bwin takes you through its European football acca which features some truly huge games, with major implications, in Germany, Spain, France and Italy.
Featuring as part of our acca is acca is Girona’s trip to Real Madrid. Heading into the game, Los Blancos are just two points clear of Girona in La Liga, so Saturday’s match will have major implications on the title race, regardless of the outcome.
And we’re going with a win for Real Madrid, as part of our six-fold acca, which can be backed with bwin with odds of 18.31/1.
European football acca
Dortmund head into the game this weekend with Freiburg in fourth place in the Bundesliga table, with RB Leipzig hot on their heels in fifth place, just one point behind their rivals.
Freiburg aren’t actually that far behind Dortmund either. Heading into the game, they occupy seventh spot in the German top-flight, with 28 points after 20 games, which is nine less than their opponents this weekend.
While Freiburg will be hoping to walk into next week with just six points separating them and Dortmund, but we’re going with a win for Marco Rose’s side here, expecting them simply to have too much quality for their opponents, with odds of 0.46/1.
For the next leg of our acca we travel to Italy for Inter Milan, who sit at the top of Serie A, and their trip to Roma.
Inter Milan are playing some world class football at the moment, and look on track to win the Serie A for the second time in four years, becoming the first team (other than Juventus) to do that since Inter Milan in 2010.
With the likes of Lautaro Martinez, Alessandro Bastoni and Nicolo Barella playing some of the best football of their careers at the moment, Inter Milan are playing some of the best football you’ll see, and they should be on full display on Saturday afternoon.
While Roma are unbeaten in their last three competitive games, with their most recent loss coming against AC Milan on January 14, we’re going with an Inter Milan win here, with odds of 0.91/1.
Credit to Juventus, who have actually been playing some good football this season.
After quite a prolonged period of utter chaos of the pitch, the Italian giants are getting things back on track, and find themselves in second place in Serie A, just four points behind the aforementioned Inter Milan, although that’ll stretch to seven if the 2023 Champions League runners-up win their game in hand.
Juventus play an out-of-form Udinese side on Monday night who find themselves in 16th place, just one point outside of the relegation zone. This should be a comfortably victory for Massimo Allegri’s men, which is what we’re going with for the third leg of our acca, with odds of 0.43/1.
Similarly to Juventus, it’s going under the radar just how well Atletico Madrid are playing this season. They may only be fourth in La Liga, at the time of writing, but a lot of that is due to the poor start endured by Diego Simeone’s side, who have been great over the last few months.
While it’s Atletico’s home form that makes them a force to be reckoned with, we’re still going with a win for them against Sevilla away from home this weekend, with odds of 1.1/1.
Many Atletico fans will be disappointed with their side’s league position this season, and the same will definitely be said for fans of Sevilla, who find themselves in 15th place with 20 points from their opening 23 games, which is 28 fewer than their opponents this weekend.
Girona have caught the attention of not just supporters in Spain, but football fans across the world this season with their incredible performances that have seen them climb to second place in La Liga, with less than half of the season left to play.
They find themselves two points behind Real Madrid, the side sitting in first place right now, but we’re expecting that gap to be widened to five points this weekend after the teams meet in domestic league action.
While the football fantastics, other than those supporting Real Madrid of course, want to see Girona win and go top of La Liga this weekend, but we simply don’t think it’s going to happen. So, for the penultimate leg of our acca, we’re going for a Real Madrid win, with odds of 0.44/1.
PSG to beat Lille – 0.61/1
The final leg of our acca takes us to France for PSG’s game with Lille, the last side to beat them to the Ligue 1 title, which they managed to do in 2021.
After an impressive start by Nice, normality resumed at the top of Ligue 1, and now PSG find themselves leading the league with 47 points, eight more than second place.
Lille have had a decent side, by their standards, finding themselves in fourth place. However, they’re still 12 points behind PSG, and we’re not expecting that gap to close on Saturday evening when the two teams meet.
So, to finish things off, we’re going with a PSG win at home to Lille, with odds of 0.61/1.
Again, our European football acca can be backed with bwin, at the time of writing, with odds of 18.31/1.
All odds and markets are correct as of the date of publication.