Betting Tips

17/1 Acca of the Day: Tuesday August 10

It barely feels like yesterday that Manchester City lifted last season’s EFL Cup inside Wembley Stadium, but guess what, we’re ready to do it all again.

There are 28 Round One fixtures to choose from on Tuesday night, but we’ve selected three to piece together today’s meaty 17/1 Acca of the Day.

  • Oldham v Tranmere Draw
  • Sheffield United to beat Carlisle United
  • Hull City to beat Wigan Athletic & BTTS

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Tuesday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Oldham v Tranmere Draw

Three of the last six meetings between these two have ended in draws, and only once in those six clashes have Oldham and Tranmere been separated by more than one goal.

Tranmere are the better side on paper, but an uninspired draw looks on the cards here as both sides look to get up to speed after the summer break.

Sheffield United to beat Carlisle United

Carlisle’s League Two opener petered out at the weekend as they struggled to a 0-0 draw against Colchester Town.

Sheffield United need to un-learn their habit of getting beaten after their dismal relegation from the Premier League, and this offers them the perfect opportunity to do so.

The Blades should canter to a home victory.

Hull City to beat Wigan Athletic & BTTS

Despite the recent resurgence of the Latics following their takeover, Hull City should view themselves as a class above.

Hull flexed their muscles on the opening day of the Championship with a 4-1 win against Preston and should keep the ball rolling in style inside the MKM Stadium.

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