Ajax provide punters the biggest price in our 26/1 Euro accumulator

Another Sunday means another heavy helping of continental football and bwin.com have all your betting needs catered for with a sumptuous treble plucked out of the vastness, potentially rewarding backers with a 26/1 payday.

Sevilla v Valencia – Over 3.5 goals scored @ 7/5

Los Che’s last road trip couldn’t have gone much better – they won 3-2 in the Camp Nou – and will be pepped up to further punish a Sevilla side that’s lost their last three outings.

With only one win mustered since the turn of the year, Unai Emery’s men are grossly out of sorts, but they are still managing to put a show on with each of their last three games producing exactly five goals.

In addition to savouring the victory in Barcelona, Valencia fans are also being treated to a heap of goals of late, with their last three outings producing a total of 14 strikes.

Risky punters could probably afford to squeeze the total goals line up to 4.5 on this one, but 3.5 looks a safe bet at a good price.

Roma v Sampdoria – Home win to nil @ 23/20

The Giallorossi’s backline is one of the meanest around and the Stadio Olimpico brings out their stingy side.

A pair of Napoli goals plundered in their recent Coppa Italia clash represent the only occasion where the Roma net has been rippled in six outings at home, which doesn’t bode well for Sampdoria.

Sinisa Mihajlovic’s side have lost three of their previous four road games, one of which was against Roma, and they failed to score in half of them so side with the capital club’s defence to do what it does best here.

Ajax v Heerenveen – Draw @ 17/4

The Amsterdam outfit have mounted the Eredivisie summit on the back of winning 11 of their past 14 games in all competitions, but Europa League hopefuls Heerenveen will slow their smooth progress.

Vitesse and their army of borrowed Chelsea talent were the last side to leave the Amsterdam Arena with anything other than a loss, with six sides coming and going defeated since.

The Marco van Basten managed visitors have shared the spoils in each of their last three meetings with Ajax and have only lost one of their previous six on the road, already drawing at PSV and FC Twente this term.