It’s another weekend with plenty of football actions taking place across leagues in Europe, Africa and Asia.
The top leagues in England, Spain, Germany, Italy, France return with exciting actions after a week hiatus owing to international break.
Headlining Saturday’s actions in the English Premier League is the Merseyside derby between Alexander Iwobi’s Everton and defending champions Liverpool at the Goodison Park.
In top form heading into the big match, Everton have won seven straight matches in a row for the first time since 1894.More currently, however, Everton are without a win in 22 matches against Liverpool (D11, L11), across which they’ve failed to score in 12, and scored just 0.68 goals per match on average.
Liverpool, meanwhile, had to enter the international break on the back of a shock 7-2 defeat, which made them the first reigning champions to concede seven in a top-flight match since Arsenal in 1953. So too was it Jürgen Klopp’s biggest defeat in 876 managerial matches.
Still in the UK, this time in Scotland, the injured Super midfielder Joe Aribo will watch from the sideline when his club, Rangers face fierce-rivals Celtic in an Old Firm derby bereft of spectators, but one that remains agonisingly close in the H2H count with Rangers taking the bragging rights across Glasgow for this 421st clash (W162, D99, L159).
Reigning Scottish Premiership champions Celtic are enjoying an eight-game winning run in all competitions and possess a 100% record at home this league campaign (W4), after leading at HT in all four games and netting an average of 3.5 goals per match.
The in-form visitors to the Celtic Park should be difficult opponents and haven’t started a top-flight season this well since 2010/11. Subsequently they remain unbeaten on the road so far (W3, D2) with all five away league games witnessing the HT result replicated at FT.
Leagues in Denmark, Greece, Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia, Belarus, Russia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Austria are not left out of the Saturday’s football frenzy in Europe.
Amidst these crowded fixtures across Europe, we have carefully picked a few matches in this Home Wins ACCA Special
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 39 odds presents a very good opportunity for both low and high stakers to make instant megabucks on ZEbet.
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….Soliu Adeyemo is a betting tipster and consultant. Follow @BoomBetNG on Twitter for more betting tips and advice