£5 Friday acca pays over £250
Frank Monkhouse | 5 May 2017
Five of the best from across Europe
Football followers have an entertaining start to the weekend, with a host of top matches going in the best leagues from across Europe. Game of the night takes place under the bright lights at Stratford, where locals West Ham aim to wreck Tottenham’s title chances.
We have previewed that fixture in a bit more detail under the football section of this site, and also give our selection as part of Friday’s five-fold. Follow us in and Coral traders will pay-out £253.05 for every £5 staked, if we’re on to something. We run through each leg below…..
Spurs beat West Ham
Make or break for Tottenham. Win on Friday and they would move to within a point of leaders Chelsea, who aren’t out until Monday night vs Middlesbrough. Easier said than done against a West Ham side who would love nothing more than to stick it to their derby rivals. Draw or lose and Chelsea will more than likely hammer the final nail into their coffin against The Smoggies.
Punters can take confidence from the fact the visitors have won each of their last nine league matches, and this remains their only hope of silverware this season. Expect Harry Kane to shine in an interesting away win at 2/5. A price made for your weekend multiples.
Sevilla beat Sociedad
Moving to La Liga and although Sociedad enter on the back of three wins in-a-row, that run should come to an end on Friday at the home of Sevilla. Jorge Sampaoli’s side were last seen going down 4-2 to Malaga in a bit of an upset, but they remain well-placed for a top-four finish, and should do the business at a handy 8/11. That’s a slice of value if this one follows the season form.
Werder Bremen beat Koln
Bremen go in as the away side here, but we make them more than capable of pulling off a shock at a very decent 9/5. A flick through the recent Bundesliga results shows that the selection is on a fantastic unbeaten run, winning each of their last three, and eight of their last 10. It rarely pays to oppose Werder Bremen, and I see no reason to start now. Koln are winless in four.
Bordeaux beat St Etienne
Bordeaux are fifth in the French Ligue 1, and the right result here could see them leapfrog Lyon into the top-four. Their recent form has been solid, winning three and drawing one of their last four, while they’ve suffered just two defeats in three months. Etienne won last time out vs Guingamp, but that remains their only positive in four. All that makes our 15/8 a top offer.
Braga beat Moreirense
One of the easier legs of our acca, but it goes at an appealing 8/5. Much of the division stands between these sides, 11 places to be exact, with Moreirense sitting third-bottom of the pile, having won just one of their last 10 goes. That form makes them very easy to oppose, especially with Braga shooting for the prize places. Braga won 2-1 when last meeting Friday’s opponents in the Portuguese Liga.