European football tips: Five predictions for Saturday acca
We’ve picked out five European football tips from the major leagues for Saturday and will be rewarded with an accumulator at odds of over 4/1 if all our banker bets come in.
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Napoli to beat Fiorentina @ 13/50
Napoli continued their strong end to the season with a ruthless 5-0 win at Torino last weekend, making it eight victories and two draws from their last 10 Serie A fixtures. Fiorentina are coming off a decent win over Lazio, but their opponents did rest some players ahead of the Coppa Italia final that day. Viola have only won one of their last seven away.
Deportivo La Coruna to beat Las Palmas @ 67/100
Deportivo have flirted with relegation this season but get the chance to celebrate their survival in style. After a woeful first two thirds of the campaign, they have at least shown some spirit at home, with wins over Barcelona and Malaga here, plus a draw with Atletico Madrid, since the start of March. Las Palmas have nothing at stake after picking up just one point in six games.
Borussia Dortmund to beat Werder Bremen @ 11/50
Dortmund let us down when only drawing at Augsburg last week but can hopefully make amends here. The Black and Yellows are unbeaten at home in the Bundesliga this season, securing 12 wins and four draws. Werder Bremen won’t be unhappy with their overall form this term, but nine goals conceded in back-to-back defeats against Cologne and Hoffenheim suggests they have had enough.
Marseille to beat Bastia @ 7/25
Marseille have been strong at home in Ligue 1, winning 12 of 18 games and conceding a miserly 13 goals – nine of which were scored by Monaco and PSG, so you can do the maths on how clinical they have been against other teams. Bastia are battling to avoid relegation, but 14 losses in 18 away fixtures highlights why they are second from bottom in the table.
AZ Alkmaar to beat Groningen @ 31/50
AZ looked a cut above Groningen in the first leg of this play-off to secure a Europa League place when romping to a 4-1 away victory on Wednesday. That should have lifted spirits following a disappointing end to the regular season and former Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul can help them confirm that superiority back at AFAS Stadion.