It’s a busy Monday evening of football and having finished the weekend with a winning 18/1 Acca of the Day yesterday, we’re looking to start the new week with another winner.
We’ve put together a 9/1 Acca of the Day for the best of this evening’s action.
- Everton to beat Burnley
- Real Betis to beat Granada
- Getafe v Elche – under 2.5 goals
- Bologna v Verona – over 2.5 goals
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Monday’s Acca Betting Tips:
Everton to beat Burnley
It’s been an excellent start to the season for Rafa Benitez and Everton and they look set to build on that with victory over Burnley tonight.
Burnley have lost nine of their last 12 league games including their last five straight so we think Everton should have enough class to edge this in front of a packed Goodison.
Real Betis to beat Granada
Granada take on Betis at Los Carmenes tonight in what should to be a competitive clash but the away side look the value bet to bag the three points.
Granada have won just one and lost five of their last ten league games, while Betis have lost just one of their last 11 away trips in La Liga.
Getafe v Elche – under 2.5 goals
This one might not be one for the purists as goalscoring chances are likely to be thin on the ground at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez.
Under 2.5 goals has landed in ten of Elche’s last 11 La Liga games – including each of their three starts this term – while seven of Getafe’s last nine top-flight matches have also seen under 2.5 goals land.
Bologna v Verona – over 2.5 goals
Goals may be thin on the ground in Getafe but we do expect the goals to fly in Bologna where the home side takes on Verona in Serie A action tonight.
Eleven of Bologna’s last 20 home league matches have featured at least four goals, while Verona have bagged 12 and conceded 17 goals in their last 10 Serie A road trips.