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This Monday night five-fold pays over £320 from a £5 stake

| 20.11.2017

Brighton, Real Betis and Bologna headline

The new week gets underway with a smattering of football action from across the globe. 

In the Premier League, Brighton & Hove Albion play host to Stoke City. Meanwhile, in Europe Real Betis, Bologna and Lens are all in action. There’s also Brazilian Serie A to enjoy when Palmeiras host struggling Avai late on Monday evening.

The Coral News Team has combined all of those fixtures and come up with a tasty five-fold that pays a whopping £323.05 from a £5 stake. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Things get going on the South Coast.

Brighton to beat Stoke

After a slow start to the season, Brighton have hit some form. The Seagulls are unbeaten in four in the Premier League, including a 1-0 victory at Swansea prior to the international break.

At home to Stoke, they should keep that going. Chris Hughton’s side have not lost at the Amex since an opening day defeat to Manchester City. Conversely, the Potters have lost four of their last six on the road.

The hosts kick things off at 27/20.

Real Betis to beat Eibar

Real Betis won away at Real Madrid recently and should have enough to see off a poor Eibar side. Beticos were irresistible at the Bernabeu that night and can get back to winning ways against their hosts who are winless in nine.

It’s 15/8 for the away win.

Bologna to beat Verona

The only side below Verona in the table are Benevento, who have lost all 12 of their games. That should tell you all you need to know about I Mastini’s form. They’ve lost eight league games on their return to Serie A, including each of their last four.

Bologna have been on a poor run themselves but should have the quality to get all three points in this one at 6/4.

Lens to beat Niort

With no Ligue 1 action to call upon this evening, the Coral News Team are getting in amongst the action in Ligue 2. After losing eight of their opening nine games in all competitions, Lens appear to have turned a corner.

Eric Sikora’s side have only lost once in their last six and have picked up three victories in their last seven. Buoyed by a confidence boosting 5-0 win the Coup de France last time out, Lens are the banker in this acca at 7/10. 

Palmeiras to beat Avai

It’s off to South America for the last selection tonight, where Palmeiras should justify favouritism away at Avai. Porco are flying high in third and have enough quality to see off their relegation-threatened hosts.

Last season’s Serie A champions round things off nicely at 5/4.

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



Nick Murphy