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Juve, Wolfsburg and Sociedad tipped in Euro accumulator

| 19.04.2014

The closing stages of the Premier League promise tons of drama but England does not have the monopoly on the excitement.

This weekend sees a host of European teams looking to enhance their title credentials or move a step closer to safety and with matches from Germany, Italy and Spain the Ladbrokes News team has created a continental treble at odds of over 7/2.

A £10 stake on the following trio could bring an Easter reward in the shape of £49.12.

Juventus to beat Bologna @ 2/11

Juve are racing away with the league but won’t take their foot off the accelerator when Bologna visit Juventus Stadium.

The hosts have lost just one of their last 19 and will be supremely confident of beating a Bologna side that has won just once in 11 games on the road.

It’s true that with just three points separating the visitors from the Serie A drop zone they will arguably have more to play for but that will prove an irrelevance against a team that simply does not lose at home.

Juve are on a 16-game win streak in front of their home fans and have not seen a league defeat at their own ground for some 25 matches.

Wolfsburg to beat Hamburg @ 11/8

Both sides need to be fully focused for this match but for very different reasons.

Wolfsburg currently occupy one of the Bundesliga’s Europa League spots but a win would see them into the Champions League places with just a few games to go.

Conversely, Hamburg find themselves two points from relegation safety despite a five-game unbeaten run at home.

That form will count for nothing, however, with the visitors losing just three of their last 11 away games and one of six overall – with that defeat coming against high-flying Dortmund.

Real Sociedad to beat Espanyol @ 3/4

Sociedad remain in the hunt for a Europa League place and sit just one point away despite some sketchy recent from.

Real have won just one of their last five games but will be confident of picking up maximum points against an Espanyol side floating in mid-table obscurity.

Sociedad have lost just two of their last 14 homes games, winning nine times in that period, while their guests this weekend have just three victories from 14 games on the road.



James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.