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Coral’s super seven-fold accumulator featuring Man Utd, Real Madrid and Juventus

| 27.08.2016

Robbie Purves | August 26, 2016

This weekend will see Europe’s biggest teams get back to action for the final time before the return of international football, with the likes of Real Madrid, PSG and Manchester United taking to the field in search of a perfect start to the season.

With this in mind, Coral have picked out some great games to stick a super seven-fold accumulator on…

Parisians to punish Monaco

PSG have won four league titles in a row and, with the signings of Hatem Ben-Arfa and Grzegorz Krychowiak, look well on their way to a fifth.

France Soccer League One

The Parisians have only been beaten once in their last 10 games, but remarkably have drawn with Monaco seven times in that time. Of the seven stalemates, four of them have ended 1-1 and Coral have the two glamorous sides 6/1* to emulate that result this weekend.

Reds to rock Spurs

Liverpool are unbeaten against Tottenham in seven outings and during that time, have recorded 4-0 and 5-0 wins over Spurs at White Hart Lane.

Arsenal v Liverpool - Premier League - Emirates Stadium

Jurgen Klopp’s side have shown they can run rings around top clubs already this year, putting four past Arsenal at their own patch. The Anfield outfit are 17/5* to triumph and a total greater than 2.5 total goals scored.

Mourinho’s men to maul Tigers

Man Utd are unbeaten against Hull City in a run that stretches back to 1974.

Manchester United v Southampton - Premier League - Old Trafford

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba hitting the ground running and United claiming maximum points thus far, expect a routine win at 1/2*.

Los Blancos to blast Celta

In the last eight encounters between Real Madrid and Celta Vigo, seven have ended in a Madrid triumph and are odds on at 2/11* to beat the Galicians.

Real Madrid v Sevilla - UEFA European Super Cup - Lerkendal Stadion

Zinedine Zidane’s side thumped Real Sociedad 3-0 last weekend in their La Liga curtain raiser and look ferocious going forward, with Gareth Bale scoring two in the opening game.

Enrique outfit to oust Bilbao

Barcelona are unbeaten in their previous five outings against Athletic Bilbao and expect this to be no different.

FC Barcelona v Valencia - King's Cup - Semi Final - First Leg - Camp Nou Stadium

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez are both set to start, a combination that hit 100 goals last term in all competitions. Combine this with the fact that Athletic were beaten against sporting Gijon in their previous match, and Barca look nailed on for win at 1/2*.

Juve win without reply

In each of their last seven wins against Lazio, Juventus have beaten the Rome side to nil and are 9/5* to replicate the feat at the weekend.

West Ham United v Juventus - Betway Cup - London Stadium

The Turin team have collected maximum points so far this term and, with a bolstered squad boasting new arrivals like Gonzalo Higuain and Miralem Pjanic, expect to Juve to sweep Lazio aside with ease.

Dortmund dominate Mainz

Borussia Dortmund are unbeaten in their last 21 home league games and have only lost once in the last 12 encounters against Mainz.

Borussia Dortmund vs. VfL Wolfsburg

Thomas Tuchel’s team added quality during the summer window, acquiring former Dortmund favourite Mario Gotze and Sebastian Rode from Bayern Munich, with Andre Schurrle coming to complete a formidable forward line.

Therefore, expect Dortmund to have too much for Mainz and are 1/3* to claim three points.

This awesome seven-fold returns a huge £305.76 from just a £1 bet, so be sure to head on over to Coral to place this exciting acca!

If you follow our super seven-fold accumulator, you qualify for Coral’s acca insurance. Simply Place a five-fold or more, and if a single selection lets you down, then you’ll get your money back as a free bet.

Please note the maximum refund is €/£20, the minimum combined odds that this offer will apply to are 3/1 and you must stake a minimum of €/£2.


*all odds correct at time of publishing.



Robbie Purves