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 encounter between Odion Ighalo’s Manchester United and Semi Ajayi’s West Bromwich Albion at the Old Trafford – Manchester, England.
Capable of flitting from the superb to the absurd, Manchester United’s inconsistency has frustrated supporters and heaped pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season, though the Red Devils look huge favourites to end their search for a home win against West Brom.
Remarkably, United are without a Premier League win at Old Trafford since the new campaign kicked-off, and following a dismal run of three defeats in four on their own patch, the hosts will be desperate to put an end to their hoodoo.
Newly promoted West Brom meanwhile, remain one of three Premier League clubs still waiting for their first win of the new campaign, and having been beaten three times in four away assignments since their return to the top flight, the Baggies will be fearing the worst again this weekend.
In their most recent test on the road, Albion were outplayed and outdone by their former Championship counterparts Fulham in what felt like a self-belief shattering result.
Elsewhere, in the Italian Serie A, Nigerian forward Simy Nwankwo is expected to lead the attack for the struggling Crotone when they play host to Lazio at Stadio Ezio Scida – Crotone, Italy.
Bottom of the table Crotone have lost five of their opening seven Serie A (SA) matches, conceding 2.43 goals per game on average. A good start is needed, as each of their seven league outings have all had the same HT/FT result, but Crotone have conceded at least once inside the opening 30 minutes in five.
Fighting until the end, Lazio have scored three goals after the 94th minute across their previous two SA outings (W1, D1), and that bodes well for one of their men in particular… Additionally, two of their three SA away matches have seen one goal scored exactly in the 74th minute.
Other Nigerian players expected to be in action today include John Obi Mikel for Stoke City at home to fellow English Championship mid-table team Huddersfield; Simon Chukwueze for Villarreal at home to Spanish La Liga champions Real Madrid; Kevin Akpoguma for Hoffenheim at home to the newly promoted German Bundesliga side Stuttgart.
Amidst these crowded fixtures across Europe and Africa, 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 8-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:
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….Soliu Adeyemo is a betting tipster and consultant. Follow @BoomBetNG on Twitter for more betting tips and advice