Friday’s UK and European football acca pays £114 off a £5 stake
Four selections from the Champ and continent
There’s a decent spread of club football from across England and Europe on Friday night.
With a big fixture from (in) the Championship, and action from a handful of the elite continent competitions, are you not entertained?
Well, the Coral News Team have delved into their stats’ book and picked out a four-fold acca for you.
If it comes good, a £5 stake on this selection would return a handsome £114. Prices and returns mentioned correct at time of writing.
Let’s get it started.
Wolverhampton Wanderers to beat Fulham
Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves team lead the Championship going into November.
Having been beaten just once at Molineux this term, they will be expected to collect all three points here.
Fulham have been average on the road so far and have kept a clean sheet just once this campaign.
The 20/23 on the Wolves win kicks this acca off.
Real Betis to beat Getafe
Betis are good value to get the win on home turf. Getafe have probably exceeded expectations this season.
However, Betis are the fourth best home side in the Primera Division with four wins from five games.
Getafe have just one win from five on the road and can’t be expecting to bag any points in Seville.
The 6/5 on a Betis win is our second selection.
Eintracht Frankfurt to beat Werder Bremen
Frankfurt have been much better on the road than at their Commerzbank Arena. But the Coral News Team are still backing them to get the win against Bremen.
Having lost their opening two home games, Eintracht have beaten Stuttgart and drew with Borussia Dortmund.
Bremen lie second-bottom in the Bundesliga and have struggled for a number of years. The 3/4 on a Frankfurt win is our third pick.
Pescara v Palermo – Draw
Where do you start with Serie B? Just five points separate the top 12 teams.
Palermo lead the pack at the minute with 21 points. This pair has identical home and away records, though.
Both have won two, drew two, and lost two. Serie B is notorious for producing stalemates.
In fact, 31% of all fixtures end level. Two of the four most-popular scorelines are 1-1 and 0-0.
It’s 12/5 for another draw and that rounds of this four-fold.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing