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Win Big in Our Latest 15-Fold European Accumulator!

By | September 24, 2015

For our latest European accumulator covering Friday, Saturday and Sunday’s games, we have selected 15 matches from the French Ligue 2, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A and English Premier League that could see you winning a whopping £7281 off a 10p bet!

FRIDAY

French Ligue 2
Valenciennes v Tours

Valenciennes could well come unstuck against Tours in Friday’s French Ligue 2 clash, with the home side suffering a dip in form of late. Valenciennes are without a win in their own backyard this season, while opponents Tours are unbeaten on the road, picking up four points from their last two games in the league. This should be an away banker.

Away Win @ 13/5 (3.60)

Metz v Nimes

Metz are big favourites to earn all three points against Nimes this week, with the home side in fantastic form this season. Metz are one of two teams unbeaten in Ligue 2, winning five and drawing three of eight games played. Boasting eight points from four home games, Metz are full of confidence of earning victory against a winless Nimes side having suffered four defeats from four away outings.

Home Win @ 4/6 (1.60)

Bourg Peronnas v Evian

Bourg Peronnas are in fantastic form ahead of their clash to come against Evian on Friday. The hosts have won four on the bounce in the league, and should have no trouble dispatching of an Evian side winless on the road. The visitors have lost three and drawn one of their four away outings, while Bourg have picked up three home wins in a row.

Home Win @ 6/5 (2.20)

Ajaccio v Auxerre

Ajaccio are big underdogs ahead of Friday’s clash against Auxerre, with the home side winless on home soil this season. The visitors are in much better shape by comparison, with Auxerre winning three of their last four games in the division. This should be an away banker as a result.

Away Win @ 23/10 (3.30)

SATURDAY

Spanish La Liga
Barcelona v Las Palmas

Barcelona are big favourites to pick up all three points against Las Palmas this weekend, with the Catalans desperate to get back to winning ways after losing in midweek. Luis Enrique’s men boast a 100% home record in La Liga, conceding just one goal, and should have no problems against a Las Palmas side winless on the road this season. This should be a home banker and clean sheet.

Home Win to Nil @ 8/13 (1.62)

Real Madrid v Malaga

Real Madrid are top of the table ahead of their meeting against Malaga, and are confident of continuing their winning ways in the league. Los Blancos have picked up four clean sheets from five games, and with a winless Malaga having failed to win on the road, Real are expected to earn all three points without conceding a goal.

Home Win to Nil @ 5/6 (1.83)

Sevilla v Rayo Vallecano

Sevilla have endured a woeful season so far, and their clash against Rayo Vallecano could well see them coming unstuck once more. Last season’s Europa League winners are rock bottom of the league after five games, while the visitors Rayo have won back-to-back in the division, and are coming off the back of an away win. It will be a close affair, but Rayo Vallecano should come out on top to pile misery onto Sevilla.

Away Win @ 4/1 (5.00)

Eibar v Celta Vigo

Eibar could be another home side falling short in the division, with visitors Celta Vigo in fantastic shape to pick up all three points. Eibar have dropped points in each of their last three games, and lock horns against a Celta side with a 100% away record, as well as enjoying four wins and a draw from five played.

Away Win @ 11/10 (2.10)

English Premier League
Manchester United v Sunderland

Manchester United have been in fantastic form of late, and are big favourites to see past Sunderland this weekend as a result. The Red Devils have won back-to-back games in the Premier League, while visitors Sunderland are still winless after six games. This should be a home banker

Home Win @ 4/17 (1.24)

Newcastle v Chelsea

Chelsea have a poor recent record playing Newcastle United at St James’ Park, but the Londoners are coming off the back of a three-game winning run in all competitions that should see them dispatching of their North-East bogey team. Despite losing their last three head-to-head games against Newcastle in their own backyard, the Magpies being winless in the league this season sees Chelsea as favourites to come out on top.

Away Win @ 8/13 (1.62)

Tottenham v Manchester City

Tottenham face Manchester City this weekend, but the Sky Blues are big favourites to come out on top at White Hart Lane. The Premier League leaders have won eight of their last nine meetings against Tottenham, while the Londoners are coming off the back of a defeat in midweek, so Saturday’s fixture should see City picking up all three points.

Away Win @ 20/21 (1.95)

SUNDAY

Italian Serie A
Inter Milan v Fiorentina

Inter Milan have a difficult clash against Fiorentina this weekend in the Italian Serie A, but the Nerazzurri are in great shape to pick up all three points to continue their 100% record in the league. Inter are yet to concede at home, while opponents Fiorentina have scored just twice. As a result, Inter should be coming out on top at the San Siro, but it won’t be easy.

