Action continues on Sunday all across domestic leagues in Europe, Asia and Africa as top European clubs geared up for matchweek 2 of the 2020/21 UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues.
In England, Leicester City will be hoping to bounce off their back to back home defeats against West Ham Utd and Aston Villa when they travel to the Emirates Stadium to face off the in-form Arsenal. While the Super Eagles midfield maestro, Wilfred Ndidi is still sidelined due to groin injury, his compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho is expected to lead the attack for the ‘Foxes’ at the home of the ‘Gunners’. Arsenal are buoyed with the incredible form of the Nigerian born English youngster, Bukayo Saka.
Arsenal have seen four of their five Premier League (PL) matches played feature over 2.5 total goals, although they have been ahead at HT in just one of five PL matches so far. Seeing both of their home league wins this campaign produce the decisive goal arrive beyond the hour mark, the hosts are unbeaten in PL action at the Emirates Stadium in 2020 (W9, D2).
Given that Leicester have lost to the two lowest-ranked surviving teams of 2019/20 in their most recent brace of PL matches (doing so 1-0 in the second half both times), Brendan Rodgers’ men seek stability. Should they lose again, a drastic loss of composure may be evident, with four of their last five PL away defeats seeing them concede 2+ goals in one half but none in the other.
At the St. Mary’s Stadium, Southampton plays host to Alexander Iwobi’s high flying Everton.
Although Southampton have made an unremarkable start to the season, they have lost only two of their previous 12 Premier League (PL) games (W6, D4, L2). They’ve also scored the opening goal in each of their two PL home matches so far.
Despite Liverpool going ahead twice, league leaders Everton still managed to stretch their unbeaten run to eight competitive matches last week following a thrilling 2-2 with their fierce rivals (W7, D1). Beyond being a good side, Everton this season are also an entertaining one to watch. They’ve scored an average of 3.25 goals per competitive game so far, and their last six fixtures have produced over 2.5 goals and seen both teams score.
Leagues in Italy, Scotland, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Bosnia, Serbia, Latvia complete this Sunday’s frenzy.
Amidst these exciting actions across Europe, we have carefully picked a few matches in this Home Wins ACCA.
We are backing the home teams to triumph in the 10 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 10-game Home Wins ACCA bet slip of 12 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