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European accumulator: Barcelona head up big-name four fold

| 04.05.2013

With Europe’s top leagues all reaching their finales in the coming weeks, we’re banking on the biggest names in football to bag us a tidy profit this Sunday.

Barcelona, Juventus, PSG and Galatasaray are all at home and all massive favourites to pick up three points. However, lumping them all together makes them well worth backing and pays out at just over 2/1 – not too shabby at all…

Barcelona to beat Real Bets @ 1/4

Despite their Champions League battering against Bayern Munich in the week Barcelona are huge favourites for this clash against Betis and should have no problem swatting them aside and taking a huge step to snatching the La Liga title back from Real Madrid.

Barca haven’t lost at home in La Liga against a side other than Real Madrid since September 2010 and have scored at least three in each of their last four meetings with Betis at the Nou Camp.

PSG to beat Valenciennes @ 1/5

PSG saw off their visitors 4-0 earlier in the season thanks in part to a Zlatan Ibrahimovic hat-trick and should easily get another win this time out.

They haven’t lost at home in the league this calendar year and have won each of their last six, conceding just twice in the process.

Juventus to beat Palermo @ 4/11

They may not have had another unbeaten season, but Juventus remain a force to be reckoned with at home.

They have won each of their last five (shipping only one goal in that run) and face a Palermo side who have won just two of their last 37 away matches in Serie A.

Galatasaray to beat Sivasspor @ 1/4

Turkish league leaders Galatasaray have been in excellent form in recent weeks and have won each of their five matches since they lost 3-0 against Real Madrid in their Champions League quarter-final first leg.

They face a Sivasspor side who they have beaten in nine of their previous 13 meetings – including a 3-1 victory earlier this season.

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



Richard Anderson