SOLIU Adeyemo

It’s another weekend with plenty of football actions taking place across leagues in Europe, Africa and Asia.

The Azerbaijani Premier League, Polish Ekstraklasa, Slovenian Prva Liga, Luxembourgish National Division, Italian Serie A Women become the latest  set of European leagues to commence the new 2020/21 season.

Meanwhile, in the Scottish Premiership which enters its 5th matchweek, Joe Aribo’s Rangers play host to Kilmarnock on Saturday afternoon looking to extend their unbeaten record in the Scottish Premiership to five matches.

Despite an earlier draw with champions Celtic, the visitors to Ibrox head into the contest still searching for their first victory of the season.

On the back of a three-match winning streak without conceding a goal, Steven Gerrard would have expected his Rangers team to extend that run further against lowly Livingston last weekend.

However, the Glasgow giants produced their worst performance of the season in the final third, rarely threatening opposition who had previously conceded seven goals from three matches.

The share of the spoils means that each of the division’s 12 sides have now dropped points in their opening four matches, something which will only add to Gerrard’s frustration as he bids to keep the Gers at the top of the standings.

Elsewhere, in France, Lille without the Napoli bound Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen starts their 2020/21 French Ligue 1 campaign with a home match against Stade Rennes at Stade Pierre-Maury in Villeneuve d’Ascq.

A three-game Ligue 1 (L1) win streak at the end of last season saw Lille claim their eighth top-five finish since 2008/09. Furthermore, ‘Les Dogues’ have won six of their last seven L1 matches (five ‘to-nil), whilst scoring first in each of their last six league games.

In addition to winning four of their six competitive home matches held this calendar year (also ‘to-nil’), Lille have lost just two of their last 16 home matches in all domestic competitions (W12, D2, L2).

Stade Rennes finished last season just one point above Lille, and despite losing the last H2H, have an excellent recent W5, D1, L2 H2H record over their opponents. Three straight wins to end last season gives further hope to Rennes. Losing four of their last six opening awaydays since 2014 (W1, D1, L4), ‘Les Rennais’ ended a three-game L1 winless away run with a 2-0 victory in their last pre-lockdown league trip.

Amidst these crowded fixtures across Europe, Asia and Africa, we have carefully picked a few matches in this Home Wins ACCA Special

An ACCA or Accumulator is of different varieties ranging from straight wins [1X2], Double Chance, both teams to score [BTTS], draw no bet [DNB] to home or away wins either halves [H/AWEH].

Based on available H2H stats, League position and current forms of the selected teams, we have compiled this 12-game Home Wins ACCA by tipping the home teams to win the match within 90mins and the additional time.

See bet slip  below for the selected matches:

This 12-game Home Wins ACCA bet slip of 32 odds presents a very good opportunity for both low and high stakers to make instant megabucks on BetKing.

You may play them together or choose some games, the latter option still gives good odds to stake on. Be advised to edit the games.

COPY AND PASTE this BetKing booking code DJEG6 to play along here.

Remember to always bet responsibly. Always avoid staking what you cannot afford losing!

May you play along!

….Soliu Adeyemo is a betting tipster and consultant. Follow @BoomBetNG on Twitter for more betting tips and advice

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