It’s a super Sunday of football action at both home and abroad and we’ve scoured far and wide for our fancies in today’s 13/1 Acca of the Day.
- Everton v West Ham – over 2.5 goals
- Newcastle v Tottenham – both teams to score
- Villarreal v Osasuna – both teams to score
- Napoli to beat Torino
- Juventus to beat Roma
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Sunday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Everton v West Ham – over 2.5 goals
Goals look on the agenda at Goodison as West Ham travel north to take on Everton with both sides sitting in the top 10.
West Ham’s domestic matches have averaged 3.4 goals per game so far this season while Everton have banged in five goals in their last two home games.
Newcastle v Tottenham – both teams to score
It’s a new dawn for Newcastle and we expect goals as they face Spurs on Sunday at St James’.
Both teams have got on the scoresheet in the Magpies last five and in Spurs’ last four and on current form goals are likely at both ends.
Villarreal v Osasuna – both teams to score
We fancy goals at La Ceramica as Villarreal face Osasuna in what should be an entertaining La Liga clash.
The visitors are three from three on the road in La Liga this season while Villarreal have netted six goals in their three home starts.
Napoli to beat Torino
Napoli have been a dominant force at home, winning 15 of their 22 Serie A games since the start of last season and they look set for another victory when Torino come to town.
The hosts are undefeated in their last 12 matches against Torino and have also scored at least two goals in their last seven league games.
Juventus to beat Roma
Juventus look set to continue their good run of form with victory over Jose Mourinho’s Roma side on Sunday.
Juve have won 15 of their 22 home games since the start of last season and have won five of the last six meetings between these two at the Allianz Stadium.
Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.