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Thursday night’s cup four-fold pays more than £140 from a £5 stake

There’s plenty to enjoy in Europe

League action may be taking a back seat until the weekend, but Thursday night is the chance for cup games to shine.

There’s plenty of knockout fixtures taking place on the continent, and the Coral News Team are getting stuck in.

Combining some excellent Coppa Italia and Copa del Rey contests, tonight’s acca is an intriguing four-fold.

Place a £5 wager and if all four selections are correct, you could win £144.85.

Udinese to beat Perugia

Udinese haven’t been doing terribly well this term. They sit 14th in Serie A.

But they should be fine tonight. Perugia aren’t exactly flying in Serie B either, sitting in the bottom half.

What’s more, the visitors have been dismal on the road of late, failing to win their last eight away games.

So the hosts, who pushed Napoli hard at the weekend, should have enough in hand to progress at 4/9.

Genoa v Crotone – Draw

The second Coppa Italia fixture tonight really could go either way.

Both Genoa and Crotone are struggling at the wrong end of Serie A, so this will provide a welcome distraction.

The two sides met just a fortnight ago, with Genoa coming out on top 1-0.

But they haven’t won any of their last seven home games. Crotona have won only one of their last five on the road. That leads to a draw at an acca-bumping 9/4.

Cadiz to beat Real Betis

Over to Spain for some Copa del Rey action and Real Betis’ clash with Cadiz.

And this could be the upset of the night.

Betis lead this two-legged clash 2-1, but their form has nosedived since then.

The La Liga outfit are winless in four, conceding 10 goals along the way.

That could open the door for Seguna side Cadiz, who are unbeaten in five, winning each of their last four to nil. A shock away win is 19/5.

Valencia to beat Real Zaragoza

There’ll be no upset in Valencia.

Marcelino Garcia Toral’s men should prove far too good for visitors Zaragoza.

Valencia won the first leg 2-0, and will be tough to break down at the Mestalla.

They’ve been excellent at home. Unbeaten this season, Los Che have only conceded in two of their seven home games, and that was to the likes of Athletic Bilbao and Barcelona. A home win rounds out the four-fold at 2/7.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing