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Today’s football acca could return over £139 from a £5 stake

| 27.11.2017

It features action from England, Spain, Italy and Portugal

As we get closer to the festive period, the games are starting to pile up. And there’s plenty of action taking place all over the continent on Monday evening.

The Coral News Team have selected five games, all kicking off between 7:00-8:00pm, for today’s fivefold acca.

A £5 stake could return a huge £139.25 if all five selections come in. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.

Braga to beat Feirense (7:00pm)

The acca gets underway in Portugal, where Braga are big 4/9 favourites against Feirense.

Feirense have slid down the table after a run of four straight defeats. They’re unlikely to turn things around against the Arcebispos.

Cesena to beat Brescia (7:30pm)

Cesena have struggled in Serie B this season. But they’ve won both of their previous games against Brescia.

Cesena’s problem has been conceding too many goals. That means Brescia could be ideal opposition. Only two clubs have scored less than the Lombardy-based side this term. Cesena are 23/20 to maintain their 100% record against Brescia.

QPR to draw with Brentford (7:45pm)

There’s only two points between Queens Park Rangers and Brentford in the Championship table. And there may not be much to separate the West London rivals at Loftus Road.

QPR have only lost two league home games since April. Brentford have only lost one of their last five outings on the road. A draw could be on the cards at 5/2.

Atalanta to beat Benevento (7:45pm)

Benevento suffered a record 13th straight loss in Serie A last weekend. Their miserable form looks likely to continue here, with Atalanta at 1/4.

Atalanta will be full of confidence, having thrashed Everton 5-1 in the Europa League on Thursday.

Espanyol to beat Getafe (8:00pm)

Getafe are four points ahead of Espanyol in La Liga, but their poor away record could cost them at the RCDE Stadium.

Jose Bordalas’ side have only won one away game this season. They’re up against it with Espanyol big favourites at 21/20.

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



Daniel Anwar

Daniel has written about sport for Coral, Squawka, FourFourTwo and the Premier League, among others.