It’s Friday and with the collective Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two games still a day away, we’ve turned to Europe for our latest accumulator fix.
This week’s effort focuses on Serie A, La Liga, the Bundesliga and Ligue 1 with a fantastic fourfold backing wins for Roma, Elche, Hannover 96 and Nantes as part of an accumulator paying odds of just over 20/1 with Ladbrokes, which translates to a return of £218 off the back of a £10 stake.
The Rossoneri may be on a run of five straight wins in Serie A but in Roma they face a team in similarly scintillating form and one that has enjoyed a dominant record at the Stadio Olimpico having dropped just two points from the last 39 available there.
Rudi Garcia’s team secured a club-record 25th league win with victory away at Fiorentina and will be keen to keep the good times rolling against a Milan side that was hammered 4-2 on their previous visit to the ground. On a run of eight straight wins themselves, we’re predicting number nine here.
Home advantage looks likely to make all the difference in this La Liga encounter with Elche struggling near the foot of the table but proving formidable opponents in their own back yard.
A 1-0 victory over Getafe last time out at the Estadio Manuel Martinez Valero was the eighth straight game in which Los Franjiverdes have avoided defeat at home and with wins against Rayo Vallecano, Celta Vigo and Almeria along the way, the visit of a Levante side with one win in eight should pose few problems.
Marseille have endured a season to forget in Ligue 1 this term and after losing 1-0 to Nantes at the Stade Velodrome earlier in the season we are backing Les Canaris complete a rare double over France’s biggest club when L’OM visit their own patch.
Fresh from a 6-2 away win over strugglers Valenciennes and with the support of the partisan Stade de la Beaujoire behind them, the hosts look likely to extend their four-game unbeaten run at home against a Marseille side with just one win from seven on the road.
Something of a relegation six-pointer, Hannover will know that a third straight Bundesliga win will most likely put them out of sight of the Swabians, who remain precariously close to the relegation play-off place with just three games to go.
Tayfun Korkut’s team came through their previous test against lowly Hamburg with a 2-1 home win and given that Stuttgart have picked up just two points from the last 18 available on their travels, it’s hard to see anything other than a victory for the hosts.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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