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Club football returns this weekend after the international break, as does the Coral Sunday accumulator.
The Coral News team have gone with a five-fold this week that includes selections from the Premier League, Serie A, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga.
Follow us in for a £5 stake and you could land a £160.20 pay-out. Prices and returns mentioned are correct at the time of writing.
Let’s go through the five selections…..
Burnley to beat Crystal Palace
Sean Dyche’s Burnley side tend to accrue most of their Premier League points at home.
The Clarets bagged 10 of their 11 wins last season at Turf Moor.
Having lost three from three, Frank de Boer is already under massive pressure.
The Dutchman reportedly has this game left to save his job.
It doesn’t look good for the Eagles. 13/10 shots Burnley open the acca.
AC Milan to beat Lazio
After a number of lean years, it looks like AC Milan could be on their way back to former glories.
There has been substantial investment in the playing squad and coach, Vincenzo Montella has settled them quickly.
The Rossoneri have comfortably won their opening two Serie A games by an aggregate score of 5-1.
Lazio, on the other hand, opened their campaign with a home draw against new boys, SPAL.
Milan could have their number in this one. They become our second choice at 19/10.
Athletic Bilbao to beat Girona
Athletic are in a transitional phase having lost head coach, Ernesto Valverde to Barcelona.
However, that hasn’t stopped the Basques bagging four points from their opening two fixtures.
Getting anything at all from a trip north to Bilbao should prove highly unlikely for La Liga newbies, Girona.
Los Leones are traditionally very strong at San Mames, winning 13 of their 19 league games last season. Expect that trend to continue during this campaign.
Athletic Bilbao at 4/6 look a good addition.
Schalke to beat Stuttgart
Schalke are another traditionally strong outfit at home.
They host newly-promoted Stuttgart in Gelsenkirchen looking to make it two wins from their first three league games.
Die Knappen won 8 of their 18 Bundesliga games at the VELTINS-Arena last season.
That record continued this campaign with an opening win against RB Leipzig.
In addition, Stuttgart have only won once in this fixture since 2009.
That makes Schalke our fourth selection at 8/11.
Marseille to beat Rennes
Olympique Marseille have started the 2017-18 Ligue 1 campaign reasonably well, currently lying in sixth place.
Les Phocéens won 13 of their 19 league games at Stade Velodrome last season and have a win and a draw from their opening two home games.
They take on a struggling Rennes side that has just two points from their opening four league fixtures.
Christian Gourcuff’s side won just twice away in Ligue 1 last season and look to have continued that form into this term.
It’s Marseille being added to the slip at 4/6.