Saturday’s UK and European acca pays over £139 off a £5 stake
Five-fold from the Champ, Bundesliga and La Liga
It’s a busy day of action across the UK and Europe as a host of club fixtures takes place across the continent.
The Coral News Team do what they do best and have come up with a superb-looking five-fold.
Three selections arrive from the Championship, while La Liga and the Bundesliga also get a mention.
If all five selections are correct, a £5 wager could return £139.70. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Let’s get cracking.
Wolverhampton Wanderers to beat Preston North End
Aston Villa were one of the form teams of the Championship when they rocked up to Molineux last weekend. Wolves despatched them with ease.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are the best side in the league. They play some incredible football at times.
Preston are a good side themselves and won’t be pushovers in this. But the 7/10 on Wolves to win again at home is too good to turn down.
Bristol City to beat Leeds United
Bristol City are another of the surprise packages this season. With 21 points, they’re just three behind Cardiff City in the second automatic promotion slot.
The Ashton Gate outfit are unbeaten in six with three wins and three draws. They welcome a Leeds side on a downward spiral.
The Whites have lost their last three on the bounce. The 21/20 on City just can’t be ignored.
Nottingham Forest to beat Burton Albion
Four Champ losses in their last six would suggest Forest are not a side in form. But that doesn’t tell the whole story.
The Reds have faced Wolves, Villa, Fulham, and Derby in that period. Burton should not pose as great a threat.
Mark Warburton has crafted a decent Forest side. They play some attractive stuff, especially at the City Ground.
The 4/5 on them to beat a struggling Burton is our third addition.
Borussia Monchengladbach to beat Bayer Leverkusen
At 7/5, Monchengladbach look a good price to beat a struggling Leverkusen.
With just nine points from their opening eight games, Leverkusen could do without a trip to Borussia Park.
Dieter Hecking’s Monchengladbach have won three of their four home games so far. They lie just outside the Champions League places and will be ultra keen on a win.
The Foals make it as our fourth selection on this acca.
Valencia to beat Sevilla
This Coral acca finishes up in Spain as we back Valencia to beat Sevilla at 10/11.
Los Che are in superb form right now under new coach Marcelino. A 6-3 win at Real Betis last weekend pushed them into second.
They face a Sevilla side returning from UCL duty after being whipped 5-1 by Spartak Moscow.
Valencia are unbeaten at Mestalla Stadium, with three wins and a draw from their four home games.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing