It was another painful ending on Saturday as we were let down by ONE “unfortunate team” who vitiated our Saturday’s Home Wins ACCA Special
A more careful edit, as we always advise, could have taken out the unfortunate Inter Milan. We won’t give up, we keep going!
There are plenty of midweek football actions across Europe, Africa and Asia today. The focus, however, is on the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League which concludes its Matchweek 3 fixtures.
Manchester United look to make it three wins from three in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) when they face underdogs Başakşehir at Başakşehir Fatih Terim Stadium, Istanbul – Turkey. While Nigerian midfielder Okechukwu Azubuike is confirmed not available for the Turkish host as a result of a lingering injury, his compatriot Odion Ighalo will be hoping he gets a nod to lead attack for the visitors.
Başakşehir have suffered consecutive 2-0 defeats in their maiden UCL group stage campaign, conceding all goals in just one half on both occasions. They’ve now failed to score in six of nine competitive games in 2020/21 (D1, L5), with all five defeats accompanied by a 2-0 scoreline.
Manchester United continue to produce some high-scoring affairs on the continental stage, with nine of their last 11 UEFA matches finishing with over 2.5 goals, and the second half the higher scoring half in six of those nine fixtures. That includes a 5-0 win over Leipzig in their last such fixture – United’s biggest UCL victory since November 2013.
Elsewhere, Borussia Dortmund travel to Jan Breydel Stadion, Brugge – Belgium for what should prove an entertaining Group Stage contest against David Okereke’s Club Brugge.
Tipped as Group F makeweights from the outset, Belgian side Club Brugge have defied the critics in the opening exchanges of the Champions League group stage, taking four points from six.
The Blauw-Zwart followed up their superb 2-1 win over Zenit on match-day one with a useful point in a 1-1 draw at home to Lazio last week – results that should allow Philippe Clement’s side to approach Wednesday’s game against Dortmund with confidence.
Dortmund enter this clash following three consecutive wins ‘to nil’ in all competitions although it’s been a mixed start to their UCL campaign (W1, L1). Expect them to finish strongly, as they haven’t scored before the 50th minute in any of their last five competitive matches, nor in their last four UCL games.
Amidst these exciting actions across Europe, Africa, South America we have carefully picked a few matches in this Home Wins ACCA Special.
We are backing the odds-on home favorites 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 59 odds presents a very good opportunity for both low and high stakers to make instant megabucks on ZEbet
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.
Remember to always bet responsibly. Always avoid staking what you cannot afford losing!
….Soliu Adeyemo is a betting tipster and consultant. Follow @BoomBetNG on Twitter for more betting tips and advice