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European accumulator: Free-scoring Roma lead foreign four-fold

| 10.11.2012

A host of European football provides a range of betting opportunities for punters this Sunday, and we believe we have selected four winners to turn a profit at over 28/1.

Our first picks are Roma, generously priced at 8/5 to triumph at the home of fiercest rivals Lazio in the Rome derby.

La Maggica have drawn plaudits for their attacking prowess this term, having outscored all other Serie A sides by finding the net 26 times in just 11 matches so far.

Their trip to the Stadio Olimpico represents a chance for Roma to leapfrog their great rivals in the table, who are sweating on the fitness of striker Miroslav Klose.

The home side have managed just nine goals on their own patch too, and so Roma look well worth investment at 8/5.

We turn to France for our next selection, and side with the away outfit again as mega-rich league leaders PSG travel to reigning French champions Montpellier.

PSG, with the likes of Javier Pastore and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in tow, are 5/4 favourites for success, as they aim to maintain their unbeaten away record for the season.

Montpellier by contrast have struggled this term, and with just one home win to their name so far, little confidence should be placed in the hosts here.

And we look closer to home for our third selection, with Hibernian taken at a huge 6/4 to end a dreadful recent sequence of results against Dundee United.

Hibs have failed to win any of their last seven matches opposing United, but appear as well-positioned as ever to rectify that this Sunday.

The hosts currently sit joint-top of the Scottish Premier League and are unbeaten in their opening six home matches this campaign.

Their visitors are languishing in seventh place meanwhile, and have scored only three times on the road so far this season.

To round off our accumulator, we look to the Bundesliga and take Stuttgart to make their home advantage count over Hannover at 1/1.

In the last six encounters between these sides, the hosts have emerged triumphant from each, meaning the clubs have traded three victories apiece over each other.

And this represents a great chance for Stuttgart to continue that tradition, against a side that has lost three of their four away games so far this season.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



John Klee