Tuesday’s Premier League & Euro acca could pay over £100 off a £5 stake
A tasty four-fold is on
There’s nothing quite like a midweek acca when there’s plenty of football taking place.
Thankfully, there’s a decent spread of action across the UK and Europe from the elite leagues.
With a handful of Premier League fixtures, as well as the Bundesliga, there’s much to pick from.
The Coral News Team have gone with a four-fold acca featuring a few nicely-priced selections.
If all four tips win, a £5 stake will come in at £101.25. All prices are correct at time of publication.
Burnley to beat Stoke City
Sean Dyche’s Burnley side are currently level on points with Tottenham Hotspur in seventh.
The Clarets have won four of their last six games, including another good win over Watford at the weekend.
Stoke shipped five against Spurs a few days ago and will be up against it again at Turf Moor. Burnley start the acca off at 5/4.
Crystal Palace to beat Watford
Considering how dangerous Watford can be on the road, this is a brave pick but Crystal Palace are worth the points.
The Eagles have been generally very good since Roy Hodgson took over. But for Christian Benteke’s last-gasp penalty miss they would have beaten Bournemouth.
Watford haven’t won in three. Most of the motivation lies with Palace. They’re the second addition at 6/5.
Wolfsburg to beat RB Leipzig
It’s over to the Bundesliga for the third selection as Wolfsburg face RB Leipzig at the Volkswagen Arena.
Leipzig are second in the table but are in a poor run of form. They exited the Champions League and failed to win their previous two League games.
Martin Schmidt’s Wolfsburg side have lost just one of their last six and look much-improved since Schmidt’s arrival.
The Saxony outfit joins the acca at a generously priced 2/1.
Monaco to beat Caen
This four-fold ends in France with a Coupe de la Ligue tie between Monaco and Caen on the South Coast.
Monaco are still going nicely in Ligue 1 despite their poor European performances. Leonardo Jardim’s side have won their last two games and will a Caen side winless in their previous three.
The Principality club have beaten Caen in their last three previous meetings with Caen winning none since 2013.
Monaco should win this comfortably hence the odds of 4/11 to round off the acca.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing