Today’s acca could return over £601 from a £5 bet
Featuring action from England, Spain, Italy and France
There aren’t many better ways to get the weekend started than with Friday night football.
And there are some huge games to enjoy tonight. To ramp up the excitement, the Coral News Team have put together a fivefold acca from the 7:45pm kick-offs.
This is a big one. It could return a massive £601.95 from a £5 stake if all five selections come in. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Napoli to beat Juventus
It gets started with arguably the biggest Serie A game so far this season. Napoli think this is their year to win the title. They’ve even rested players in the Champions League to focus on their domestic form.
It’s paid off so far. Maurizio Sarri’s team are two points clear at the top and four points above Juventus.
Napoli have a chance to make a real statement against the Old Lady here. The 11/10 favourites won’t want to waste it.
Aston Villa to beat Leeds United
Closer to home, Aston Villa are 7/4 to get a third straight win away at Leeds.
Leeds have lost four of their last five games at Elland Road. Those heady days at the top of the Championship feel like a long time ago already.
Cardiff City to beat Norwich City
Cardiff are on a run on three consecutive wins, despite missing several regular starters.
The Bluebirds are 11/10 to beat a struggling Norwich side at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Canaries have failed to win any of their last seven games.
Malaga to draw with Levante
Over to Spain next, where Malaga host Levante. Malaga are down in 18th and have only won two league games this season.
They’re there for the taking, but Levante have only won three games themselves. The Granotas have drawn six games, the joint-most in the division. Another stalemate looks on the cards at 5/2.
Dijon to beat Bordeaux
Dijon have won their last three games in front of their own fans. Home advantage could make the difference against Bordeaux. The away side have only one once in their last eight.
Dijon are 2/1 to keep their good home form going.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing