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European football acca: 37/1 odds available on continental sixfold

| 27.10.2012

Despite attention focusing on high-profile Premier League encounters, the top European leagues are in action with some mouth-watering clashes in prospect.

Serie A, the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and La Liga have a tantalising Sunday fixture list, with this sixfold accumulator selection offering potential returns of 37/1.

Fiorentina to draw with Lazio @ 11/5

6th place Fiorentina host Lazio -currently in 3rd spot – with six points separating the Italian sides in Serie A.

Lazio have won 2-1 on their last two trips to Tuscany, but with a draining draw in Greece mid-week, a share of the spoils may be the best bet here at 11/5.

The Viola have not lost at home this season, and will be well-rested having not been stretched with European exertions since last weekend’s 1-1 draw at Chievo.

Bayern Munich to beat Bayer Leverkusen @ 2/9

Jupp Heynckes’ Bayern Munich are in scintillating Bundesliga form this season, having won eight straight league games to leave them top of the pile with a maximum possible 24 points.

Bayer Leverkusen lie in 6th place with half of their Bavarian rivals’ points haul, and will be fearing a trip to Munich given the hosts’ rampant start to the season.

Odds of 2/9 for a home win aren’t great, but with Bayen averaging three goals a game they are worth including in any accumulator at the moment.

Atlético Madrid to beat Osasuna @ 3/10

Atlético possess La Liga’s most prolific goalscorer outside Ronaldo and Messi in Falcao, who has nine goals from eight games in the division this season.

Falcao could be set to add to his blistering goal record against rock-bottom Osasuna, who are there for the taking at 3/10 for the home side.

Madrid’s eternal second club are overshadowing city rivals Real this term domestically, with an eight-point lead giving them 2nd spot so far, level on points with Barcelona.

Marseille to draw with Lyon @ 11/5

Ligue 1’s top-of-the-table match between Marseille and Lyon appears well-balanced, with just a point separating 2nd and 3rd behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain.

Lyon have a good recent record at the Stade Vélodrome, taking a point from both their last two visits, and another draw looks on the cards this time around at 11/5.

Roma to beat Udinese @ 4/7

Roma manager Zdeněk Zeman is putting the pieces of the Empire back together in Italy’s capital after a couple of disappointing years, and odds of 4/7 to beat Udinese are well-founded.

The visitors have slipped to 12th in Serie A, while the in-form hosts have climbed up to 5th following back-to-back victories.

Romans Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi still capture the imagination for the Giallorossi fans, despite a mixed record at home this campaign.

Real Madrid to beat Mallorca @ 2/5

José Mourinho’s Madrid are finally snapping out of their early season slumber to try and catch runaway leaders Barcelona and Atlético in La Liga.

A home tie against an improving Mallorca should not pose too much of a problem at 2/5, with the visitors suffering a 3-2 defeat last time out at Sevilla.

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



Jamie Dickenson