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18/1 Acca of the Day: Sunday August 22

Sunday is packed full of action as we piece together an 18/1 Acca of the Day from the Premier League and La Liga
At 18/1 a £10 bet would return £190

The Sunday schedule is once again jam-packed across Europe, with Tottenham, Manchester United and Real Madrid all in action and forming part of our Acca of the Day.

It’s an 18/1 shot today, and we don’t think the favourites will have it all their own way:

  • Wolves or Draw Double Chance v Tottenham
  • Manchester United to beat Southampton & BTTS
  • Real Madrid to beat Levante by 1 goal

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Sunday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Wolves or Draw Double Chance v Tottenham

The longer the Harry Kane “will he, won’t he” saga hangs over the heads of this Spurs side, the longer their performances will suffer.

Sure, that wasn’t exactly evident on the opening day of the season as they brushed aside Manchester City, but you get my point…

Nuno Espirito Santo will have an idea of Wolves’ set-up, but the former boss of the Wolverhampton side won’t have it all his own way at Molineux.

Raúl Jiménez is likely to make his first Premier League appearance at Molineux since November 2020, and the Mexican will be eager to underline his worth to Wolves.

Laying the Spurs win makes the most sense here as they struggle to find goals.

Manchester United to beat Southampton & BTTS

Manchester United look the real deal this season; the signings of Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho should act as two previously missing puzzle pieces to this squad.

Their form on the road last campaign was unrivalled at times, and a win at St. Mary’s against a depleted Southampton squad looks on the cards.

Ole’s Red Devils have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 Premier League outings, so a Saints consolation looks likely.

Real Madrid to beat Levante by 1 goal

Levante have taken the scalps of Madrid at least once in each of the last three seasons.

To say that Los Blancos don’t always have this fixture their own way would be an understatement, and we are expecting another tight one inside the Estadio Ciudad de Valencia.

Still, Madrid have won their last four competitive matches, and backing Ancelotti’s men to pinch this one holds the value.

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

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