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Thursday’s acca returns over £109 from a £5 stake

Fivefold taking in football, darts and tennis

Football’s international break might be over but there’s still plenty of sport to keep you entertained today.

There’s the Grand Slam of Darts, the ATP World Finals and plenty of football to enjoy. And the Coral News Team have put together a fivefold acca that could help you win big too.

A £5 stake could return £109.10 if all five results come in. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus to beat Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau (6:00pm)

It begins at the O2, where Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus are 11/10 against Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau in the ATP World Tour Finals.

The eighth-seeds have already beaten the defending champions in London. The long-time partners have real momentum now and will fancy their chances against anyone.

James Wade to beat Daryl Gurney (7:00pm)

James Wade was the runner-up at last year’s Grand Slam of Darts. He’s aiming to go one better this time.

The Machine wasn’t at his best in his win against Phil Taylor on Tuesday. A better showing is needed against Daryl Gurney tonight. Wade is 2/1 to win.

Billericay Town to beat Leatherhead (7:45pm)

The next destination is Billericay, where the Blues are looking to beat Leatherhead in a FA Cup first-round replay.

The two Isthmian league sides drew 1-1 in the first meeting. Big-spending Billericay are 1/4 to win and reach the second round for the first time.

Jack Sock to beat Alexander Zverev (8:00pm)

Back at the O2, Jack Sock is the 11/8 outsider against Alexander Zverev. That means there’s value in backing the American. Sock has just won the Paris Masters and will be full of confidence.

He was excellent against Marin Cilic in his last match, despite a 4:00am fire alarm disrupting his preparations. With a full night’s sleep, he could get through to the next round of the competition.

Sporting Lisbon to beat FC Famalicao (8:30pm)

Today’s acca ends in Portugal, where Sporting Lisbon are clear 1/6 favourites against FC Famalicao in the Portuguese Cup.

Juventus and Barcelona are the only teams to beat Sporting so far this season. Second-tier Famalicao are unlikely to join that list.

All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication