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£5 on Coral’s Monday acca could see you win over £102

Four-fold from the UK and Europe

It’s a decent day of football across England and Europe with Monday Night Football dominating the proceedings.

The Coral News Team have taken a look at the fixture list and picked out their four best selections for a cracking little acca to keep you entertained.

If they all land, a £5 wager on tonight’s selections would return a handsome £102.95. Odds and returns correct at time of writing.

Burnley v Newcastle United – Draw

Burnley and Newcastle come into this game in very similar patterns of form.

Both sides are practically neck and neck in the table with a point separating the pair.

Three of the last five games between them at Turf Moor have ended in stalemates. And that’s how this acca kicks off – backing the draw at 21/10.

Inter Milan to beat Verona

Inter have quietly, but efficiently, been superb so far this season under Luciano Spalletti.

The Nerazzurri are currently unbeaten in Serie A and sit just two points behind Napoli in second.

Mauro Icardi has been in irrepressible form up front for Inter with 11 goals in 10 appearances.

The Milanese giants should be much too strong for Verona here. Inter are our second selection at 4/11.

Real Betis to beat Espanyol

It’s off to Spain for a La Liga clash between Espanyol and Real Betis in Catalonia.

Espanyol are generally quite decent at home, but they face an in-form and vibrant Betis team.

Quique Setien’s side have had some tough away fixtures this term, having already played Barcelona, Villarreal, and Real Madrid.

The Seville outfit have been generally magnificent, though, topped by their brilliant win at Real.

They’re huge value at 21/10 to win at Espanyol.

AIK Solna to beat IFK Goteborg

This acca finishes off in Sweden where second meets eighth in the Allsvenskan.

AIK welcome Goteborg to Friends Arena where the Stockholm giants will be anything but friendly.

Rikard Norling’s team are the best home side in Sweden with eight wins, and four draws from 14 games.

Goteburg have lost seven away and have little or nothing to play for sat in midtable. This one is a home banker at 4/7.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing