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Euro Accumulator: Inter head 34/1 fivefold

| 23.02.2013

Europe’s best leagues are churning out some seriously high-magnitude matches this weekend and we’ve compiled a 34/1 accumulator to mark the occasion.

Inter to beat Milan @ 19/10

The Milan derby provides the biggest selection of the bet and we’re favouring the hosts.

Tottenham’s Europa League opponents have not lost at the San Siro since mid-September, scoring more than once in eight of their previous nine. They’ve also won three on the bounce against their fiercest rivals who have only emerged victorious once in five away from home.

Paris Saint-Germain to beat Marseille @ 8/15

This clash at the summit of l’Championnat pits first against third but the five-point gap between the two will be stretched to eight at the final whistle.

Having won six from seven at home, conceding just twice, the ramifications of a shock defeat at Sochaux last time out weren’t as bad as they could’ve been for PSG. Marseille, on the other hand, have been struggling for form, snapping a three-match winless run at home to Valenciennes in their previous match.

Borussia Dortmund to beat Borussia Monchengladbach @ 4/6

The battle of the Borussia’s will favour the class-oozing visitors.

Bayern Munich’s steamrollering of the Bundesliga is what Dortmund have to thank for being all but out of the Bundesliga title race, definitely not their away form.

Not since September have Jurgen Klopp’s side been bettered on their travels, winning six of their previous eight.

Parma to beat Catania @ 21/10

No win in six is the reason behind Parma’s odds-against price, despite being the home side here.

However, their strong record on their own patch should render them hopeful of snapping that run. Only one side has beaten them at the Ennio Tardini, though Catania are difficult to beat so err on the side of caution with this selection.

Anderlecht to beat Club Brugge @ 5/4

The visitors haven’t lost a league tie since the end of October and have triumphed in nine of their last 10 league ties as they race towards another Belgian title.

They travel to a Brugge side who haven’t lost in six home games, but having only won three, they’re hardly invincible.

All odds and markets accurate as of publication’s time and date



James Middleton