The Daily Acca: A 9/2 treble starting at Wembley | OneFootball

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·18 May 2024

The Daily Acca: A 9/2 treble starting at Wembley

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Leg 1 Bolton (90mins) @ 4/51.80 (16:15)

Bolton and Oxford meet at Wembley this afternoon for a place in the Championship, and I am siding with the favourites.

Ian Evatt's side finished in third place in the regular season - 10 points better-off than their opponents here. The first meeting between the pair in November finished goalless, but when they met again in March, Bolton ran out emphatic 5-0 winners.

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Wanderers lost their first game since March in the second leg of their semi-final against Barnsley, but they had already done the hard work in the first leg, and they look primed to make their return to the second tier.

U2.5 Goals in Lecce v Atalanta @ 9/10 (17:00)

In Serie A, Atalanta have the worst conversion rate when it comes to Under 2.5 Goals, with only 34% of their fixtures finishing with two goals or fewer, but they have had a very heavy schedule of late, and they might end up running out of steam.

It's also worth noting that with a three point advantage over Roma in sixth, and this being a game in hand, a point at Lecce might not be a bad result as far as qualifying for the Champions League goes.

A 0-1 loss to Juventus in the Coppa Italia on Wednesday will have left the players feeling fatigued, and they have the Europa League Final coming up in four days.

Lecce are in mid-table with nothing really to play for, and eight of their last 10 outings have seen this selection land.

U2.5 Goals in Torino v AC Milan @ 13/20 (19:45)

One Italian team who have been very kind to Under 2.5 backers this season is Torino. A resounding 72% of their Serie A fixtures have two goals or less, and with neither side having much to play for here, I am backing them to increase that percentage.

AC Milan are the visitors to Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino, and they already know whatever their final two results, they will finish as runners-up to Inter.

Stefano Pioli's men ended a six match winless run by beating Cagliari 5-1 last time, but they won't get those kind of chances at Torino, and I am very keen on a low-scoring affair.

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