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Juventus and Aston Villa clubs to keep onside in Euro accumulator

| 04.10.2013

The Premier League may be without a true tasty fixture this weekend, but that is not the case across the whole of Europe, with AC Milan’s trip to Juventus one of the biggest of the season in Italy.

This clash is one of four to make our European accumulator, comprising of one game in each of the continent’s top-four leagues, with the combined price of the fourfold coming in at 8/1.

Aston Villa to beat Hull at 19/10

Villa have been fairly good on the travels this season, winning at Arsenal and Norwich, while being massively unfortunate not to take something from Chelsea.

Their preference for playing on the counter attack does seem more productive in away games, where the opposition naturally play in a more adventurous way.

Hull have been decent, but not spectacular, at home and have not netted more than once in any of their four fixtures at the KC Stadium in the current campaign.

Malaga to beat Osasuna @ 4/7

This tip is fairly simple, Malaga have won two of their three at home and Osasuna are still awaiting their first point on their travels.

Furthermore, Malaga have beaten the other two clubs currently in the bottom three with an aggregate score of 7-0, with their defeat being a marginal 1-0 to Barcelona and they are unbeaten in five in all competitions.

Juventus to beat AC Milan @ 8/13

Milan haven’t won away yet in the current campaign and lost on both visits to Juventus last season.

The Old Lady have only dropped two league points thus far at Inter Milan and their solid defence could prove the difference against a Milan side that have already conceded eight on their travels.

Wolfsburg to beat Braunschweig @ 2/7

Punters will have difficulty finding a bigger banker all weekend, given Wolfsburg have won all three of their Bundesliga home games so far, scoring at least twice on each occasion.

They host bottom-side Braunschweig next, whose sole point so far came at home and have conceded four times on two of their three road trips.

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

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.