Midweek Madness: Best OddsBoosts for the midweek Premier League action with 212/1 acca

There’s just a single day without a Premier League fixture scheduled between now and next Thursday, so there’s plenty of action for top-flight fans to sink their teeth into over the next week or so.

This opens the door for a host of football accumulators, but it also offers plenty of other opportunities to find value in the markets.

We’re talking specifically about the range of OddsBoosts available over on Betfair, and here we’ll be taking a closer look at our favourite selections for the latest round of midweek action.

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Wolves vs Everton

Richarlison to score first – 15/2 –> 17/2

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has understandably stolen much of the limelight this season but with the young Englishman ruled out of this one the burden of goalscoring responsibility will be placed elsewhere.

While players such as James Rodriguez, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Lucas Digne are key to the Toffees’ attacking play, Richarlison poses the greatest threat to the Wolves goal. He has scored 28 Premier League goals in his two and a half seasons at Goodison Park, and he could be the one to make the difference in what’s expected to be a tight clash.

Burnley vs Manchester United

Man Utd to win 2-1 or 3-1 – 16/5 –> 4/1

Manchester United are clear favourites for this tie after winning eight of their last ten Premier League matches, but their back-line continues to come under scrutiny. They have conceded in all of their top-flight away games this season and aren’t expected to keep a clean sheet at Turf Moor, where Burnley have scored in four successive matches.

The Red Devils have scored either two or three goals in six of their last ten league matches, and this OddsBoost perfectly matches our 3-1 correct score prediction.

Manchester City vs Brighton

Raheem Sterling to score first – 7/2

We’re predicted a Manchester City rout as they welcome Brighton to the Etihad. The Citizens have scored 13 goals in their last three meetings with Brighton, including a 5-0 demolition when the teams last clashed in July.

Raheem Sterling opened the scoring in that thrashing and went on to score a hat-trick and, with a goal and two assists in his last four Premier League appearances, we’re backing the England attacker to make a different on Wednesday.

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