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Coral’s £5 UK and European Sunday Acca pays £97

| 24.09.2017

Five selections from the UK and Europe

It’s a hectic Sunday of club football as another round of action takes place across the UK and Europe.

With the sole Premier League fixture of Brighton and Hove Albion vs Newcastle United looking difficult to predict, today’s Coral acca is mostly concentrating on European fixtures.

Focusing on games from the Championship, Spain, Germany, and France, a £5 punt on this Coral five-fold could return £97. Prices and returns mentioned correct at time of writing.

Let’s get cracking.

Sheffield Wednesday to beat Sheffield United

This acca gets off to a brave but confident start with an 11/10 pick in Sheffield Wednesday.

This will be the first Steel City derby in over five years so tensions will be running high. However, Wednesday are on the crest of a wave, especially at home.

The Owls are unbeaten in their last four, with two wins and two draws. They’re also undefeated at Hillsborough in their last five.

Bayer Leverkusen to beat Hamburg

While they’ve had a poor start to the season, Leverkusen tend to do quite well at the Bayer Arena against Hamburg.

Heiko Herrlich’s side have won their last five home games against die Rothosen. In fact you’d have to go back to 2009 for Hamburg’s last away victory in this fixture.

At 2/5, Leverkusen are our second selection.

Espanyol to beat Deportivo La Coruna

Espanyol were impressive at home in a 2-1 win against Celta Vigo last Monday evening.

The Periquitos will be hoping to repeat the trick here against Depor.

Both sides are neck-and-neck in the table, so this could be tight. Home advantage should prove vital.

Roared on by the RCDE Stadium, Espanyol at 19/20 is this acca’s third selection.

St Etienne to beat Rennes

Oscar Garcia’s St Etienne have carried on where they left off last season.

Les Verts currently lie in third place behind Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco. They face a Rennes side 12 places below them in the table.

With two wins and a draw from their opening three Ligue 1 games at home, Garcia’s charges are in good shape.

At 11/10 they look a great bet and become the fourth selection in this Coral accumulator.

Marseille to beat Toulouse

Marseille complete the five-fold at 4/7.

They face a Toulouse side who have failed to win at the Stade Velodrome since 2012.

Rudi Garcia’s Les Phocéens have invested a lot in their playing squad, boasting the likes of Dimitri Payet, Florian Thauvin, and Valerie Germain.

They’re generally very strong in front of a fanatical home support and should be too strong here.

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



Cian Carroll