Betting Tips

14/1 Acca of the Day: Tuesday March 8

It’s another busy Tuesday evening of football, and we’re focussing on the Champions League and Championship for our 14/1 Acca of the Day.

  • Millwall to beat Blackburn
  • Sheffield United to beat Middlesbrough
  • Bayern v FC Salzburg – over 3.5 goals

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Tuesday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Millwall to beat Blackburn

The form of these two sides have flipped in recent weeks, and Millwall look superb value to take all three points at Ewood Park tonight.

The Lions have won their last five league games, including their previous two on the road, while Blackburn have failed to win six of their last seven Championship matches.

Sheffield United to beat Middlesbrough

Sheffield United have been in excellent form at home, and victory over Boro tonight would see them leapfrog them in the table.

The Blades have won five of their last seven home Championship games and kept clean sheets seven of their past eight at Bramall Lane, while Boro have lost on three of their previous four road trips.

Bayern v FC Salzburg – over 3.5 goals

The first-leg may have ended 1-1, but there should be plenty of goalscoring opportunities at the Allianz Arena tonight.

Bayern have scored 51 goals in 16 home clashes this term and banged in 13 goals across their three home Champions League group games, while Salzburg’s last nine trips to German sides in Europe have seen 32 goals scored.

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.