European football tips: Five banker bets for Sunday acca
We’ve picked out five top European football tips for a Sunday acca and if all of our banker bets are successful it will give us a near 5/1 pay-out.
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Bayern Munich to win at Monchengladbach @ 21/50
After failing to convince in the first half of the season, Bayern Munich are now unbeaten in their last 18 matches in all competitions and have claimed victory in all bar two of those fixtures. The Bundesliga leaders will be keen to avenge a 3-1 defeat at this venue last season and the hosts may still be down from losing out to Schalke on away goals in the Europa League.
Atletico Madrid to beat Sevilla @ 67/100
Atletico Madrid were able to take things fairly easy when entertaining Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League in midweek and should be fresh enough to go full out in search of a third straight La Liga triumph. Sevilla were left shell-shocked when crashing out of Europe at Leicester and had previously been flat in draws with Alaves and Leganes.
Roma to beat Sassuolo @ 13/50
Roma have been in fine form at home this season, winning 12 of their 13 Serie A fixtures at the Olympic Stadium, and they are still trying to hang on to the coat tails of Juventus at the top of the table. Sassuolo were beaten 3-1 at home by this weekend’s opponents back in October and go into the return fixture after failing to score in three straight matches.
PSG to beat Lyon @ 1/2
PSG recovered from their Camp Nou horror show against Barcelona to beat Lorient away last week and can’t afford any slip-ups as they try to keep the pressure on Monaco at the Ligue 1 summit. Lyon are having a decent campaign but they have only picked up one point from their last three road trips in this competition and lost at Roma in the Europa League on Thursday.
Ajax to win at Excelsior @ 3/10
Ajax should be in good spirits after beating FC Copenhagen 2-0 on Thursday to progress in the Europa League and they are unbeaten in 10 straight Dutch Eredivisie matches, including winning four of their last five domestic away games. Excelsior are coming off a fine win over Heerenveen but that was a first victory in 13 games and they must prove that was no flash in the pan.