SOLIU Adeyemo

It’s another weekend with plenty of football actions taking place across leagues in Europe, Asia and Africa.

However, the quarter-final fixtures of the money spinning UEFA Champions League continue to grab the attention of football fans around the world.

Kelechi Iheanacho’s boyhood club, Manchester City square up to French Ligue 1 side, Lyon in the final quarter-final match of the 2019/2020 UEFA Champions League at the Estádio José Alvalade in Lisbon, Portugal.

After a 4-2 aggregate win over Real Madrid in the previous round, Manchester City are massive favourites in this quarter-final clash. They enter this battle unbeaten in nine UEFA Champions League (UCL) matches (W7, D2), with both teams scoring in the last six of those clashes. In addition to the above, four of City’s last five UCL victories have produced a level HT scoreline.

A win for Lyon seems like a distant prospect, and they will do well to avoid defending a spot kick against City of all teams. Notably, the opposition accounts for three of four total first-half penalties scored across their last two UCL fixtures drawn/lost.

Lyon have lost each of their last three UCL games played away from French soil, being outscored 3:1 across those defeats (GF 2, GA 6). Though only two of those eight goals came before the 40th minute, Lyon conceded exactly once in each half across that run of losses.

Elsewhere, in the Belgian Jupiler league, not less than five Nigerian footballers are involved in the three fixtures scheduled for this Saturday.

While the trio of Imoh Ezekiel, Igobor Moffi and Abdul Jeleel Ajagun are expected to be in action for Kortrijk in their tricky away encounter with Gent at the Ghelamco Arena, their other two compatriots, Stephen Odey and Paul Onuachu will be in a home action for Genk when they welcome the newly promoted Leuven to the Luminus Arena.

Genk were forced to dig deep in their opening season fixture away to Waregem as they had to come from behind to secure a 2-1 victory. It was a different story for Kortrijk who lost their opening home fixture 3-1 against Waasland-Beveren.

Amidst these crowded fixtures across Europe and Asia, we have carefully picked a few matches in this Home and Away Wins ACCA Special

An ACCA or Accumulator is of different varieties ranging from straight wins [1X2], Double Chance, both teams to score [BTTS], draw no bet [DNB] to home or away wins either halves [H/AWEH].

Based on available H2H stats, League position and current forms of the selected teams, we have compiled this 10-game Home Wins ACCA by tipping the favorites to win the match within 90mins and the additional time.

See bet slip  below for the selected matches:

This 10-game Home Wins and Away ACCA bet slip of 46 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.

COPY AND PASTE this BetKing  booking code JKTJM to play along here.

Remember to always bet responsibly. Always avoid staking what you cannot afford losing!

 May you play along.

….Soliu Adeyemo is a betting tipster and consultant. Follow @BoomBetNG on Twitter for more betting tips and advice

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