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Bet-of-the-weekend Verona headline Euro accumulator

| 01.11.2013

There is certainly some additional pressure on this fourfold accumulator of one Premier League, one La Liga, one Serie A and one Bundesliga selection, as the last instalment brought about a 10/1 success.

This time it is West Brom, Getafe and Verona and Nuremberg that are relied upon to keep the winning run going, with this fourfold paying at 15/1.

West Brom to beat Crystal Palace at 3/5

Continually expecting Crystal Palace to lose is a dangerous strategy as they are sure to pick up the odd point here and there, but their away form makes them almost impossible to tip at West Brom.

Palace have lost all five away outings this season in all competitions, conceding at least two in each of these.

West Brom were unbeaten in five in the league before their reverse at Liverpool and there is strong reason to believe they can get back on the winning bandwagon here.

Getafe to beat Valencia @ 29/20

Valencia’s latest home defeat against La Liga bottom club Almeria means they have taken just a single point from a possible 12 in the league, while in their five games against opposition currently above them in the league standings, they have managed the same points tally.

Getafe’s four-game win streak may have been ended by defeat to Athletic Bilbao, but they bounced back superbly by being the first team to win away to Villarreal this season and can build on this further here.

Verona to beat Cagliari @ 1/1

This seems a somewhat remarkable price as it pits a team with a 100 per cent-winning home record against one that are yet to triumph on the road and have lost their last two without troubling the scorers.

Verona have scored at least twice in all of their home games too, whereas Cagliari have conceded at least this number in three of their last four.

This may additionally make the 11/10 on Verona scoring over 1.5 goals in the match a profitable offering.

Nuremberg to beat Freiburg @ 21/20

The Grundig-Stadion plays host to a clash pitting the two Bundesliga clubs still waiting for their first league victories of the season against each other.

Nuremberg have drawn seven of their 10 games so far, which includes a point with Borussia Dortmund at home, while Freiburg have conceded nine across their last four away games in all competitions.

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.