This weekend offers a plethora of televised European football matches and the Ladbrokes News team has scoured the fixture list to bring you an accumulator that can unfold in front of your very eyes.
Backing Berlin to beat Hamburg, Real Madrid to overcome a two-goal handicap at home to Villarreal, Napoli to oust Milan and Roma to come out on top in the derby in a 57/1 acca could see a £10 stake return £583.
Hamburg have lost five straight in the Bundesliga and won just once in nine attempts in the division, while Berlin have won three of their last four as the away side.
The hosts have enjoyed this match-up in recent meetings, winning three of the last five but their current form makes them impossible to back here.
Jos Luhukay’s men have lost just two of their last seven away from the Olympic Stadium and should be backed to improve that record at the Imtech Arena.
Any team shy of Barcelona is going to struggle to pick up any points at the Bernebeu, with Real Madrid in formidable form in front of their own fans.
Los Blancos have lost just once in 41 games as hosts and their current form – unbeaten in 23 games in all competitions – will do little for Villarreal’s confidence.
Marcelino Garcia Toral has seen his side lose two of their last three away from home and despite holding Los Merengues to a draw on the last two occasions can expect to see his side slaughtered.
In the eight games preceding those two draws, Madrid won all eight by an average margin of 2.5 goals, so backing the hosts at -2 here looks a shrewd bet at the prices.
A four-game unbeaten run in all competitions for Napoli was snapped against Atalanta last time out but Rafa Benitez’s side is expected to put up a fight against an in-form Milan.
Clarence Seedorf’s men have lost just one of their last five in the league and are unbeaten in three of five away from the San Siro but a four-game unbeaten home streak for the hosts means this one will be a tight affair.
Three of the last four meetings between the two have ended all square and while Milan are finally on the up they will find victory at the Stadio San Paolo too hard to find.
Lazio have won four and drawn one of the last six derby clashes with Roma but will come unstuck against Rudi Garcia’s men this weekend.
Roma won the last tie by a comfortable 2-0 scoreline and have lost just one of their last 10 away from home.
Lazio, meanwhile, have won just one of their last three in all competitions and have failed to win three of their last five Serie A games as hosts.
As ever, the derby atmosphere will ensure a cup final-like feel to this tie but expect Roma to emerge with bragging rights in front of the TV cameras on Sunday.
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