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Milan head our Euro accumulator with Hannover an amazing price

| 06.04.2013

Although their run looks to have come too late to challenge for the Serie A title, AC Milan’s unbeaten 2013 can go on with a victory at Fiorentina.

Milan have triumphed in nine of their 12 games this year and are 7/5 to win at a Fiorentina side that will be weakened by the absences of Stevan Jovetic and Matias Fernandez.

Fiorentina haven’t beaten any of the sides above them in the league at home either.

One of these teams is Napoli and they should have no problem securing victory at home to Genoa.

Napoli are 100 per cent this season against clubs to begin the weekend in the bottom four and were 4-2 winners at Genoa earlier in the season. It is 4/11 that they triumph again.

Given that Valladolid have conceded seven goals in their last two games, there was a temptation here to pick Valencia at 21/20 giving up a goal head-start, but instead the safer option was chosen of simply the home win at 2/5.

Valladolid have won just one of their last eight in La Liga and taken only a single point from their away games this season against opposition to begin the weekend in the top eight of the Spanish top flight.

Valencia are also unbeaten this season at the Mestalla against opposition in the bottom half, winning six of seven.

Finally, we head to the Bundesliga for Hannover’s home game with Stuttgart and it is the hosts that have to be backed at 11/8 in what could be one of the bets of the weekend.

Hannover have won all seven league games at home this season against opposition positioned ninth or below in the table and they would almost certainly be battling for the European places if they could sort out their away form.

Stuttgart are better travellers, but are not in the best of form having lost three of their last four.

The fourfold of Milan, Napoli, Valencia and Hannover pays out at 10/1.

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

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.