Betting Tips

15/2 Anytime Scorer Acca: Tuesday March 15


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After a winner a fortnight ago, we fell desperately short of back-to-back anytime success last week as we landed two out of three midweek legs. 

So, let’s go one better with tonight’s treble, which you can back at around 15/2

  • Dominic Solanke (BOURNEMOUTH v Reading)
  • Sebastien Haller (AJAX v Benfica)
  • Carlton Morris (BARNSLEY v Bristol City) 

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15/2 Anytime Scorer Acca Betting Tips:

Dominic Solanke (BOURNEMOUTH v Reading)

The 24-year-old was back in the goals at the weekend with the opener in Bournemouth’s 2-0 win over Derby, making it 22 goals for the season. 

And in Reading, the Cherries face the joint-worst defence in the Championship, having conceded a whopping 72 goals already this season. 

Sebastien Haller (AJAX v Benfica)

Haller has had a stunning season in front of goal for the Dutch giants, scoring 31 goals in all competitions, including an impressive 11 in the Champions League. 

He scored at both ends in the first leg against Benfica, and with Ajax needing a win to progress to the last eight, we expect plenty of chances to come his way. 

Carlton Morris (BARNSLEY v Bristol City) 

The Barnsley man hasn’t had a particularly prolific season, but he comes into this one on the back of a goal after netting against table-topping Fulham on Saturday. 

And despite a 1-0 win at Blackburn at the weekend, Bristol City tend to concede bucketloads away from home. In fact, prior to their trip to Ewood Park, they’d conceded at least twice in their previous 12 games on the road.  

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