While the majority of supporters live for the weekend, football connoisseurs know midweek balling is where it’s at.
We’ve delved deep into the fixtures (so you don’t have to) in order to pick out a fantastic five-fold accumulator that comes in at just over 40/1.
While Tottenham struggled moving away from White Hart Lane to Wembley losing against Monaco last time out in the Champions League, their opponents CSKA Moscow have also got a new stadium to get used too.
Arena CSKA will see only its third competitive game with Spurs making the long spin to Moscow tomorrow night in Group E.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has wasted no time in sorting out the issues raised in that Monaco defeat, and they’ve since won three on the spin.
CSKA have scored a win and a draw at their new home, but we think Spurs will inflict their first loss there at .
Keep an eye on Tottenham’s South Korean sensation Son Heung-min in the first goal market at . He’s been on fire this season, netting four goals – including both in the victory over Middlesbrough at the weekend.
Group B witnesses a meeting of teams bang on form in their domestic leagues on Wednesday night.
Benfica travel to the Stadio San Paolo flying high at the top of the Portuguese Primeira Liga to face a Napoli side sitting in second place in Serie A.
Spanish striker José Callejón could be the difference maker in this one, having already tallied five goals in six outings this campaign. He’s to find the net at any time in this contest.
Benfica could only manage a draw with Besiktas in their opening group tie and when you couple this with the fact that Napoli have never lost to a to Portuguese opposition at home, you can see why we have the Italians in our acca at .
Tuesday night’s Yorkshire derby in the Championship features two teams at opposite ends of the league’s spectrum.
Huddersfield’s spectacular start to the season has probably shocked even their most die-hard supporters. Despite losing narrowly to Reading on Saturday, the Terriers are still second in the table.
Rotherham on the other hand are on a dreadful run, their second from bottom and have only managed a single win all season.
It’s easy to see why we are selecting Huddersfield as our acca’s third leg and they’re to make it a fourth win in six.
The last two meetings of these clubs has ended in an away victory each time and we think Brighton are a safe bet to make it a third in midweek.
The Seagulls soared to a 2-0 victory at the weekend, leaving them third in the Championship and should travel to Portman Road in full confidence of taking the spoils.
Ipswich go in search of a first win in three, but seem to be missing the influence of Daryl Murphy, who’s left for Newcastle, up top. They were supposedly shambolic in their 1-0 loss away to Leeds last Saturday as well.
With five and four goals scored respectively this season, Glenn Murray at and on Anthony Knockaert could be well worth a punt for any time strike.
Our acca’s final leg comes from Aston Gate, and it could be argued that it’s between two of the division’s most on song sides.
Leeds make the trip south with Garry Monk’s charges boasting four wins in league and cup on the spin, with opponents Bristol City riding in on the back of a 4-0 crushing of Fulham away.
We think the game is a bit like the irresistible force meeting the immovable object and believe an draw maybe the best value to end our acca on.
After all they drew when they met in this tie last year and a repeat could be on the cards tomorrow night.