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9/2 Acca of the Day: Wednesday July 14

It might be mid-July, but competitive football is already well underway as the Scottish League Cup and early Champions League qualifiers take centre stage.
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The Champions League final may be a full ten months away, but European football’s greatest knockout competition is already underway, while up north, we have a handful of Scottish League cup ties to sink our teeth into. 

And we’re going for this 9/2 treble to keep us ticking over. 

  • Arbroath to beat East Fife
  • Legia Warsaw to beat Bodo Glimt
  • Dundee United half time/full time v Elgin City

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Wednesday’s Acca Betting Tips:

Arbroath to beat East Fife

The hosts ended the last campaign in decent nick at home with just a couple of defeats in their last eleven games. 

They’re also a division above East Fife, who had a shocking away record last season that saw them lose ten of their previous 13 on the road. 

Legia Warsaw to beat Bodo Glimt

The second leg of this Champions League qualifier is back in the Polish capital after Legia clinched a 3-2 victory in Norway last week. 

And we think they’ll have too much at home against a Glimt side that are struggling for form domestically, with just one win in six, as well as no clean sheets in that run.

Dundee United half time/full time v Elgin City

The Tangerines didn’t have a great season in the Scottish Premiership last season but a three-division gap for this one should take its toll.

Elgin ended last season in inconsistent form and have started this season with a 5-0 home friendly defeat to Championship side Ross County and a 1-0 loss to Arbroath in the League Cup four days ago. 

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

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