Betting Tips

13/1 Acca of the Day: Wednesday April 6 |

We’re casting our net across the Premier League and Championship on Wednesday in hope of reeling in a juicy 13/1 Acca of the Day.

We’ve spotted some value from Burnley to Middlesbrough, via Nottingham!

Let’s take a look at the legs involved:

  • Burnley v Everton – Over 2.5 goals
  • Middlesbrough v Fulham Draw
  • Nottm Forest to beat Coventry City

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Wednesday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Burnley v Everton – Over 2.5 goals

Evertonians have been claiming that this is their biggest game in 10 years as they travel to Burnley in search of an illusive away win.

You can imagine that one of these two sides will face the drop this summer, meaning Wednesday night’s meeting should play a huge part in how the Battle at the Bottom plays out.

Everton have the worst away form in the Premier League and without Michael Keane are sure to struggle at the back, but Burnley aren’t exactly the watertight side of years back so over 2.5 goals in a desperation slug-fest looks the right pick.

Middlesbrough v Fulham Draw

Fulham are cantering along nicely to the Championship title and can afford the odd slip-up over the next fortnight or so.

Middlesbrough can’t as they look to hold onto their playoff spot from the relentless chasing pack.

Boro’ have been a winning machine at home, but Fulham are the team to stop them in a well-contested draw.

Nottm Forest to beat Coventry City

Nottingham Forest are up to eighth in the Championship and with plenty of games in hand to leapfrog into the playoffs.

Their home form has been exceptional in 2022, and the Reds should be able to get over the line against a faltering Coventry.

The Sky Blues have won four of their last 17 on the road, with three of those wins coming against relegation-fodder.

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.