Wednesday night brings us three more Champions League qualifiers as teams look to edge themselves one step closer to the lucrative group stages.
So we’ve put together a 13/1 Acca that covers all three matches in the hope of landing some humpday profit.
- Benfica to beat Spartak Moscow & both teams to score
- Slavia Prague to beat Ferencvaros
- Dinamo Zagreb to beat Legia Warsaw
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Wednesday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Benfica to beat Spartak Moscow & both teams to score
Benfica travel to Moscow to take on Spartak and we’re expecting an away win but goals at both ends.
New Spartak boss Rui Vitoria had four years in charge of Benfica but his record against the current Benfica coach, Jorge Jesus, is poor – losing 13 of the 21 times they’ve faced each other.
Spartak do know how to find the net at home though, only failing to score in two of their last nine home fixtures.
On the back of some excellent friendly results that have included a 1-0 win over French champions Lille, we’re expecting a Benfica win but with both teams scoring.
Slavia Prague to beat Ferencvaros
Slavia head east to Hungary and we expect it to be a fruitful trip for the Prague side.
They won the Czech title in style last season – remaining unbeaten in the league – and have made an excellent start to this campaign with two away wins in two games so far.
Slavia are currently unbeaten in their last 22 away games including wins over Leicester and Rangers on the road in the Europa League last season.
Chuck into the mix that they’ve also managed seven clean sheets in their last nine away games, and it all points to a long old night for Ferencvaros.
Dinamo Zagreb to beat Legia Warsaw
Zagreb welcome Legia Warsaw to the Stadion Maksimir and they look an excellent bet to get their noses in front in the tie.
They won 14 of their 18 home matches en route to winning the Croatian title and they’re currently unbeaten in their last four games.
Legia have made hard work of reaching this stage of qualifying and they’ve also conceded two or more goals in two of their last three away games – we expect more of the same on Wednesday.