 21:00)
  • ATALANTA 2/5 (Away v Udinese. Sunday KO 18:30)
  • REAL MADRID 4/11 (Away v Espanyol. Sunday KO 21:00)


OVERVIEW: The less said about the previous weeks the better. I’ll be staying well clear of Arsenal for the foreseeable so this week, it’s back to basics. 6 clear favourites, spread nicely over the weekend to accommodate staggered viewing. What’s worth noting is I haven’t included any teams from Germany despite them being a permanent fixture since lockdown. The reason being the Bundesliga title race is over and it seems everyone else is beating each other. Quite frankly, it’s been a nightmare to predict. Having Dortmund, Leverkusen et al out of the equation, I’m feeling a lot more confident this week.

PICKS : Sevilla have drawn 7 of their last 10 outings in all competitions but are unbeaten in that period. They are home to Valladolid who have had a very indifferent season and only won 1 of their last 7. I expect Seville to extend their unbeaten run and grab the W.

Barcelona are neck and neck with rivals Real Madrid for the title so they can not afford anymore slip ups. Barca, as you would expect, have only dropped 2 points from their last 15 available and playing before Madrid is a good chance to put the pressure back on Los Blancos. Celta have had a mixed bagged in recent weeks, they lost at Villarreal then hit 6 against against Alaves so it’s not easy to predict which Vigo side will turn up. Which ever one, Barca will be too strong here. Away win.

Man United have quietly gone about their business for a while now and are surprisingly 13 matches without defeat in all competitions. The return of Pogba playing along side Fernandez has been a massive positive and, providing the manager doesn’t rotate, could be key this weekend. Their opponents Norwich are set for relegation having endured a very poor Premier League season. That run will continue in the cup thus being a comfortable Man U win.

Atletico Madrid have been in very good form since La Liga’s restart and are without defeat in their 12 previous matches. Their opponents Alaves have lost their last 2 games which included a 6-0 drubbing at Celta Vigo. Atleti don’t score too many but concede even less. HOME WIN.

Atalanta are having a superb season in Serie A. They have won all of their last 8 matches in all competitions including a 3-2 victory against title contenders Lazio last time out. Udinese, by contrast are having are very scratchy season and hover just 3 points about the drop zone. 3 points for Atalanta.

Real Madrid have won their last 4 La Liga matches and, at home to Bottom side Espanyol, should be a straight forward formality. The only stumbling block could be Barcelona playing before them, winning and adding a bit of extra pressure but can’t see it being a problem. AWAY WIN and the in form Benzema to BRING HOME THE ACCA!!!