Football Accumulator Tips: 10/1 La Liga Treble for this Weekend

 | March 14 | 

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As we've been so pleased with our Spanish Football experts columns so far this campaign, coupled with the fact one of the staff here at Betfred Insights loves acca bets, we've asked him to provide a weekend accumulator column through the end of the season.

He starts off with a treble from La Liga that pays just over 10/1 as of the time of writing, so let's get stuck into Mark's first La Liga Football Accumulator Tips column for us...

Football Accumulator Tips

  • Mallorca vs Granada - Home win @ 5/6
  • Getafe vs Girona - Home win @ 21/10
  • Sevilla vs Celta Vigo - Home win @ Evens
  • Overall Odds - 10.36/1

We have a La Liga acca for this weekend with three home teams backed to deliver the goods and chalk up victories in front of their own fans at a tasty 10/1 at the time of writing.

Leg 1 - Mallorca vs Granada - Home win @ 5/6

We kick things off in Palma de Mallorca where the home team are firm favourites against a Granada side that looks more and more doomed to relegation with each passing week.

Despite a brief run of more encouraging performances at the start of 2024, Alexander Medina has ultimately done little to improve Granada’s fortunes since taking the job in November with a late 3-2 defeat against Real Sociedad last weekend the latest blow to morale and their slim hopes of survival.

They’re on just 14 points with only two wins all season. Exactly half of those points have come under Medina, whose record after 13 games is almost identical to that of his predecessor Paco Lopez who was sacked after Matchday 14. With the international break often a timely moment for struggling clubs to change coaches, Medina could himself be out of a job if he loses this.

Even the initial defensive improvements he seemed to make have faded in recent weeks with eight conceded in their last two matches alone. Mallorca aren’t the kind of free-flowing, chance creating team that will really put them to the sword, but the hosts should still have enough to win the game.

The Balearic Islanders are enjoying life a bit more right now, chiefly because they’ve got a Copa del Rey Final to look forward to having defeated Girona and Real Sociedad to book their trip to Seville in April. Their league form has also picked up, but they’re still in a sufficient amount of danger to make this a big game and one that they should be fully fired up for.

They also beat high-flying Girona in the league in Palma a fortnight ago and competed really well in a narrow defeat at Barcelona last time out. This will be a different kind of game with the onus on them to dictate the play but they’ll fancy they can cause plenty of problems for a shaky Granada defence via their physical strike-force of Vedat Muriqi and Cyle Larin and a home victory looks by far the most likely outcome.

Leg 2 - Getafe vs Girona - Home win @ 21/10

This is the riskiest leg but it brings with it the greatest rewards with Getafe on offer at 21/10 to beat a Girona side that has suffered three straight away defeats in La Liga to burst the bubble of their surprise title push.

Girona have still played quite well in the home comforts of the Estadi Montilivi, but it’s worth noting that they have lost twice away to Mallorca in 2024 with defeats in the league and cup.

That’s relevant to this game given there are certainly stylistic similarities between Mallorca and Getafe. Both sides rank in the bottom four of La Liga when it comes to average possession and

passing accuracy while they are also two of the three teams to have received the most yellow cards in the Spanish top flight this term.

With their top scorer Borja Mayoral out injured, Getafe will most likely to go with target man Juanmi Latasa up front and he’ll certainly have an aerial advantage on Girona centre backs Eric Garcia and Daley Blind who have had good seasons but are more vulnerable against these kinds of opponents.

Getafe also have Mason Greenwood back from suspension and the Englishman should find some space in behind Girona’s attack-minded left back Miguel Gutierrez so there’s at least a couple of avenues where the hosts should be able to cause problems for their opponents.

Having only lost one league match at the Coliseum this season, Getafe won’t be short on belief heading into this match and they look well capable of springing something of a surprise here to all but end Girona’s title challenge.

Leg 3 - Sevilla vs Celta Vigo - Home win @ Evens

There was a time not so long ago that even some of Europe’s finest teams feared a trip to Sevilla’s hostile Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. While it’d be an exaggeration to say that the good times are back at a club that still has some fundamental issues to address, Seville suddenly feels like a difficult place for visiting teams to go and play football again.

Real Sociedad and Atlético Madrid have been their last two visitors and both have left empty-handed and it’s just one defeat in seven league games overall for Quique Sanchez-Flores’ side and that solitary loss came narrowly in the toughest fixture on the calendar away to Real Madrid.

They’ve looked better at both ends of the pitch and may even have a clean bill of health for what feels like the first time this season when Celta Vigo come calling this weekend. That bodes well for another strong Sevilla performance and they’re unlikely to see too much to fear in a Celta side that finally sacked Rafa Benitez this week.

Benitez’s stay in Galicia had not been a happy one and there had been a number of other points in the campaign when he appeared close to the chopping block, before he was finally given his marching orders following a poor showing at the Santiago Bernabéu last time out.

Celta shot themselves in the foot with two late own goals as Real Madrid chalked up a 4-0 victory and they’ve since promoted B team boss Claudio Giraldez to the senior hotseat on a temporary basis.

He’s younger than striker Iago Aspas who is a legendary figure in Vigo and remains an important player in the team which will create a slightly strange dressing room dynamic.

It feels like a move that may give the Celta board a bit of time to take a look at Giraldez and see whether he can get a reaction from this relegation-threatened team. However, the absence of any kind of long-term contract suggests they’re not fully convinced he’s going to be the man with the answers and this is not an easy opening game away to an improving Sevilla side.

This treble from La Liga comes in at just over 10/1 as of the time of writing and that equates to just under a 9% chance of winning according to our traders.

Mark Sochon primarily covers Spanish Football for us at Betfred Insights. You can check out all of his La Liga Betting Tips in our dedicated Spanish Football hub. You can also check out our plethora of Football Accumulator Tips in that dedicated section of the site.

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