This Sunday afternoon acca pays more than £110 from a £5 stake

Five selections from across Europe

The weekend’s football action continues this afternoon with fixtures from La Liga and Serie A dominating the schedule.

Atletico Madrid and Roma are both in action, while Ipswich Town host Norwich City in a huge East Anglian derby from the Championship.

With so much football action to enjoy, the Coral News Team have had a look down the fixture list and put together a tasty acca. A £5 stake on this five-fold could return £113.65. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Norwich City to beat Ipswich Town

Things get going with the East Anglian derby from Portman Road. After an impressive start to the season, Ipswich have now lost three of their last four games. By contrast, Norwich took a while to get going but are now without defeat in their last eight matches.

With the Canaries unbeaten in this fixture since 2009, they’re a solid inclusion at 6/5.

Fiorentina to beat Benevento

Fiorentina should make light work of Benevento. The Serie A newcomers are yet to pick up a point in the league and have shipped 19 goals, scoring just twice.

The visitors should make it two wins from two on the road. They bulk up this acca at 6/10.  

Roma to beat Torino

Staying in Italy, Roma should have enough to see off a Torino side winless in three. The Stadio Olimpico club performed excellently against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night and were unlucky not to take all three points.

Edin Dzeko and co. have enough about them to be able to return to winning ways in the league. Roma keep things ticking over at even-money.

Atletico Madrid to beat Celta Vigo

Atletico have not gone five games without a win since 2011. Against Celta Vigo, a side whom they’ve beaten in each of their last three match-ups, Diego Simeone’s men should have enough quality to come good.

They’re 20/23 to get back in the winning habit.

Anderlecht to beat Racing Genk

After a slow start to the season, Anderlecht are now firmly in the groove. Sunday’s hosts have won their last four games domestically and look well placed to make that five in a row against Genk.

The away side have won two from ten in the league and have lost nine of their last 14 games against Anderlecht. Last season’s First Division champions round things off at 8/11.