Barcelona and Bayern Munich backed in Euro accumulator
The football fun never stops with Ladbrokes and this Wednesday we have a fourfold accumulator tip that includes wins for big boys Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Backed alongside Monaco and Club Brugge at tempting odds of just over 10/1, this equates to a handsome return of £110.40 for anyone staking £10 with the bookmakers.
After stuttering to recent defeats in dead-rubber matches against Augsburg and Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga, Pep Guardiola’s side will be expected to return to emphatic winning ways against Kaiserslautern in the DFB Pokal.
The Bavarians last met the visitors in last season’s edition of the competition, cruising to a 4-0 win with Claudio Pizarro and Arjen Robben both scoring braces and given the gulf in class between the two sides, it’s difficult to see anything other than an emphatic home win.
The Catalans may be coming into this fixture of the back of 1-0 losses to Atletico Madrid and Granada but they will fancy their chances of victory against a Los Blancos team who will be without key man Cristiano Ronaldo.
Barcelona claimed a 4-3 win in the last La Liga meeting between these sides and, provided Messi does the business on the pitch, they could be in line for a victory and a potentially season-salvaging piece of silverware.
With Paris Saint-Germain closing in on the league title, Monaco will be desperate to maintain their push for a trophy and the Coupe de France looks like being Claudio Ranieri’s best shot at making the campaign a successful one.
A trip to Guingamp may sound like a potentially tricky affair but the hosts are on a miserable run domestically, losing four of their last five in all competitions and are likely to be put to the sword by the Principality club, who have already won 2-0 at this very ground in the league this term.
Just three points off the top of the table, Club Brugge will know only a victory over Genk will keep them in touch with the Jupiler League pace-setters going into the final weeks of the season.
Fortunately the hosts are in fine fettle at home, having won a whopping five games in a row at the Jan Breydelstadion in the league and will be favourites against a Genk side that is without a win in four heading into this encounter.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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