The football keeps on coming on Saturday evening and we’ve put together a 10/1 Acca of the Day on the best of the European action.
- Eintracht Frankfurt v RB Leipzig – both teams to score
- Torino v Sampdoria – both teams to score
- Draw or Lens v Lyon
- Bournemouth to beat Reading
- Barcelona to beat Alaves
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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Eintracht Frankfurt v RB Leipzig – both teams to score
Frankfurt are still hunting for their first domestic home win of the season while Leipzig are winless on the road so going for a winner here is a tough ask but the stats suggest we’ll see goals.
Both teams have scored in five of Frankfurt’s six home games in all competitions while there have been goals at both ends in seven of Leipzig’s last 10 matches.
Torino v Sampdoria – both teams to score
This pair have leaked 31 goals between them so far this season so there’s every chance it’s going to be an entertaining clash in Turin.
The hosts have gone six games without a clean sheet while Sampdoria have conceded three or more goals in five of their last six.
Lens or Draw v Lyon
Lens have enjoyed an excellent start to the season and are currently 2nd in Ligue 1 having won six of their 11 games to date.
And they’ll fancy their chances of taking at least a point from their trip to Lyon having already recorded wins on the road this season at Monaco and Marseille.
Bournemouth to beat Reading
High-flying Bournemouth head to Reading on Saturday evening as they hunt down another three points to maintain their lead at the top of the Championship table.
The Cherries boast the best away record in the league, winning five of their seven on the road, and they’ve kept a clean sheet in each of their last six matches.
Barcelona to beat Alaves
With Ronald Koeman shown the door at the Camp Nou we’re expecting a positive reaction from Barca as they host Alaves.
The visitors have three defeats in four away games in La Liga and have failed to score in all of those losses while Barcelona have won five of their eight home games this season.