This week’s 5/1 accumulator features two of Europe’s in-form sides, Atletico Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt, as well as one of the most-improved, Nottingham Forest.
BwinBetting’s Neil Sargent talks you through the reasons why these three teams should feature on every accumulator this weekend, promising a five-fold return if successful.
New customers to bwin who sign up online qualify for a free £20 bet and using that to back Forest, Atletico and Frankfurt will return £129.67 if successful.
Nottingham Forest to beat Derby County @ 9/10
Derby have not won away from home yet this season, losing twice and drawing one. Clough’s men won at the City Ground last season but both of their wins this term have come at home and they sit in a disappointing 19th position in the Championship table, just one point off the relegation zone.
Nottingham Forest, on the other hand, are unbeaten at home in the league, winning two and drawing one. They have double the amount of points after seven games this season than they had at the same stage last season and, having pulled off a major coup by securing the services of Jermaine Jenas for the next six games, they should have too much quality for inconsistent County.
Atletico Madrid to beat Espanyol @ 19/20
Espanyol currently sit joint bottom of La Liga after losing four of their first five games and conceding at a rate of more than two goals per game.
Atletico Madrid, though, are unbeaten this season and have won six on the bounce in all competitions, averaging more than three goals per game. They have scored four goals in four of their seven games this season and, in Falcao, they can make a good claim to have Europe’s hottest striker following the frontman’s ten goals in six games, including two hat-tricks and a double in the last away match against Betis.
Eintracht Frankfurt to beat SC Freiberg @ 3/4
Newly promoted Eintracht Frankfurt have been this season’s surprise package in the Bundesliga, winning four and drawing one of their opening five games. Last week they faced a major test of their abilities and they passed it with flying colours, holding defending champions Borussia Dortmund to a 3-3 draw.
Freiberg, on the other hand, have won only one of their first five games, losing two and drawing two. On top of this, they have lost on five of their last six visits to the Commerzbank Arena and won’t be relishing visiting there again.
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