As always, it’s a busy Saturday evening of football action around the UK and Europe, and we’re taking in the Premier League, the National League, the Bundesliga, La Liga, and Serie A for our 11/1 Acca of the Day.
- Manchester United to beat Norwich
- Wrexham to beat Weymouth
- Wolfsburg to beat Stuttgart
- Valencia to beat Elche
- AC Milan to beat Udinese
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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Manchester United to beat Norwich
Two matches into Ralf Rangnick’s tenure at Manchester United and he’s yet to taste defeat – that impressive start looks likely to continue on Saturday as his side travel to lowly Norwich.
United are averaging 1.6 goals-per-game on their travels and are facing a Canaries side that have lost four of their seven home games in the league and who have failed to score in three of their last five games at Carrow Road in all competitions.
Wrexham to beat Weymouth
The BT Sports cameras will be at the Racecourse Ground on Saturday evening and they should be broadcasting a comfortable home victory.
Wrexham have won six of their last ten National League games while Weymouth are woeful on the road currently – they’ve lost five of their previous six away league matches.
Wolfsburg to beat Stuttgart
Wolfsburg may have lost their last four in all competitions but they look excellent value to get back to winning ways on Saturday when Stuttgart come to town.
The hosts have won 11 of their last 13 home Bundesliga matches, while the visitors are yet to win an away league game this season.
Valencia to beat Elche
The Mestalla is always a tough place to go and this season has been no different – Valencia have just once at home in eight La Liga fixtures this term.
And next to visit are Elche, who have just one away win from their last six and who have managed just three clean sheets in La Liga so far this campaign.
AC Milan to beat Udinese
An injury-hit Milan travel to Udinese on Saturday evening but they should have enough ability in their squad to return with three points.
The Rossoneri have won six of eight on the road this term and are taking on a Udinese side that have won just one of their last 13 and who parted company with manager Luca Gotti this week.