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Paris Saint-Germain main attraction of 7/1 Euro accumulator

| 08.08.2014

It promises to be an exciting weekend of football as leagues around Europe get underway but to whet the appetite it’s time to reveal our first Friday night Euro accumulator of the season.

PSG start their bid for a third straight Ligue 1 crown with a trip to Reims and are backed for victory alongside Russian side Kuban Krasnodar, Croatian team Zadar and Ligue 2 side Dijon in our 7/1 acca.

Read on to find out how you could start your weekend of football punting with a bang…

PSG to beat Reims @ 2/5

PSG start the defence of their Ligue 1 crown with a trip to the Stade Auguste Delaune and Laurent Blanc’s side look in ominous form after their 2-0 Trophee des Champions win over Guingamp.

Les Parisiens will be without a few star names for the league opener but after 3-0 victories in both matches against Reims last season, they will be confident of taking all three points.

Kuban Krasnodar to beat FK Rostov @2/3

Kuban Krasnodor got their league campaign off to a flying start with a comfortable 2-0 win over Ufa and will be confident of making it two from two against Rostov.

Viktor Goncharenko’s strike force should be licking their lips at the prospect of facing RSM after they were put to the sword by Dinamo Moscow in their opener, shipping seven goals.

Rostov have also suffered four straight league defeats on the road so it’s difficult to look past anything but a Kuban Krasnodar win.

Zadar to beat NK Zagreb @ 4/5

Zadar were not at the races during their 5-0 defeat to Dinamo Zagreb last time out but they can bounce back against NK Zagreb in front of their own fans.

Zagreb have won just one of their last 18 games on their travels with Zadar looking to build on their 2-1 win over Osijek.

Dijon to beat Laval @ 8/11

It’s been 10 matches since Laval tasted a Ligue 2 victory away from home and the wait is set to continue when they face Dijon at the Stade Gaston Gerard.

Olivier Dall’Oglio’s side have suffered just one defeat in 17 matches in the league at home and have beat Laval the last three times the clubs have met in eastern France.

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

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Oliver Yew