Another barrage of Bayern goals as well as surprise wins for Montpellier and Parma are among the picks for this weekend’s televised European football accumulator, which also backs both Sevilla and their opponents to score.
With the action available to watch across the various Sky and BT platforms, you can see this fourfold come in from the comfort of your sofa and at odds of over 45/1 this is definitely one to look out for – particularly if you place £10 on these selections with Ladbrokes, which brings a return of £468.20!
Despite slowing down for their 1-1 Champions League second-leg draw with Arsenal the Bavarians have been going at breakneck speed in the Bundesliga, with the goals flowing freely and four or more registered in each of their last four league games.
That two of these maulings were handed out to Champions League chasers Schalke and Wolfsburg should act as a warning to Leverkusen, who have picked up one point from their last five fixtures. With Bayern scoring 13 across their last three Allianz Arena outings, the visitors are in trouble.
It’s hardly been a vintage couple of weeks for Bordeaux, who head to Montpellier looking to avoid a hat-trick of defeats in Ligue 1. Unfortunately the hosts look unlikely to oblige, having gone four games unbeaten at home – winning 2-0 last time out against Ajaccio.
Bordeaux do not travel well in this division, losing five in a row on the road going into this game and failing to find the net in any of these defeats along the way. Montpellier, meanwhile, have beaten Girondins in each of their last three trips to the Stade de la Mosson.
The surprise package of Serie A this season, you have to go back to early November to find the last time Parma lost in the league – a 1-0 defeat to leaders Juventus – with Roberto Donadoni’s team unbeaten in 15 top-flight games heading to this San Siro encounter.
Any hope of a Milan resurgence under Clarence Seedorf, meanwhile, looks to have hit the buffers with the Rossoneri on a run of four defeats from their last five, including a home loss at the hands of Juve and a surprise 1-0 reversal against Udinese.
Sevilla’s Europa League hopes are in tatters after a 2-0 home loss to Real Betis, but that result was typical of the Andalusians who, while possessing plenty of attacking prowess, continue to struggle defensively having failed to keep a clean sheet in three of their last four.
The outcome of a game against Real Valladolid appears difficult to predict, but one thing that looks guaranteed, given both sides’ frailties, is goals at either end with the visitors keeping just one clean sheet from their last five. History certainly backs up this bet – both teams have scored in each of the last seven meetings between the sides!
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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