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Friday’s five-fold acca could pay over £230 from a £5 stake

| 15.12.2017

Championship, La Liga and Ligue 1 feature

There’s no shortage of football action this evening, with games taking place right across Europe.

The Coral News Team have scoured England, Germany, France, Spain and Portugal to bring you tonight’s five-fold accumulator.

If all five selections are successful, you could be looking at a £235.75 return from a £5 stake. All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

Without further adieu, let’s get going…

Wolves to beat Sheffield Wednesday

Wolves are in fantastic form. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are unbeaten in seven, winning six. They boast the Championship’s joint-best away record and the division’s second-top scorer in Leo Bonatini.

The table-toppers are good value at 11/10 to pick up another win.

Borussia Monchengladbach to beat Hamburg

Hamburg have lost five of their seven away games in the Bundesliga so far this season. Monchengladbach, by contrast, are unbeaten in four at home.

It’s the hosts who get the nod at 3/4.

Sevilla to beat Levante   

The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan is a fortress. Sevilla have only lost only once on their own patch all season long.

They’ve won their last three on home soil and have the quality to make that four at 3/10.

St-Etienne to beat Monaco

Sometimes, the Coral News Team like to take risks. That’s why St Etienne get the vote ahead of Monaco. The visitors may have the division’s fourth-best away record, but they’re currently on a torrid run away from home.

Les Rouges et Blancs have won just twice in their last nine away games, losing their last two.

This game represents the perfect opportunity for the hosts to kick-start their season at 16/5.

Pacos Ferreira to beat Boavista

Things are rounded off by Pacos Ferreira at home to Boavista. Os Castores have only lost once at home so far this season. They’re unbeaten in three of their last four matches on home soil, too.

Against a Boavista side that have only taken three points on the road once all season, the hosts should have enough to win at 27/20.

Big match previews, betting tips and transfer news – Coral have it all.

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



Nick Murphy