Wednesday’s League and Cup acca returns more than £100 from a £5 stake
UK and Euro fixtures feature
Tonight sees another smattering of cup and league action across the UK and the Continent.
The Coral News Team have again cast their eyes over the evening’s fixtures, and selected six sides for victory.
Stick a £5 wager on tonight’s accumulator and if all six sides win, you could win £102.45. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Chelsea to beat Everton
This game is little more than a practice session for Everton.
Having sacked Ronald Koeman on Monday, David Unsworth will take charge of this trip to Stamford Bridge.
The Toffees haven’t won in West London since 1994. And though Antonio Conte is expected to make changes for this one, the Premier League champions should be adding further woe on the beleaguered Merseysiders at 1/2.
Tottenham to beat West Ham
While Koeman was given the boot, West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is clinging on to his job.
The Croatian is under intense pressure, and a trip to Tottenham is unlikely to help.
Like Conte, Mauricio Pochettino will be making changes. But given Spurs’ form and their habit of churning out quality youth players, they should still be far too strong. A home win beckons at 4/9.
Celtic to beat Aberdeen
Up to Scotland for what is arguably Celtic’s toughest game of the campaign, away at Aberdeen.
The two sides are joint-top after nine games, with the Bhoys ahead on goal difference.
And Brendan Rodgers’ side have proved dominant in this fixture, winning each of the last seven meetings. It’s rare to see Celtic chalked up at a handy 8/15, so this isn’t one to miss out on.
Napoli to beat Genoa
The domestic action continues in Serie A. Napoli dropped their first points of the campaign in a 0-0 draw with Inter last weekend.
But Gli Azzurri should boast far too much potency up front for a Genoa side which has failed to win eight of its nine games this term. Napoli to bounce back and win keeps the Coral acca ticking along at 4/11.
Chievo to beat AC Milan
This is the money-maker in tonight’s acca.
AC Milan boss Vincenzo Montella is a man under huge pressure. Despite spending heavily in the summer, the San Siro outfit are in the bottom half of the table.
So it’s a bad time for AC to head to Chievo. The Verona outfit are unbeaten in six, and their only defeats this term have to come to Lazio and Juventus.
They’re in excellent form and could all-but end Montella’s time at Milan with victory at an appealing 5/2.
Atalanta to beat Verona
While Chievo are backed to win, city rivals Verona are unlikely to do the same.
They head to Atalanta still in search of their first away win of the season. Worse still, their Bergamo hosts have lost just two of their last 25 home games.
La Dea round off tonight’s acca at 1/3.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publish