Betting Tips

7/1 Acca of the Day: Saturday August 28

There’s some cracking televised action on Saturday evening, and we’re accompanying it with a tempting three-fold across the Premier League, Championship and Serie A.

Check out our 7/1 shot here:

  • Chelsea to score 2 or more goals
  • West Brom to beat Peterborough
  • Juventus/Juventus HT/FT

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Saturday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Chelsea to score 2 or more goals

So far this season, Chelsea have rattled three past Crystal Palace and two at the Emirates, without conceding.

Sure, Liverpool are expected to be a tougher test for the European champions, but with Romelu Lukaku looking hungry in attack, they are a team that should bleed goals.

The Reds struggled at Anfield last season and Chelsea are primed to take advantage of any defensive slip-ups.

West Brom to beat Peterborough

The Baggies should have fresh legs after fielding a weakened side in the EFL Cup midweek.

Promotion is the key agenda for Valérien Ismaël in the West Brom hot seat, and a trip to newly-promoted Posh shouldn’t be of concern.

West Brom are unbeaten in their four Championship matches this season, scoring eleven – expect that run to continue.

Juventus/Juventus HT/FT

Juventus has enjoyed eight wins in a row against Empoli and haven’t suffered a Serie A defeat to Gli Azzurri since way back in the “Golazo” years of 1999.

Despite a Cristiano Ronaldo shaped hole in their attack, Juventus are on a mission this season and should breeze past Empoli on Saturday night.

Expect a fast start in Turin.

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