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Wednesday’s Treble Bet – Wed 6th March

Well, we don’t actually have that many games to pick from on Wednesdayoutside of the two Champions League games as the only other games of note taking place are a couple of Scottish non-league clashes, the USA taking on Brazil on the She Believes Cup and the game I’ve added to this acca, the French cup tie between lower league Vitres and Nantes.

As such, rather than the usual fourfold, we have got a small Wednesday treble to enjoy this week and although the odds are not huge, I am happy to take profit from the bookies wherever it occurs.

The big games tonight though are in the Champions League and see Manchester United face a daunting trip to France to take on Paris St Germain at the Parc des Princes.  Thomas Tuchel’s side are unbeaten in their last 14 home games, winning them all and with a 2-0 lead from the first leg at Old Trafford, they look well set to progress in the tournament.

The other game tonight though is far more open with AS Roma leading FC Porto 2-1 following the first leg in Rome. Young Italian midfielder Niccolo Zainolo netted the two goals for the home side in the first leg but FC Porto grabbed what could be a crucial away goal with Andre Silva’s strike on 79 minutes giving them a great chance to progress at home.

Let’s take a closer look at my tips for each of the three games tonight.

Wednesday’s Football Accumulator – 06/03/2019

    • 5:30
    • Vitre v Nantes - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • FC Porto v AS Roma - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • PSG v Man Utd - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 6th March

Vitre v Nantes – Away Win

AS Vitre play in Group C of the regional league in France, which is the equivalent of the lower league/non league in the UK. They currently lie in 12th position out of 16 teams in Group C and oddly enough, they are in the same division as Nantes B team, who lie seven places above them in the table in fifth place. The two teams played just a short time ago and it ended 0-0, so if Nantes B team can get a draw against their opponents, their first team should be confident of a win. Nantes have not had the best of time of late and they lie 14th in the table. They have lost just one of their last three games though, although they have tended to find goals hard to come by with just two scored in their last four games. Even so they should have more than enough quality to get the job done here at the first time of asking against their lower league opponents.

FC Porto v AS Roma – Home Win

This is the real conundrum game for me. Roma won the first leg 2-1 but they tend not to travel well, especially in Europe and even domestically they have suffered a 3-0 away defeat at Lazio and a 7-1 loss to Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia in recent times. Porto’s home record was fabulous until the weekend but Benfica came into town and despite being reduced to ten men, they earned a 2-1 win over the home side, which put them above Porto and top of the Portuguese league table. Porto have a very good record at home in Europe though this season and I feel they have the quality to grab a couple of goals here, even if Roma do score one back. I can see this game needing extra time or even penalties to decide the winner but on the night I am backing FC Porto to claim a narrow win.

Paris St Germain v Man Utd – Home Win

Paris St Germain put on a fine display of counterattacking football at Old Trafford last time out and in truth, although they won 2-0, it was only thanks to fine saves from David de Gea that Manchester United are just two goals adrift heading into the second leg. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans for that game were ruined when Martial and Lingard picked up injuries in the first half and in truth the Red Devils never really recovered from that and PSG took control of the game from thereon. Paris have won all of their last fourteen games at home in all competitions and the Parc des Princes is a very tough place to go to try and get a win and as much as I’d like United to do it, I think Paris win this game and with it, move into the quarterfinals comfortably.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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