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Euro Acca: Juve and Monaco certs in our 23/1 Sunday TV picks

| 25.09.2013

Juventus and Monaco are two of Europe’s unbeaten outfits and here we turn to the reliable duo to lead our 23/1 accumulator.  

Juventus to beat Torino 8/5

Serie A champions Juventus are undefeated so far in their bid to retain the Scudetto and take on a Torino outfit that they have not lost against since 1995.

Antonio Conte’s men have taken 13 points from a possible 15, yet still amazingly find themselves in fourth place.

Il Toro lie in eighth and are undefeated in three, but the might of the Old Lady will be too much for Giampiero Ventura’s side.

Werder Bremen and Nurnberg to draw 12/5

Werder Bremen avoided a fifth defeat in succession in all competitions with a victory on the road against hapless Hamburg last time out and may be hoping to find more solace against a Nurnberg team without a win this term.

However, the Grundig-Stadion residents have already racked-up four draws in six Bundesliga outings.

This fixture ended in stalemate last season and with Bremen without a victory in this tie in the previous three renewals on home soil, backing the draw looks wise.

Villarreal to beat Betis 7/4

Villarreal have looked impressive so far this season and remain undefeated in La LIga.

The Yellow Submarine have thrived in their first campaign back at the top table of Spanish football, recording four wins , alongside two stalemates, including a fantastic two-all draw with Real Madrid.

Betis have just one victory to their name so far, against a lacklustre Valencia, while they have beaten their opponents here just once in the preceding five clashes between the pair.

Monaco to beat Reims 4/6

Reims have not lost in Ligue 1 since the opening day but face a Monaco side that have flourished since their cash injection this summer.

Claudio Ranieri’s charges sit top of the league and have 17 points from their first seven games, and stood up to the test of a trip to Paris, taking a point away from the Parc des Princes.

The side from the principality have already notched wins against Brodeaux and Marseille on their travels and will have too much for their hosts.

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

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Aaron Cox

Aaron has written for a number of top-level publications, including FourFourTwo and the Manchester Evening News. As well as being a fanatical Rochdale AFC fan and blogger, he shares a passion for rugby league and golf.