Punter wins insane six-figure bet with five-fold accumulator nobody would put money on


Punter wins insane six-figure bet with five-fold accumulator nobody would put money on

The punter correctly predicted some unlikely results.

One lucky punter won an incredible six-figure sum after putting on a five-fold accumulator most people wouldn’t even put money on.

Last weekend proved to be one of the wildest Premier League match days in recent memory, with not one but two Premier League title contenders slipping up on the same day.

After Manchester City went top of the table on Saturday with a 5-1 thrashing of Luton Town, both Liverpool and Arsenal suffered home defeats to hand control of the title race to the reigning champions.

Nobody could have predicted Liverpool losing 1-0 to Crystal Palace and Arsenal falling 2-0 to Aston Villa… although one gambler clearly did.

On Tuesday, the official X account of gambling company William Hill shared the incredible betting slip of one punter.

The lucky individual put £10 on a five-fold accumulator with odds of 10,951.2/1, meaning they won £109,512.00 when all five bets came through.

The punter picked Crystal Palace to win away at Liverpool at odds of 12/1, and also backed Aston Villa to beat Arsenal at 8/1.

As well as those shock results, the gambler also correctly predicted that Fulham would win away at West Ham at odds of 8/5 – Andreas Pereira made sure of that with goals either side of half-time.

The most incredible selection was Ross County to beat Rangers on Sunday at 14/1.

The Scottish Premier League strugglers had never beaten Rangers in their 95 year history, but a 3-2 win dealt a damaging blow to Rangers’ title hopes.

Finally, the William Hill customer backed Sevilla to beat Las Palmas at 7/5, and Sergio Ramos’ side dully obliged with a 2-0 win in Gran Canaria.

We’ve seen some extraordinary accumulators come through in the past, but few come close to predicting three shock results all on the same day.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Football, Premier League, Liverpool, Arsenal, Rangers

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