Home Win @ 4/5 (1.80)

Genoa v AC Milan

Genoa aren’t in the best shape to threaten a result against AC Milan on Sunday, with the home side having lost three consecutive games in Serie A. As for the visitors, Milan have won three of their last four games in the Italian top-flight, and should have no problem seeing past Genoa to go level on points with sides second in the table.

Away Win @ 5/4 (2.25)

Verona v Lazio

Verona are big underdogs to get a result against Lazio this weekend, and could well slip into the drop zone if they come unstuck. Verona are winless in the Serie A, while opponents Lazio have on three of their last five league games. The visitors are waiting for their first away win of the season, and it could well come against Verona given the form of the hosts.

Away Win @ 21/20 (2.05)

Torino v Palermo

Torino are boasting three wins from five in the Serie A, and are big favourites to pick up all three points against Palermo as a result. The visitors have endured a dip in form of late, going three games without a win in the league. As a result, this should be a home banker that could see Torino finishing the weekend second depending on other results.

Home Win @ 8/11 (1.72)

Weekend European Accumulator

By | September 18, 2015

For this weekend’s European accumulator, we have selected games from the Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, Portuguese Primera Liga, French Ligue 2 and Turkish Super Lig that could see you winning a whopping £896 off a £1 bet!

SATURDAY

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid v Granada

La Liga title-chasers Real Madrid are big favourites to come out on top in this weekend’s clash against Granada, with Los Blancos having won back-to-back in the division. Rafael Benitez’s men are second in the table without conceding a single goal. Opponents Granada stand little chance of an upset at the Santiago Bernabeu as a result, so this one should be a home banker.

Home Win to Nil @ 8/13 (1.62)

Real Sociedad v Espanyol

Real Sociedad have had a slow start to the new La Liga season, but are hoping to earn their first league win against Espanyol this weekend. David Moyes’ side have a point from their only home game played, while the visitors have lost back-to-back in the division. This promises to be a close affair, but Sociedad could well come out on top.

Home Win @ 10/11 (1.90)

Eibar v Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid could well pick up all three points against Eibar this weekend, with the visitors in great shape this season. Two wins from their last three games sees Atleti confident of seeing past an Eibar side, who themselves are no slouches. The home side have started the season brightly, but Diego Simeone’s men favourites to halt Eibar’s run of form.

Away Win @ 4/7 (1.57)

Valencia v Betis

Valencia have enjoyed a decent start to the season, picking up five points from a possible nine in La Liga, and are favourites to win against Betis as a result. The visitors have dropped points in two of their three games this campaign, and are big underdogs to win at the Mestalla Stadium.

Home Win @ 1/2 (1.50)

SUNDAY

Italian Serie A
Carpi v Fiorentina

Fiorentina travel to face Carpi in the Italian Serie A this weekend, and are hoping to continue their fine start to the new season. The Violas have won two of their first three games in the league, and are confident of dispatching a Carpi side winless this season. Currently 18th in the table, Carpi are underdogs to get a result, and Fiorentina are expecting to pick up all three points.

Away Win @ 10/11 (1.90)

Genoa v Juventus

Juventus were enduring a slow start to the new season, but a midweek win in the Champions League could well see momentum build ahead of Sunday’s trip to face Genoa. The home side have lost two of their opening three games in the division, so Juve will fancy their chances of coming out on top.

Away Win @ 4/5 (1.80)

Roma v Sassuolo

AS Roma host Sassuolo in the Serie A this weekend, and are favourites to pick up their third win from four games. Sitting pretty with seven points from a possible nine, the home side are hoping to emerge victorious from a difficult clash against an in-form opposition. Sassuolo are locked on points against Roma, but face a tricky task to win away against the title-chasers.

Home Win @ 2/5 (1.40)

Atalanta v Verona

Atalanta are hoping to see past Verona this weekend when the two Serie A sides lock horns. Coming off the back of four points from their last two games, Atalanta should have no problems against a struggling Verona side without a win in the league this season.

Home Win @ 1/1 (2.00)

MONDAY

Portuguese Primera Liga
Sporting Lisbon v Nacional

Sporting are favourites to come out on top against Nacional in the Portuguese Primera Liga, with the home side boasting an unbeaten start to the season. The Lisbon side have 10 points from 12, and face a Nacional side who have lost back-to-back on the road. This should be a home banker as a result.

Home Win @ 2/7 (1.29)

English Championship
Derby v Burnley

Derby County have finally hit form in the Championship, and face a Burnley side struggling on the road this weekend. The hosts will be hopeful of a third consecutive league win, while the Clarets have dropped points in two of their three away games. This could be another win for the home outfit.

