Friday’s football acca could return over £159 from a £5 stake
Covering action in England, Germany, Spain and France
Several of Europe’s major leagues resume tonight after the international break. There’s action in the Bundesliga, La Liga, Ligue 1 and closer to home, there are two Championship games too.
The Coral News Team experts have studied the form guide to produce a fivefold acca for you to enjoy.
A £5 stake could return a huge £159.26 if all five tips come in. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Sheffield United to beat Burton Albion
Burton ended a nine-game winless run in their last outing. But they’re unlikely to get anything at home against a strong Sheffield United side.
The Blades are flying high in second. They’re evens to win and should find plenty of joy against the joint-worst defence in the Championship.
Preston North End to beat Bolton Wanderers
Bolton could be ideal opposition for Preston. The Lilywhites haven’t won any of their last six games. But they’re hosting a Bolton side that hasn’t won away in league action all season.
The Trotters are down in 23rd place and a 5/6 home win looks on the cards.
Borussia Dortmund to beat Stuttgart
Borussia Dortmund boss Peter Bosz is under pressure after a poor run that’s seen his side drop from first to third in the Bundesliga.
Dortmund are the highest scorers in the division with 28 goals. However, their high line has been exposed too often. They should still have too much firepower for Stuttgart though, who’ve only scored 10 league goals this term. Dortmund are huge favourites at 4/6.
Girona to draw with Real Sociedad
Girona and Real Sociedad are both 8/5 to win at the Estadi Montilivi. It’s hard to back either side with confidence, which means value lies in the draw at 12/5. Both teams are in decent form – they’ve both won two of their last three games.
This will be the first-ever meeting between the two clubs in La Liga. Sociedad are currently seventh, two points above Girona in tenth.
Monaco to beat Amien
Despite losing several star players, Monaco still look likely to be Paris Saint-Germain’s main challengers in Ligue 1.
Leonardo Jardim’s side shouldn’t have too many problems against Amiens. They’re 8/15 to win the first game between the two clubs.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing