For this Sunday’s Acca, backing Barcelona, Juventus, Braga, PSV Eindhoven and Celtic gives you odds of just under 5/1 and represents a great chance of a big win to see out the week in style.
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Barcelona to beat Real Madrid @ 19/20
Barcelona have made a predictably impressive start under Tito Vilanova, winning nine out of ten in all competitions. Their only defeat so far came against Real Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup but that was at the Bernabeu, with the Catalan club winning 3-2 at the Nou Camp in the first leg.
In recent times Barcelona have a good record against Real at the Nou Camp, having won three of the last four, and their 2-1 defeat to Mourinho’s side there last season was their only home defeat in La Liga for two calendar years.
El Clasico matches are always unpredictable but Mourinho’s side have only won six of their opening ten games in all competitions and never enjoy visiting the Nou Camp. A home win is the likely outcome in this one.
Juventus to beat Siena @1/2
Serie A leaders Juventus have made a flying start to their domestic campaign, winning five and drawing one of their opening six games. They haven’t lost to Siena for six matches, winning four of them, and incredibly they haven’t lost a Serie A match anywhere since May 2011, having gone the whole of last season unbeaten.
Perennial strugglers Siena sit second bottom of the Serie A table and have won only one of their three home matches so far this season. It looks like being another uphill struggle for the hosts on Sunday.
Braga to beat Olhanense @ 2/5
Buoyed by a brilliant 2-0 win away to Galatasaray in the Champions League in midweek and chasing a 3rd successive Portuguese Liga victory, Braga will be confident of success when they host struggling Olhanense on Sunday.
The visitors are without a win in their last four games and have lost their last three in a row, leaving them just one place off the bottom of the table. It is hard to see past another home victory here.
PSV to beat NAC @ 11/100
Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven have an incredible home record this season that has to be seen to be believed. In five games in all competitions at the Philips Stadion they have won 5-0, 9-0, 5-1, 3-0 and 3-0, with their conquests including Napoli, Feyenoord and AZ Alkmaar. That is an aggregate home score this season, in just five games, of 25-1.
Breda are winless on the road having lost three and drawn one so far this season, leaving them languishing in 15th place in the 18 team Eredivisie. For a team with apparent travel-sickness, a visit to Eindhoven has got to be one of the most terrifying prospects in the Dutch game.
Celtic to beat Hearts @ 3/10
Scottish champions Celtic picked up their first ever away win in the Champions League on Tuesday by beating Spartak Moscow 3-2, and that came on the back of Neil Lennon’s men returning to the top of the SPL table after humbling previous incumbents Motherwell 2-0 last Saturday.
The Glasgow giants have won four in a row in all competitions and are unbeaten at home in the SPL this season. On Sunday they face Hearts, a team they thrashed 5-0 at home the last time the sides met and who have only won two of eight games in the league so far.
Even with a Champions League hangover, Celtic should be too strong in this one.
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