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Sweet 40 Odds of Straight Wins ACCA on ZEbet

 Sweet 40 Odds of Straight Wins ACCA on ZEbet

Exciting football actions continue on Sunday across leagues in Europe. 

In England, Liverpool and Manchester United face off for the second time in a week as they contest the FA Cup fourth round at Old Trafford.

It’s been almost a week since the top-of-the-table showdown between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield, but a lot has changed since then.

Manchester United, Manchester City and Leicester all won their midweek fixtures before seeing Liverpool’s incredible unbeaten home run in the Premier League come to an end after almost four years. The dynamic at the top of the Premier League has shifted considerably, but on Sunday, attention will turn to the FA Cup.

Manchester United head into this game having lost just one of their last 12 competitive games and, with the Reds continuing to underperform, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will feel an air of confidence ahead of this showdown.

In Spain, the focus will be on Wanda Metropolitano where Valencia will be seeking to lay a glove on La Liga leaders Atlético Madrid who have dropped just two points at home this season. 

Six of Atletico Madrid’s eight home victories this season have been secured without concession, though it may be worth slightly playing against the grain this Sunday night when Valencia make the trip to Wanda Metropolitano.

There’s simply no way Atleti can be opposed for the win here after winning eight of their nine home league games this season and Los Colchoneros are now unbeaten in 20 La Liga matches at Wanda, winning 16. 

In Germany, after a crushing 8-0 defeat in September’s reverse fixture, Schalke will be fearing the worst as Bayern make the trip to Gelsenkirchen this afternoon.

After winning their last nine matches against Schalke including an 8-0 towelling at Allianz Arena on the opening day of the season, it’s little surprise that Bayern Munich are as short as 1/7 for this Sunday’s reverse fixture at VELTINS-Arena.

Despite a recent blip away to Borussia Monchengladbach, Bayern remain four points clear at the top of Bundesliga after responding with back to back victories and there’s nothing to suggest that Schalke can cause an upset here, with the hosts winning just one and losing 12 of their 17 league starts this term.

In Italy, champions Juventus host Bologna in the early Italian Serie A tie. Bologna head into this game chasing a shock win at Juventus, but the champions have had the edge in recent meetings.

Across the last nine seasons, Juventus have won 13 and drawn three of their 16 clashes with Bologna. However, with their quest for a tenth straight title faltering, will that fine record disappear for the Old Lady?

The hosts were beaten by Inter Milan last weekend in a severe blow to their title ambitions. However, Juve lifted silverware in midweek by beating Napoli in the Supercoppa Italiana.

Amidst this flurry of  actions across Europe, we have carefully picked a few matches in this Straight Wins ACCA tipping the home and away favorites to triumph against their opponents. 

These selections have been made based on available H2H stats and current forms of the selected teams. 

See bet slip below for the selected matches:

The Bet slip is a well researched Straight Wins ACCA of 42.20 odds. 

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