Sunday’s Serie A acca could return over £112 from a £5 stake
Fivefold including Juventus and Fiorentina
There’s plenty of intrigue at the top and bottom of Serie A on Sunday. Benevento are still searching for their first points of the campaign. And Juventus can’t afford to lose any ground on Napoli.
To add an extra dash of excitement, the Coral News Team have put together a fivefold acca for you to enjoy.
A £5 stake could return £112.60 if all five tips are successful. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Sassuolo to beat Benevento
Benevento could make history this weekend. Unfortunately it won’t be a record they’ll be proud of. They could become the first side in Europe’s top five leagues to lose all 13 of their opening games in a single campaign.
Even 17th-placed Sassuolo will fancy their chances of winning at the Stadio Ciro Vigorito right now. An away win is 11/10.
Udinese to beat Cagliari
Udinese and Cagliari are level on 12 points in 13th and 14th respectively. But the Bianconeri Friuliani have had the edge in this fixture.
Cagliari have only one of their 18 away games against Udinese. A 19/20 home win is the most likely outcome at the Dacia Arena.
Juventus to beat Sampdoria
Juventus have closed the gap on league-leaders Napoli to just one point. They’ll be determined to keep up the pressure by beating Sampdoria.
The Old Lady have won seven of their last eight clashes with the Genoa outfit. They’re odds-on at 4/7 to make it eight out of nine.
Fiorentina to beat SPAL
SPAL have only won one of their last 10 games. The newly-promoted side are likely to find it tough in their first ever meeting with Fiorentina.
La Viola have lost two consecutive league games. They’re 10/11 to get back to winning ways here.
Torino to beat Chievo
Torino have a decent home record in Serie A this season. Roma are the only side that have left the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino with three points.
Chievo have struggled on the road and could drop points again in this one. Torino are 5/6 to triumph.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing