You know what they say: four heads are better than one.
That’s exactly our thinking behind a Wednesday night Champions League Pundits’ Pick Acca.
It’s a 17/1 shot this midweek as Lewis Watson, James Capps, Joseph Parker and Scott McGlynn return with a tasty four-fold.
Check out our legs here:
- Juventus to beat Zenit St Petersburg
- Over 2.5 Malmo corners (v Chelsea)
- Villarreal to beat Young Boys
- Manchester United to beat Atalanta
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Wednesday’s Pundits’ Pick Acca Betting Tips:
James Capps’ Pick – Juventus to beat Zenit St Petersburg
Six wins on the spin and Juventus are a force to be reckoned with again.
The Old Lady will be reluctant to undo their good work in beating Chelsea on matchday 2 and should be able to sweep aside Zenit.
Zenit have lost their last two matches.
Scott McGlynn’s Pick – Over 2.5 Malmo corners (v Chelsea)
Malmo are another Champions League defeat from being dead and buried in Group H.
The Swedes are used to playing front-foot football and have the capability to test the Chelsea defence in pockets of the game – despite the final result.
Three corners at a minimum for the visitors looks solid.
Joseph Parker’s Pick – Villarreal to beat Young Boys
Emery’s Yellow Submarine are due a win on the road.
Young Boys could be perceived as flat-track bullies in the Swiss League and this step up in quality against the Europa League holders could be vast.
The away win is priced well as Young Boys are made to look just that.
Lewis Watson’s Pick – Manchester United to beat Atalanta
Pressure is building, once again, on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Just when it looks like the Baby Faced Assassin will face the chop, he manages to pull a run of form from the fire to dissuade the powers that be in Manchester.
Expect this again on Wednesday night against an Atalanta side that are competent on the road.
It may be ugly – and high scoring – but a home win is on the cards.
Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.