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Friday’s £5 European football five-fold pays over £110.

The weekend’s football action gets underway on Friday night, and Coral customers can get their evening off to a flyer with this end of the week acca. There’s picks from England, France and Germany, as Bayern Munich welcome Bayer Leverkusen to the Allianz Arena.

The Coral Team have given the stats and the form a thorough inspection and picked out the most appealing selections for this Friday five-fold.

A £5 stake could potentially lead to a return of £114.95. Prices and returns mentioned are correct at the time of writing.

Let’s get the weekend started…

Bayern Munich to beat Bayer Leverkusen

Bayern Munich do not lose at home very often. The Bundesliga champions are unbeaten at the Allianz Arena in 22 league games since a 1-0 defeat to Mainz in March 2016.

The hosts are heavy favourites here for a reason and should open up their league campaign with a victory. They’re first on our list at 2/9.

Burton Albion v Birmingham City – Draw

Off to the second tier of English Football and these two Midlands rivals will be difficult to separate.

Birmingham have started the season slightly better, but the Blues still lack goals and Burton will be a tough proposition on their home patch. The draw is 21/10.

Auxerre to beat Orleans

Moving across the Channel and Auxerre should kick-start their season with a win against mid-table Orleans.

The 2015 Coupe De France finalists have started the season off poorly, but have won their only home game so far. Orleans have lost their only away fixture game and on that basis the 11/10 on Auxerre makes sense.

Rio Ave to beat Portimonense

Rio Ave should have enough about them to see off Primeira Liga debutants Portimonense.

The visitors have started the season well, granted, but Ave have won two from two in the league and are unbeaten in two against tonight’s opponents. It’s a home win at 7/10 for this one.

Besiktas to beat Kasimpasa

Things are rounded off by an away victory for Besiktas. Last season’s champions have started this campaign off with a win and should do the business here.

They saw off Kasimpasa 4-1 when the two sides last met in May and with Alvaro Negredo now amongst their ranks, the Black Eagles are firm favourites for the clash. They’re 7/10 to walk away with all three points.

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