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European Accumulator: Juventus lead charge to 20/1 payout

| 20.04.2013

As always, the latest round of football fixtures around Europe provide a wide range of betting opportunities for punters to sink their teeth into.

And we believe we can help to turn a profit at more than 20/1, by following our treble which involves matches in France, Italy and Spain.

First, Lorient are chosen at 11/4 to overcome a Toulouse side that have lost three of their past four matches.

Les Merlus have proved one of Ligue 1’s surprise packages this term, with back-to-back victories heading into this game solidifying their 8th-place standing in the French top flight.

Considering their last triumph came at the home of top-four chasing St. Etienne too, Christian Gourcuff’s men will hold no fears opposing a side they are unbeaten in their last four outings against.

Next, we opt for Italian champions Juventus to enhance their 12-point Serie A lead by justifying 3/4 odds to overcome AC Milan in Turin.

The hosts have won their past five league matches in succession, conceding just twice in the process, and have been beaten only once in the last six renewals of acquaintances between these teams.

Add in the fact that the Old Lady possess the division’s meanest defence, and second-strongest attack, and they appear primed to build on the Italian top flight’s premium home record against a Rossoneri side without the suspended Mario Balotelli.

And Spain is our final port of call, where we predict Sevilla’s home tie with Atletico Madrid to finish level, in an outcome priced at 23/10.

Nothing has separated this pair on four of the last six occasions they have squared off, with 2-2 the prevailing scoreline from an earlier-season Copa Del Rey clash between them at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.

Indeed, stalemates have occurred in the past two games involving these sides at that venue, and another repeat looks the likeliest outcome in this clash.

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



John Klee