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Torino and Inter wins inspire weekend Euro acca

| 10.05.2014

The conclusion to a thrilling Premier League title chase will take centre stage this weekend but there is still plenty to play for across the continent as evidenced by this European treble.

Inter Milan and Torino are tipped to keep their Europa League aspirations intact in Italy, while Atletico Madrid can keep the La Liga title destination in their own hands with victory over Malaga..

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Atletico Madrid to beat Malaga to nil @ 3/4

Atletico are on the brink of a historic double and are expected to take the title race to the last day by securing an easy win over Malaga.

Madrid are unbeaten in 19 home games, winning the last four without conceding, and face a Malaga side ready to wilt.

The visitors have lost two on the bounce without scoring and have failed to topple Atletico in five attempts.

Lazio to beat Inter Milan @ 7/2

Lazio have nothing but pride to play for but that freedom could just see them put a huge dent in Inter’s Europa League hopes.

Inter may have lost just one of their last four home games, but with three draws during that run they are giving those below them hope in the race for European football.

Lazio have won five of their last nine on the road but a more telling stat is the four consecutive wins they have enjoyed over Walter Mazzarri’s men.

Torino to beat Parma @ 11/10

Torino have not beaten Parma since 2002 but know that victory this weekend will make the race for Europa league action a two horse event between them and Inter.

Fortunately for the hosts their perfectly-timed run (unbeaten in five overall with four straight home wins) has coincided with Parma’s demise.

The visitors have failed to win in five attempts away from the Stadio Ennio Tardini and are expected to lose again here.

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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.