Euro Acca: Madrid rout tipped with Milan and Bayern wins
The Champions League takes a break this week but for those who prefer a night of European glamour to the potential drudgery of an early League Cup outing there’s plenty of televised action out there.
Marseille, AC Milan, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich will all be adorning the small screen this week and Ladbrokes News has figured on four bets to make the night even more interesting with a tasty 17/2 fourfold.
Read on to see how you can watch your winnings roll in live on TV.
With Real priced at 1/12 for the win we had to get creative for a good price and with Los Blancos’ attackers firing on all cylinders of late the price on 4+ goals is too good to ignore.
Real have hit 13 goals in their last two games with Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez and Javier Hernandez all netting in the 8-2 win over Deportivo last time out.
Madrid did the double over Tuesday night’s visitors to the Bernabeu last year and in this kind of form will be confident of another comprehensive win.
L’OM are flying high under Marcelo Bielsa, winning four games on the bounce going into this tie.
Reims have bounced back to from a slow start to record consecutive wins of their own but with one win from five meetings with Marseille could be doomed to defeat here.
André-Pierre Gignac is in great form with six goals in as many games and looks more than likely to put the hosts to the sword.
Milan’s perfect start to the season came to an end with the 1-0 defeat to Juventus last time out but Empoli should provide less of a challenge than the defending champions.
The hosts have started their Serie A campaign with two losses and a draw and have won just one of the last eight meetings with the Rossoneri.
Empoli have won just one of their last eight at home and with Milan winning three of five on the road this one should go according to form.
Like Madrid, Bayern are an unattractive price for the win (1/9) but unlike Real there is a slight element of doubt.
Bundesliga newboys Paderborn have taken the league by surprise with eight points from a possible 12 to top the standings.
The newcomers have kept three clean sheets in a row so a rout looks a doubt but Munich should be good for a fairly comfortable win.
Pep Guardiola’s side are unbeaten this year and while two draws from five games doesn’t inspire the utmost confidence, a record of just one loss in 31 games at the Allianz Arena should.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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