With almost all of the European leagues back in full swing after the holiday season our news team has picked out a tempting 13/1 four-fold accumulator from the televised games.
Sevilla and Lazio kick things off on Saturday night, while AC Milan and Juventus are backed to bring home a healthy profit, with a £10 bet returning £136.50.
Successive victories against Villarreal and Getafe have got Sevilla back on track following their disappointing exit in the Copa Del Rey at the hands of Segunda B side Racing Santander.
Unai Emery’s side have been in impressive form in the league in recent weeks and are in the middle of a six-game unbeaten run, stretching back to early November.
Therefore, a trip to the Martinez Valero to face an Elche side without a win in six matches in all competitons, should hold no fears for the Sevillistas.
It has been a season of ups and downs for Lazio in Serie A but a 1-0 win over Inter Milan on Monday evening should give them the confidence to push up the table in 2014.
And with Miroslav Klose, who has scored three in his last three matches, back in the goals the Biancocelesti should have enough firepower to see off a Bologna team who have just one win in eight in the league.
Antonio Conte’s side are the team to beat in Serie A after moving eight points clear at the top with a 3-0 win over the previously unbeaten Roma.
The victory took Juve’s winning streak in the league to 10 consecutive matches and nothing looks like halting their charge to a 30th Italian topflight title.
On Sunday, the Bianconeri come up against the draw specialists Cagliari. Diego Lopez’s side are on their own unbeaten run but just two wins in a seven-game undefeated stretch does not really tell the whole story.
And with the likes of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente at their disposal, Juventus have the firepower to send the Sardinians crashing to defeat.
This season’s Milan side may be a far cry from the glorious teams of the past but Massimiliano Allegri’s outfit can make it a happy Sunday night for backers of this accumulator with victory over struggling Sassuolo.
The Neroverdi come into this clash on the back of four straight defeats in Serie A, and Milan, 3-0 winners over Atalanta on Monday can take advantage of that poor form and record back-to-back league victories for the first time this season.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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