Weekend football acca for August 12-13
FootyOn pick out a promising weekend football acca for August 12-13, ahead of an array of fixtures across the globe.
The new season is here and superb odds are ready to entice punters throughout the long and thrilling season.
So, with potential profit like this available, be sure to read our weekend football acca for August 12-13…
Ajax to beat Heracles – 4/9*
Live on Sky Sports Football, kick-off 19:45 BST.
After seeing their Eredivisie dominance demolished by Feyenoord last term, the Amsterdam outfit will be out for a strong start against Heracles.
Now under the management of Marcel Keizer, the Dutchman will be sure to fire his players up ahead of their league curtain raiser.
Heracles finished 38 points behind Ajax last term and expect that gap to still remain this weekend.
LA Galaxy to beat New York City FC – 6/4
Live on Sky Sports Football, kick-off 4:00 BST.
Last time these two met in California, Galaxy thrashed the New Yorkers 5-1 in a battle of these contrasting coast clubs.
The LA outfit have also strengthened significantly during the summer, bringing in Jonathan dos Santos from Villarreal, reuniting him with his brother Giovani.
City may be third in the Eastern Conference, but expect home advantage to play a part.
Juventus to beat Lazio – 10/11*
Live on Sky Sports Mix, kick-off 19:45 BST.
When it comes to Italian football betting, it’s hard to back anyone but Juve.
The Old Lady made it to the Champions League final last season and added to their substantial recent Scudetto haul.
Adding smartly to their already stacked squad, acquiring the likes of Federico Bernardeschi, Juan Cuadrado and Medhi Benatia this summer – retaining their Serie A looks a near formality.
Combine this with the fact that Juve have only lost once to Lazio in their last 24 meetings, and this Supercoppa Italiana tie looks to be going only one way.
Real Madrid to beat Barcelona – 23/10*
Live on Sky Sports Football/Main Event, kick-off 21:00 BST.
Los Blancos are coming off a superb double winning season in which it saw them lift their third Champions League title in four years and finally claimed a long overdue La Liga crown.
Meanwhile, Barca have just lost one of their star players and the club has been rocked as a result, with Neymar heading to PSG for a world record fee.
Expect a wounded Nou Camp side to fall to Zinedine Zidane’s men.