We’re dipping into the Premier League, Championship and EFL Trophy final this Sunday for a tempting 11/1 Acca of the Day!
Let’s take a look at the legs involved:
- West Ham to beat Everton
- Birmingham to beat West Bromwich Albion
- Rotherham to beat Sutton United
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Sunday’s Acca Betting Tips:
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West Ham to beat Everton
There’s no two ways about it: Everton’s away form stinks.
The Toffees find themselves in a relegation battle this season but it’s their home form that is going to see them over the line.
West Ham have only lost four at home this campaign and considering Everton have taken just six points on the road all season, the home win looks likely here.
Birmingham to beat West Bromwich Albion
At 3/1 for a home win, it’s impossible to turn your head away from the Blues in this Midlands derby.
The Baggies have only won 25% of their away games in the Championship this season, losing half of them, and we’re banking on the international break throwing s slight spanner in the works at the Hawthornes.
Birmingham have drawn blanks in four of their last five so are due a strike (or two!).
Rotherham to beat Sutton United
Rotherham sit 34 places above Sutton in the Football League and shouldn’t need to rely on excuses on Sunday afternoon, despite their growing injury list.
The Millers have been defensively sound all campaign and should take a trip to Wembley in their stride following successful playoff outings in north London over the past decade.
Sutton have over-performed this season and a rabbit-in-the-headlights-performance wouldn’t be a shock in their first EFL Trophy final.