The Daily Acca: A Sunday 7/1 Odds Boost

The Daily Acca: A Sunday 7/1 Odds Boost

The Daily Acca: A Sunday 7/1 Odds Boost

It’s a 7/1 odds boost for Paul Robinson’s Daily Acca today, and it features both UEFA Nations League games and Brazil’s World Cup Qualifier. Here are his selections:

More goals for Belgium

Bet 1: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Italy v Belgium @ 19/20 – KO 14:00 BST

Both Italy and Belgium were beaten in decent matches in the Nations League semi-finals, and I expect their Play-off today to have at least three goals.

This won’t be a game that either manager is taking hugely seriously. Obviously they would like to win, but these kind of matches in tournaments are often a bit of an afterthought.

That usually leads to goals, and with Roberto Martinez’s men often involved in high-scoring affairs anyway, Over 2.5 definitely looks the right play to me.

Final to be a classic

Bet 2: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Spain v France @ 23/20 – KO 19:45 BST

Spain and France will be taking their Nations League fixture seriously though, given that it is the final.

The former beat Italy 2-1 on Wednesday, with Ferran Torres netting a brace. The French had to come from 2-0 down to win 3-2, putting in a second half performance that we knew the World Champions are capable of.

Goals should feature again, as Didier Deschamps’ men have had issues keeping clean sheets recently, while Spain are beginning to click in-front of goal.

Brazil to lose their 100% record

Bet 3: Back Colombia & Draw @ 8/11 – KO 22:00 BST

Brazil have taken maximum points from their nine World Cup Qualifiers to date, so they really don’t need to go all guns blazing for the win tonight, and they face a tricky trip to Colombia.

The hosts are only fifth, so they definitely need a result, but their main problem hasn’t been losing matches, it’s been not winning enough.

Five of their 10 have ended all square, and that is a result that would do us just fine with this bet. It’s also worth noting that they have avoided defeat in two of their last three against the Brazilians.