We’re giving armchair football fans the chance to cheer on a Europe-wide acca this Saturday, with 13/1 available for this televised five-timer.
Don’t fret if one of the legs lets you down because our five-team acca insurance ensures we refund minimum £5 stakes as a Free Bet up to £25 when a five-fold is placed on the same day and a single selection goes astray.
AC Milan to beat Chievo @ 57/100
Milan have recovered from a disappointing run of three straight defeats to drop just two points in their last four Serie A matches. Victories over Bologna, Fiorentina and Sassuolo have been gained in economical fashion and they showed good spirit to come from behind when drawing at Lazio. A 3-1 win at Chievo back in October also augurs well.
Borussia Monchengladbach to beat Schalke @ 13/10
This is a warm-up for next week’s big Europa League tie and Borussia are fancied to strike a psychological blow. Lars Stindl’s hat-trick inspired a 4-2 win at Fiorentina in the last round of that competition and he has also since been on target in victories at Ingolstadt in the Bundesliga and Hamburg in the German Cup. Schalke’s away form has been poor this term.
Benfica to win at Feirense @ 3/10
Benfica may have been fortunate to edge out Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of their Champions League clash, but they continue to dominate in Portugal, with four straight La Liga victories gained by an aggregate score of 10-1. Mid-table Feirense have had trouble finding the back of the net and were thrashed 4-0 in the reverse fixture at Estadio da Luz in October.
Leganes to beat Granada @ 7/10
Leganes may have only picked up two home wins in the Primera Division this season, but they have also drawn with Atletico Madrid, Villarreal and Athletic Bilbao at Butarque. A 4-0 thrashing of Deportivo in the last fixture at this venue is another big plus. Granada have tasted defeat in their last five league games on the road and are yet to win away this term, with 10 losses out of 13.
Villarreal to beat Espanyol @ 3/4
Villarreal have been hampered by too many draws this season but still haven’t given up hope of securing a place in the top four following Wednesday’s impressive 4-1 triumph at Osasuna. That was a third win in four games for the Yellow Submarine, who only went down 3-2 against Real Madrid in their sole recent reversal. Espanyol were beaten 3-1 at El Madrigal last term.