Home Win @ 23/20 (2.15)

French Ligue 2
Valenciennes v Lens

Valenciennes are big favourites to come out on top in their French Ligue 2 clash against Lens on Monday, with the home side having won two of their last three games in the division. They should have no problem seeing past a Lens side winless in their seven games this season. Valenciennes are bankers to pick up all three points as a result.

Home Win @ 29/20 (2.45)

Turkish Super Lig
Genclerbirligi v Besiktas

Genclerbirligi could come unstuck against Besiktas with the home side having lost three of their last four games in the league. Besiktas have been in fine form ahead of Monday’s meeting, with the visitors boasting three wins from four in the Super Lig. This should be an away banker.

Away Win @ 10/11 (1.90)

European Weekend Preview

By | September 10, 2015

For this weekend’s batch of games, we have a lot of Italian Serie A action, as well as matches from the English Premier League, French Ligue and German Bundesliga.

If you included all the selected matches in one accumulator, you could win a whopping £3807 off a £10 bet!

SATURDAY

English Premier League
Arsenal v Stoke (Sat 12 Sep @ 15:00)

Arsenal boast a fantastic past record against this weekend’s opponents Stoke City at the Emirates, and are hoping to pile the misery onto a Potters side who are currently winless from their first four games of the season. The Gunners have won two and drawn one of their last three league outings, and should be good enough to get all three points against City on Saturday as a result.

Home Win @ 6/19 (Marathon)

French Ligue 1
Lorient v Angers (Sat 12 Sep @ 19:00)

Angers could well pick up a surprise three points away to Lorient this weekend in the French Ligue 1, with the travel-happy visitors having real momentum on their side against a Lorient without a win in their four league games played this season. The away outfit boast a 100% record on the road, so Angers aren’t to be underestimated.

Away Win @ 15/4 (Bet Victor)

Italian Serie A
Fiorentina v Genoa (Sat 12 Sep @ 17:00)

A Fiorentina side strong on home soil welcome the visitor of a travel-sick Genoa, which should result in a comfortable win for the Violas. Victory for Fiorentina could see them level on points with sides currently top of the pack depending on other results, while defeat for Genoa could drag them down into the bottom-half of the table.

While both sides are currently on three points from a possible six early into the new season, home advantage could well play a factor in deciding the outcome, given that Fiorentina currently boast a 100% record in their own backyard, while opponents and visitors Genoa have lost their only away game in the league so far.

Home Win @ 7/10 (William Hill)

Italian Serie A
Frosinone v Roma (Sat 12 Sep @ 17:00)

AS Roma are looking to continue their fine start to the campaign with all three points on the road against a greatly struggling Frosinone side. The visitors have picked up four points from their first two games, and are confident of piling on the misery onto the relegation-threatened outfit. Should Roma come out on top as expected, they could find themselves top of the table by a point ahead of the weekend outings, so there’s plenty to play for.

As for the hapless Frosinone, their folly in the Italian Serie A isn’t going well early on, with the hosts having lost both games played in the division. They are 19th in the table, but a win could haul them out of the drop zone this weekend. However, their recent form, coupled with Roma’s momentum ahead of Saturday’s clash, suggests this could be an emphatic victory for last season’s Serie A runners-up.

Away Win @ 4/9 (William Hill)

English Premier League
Man Utd v Liverpool (Sat 12 Sep @ 17:30)

Manchester United lock horns with their fierce rivals Liverpool this weekend, and are big favourites to pick up all three points. The Red Devils have won their last three meetings against Liverpool, and are starting to shine on home soil, while their opposition don’t have the best record on the road.

Home Win @ 19/20 (Betfred)

Italian Serie A
Juventus v Chievo (Sat 12 Sep @ 19:45)

Juventus’ home clash against Chievo is expected to be a home win for the champions, but there’s a real desperation for the Old Lady to come out on top to boost their chances of defending their title again. Juve have started the season poorly, losing their two opening matches to Udinese and Roma, and their summer exodus looks to have crippled them.

It’s a bad time to face a Chievo side boasting a 100% record in the Serie A, but this should be the weekend where Juventus finally end their wait for a league win. The home side are an intimidating outfit with the crowd on their side, and they’ve had a long break to put their past league results behind them.

Home Win @ 2/5 (William Hill)

SUNDAY

Italian Serie A
Palermo v Carpi (Sun 13 Sep @ 14:00)

Palermo have enjoyed a perfect start to the new season, and are hoping it can continue when they square off against strugglers Carpi this weekend. The in-form hosts have won both games played in the league, while their opponents have suffered as many defeats. The visitors are rock bottom of the Serie A, and are big underdogs as a result. This should be a comfortable home win.

