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Wednesday mega acca tips: Real Madrid to bounce back, Milan at the double and Dutch goal fests

Planet Sport’s Wednesday acca covers Serie A, La Liga, and the Dutch Eredivisie and concludes in the MLS just past midnight.

We’re globetrotting on Wednesday as we start our mega acca in Europe before (hopefully) rounding the evening off with the confirmation of a 45/1 winner in the States!

(All times listed below are BST)

Wednesday Euro acca

AC Milan to beat Cagliari 

PSV win and Over 2.5 goals

Real Madrid to beat Las Palmas

Girona to beat Villarreal

FC Twente win and Over 2.5 goals

Inter Milan to win and Over 2.5 goals

Philadelphia vs Dallas: Both teams to score

 

AC Milan vs Cagliari - 5.30pm

The hosts are winless through five matches and have only managed a single goal. Serie A leaders Inter have already won here so the Rossoneri must match that.

 

 

PSV vs Go Ahead Eagles - 5.45pm

Even if this isn’t the PSV of 12 months ago, they’re still flying high in the Netherlands. Five straight wins and an average of 3.4 goals per game should see to the Eagles.

 

 

Real Madrid vs Las Palmas - 6pm

Los Blancos have managed to paper over the cracks thanks to Jude Bellingham’s late heroics but they’re under the cosh and must bounce back from their weekend defeat.

 

 

Villarreal vs Girona - 6pm

Everyone else beats Villarreal, why can’t Girona?

The little club northeast of Barcelona has been overlooked here after winning five consecutive matches in La Liga.

 

 

FC Twente vs Vitesse - 7pm

A shock defeat at Waalwijk puts pressure on Twente to win here.

They’d won their previous four matches by at least two goals and Vitesse are in no form at all.

 

 

Inter Milan vs Sassuolo - 7.45pm

This is never an easy fixture for Inter, but it’s one they’ve navigated in recent seasons.

The visitors should contribute to the score but the hosts are the form team in Europe.

 

 

Philadelphia Union vs FC Dallas - 12.30am (Thursday)

FC Dallas are running out of time to secure their play-off place so there has to be a no-holds-barred approach in Philly.

Both teams have scored in 10 of 12 Dallas matches.

 

 

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