Friday’s Coral football Acca could pay over £85 from a £5 stake
Fourfold from the Premier League and Europe
There’s a bit of a buzz about Friday night with a Premier League fixture the highlight of the day.
West Ham United host Leicester City in David Moyes’ first home game in charge of the Hammers.
There’s also plenty of action across the continent from all the major leagues. The Coral News Team is having a go at nice-looking fourfold.
If all four selections come in, a £5 stake would return £87.80. All prices and returns correct as of date of publication.
Leicester to beat West Ham
This acca kicks off with an optimistic pick. David Moyes got off to the worst possible start with a meek 2-0 defeat to Watford.
Moyes will have to pick his troops up and go again. But how inspiring can he be?
On the other hand, Claude Puel has stepped in the Foxes and got them going straight away. They did lose to Manchester City in the last game but performed admirably.
Leicester had won two and drew their three games under Puel before that – they’re 31/20 to win here. And that’s generous.
Celta Vigo to beat Leganes
Celta Vigo welcome La Liga’s surprise package Leganes to Estadio de Balaídos and should be optimistic about a win.
Leganes have performed admirably away but have come unstuck against the better home sides, losing to both Sevilla and Valencia.
Celta tend to be fairly formidable in Galicia and recently beat Athletic Bilbao 3-1. At 19/20, they’re added to the acca.
St-Etienne to beat Strasbourg
Julien Sable is the new man at the St-Etienne helm after Oscar Garcia’s departure. The former club captain will be keen to get Les Verts back to winning ways.
Thankfully, they welcome a struggling Strasbourg to Stade Geoffroy-Guichard.
Strasbourg have won just once away this term. And that was at fellow strugglers, Nice. St-Etienne should be too good for them on home soil and are a 10/11 addition.
Hannover 96 v Stuttgart – Over 2.5 Goals
To complete the fourfold, we’re going for goals in the Bundesliga fixture between Hannover and Stuttgart.
Stuttgart have been awful away from home this term, winning zero games. They have also conceded 13 times in just six away games.
Hannover have won three from five here and will be confident of another victory.
However, Stuttgart will be buzzing from their win over Borussia Dortmund in the previous round and will go for it again.
The Coral News Team sniffs goals here. Over 2.5 Goals is nicely-priced at 17/20.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing