Domestic action returns around Europe on Saturday following the international break and we’ve put together a 21/1 Acca for the best of the Saturday evening action.
- Chelsea to beat Aston Villa
- Bayern Munich to beat RB Leipzig
- Napoli to beat Juventus
- Athletic Bilbao & Mallorca to draw
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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Chelsea to beat Aston Villa
Chelsea look set to take the points on Saturday evening as they take on Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge – the Blues have recorded five clean sheets in their last seven.
Villa lost on the road at Watford on the opening day and another road trip loss looks on the cards against a Chelsea side that should have too much class.
Bayern Munich to beat RB Leipzig
Bayern have been brilliant at home so far in the league with 3-2 and 5-0 wins over Cologne and Hertha and we expect them to seal their first away win of the season against Leipzig.
Julian Nagelsmann’s side are unbeaten in the last 12 against Leipzig and Bayern should have enough firepower to edge this one by the odd goal.
Napoli to beat Juventus
Max Allegri’s return to Juventus has stuttered so far – Juve blew a 2-0 lead over Udinese to draw and then lost at home to Empoli.
They now face a trip to Naples to take on a Napoli side that are unbeaten in their last 11 Serie A games and who have won nine of their last 12 home league games.
Athletic Bilbao & Mallorca to draw
Athletic Bilbao and Mallorca put their unbeaten starts to the La Liga season on the line at San Mames on Saturday evening and we’re expecting defences to come out on top.
Both teams have conceded just one goal apiece – each keeping two clean sheets – and a low-scoring stalemate looks to be on the cards in the Basque Country.