Betting Tips

9/1 Acca of the Day: Friday September 24

The Championship, League Two and Bundesliga have caught our eye on Friday night as a 9/1 Acca of the Day comes to town.

Check out our three-fold Acca of the Day here:

  • Coventry v Peterborough – BTTS
  • Robert Lewandowski Over 2.5 Shots on Target
  • Barrow v Newport County Draw

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Friday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Coventry v Peterborough – BTTS

Despite lingering down the bottom of the Championship in 21st, Posh are full of pizzaz.

They’ve bagged 10 goals in eight matches – more than every other side up to 15th – as well as three on the road in their last two away matches.

Coventry are looking pretty competent up in fourth following promotion, but are the lowest scorers in the top half.

Still, we expect the hosts to penetrate Posh’s defence on Friday – a side that are averaging over two per match at the wrong end.

Robert Lewandowski Over 2.5 Shots on Target

Bayern Munich are already averaging four goals per game in this season’s Bundesliga.

The Bavarians are sitting pretty at the top of the league with Polish powerhouse Robert Lewandowski responsible for seven league goals.

Furth are bottom of the league having already conceded 13 – Lewandowski can fill his boots on Friday night.

Barrow v Newport County Draw

Two points separate Barrow and Newport County following similar starts to life in the fourth tier.

They’ve shared five draws already this season, with their wins and defeats coming by narrow margins.

It’s near impossible to split these two and this should reflect in Friday night’s fixture.

A draw holds the obvious value.

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