Home Win @ 8/15 (Bet 365)

Italian Serie A
Sampdoria v Bologna (Sun 13 Sep @ 14:00)

Sampdoria could well make it another victory for the home sides when they lock horns with Bologna on Sunday. The Blues have started the campaign well, picking up four points from their two games, while struggling visitors Bologna are 10 places below them in the table. The away side have lost both games in the league, and could suffer the same treatment this weekend.

Home Win @ 5/6 (Bet 365)

German Bundesliga
Bayern Munich v Augsburg (Sat 12 Sep @ 14:30)

Bayern Munich have enjoyed a perfect start to the new season, boasting a 100% record from their first three games, and that should see them coming out on top at home to Augsburg. The German outfit are confident of making it four consecutive league wins considering their opposition are without a win in the Bundesliga.

Home Win @ 1/7 (William Hill)

German Bundesliga
Bayer Leverkusen v Darmstadt (Sat 12 Sep @ 14:30)

Leverkusen are favourites to see past opponents Darmstadt this weekend, with the hosts having started brightly this campaign with two wins from their first three games. Leverkusen are six places above this weekend’s opposition, and have a 100% record on home soil far. The visitors are still waiting for their first victory in the Bundesliga, so this should be a home banker.

Home Win @ 2/7 (William Hill)

Italian Serie A
Inter v AC Milan (Sun 13 Sep @ 19:45)

Inter Milan have been resurgent under manager Roberto Mancini this season, and should come out on top against their fierce rivals. The Azzurri are flying high in third place with maximum points from their first two games, while AC Milan are six places below them in the table, and tasted defeat in their opening game. This should be a home win, but the fierce rivalry is sure to make it a close affair.

Home Win @ 6/5 (Bet 365)

Euro 2016 weekend accumulator

By | September 4, 2015

This weekend, we’ve picked Euro 2016 sure to win you some money. We have games including Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium and more.

And if you included all the selected matches in one accumulator, you could win a whopping £878 off a £20 bet!

SATURDAY

Euro 2016 Qualifiers
Russia v Sweden (Sat 5 Sep @ 17:00)

Russia are sure to be met with a challenge when they lock horns with Sweden in this weekend’s Euro 2016 qualifier, but the home side should come out on top in their own backyard to go within one point off the Swedes in the table. The visitors are unbeaten, however, so they’re sure to put up a fight, but Russia should have enough quality to earn all three points.

Home Win @ 23/20 (Bet 365)

Ukraine v Belarus

Ukraine are expecting a comfortable win against Belarus this weekend, with the home side having enjoyed a bright qualifying campaign. Four wins from six games sees Ukraine in great shape to beat a Belarus side with only one win in the group so far. This should be a home banker.

Home Win @ 4/9 (Coral)

Switzerland v Slovenia

Switzerland have a tough clash to come against Slovenia this weekend, with the visitors somewhat on par with the Swiss side in the qualifying group. However, home advantage could be the difference in a close encounter, as well as individual brilliant from the likes of Xherdan Shaqiri, Granit Xhaka and Josip Drmic. The hosts should come out on top.

Home Win @ 1/2 (Bet 365)

Spain v Slovakia

Spain are big favourites to win at home against Slovakia, and the defending champions of the Euros should have no problem getting a result given their improved form in the group. Currently second, Spain could replace their opponents at the top of the table with a win this weekend, so it’s all to play for.

Home Win @ 1/4 (Bet 365)

SUNDAY

Euro 2016 Qualifiers
Italy vs Bulgaria (Sun 6 Sep @ 19:45)

Italy are hoping to pick up where they left off in their last qualifying win against Malta when they lock horns with Bulgaria this weekend. The Azzurri drew their earlier meeting against the visitors, but are hoping home advantage will see them coming out on top this time out. They have the in-form Graziano Pelle spearheading the attack, and even Mario Balotelli has scored recently at club level, so the Italians are full of confidence of sealing back-to-back victories in their qualifying group.

Home Win @ 4/7 (William Hill)

Turkey vs Netherlands (Sun 6 Sep @ 17:00)

Netherlands are in grave danger of missing out on qualification following a recent defeat to Iceland. The Oranje travel to face Turkey this weekend, but could well come unstuck on the road given how strong the home side are in their own backyard. Considering Netherlands have failed to win three of their last five games, only a win will do if they are to get back on track. However, Turkey have won four and drawn two of their last six, so they seem to be in pole position to win.

Home Win @ 23/10 (Bet Victor)

Cyprus vs Belgium (Sun 6 Sep @ 19:45)

Belgium travel to face Cyprus this weekend, and are hoping to continue their impressive form in their pursuit for qualification to the European Championships next year. The Red Devils have won four of their last five games, while Cyprus have fallen short in four of their last six. As a result, this should be a comfortable win for Belgium, especially given the superior talent they have on display.

Away Win @ 5/11 (Marathon)