Take us up on a 15/1 midweek European acca. This eigthfold accumulator features Coppa Italia and DFB Pokal ties.

Turn a fiver into over £80 with midweek European eightfold acca

Midweek European acca: Incredible eightfold accumulator

There’s lots of tasty football coming up on the continent leading FootyOn experts to praise an eightfold midweek European acca.

Got a fiver spare? You could turn that into over £80 if backing these eight favourites all to win in Coppa Italia, DFB Pokal and La Liga action.

Betway currently offer brilliant combined odds of better than 15/1* on this incredible eightfold accumulator.

Check out the legs on this midweek European acca in more detail…

Tuesday

Juventus to beat Napoli

This Coppa Italia semi-final first leg sees Turin titans Juve unbeaten in 30 matches at home.

Travelling Napoli are up against it, then.

The Old Lady have won six in a row against the Little Donkeys in Turin.

That makes Juventus a banker bet at 4/5* to win their first leg encounter.

Borussia Dortmund to beat Sportfreunde Lotte

Back Borussia Dortmund for DFB Pokal quarter-final success in this eightfold acca.

Back Borussia Dortmund for DFB Pokal quarter-final success in this eightfold acca.

German 3 Liga side Sportfreunde Lotte have shocked everyone by reaching the DFB Pokal quarter-finals.

Two Bundesliga teams have been knocked out by them en route to this stage.

However, not sides of the calibre of Dortmund.

BVB are firm 2/9* favourites to win this tie and make the semis in 90 minutes.

Valencia to beat Leganes

Los Che boast three victories over Leganes in league and cup already this term.

The Bats clearly have the newly promoted side’s number, then.

Home wins over Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid also prove Valencia have turned a corner.

Side with them at 8/11* for a third consecutive victory at the Mestalla.

Wednesday

Barcelona to beat Sporting Gijon

The goals of Lionel Messi are why Barcelona feature in this midweek European acca.

The goals of Lionel Messi are why Barcelona feature in this midweek European acca.

In three meetings with Gijon last year, Barca scored 14 goals.

A dozen of those strikes came courtesy of deadly front three Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.

Messi, in particular, is back in-form with three in his last two outings.

Backing a home win looks a dead cert here at 1/14*.

Bayern Munich to beat Schalke

Carlo Ancelotti’s Bayern are on a 14-match unbeaten run and haven’t lost to Schalke for almost six years.

Munich come into this DFB Pokal clash off the back of an 8-0 drubbing of Hamburg.

Gelsenkirchen club Schalke should be scared, then.

With prolific Poland poacher Robert Lewandowski bang in-form, back Bayern to make the semis in 90 minutes at 2/9*.

Real Madrid to beat Las Palmas

Canary Islands club Las Palmas have lost four on the spin as they travel to the Bernabeu.

Los Blancos lead La Liga and should maintain their advantage with a straightforward victory.

A straightforward home win for Real Madrid looks on the card, so they are included in this eightfold accumulator.

A straightforward home win for Real Madrid looks on the card, so they are included in this eightfold accumulator.

Madrid remain the Real deal and strong 1/7* favourites for victory.

Thursday

Atletico Madrid to beat Deportivo La Coruna

Since regaining top-flight status Deportivo are yet to beat Atleti and there is little to suggest that will change.

Diego Simeone has the potent combination of Kevin Gameiro and Antoine Griezmann up top.

The latter loves scoring against Deportivo, with four in as many matches against them.

Atletico are thus an attractive punt at 4/6* to win at A Riazor.

Sevilla to beat Athletic Bilbao

Anadalusian outfit Sevilla are dark horses in the title race over in Spain, and have won four on the spin.

Bilbao, meanwhile, are behind Basque Country rivals Real Sociedad and Eibar in the table.

They have also lost each of their last three away games.

That leaves Sevilla as ones to side with at 7/10* to win.

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