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Monday’s European acca could pay over £102 off a £5 a stake

| 23.10.2017

Four-fold from Spain, Sweden, and Turkey

There may be no Monday Night Football from the Premier League but there’s still some decent action to choose from.

There are two fixtures from La Liga live on Sky Sports, while we’ve got a top of the table clash in Sweden, and a huge Istanbul derby.

The Coral News Team have once again come up with a cracking accumulator.

If all five selections are correct, a £5 wager could return £102.80. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Real Sociedad to beat Espanyol

After a bit of a rocky patch, La Real are seemingly back on track with a 2-0 away win at Alaves followed up by a 6-0 Europa League win in midweek.

They welcome an Espanyol side to San Sebastian with a dire away record this term.

The Catalans have yet to win a game on the road from four fixtures. They’re the second-worst away side in the division.

Momentum is on the Basques’ side and at 4/5 they kick-off this acca.

Deportivo La Coruna to beat Girona

There’s a real ‘home banker’ feel to the Monday La Liga fixtures.

Deportivo are the Coral News Team’s second selection at Evens. Pepe Mel’s squad have taken seven points from their last four games.

They welcome a struggling Girona side to the Riazor with just two points from their previous six league games.

They have a poor record in Galicia, too. Depor are good value for the win.

Malmo v AIK Solna – Draw

It’s a top of the table clash in Sweden between Malmo and AIK Solna next up.

This clash looks tight. With just 14 games played, neither Malmo nor AIK will be overly needy in terms of the three points.

Malmo are the best home side in the Allsvenskan while AIK hold the second-best away record.

That points to a fairly even contest. The draw at 23/10 looks decent and is our third pick.

Besiktas to beat İstanbul Basaksehir 

We finish this acca off with a pick in the Istanbul derby between Besiktas and Basaksehir.

Historically Besiktas have always been one of the giants of Turkish football but currently trail their rivals by two points.

However, Senol Gunes’ team is unbeaten at the Vodafone Arena with three wins from four.

Basaksehir are okay on the road, but have two losses in four away games.

Besiktas have to be the pick here, rounding this accumulator off at 8/11.

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

Premier League Tips
Hertha to beat Hoffenheim
Schalke to beat Dortmund
Dusseldorf to win at Paderborn


Cian Carroll