Barcelona, AC Milan and Monaco feature in 9/2 Euro treble

While FA Cup fever enthrals football fans across Blighty, a smorgasbord of continental action makes for a very exciting Sunday, with three of the planet’s biggest hitters comprising our Euro treble paying a shade north of 9/2.

Barcelona, AC Milan and Monaco take centre stage in this threefold punt that, should any new bwin customer choose to take stake their £20 free bet bonus for opening a new account at on, they could be in line to reap a £90 profit.

Barcelona (-2) to beat Malaga @ 13/20

Dislodged from the top of the La Liga pile for the first time in a year-and-a-half, the Catalonian kings will be baying for blood and Malaga are the unfortunate figures standing in the way of the speeding juggernaut.

The previous three instances the league fixture generator has consigned them to a Camp Nou venture they’ve returned having lost 4-1 and have warmed up for this season’s visit by failing to score in three successive games.

Barca, on the other hand, have despatched five of their previous six guests by a margin greater than two goals and with Lionel Messi back on song – he assisted each of Christian Tello’s three goals in a midweek cup thrashing of Levante – the immediate future doesn’t look bright for Bernd Schuster’s boys.

Both teams to score in Monaco v Marseille @ 4/5

Falcao’s recent season-ending injury has hampered Les Rouges et Blancs ability to bag, but porous Marseille will help quash any fledgling goalscoring concerns the hosts may be harbouring.

In seven of previous eight games involving Jose Anigo’s men both participants have plundered, with L’OM stopping only lowly Reims from perforating their backline in a French Cup tie.

Moneybags Monaco have only failed to score in one home outing all season and have been kind enough to allow four of their last visitors at least one goal.

Cagliari double chance versus AC Milan @ 4/5

Clarence Seedorf’s newly acquired outfit travel to a ground where the hosts have lost only to Juventus since October, just their second setback on home soil this season.

The Rossoneri have a much uglier away record, winning just one domestic road game to date and shipping seven in their latest trio of trips.