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European football acca: Inter Milan head treble worth over 15/1

| 25.11.2012

Inter Milan lead the European football line-up for Monday, with three televised clashes across Italy and Spain on offer.

The following accumulator gives a potential return of 16.51, with wins for Inter Milan and Real Zaragova as well as a Cagliari-Napoli draw predicted.

Cagliari to draw with Napoli @ 11/5

Cagliari host Napoli in Sardinia, with the mid-table Serie A team posed to take a point from title-chasing Napoli.

Whilst the Naples side have not lost in six fixtures against Cagliari, they have drawn on two of their last three trips to face the Rossoblu.

Walter Mazzarri is without star striker Edinson Cavani through suspension, with defender Hugo Campagnaro and attacker Goran Pandev also doubts.

Both sides are in decent form with Napoli unbeaten in five and Cagliari having lost just once in seven, and therefore a share of the spoils looks the best bet.

Inter Milan to beat Parma @ 7/5

Inter Milan haven’t won on their last three attempts – but neither have Parma – and the Nerazzurri will be desperate to get back to winning ways and keep up the pressure on league leaders Juventus.

Inter have been away day specialists in Serie A so far this season, winning six of their seven trips on the road.

Amongst these victories included wins over rivals AC Milan and Juve – when they stunned the champions with a 3-1 victory to end their long unbeaten run at home.

Parma are yet to lose at the Stadio Ennio Tardini this term – recording three wins and three draws – but if anyone is to topple them it will be Inter.

Real Zaragoza to beat Celta Vigo @ 23/20

Real Zaragova welcome struggling Celta Vigo to La Romareda, and will hope to take advantage of the visitors wretched away record.

Celta Vigo have lost all six trips on the road in La Liga this season, after securing promotion to the top flight last campaign after five years in the second tier.

On the other hand, Zaragoza have won their last three home games, with their last two defeats away coming at the hands of giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.

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



Jamie Dickenson