Betting Tips

27/1 Acca of the Day: Wednesday August 18


From Loftus Road to the Estadio da Luz, there’s enough action to keep you interested this Wednesday evening across Europe.

As the Championship sides look to move fast out of the traps in this new campaign, two European giants look to book their place in this season’s Champions League proper.

We’ve pieced together a bulky 27/1 shot in Wednesday’s Acca of the Day:

  • QPR to beat Middlesbrough
  • West Brom to beat Sheffield United
  • Benfica v PSV – Score Draw

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Wednesday’s Acca Betting Tips:

QPR to beat Middlesbrough

Despite QPR’s continual yo-yoing around the bottom half of the Championship, the west London side have enjoyed a solid record over Middlesbrough across the last few seasons.

The Super Hoops have lost just once in their last six meetings against Boro and will bring that confidence to Loftus Road on Wednesday night after a solid start to their season.

Mark Warburton has taken four points from their opening two encounters and with Lyndon Dykes leading the line, they have a talented striker eager to impress.

West Brom to beat Sheffield United

Sheffield United still can’t shake that funk that got them relegated from the Premier League last season.

The Blades are goalless since their return to the second tier and this bluntness in attack won’t see them trouble a competent Baggies side.

West Brom are unbeaten since their relegation and have scored nine in their last three matches.

Benfica v PSV – Score Draw

Both of these former European Cup winners missed out on the competition last season, and are now forced to slug it out in a winner takes all route to the group stages.

Benfica have won all four of their competitive matches so far this season.

The Eagles have scored at least two across these four, as well as keeping three clean sheets.

PSV have also been on a domestic rampage winning all six of theirs, accompanied by 17 goals.

The Dutch side have won their last four away matches but would be happy to escape Lisbon with a draw on Wednesday.

Two confident teams should into the hands of a score draw.

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