There’s plenty of football to enjoy on Saturday evening and we’re taking in the action from the Premier League, the Bundesliga, AFCON, and the Copa Del Rey for our 12/1 Acca of the Day.
- Aston Villa v Manchester United – both teams to score
- Monchengladbach v Leverkusen – over 2.5 goals
- Egypt to beat Guinea-Bissau
- Betis & Sevilla to Draw
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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Aston Villa v Manchester United – both teams to score
Having clashed in the FA Cup on Monday evening, Villa and Manchester United face each other on league duty tonight, and we expect goals at both ends at Villa Park.
Villa have scored in all nine of their home games in the Premier League this campaign, while United have bagged in all 12 away games.
Monchengladbach v Leverkusen – over 2.5 goals
Goals look on the agenda this evening in the Bundesliga as Monchengladbach take on Bayer Leverkusen.
Each of the hosts last three home league games have seen at least four goals scored, while Leverkusen’s league games are averaging four goals per game this term.
Egypt to beat Guinea-Bissau
Egypt are expected to bounce back from their opening match defeat to Nigeria by seeing off Guinea-Bissau.
Guinea looked poor in a goalless draw against Sudan, and with 61 places between these sides in the FIFA rankings, an Egyptian victory looks like a solid selection.
Betis & Sevilla to Draw
These city rivals clash in the Copa Del Rey this evening and it’s likely to be a tightly fought affair.
Sevilla have been impressive on the road this season but form can go out in the window in a Seville Derby, and Betis have won three of their last four in all competitions – this one looks like being a low-scoring stalemate.