It’s a juicy Sunday of football action and we’re focussing on the Premier League and La Liga for our 13/1 Acca of the Day.
- West Ham to beat Burnley
- Newcastle (Double Chance) v Leicester
- Real Betis v Real Sociedad – both teams to score
- Real Madrid to beat Atletico Madrid
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Sunday’s Acca Betting Tips:
West Ham to beat Burnley
Burnley have been difficult to beat in recent weeks but high-flying West Ham look like a solid bet to take three points on Sunday.
The Hammers look genuine top-four contenders this term and have won seven of their 11 competitive away games this campaign, and they won both meetings with Burnley last season.
Newcastle (Double Chance) v Leicester
Newcastle recorded their first league win of the season last week and they look an excellent price to avoid defeat as they head to the King Power on Sunday afternoon.
Leicester have suffered two bruising defeats in the last week and haven’t managed a clean sheet in the Premier League since the opening day – we’re all aboard Newcastle on the Double Chance market.
Real Betis v Real Sociedad – both teams to score
Goals look on the agenda as Real Betis take on Sociedad on Sunday evening with the hosts 16 matches this season featuring 44 goals.
And Sociedad aren’t shy when it comes to being amongst the goals either – there’s been 24 in their eight away matches so far this campaign.
Real Madrid to beat Atletico Madrid
It’s the Madrid derby on Sunday and Real look an excellent price to solidify their spot at the top of the La Liga table on the back of 11 victories from their last 12 matches.
Real are also unbeaten in the last 11 league meetings against their rivals and are facing an Atleti side struggling for consistency – they’ve not won back-to-back matches since September.