Friday Fourfold: AC Milan to draw as part of our 34/1 extravaganza
With plenty of football taking place both at home and abroad, what better way to celebrate than with a tasty 34/1 fourfold? The selections range from the might of AC Milan to Birkenhead’s finest Tranmere Rovers and could ensure a spectacular start to the weekend.
AC Milan and Parma to draw @ 10/3
Fuelled by the arrival of the enigma that is Mario Balotelli, AC have enjoyed an upturn in form and are without defeat in five. That run is set to continue when they host Parma, though the spoils will be shared.
The Crociati held their next adversaries in the corresponding fixture and have drawn with Juventus this term, in addition to beating Inter and Roma.
A point at the San Siro is something they can realistically aim towards knowing that Atalanta, Sampdoria and Fiorentina have all come away from here with points in the bag.
Bayern Munich to beat Wolfsburg to nil @ 27/20
The Bavarian giants are coasting towards another Bundesliga title. With the finishing line well within sight, they’ve kicked it up another gear as opposed to taking their foot off the gas, winning each of their last five games without concession.
In addition to this, FC Hollywood have now won five away games on the bounce (all to nil) as they tighten their stranglehold on the German top flight.
Only two sides in the division have a worse home record than Wolfsburg and have managed just two clean sheets in their last 13; they’re in trouble here.
Sevilla (-1) v Deportivo @ 10/11
La Coruna are a shell of the team that made regular Champions League appearances not so long ago and find themselves rooted to the foot of La Liga, six points from safety.
They travel to Seville on the back of four straight defeats and the Rojiblancos are sure to make them pay once more, having won three straight games on their own patch across two competitions.
This run of form has seen them notch nine goals and concede just once.
Tranmere to beat Shrewsbury @ 4/5
The Super White Army have fallen off their League One perch of late, but with a fraction of the financial muscle that most of those around them can flex, it’s the hope of many a neutral that they secure an unanticipated promotion this season.
A win at home to the Shrews wouldn’t go amiss and would also see them move back to the top of the pile.
One away defeat in six for Graham Turner’s men should give them confidence ahead of this trip, but six straight losses prior to that indicates that they’re a long way from finding the perfect formula for playing away.
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