Action continues on Sunday all across domestic leagues in Europe, Asia and Africa as top European clubs geared up for the commencement of the 2020/21 UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues.
In England, Leicester City will be hoping to bounce off their last home defeat to West Ham Utd when they play host to the in form Aston Villa at the King Power Stadium. While the Super Eagles midfield maestro, Wilfred Ndidi is sidelined due to groin injury, his compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho is expected to lead the attack for the ‘Foxes’.
Leicester City’s best start to a Premier League (PL) season since their return was abruptly halted by their first defeat as a home favourite in seven PL fixtures (W5, D1), also marking the first time since December 2019 that the ‘Foxes’ conceded 3+ goals in a PL home match.
The hosts have now conceded the opening goal in their last three PL outings at all venues – each within the first 15 minutes – fighting back to win on two occasions.
Like their opponents, Aston Villa also began their PL campaign with three consecutive victories – the first time since 1962/63 they have done so. Conversely, Villa achieved that by scoring first in all three games – twice within the first five minutes – boasting two HT/FT doubles and two clean sheets.
Elsewhere, at the Bramall Lane, Sheffield United play host to Ola Aina’s Fulham with the latter still in search of their first point since their top flight return.
Fulham have lost each of their opening four top-flight matches for only the second time, and the first occasion since 1951/52. Across that sequence they conceded 11 goals, which is their most after four games of a new season for 60 years! Additionally, ten of those 11 goals arrived in the opening 15 minutes of either half.
Sheffield United are not any better in form, as the ‘Blades’ have now lost seven consecutive league matches for only the second time in their history, with their other seven-game losing run ending back in September 1975! They were rarely rolled over during that recent run though, conceding under 2.5 goals in six of the seven matches.
Leagues in Netherlands, Croatia, Faroe Islands, including the Women’s Leagues in England, Spain, Italy, Germany, Mexico complete this Sunday’s frenzy.
Amidst these exciting actions across Europe, America, we have carefully picked a few matches in this Home Wins ACCA.
We are backing the home teams to triumph in the 12 selected matches. These selections have been made based on the teams’ current forms and best available head to head stats.
See bet slip below for the selected matches:
This 12-game Home Wins ACCA bet slip of 28 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.
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….Soliu Adeyemo is a betting tipster and consultant. Follow @BoomBetNG on Twitter for more betting tips and advice