Football Accumulator Tips: Sunday La Liga 6/1 fourfold

 | 13th April | 

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Mark Sochon's La Liga Tips

Our Spanish Football expert Mark Sochon takes a look at the four matches in La Liga this Sunday and picks out a bet for each one to create a 6/1 fourfold this weekend.

Check out his Football Accumulator Tips and read why he's made every selection for us here at Betfred Insights...

Football Accumulator Tips

  • Las Palmas vs Sevilla - Draw or Sevilla @ 4/9
  • Granada vs Alaves - Under 2.5 Goals @ 4/7
  • Athletic Club vs Villarreal - Both Teams to Score @ 8/13
  • Real Sociedad vs Almeria - Real Sociedad & Under 3.5 Goals @ 19/20
  • Overall Odds - 6.15/1

Leg 1 - Las Palmas vs Sevilla - Draw or Sevilla @ 4/9

Our Sunday La Liga acca kicks off in Gran Canaria where the home team are in really poor form, winless in six league outings and with all of their last three ending in defeats to nil.

Las Palmas even lost to the previously winless Almeria in their most recent home game. They had a really strong opening half of the season as a newly promoted team but some of their underlying numbers did suggest they were over-achieving, so it’s not a huge surprise to see them sliding down the table in recent weeks.

One of the key factors in their early season success was goalkeeper Alvaro Valles who has been perhaps the standout keeper in La Liga this term, although he suffered a rare rush of blood with a reckless challenge at Barcelona a fortnight ago that resulted in a red card. He’ll be missing here as a result which is a blow to the home team’s chances.

Sevilla’s season has been the reverse of that of their opponents with a dreadful start followed by steady improvement in 2024 under Quique Sanchez Flores. They’re doing much better on the injury front now which has aided that recovery with only Marcos Acuña and Djibril Sow likely to be missing on Sunday.

It’s just one defeat in five away league games for Sevilla and that one defeat was only a narrow 1-0 loss at the Bernabeu when a late moment of brilliance from Luka Modric proved their undoing. With Las Palmas struggling for goals, I’m backing Double Chance - Draw or Sevilla at 4/9 to kick things off.

Leg 2 - Granada vs Alaves - Under 2.5 Goals @ 4/7

Next, we head to Los Carmenes where things are looking incredibly bleak for Granada. They rolled the dice by changing their coach for the second time this season last month but it’s two 1-0 defeats from two games so far for Jose Ramon Sandoval, results that have all but confirmed their relegation.

In fact, all of their last three league outings have ended with 1-0 scorelines in the opposing team’s favour with Granada going more than a month without scoring. If it wasn’t clear already, the lack of quality in this squad has been badly exposed and it’s difficult to know where they go from here with 14 points separating them from safety and only eight to play.

Alaves were promoted with them from the Segunda Division last year and have made a better go of their top flight return. They perhaps only need another win or two to feel safe, but seem content to keep edging towards survival with defensive tactics and a limited goal threat ensuring there have been two or fewer goals in total in all of their last seven matches.

They’ve often been reliant on 19 year old striker Samu Omorodion for goals this term but he’s hit a rough patch, failing to score in their last six matches and Alaves have only managed to score twice across that period.

With both sides firing blanks, it’s hard to see where the goals are going to come from in this match and I’m going with Under 2.5 Goals at 4/7.

Leg 3 - Athletic Club vs Villarreal - Both Teams to Score @ 8/13

Athletic won the Copa del Rey last Saturday, ending a 40 year wait for one of Spain’s big two trophies. By all accounts, they have been celebrating pretty much ever since.

There were incredible scenes on Thursday as the Athletic squad set sail on an old barge down Bilbao’s Nervion River, as is the tradition whenever major silverware is won. For the first time since 1984, huge crowds lined the river banks and bridges of the city as a unique football club celebrated in their own unique way.

Athletic have been almost unplayable at times this season at San Mames, but it’s fair to say that there would have been a few sore heads this week and there’s certainly a chance that they experience a cup final hangover on Sunday when a much improved Villarreal side visit.

With Gerard Moreno and Alexander Sorloth up front, Villarreal are scoring freely and they’ve scored five at Barcelona and three at both Real Sociedad and Real Betis since the turn of the year with the tougher away games often bringing the best out of them. It is true that their defence remains vulnerable though and a huge 80% of their league fixtures this season have seen both teams score.

With the Williams brothers lively on the two flanks for Athletic and striker Gorka Guruzeta in good form up top, there should be at least a goal or two in this for the hosts and this is still a big game for Ernesto Valverde’s side as they fight for Champions League qualification.

A relatively high scoring game looks likely as a result and I’m going with Both Teams to Score at 8/13.

Leg 4 - Real Sociedad vs Almeria - Real Sociedad & Under 3.5 Goals @ 19/20

We travel across the Basque Country to the Reale Arena for the late game on Sunday and the final leg of our La Liga acca as Real Sociedad entertain bottom club Almeria.

Just about everything points towards a home win here. Real Sociedad look to have recovered from their dip in form with three straight wins since they exited the Champions League last month.

They aren’t blowing teams away though with their total of just 43 goals not great for a team that finished in the top four last term. They are also missing one of their most creative players with Brais Mendez injured so they won’t necessarily run riot against their struggling opponents.

Almeria won their first game this season in their first game under new boss Pepe Mel, the perfect start for the experienced coach. However any suggestions that it might spark the beginning of one of the all-time great escapes were erased by a 3-0 home defeat against Osasuna last time out.

Their relegation should be confirmed over the coming weeks and it’s hard to make a case for them getting any kind of result here so I’m going with Real Sociedad and Under 3.5 Goals at 19/20 as the home team look to close in on European qualificat

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