Betting Tips

9/1 Acca of the Day: Wednesday February 2


A globetrotting feel to Wednesday’s 9/1 Acca of the Day as we head to the Championship, the Scottish Premiership, and AFCON.

  • Senegal to beat Burkina Faso
  • Huddersfield to beat Derby
  • Celtic to beat Rangers

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Wednesday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Senegal to beat Burkina Faso

Senegal are improving with each stage of AFCON, and they look an excellent bet to see off Burkina Faso this evening and seal their place in the final.

They head into this match having won eight of their previous 11 and on the back of keeping four clean sheets in five games at this tournament.

Huddersfield to beat Derby

The great escape is still on for Derby County, but they look set to taste defeat this evening as they visit play-off pushing Huddersfield.

The hosts are unbeaten across their last 10 matches, and a win this evening would see them move into 5th spot in the table – with that sort of incentive, they look a solid bet.

Celtic to beat Rangers

It’s the second Old Firm clash of the season tonight at Celtic Park as the top two in the Scottish Premiership meet, and the hosts look good value to take the win and move into top spot in the table.

Celtic have won 12 of their last 13 in all competitions while Rangers gave stuttered on the road recently at Aberdeen and Ross County – Celtic can edge this one by the odd goal in front of a partisan home crowd.

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

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