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Man City, Bayern, Atletico and AC Milan a superb 7/2 Saturday acca

Want to make Saturday teatime interesting? Coral can oblige by offering customers enhanced odds of 7/2 for all of Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and AC Milan to win.

We’re talking about household names of European football here, and three of fearsome foursome are reigning champions of their respective countries. City clash with Aston Villa, Bayern battle Hertha Berlin, Atletico encounter Elche and Milan are away at Udinese.

Each of this quartet are individual odds-on or short-price favourites for victory, so to ensure you’re getting the best value take our boosted price bet. Read on to learn some more reasons why this fabulous fourfold acca can come off.

Man City v Aston Villa
Etihad outfit City have won four of their last five against Villa, all to nil. This explains why they are strong odds-on 1/4 favourites for victory, and 19/20 to do so without conceding again. Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure has netted in each of his last three encounters with the West Midlands outfit, making him splendid value at 7/4 to strike once more in the anytime market.

Bayern Munich v Hertha Berlin
Needing one more win to retain the Bundesliga title, Munich are on a run of seven straight victories against the German capital club. It’s no wonder, then, that Pep Guardiola’s boys are strongly odds-on at 1/7 to beat Berlin again. Mario Gotze netted home and away against Hertha last term, so that makes him a fine anytime scorer shout at 11/10.

Atletico Madrid v Elche
Diego Simeone’s Atlei have beaten Elche 2-0 in all of their last three meetings, which is why they are odds-on 1/5 favourites to win and 19/5 to record that precise scoreline again. Mario Mandzukic netted last in the reverse fixture, and is a 3/1 shot to do so once more.

Udinese v AC Milan
The Rossoneri beat this opposition 2-0 when they played at the San Siro back in November, so Filippo Inzaghi’s side are 6/4 favourites to win again. French forward Jeremy Menez bagged a brace in that encounter, so is a 5/4 anytime chance or 7/1 for two or more here.