European sevenfold acca appeals in Bundesliga, Serie A and La Liga matches
FootyOn highlights a European sevenfold acca this Wednesday which could turn a fiver into nearly £110.
Besides League Cup action in England, there’s also money to be made betting on midweek football fixtures abroad.
There are matches in Germany, Italy and Spain this Wednesday, so we’ve come up with a sweet European sevenfold acca.
Sign up to and bet with betway to get current combined odds of just shy of 21/1* (21.90) on these seven teams winning.
A £5 stake returns £109.53 on our Wednesday accumulator, which is potentially over £104 pure profit.
We’ll take each leg of our European sevenfold acca in turn…
Roma to win at Benevento: 4/11*
Live on BT Sport 3, kick-off: 17:30 BST
Away games aplenty feature in this European sevenfold acca and, in Serie A, Roma are taken to win at new boys Benevento.
The hosts prop up the table with no points and one goal scored this season to date, so the Giallorossi look a sure-fire bet.
Atletico Madrid to win at Athletic Bilbao: 5/4*
Live on Sky Sports Mix, kick-off: 19:00 BST.
Having won their first game at their new stadium, Atleti now travel to the San Mames with a 10-match unbeaten run over Bilbao.
Eight of those meetings have ended in victories for Diego Simeone’s side, so Atletico should come out on top again.
Borussia Dortmund to win at Hamburg: 9/20*
Live on BT Sport ESPN, kick-off: 19:30 BST.
Dortmund remain top of the Bundesliga and early pacesetters and travel to Hamburg, where they put five past their hosts last term.
The home team have lost their last two games 2-0 and now come up against fearsome forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who has a stunning record of eight in eight in this fixture including six in the previous four meetings.
Bayer Leverkusen to win at Hertha Berlin: 5/4*
Live on BT Sport Extra 2, kick-off: 19:30 BST.
Although Hertha and Leverkusen are next to one another in the Bundesliga table, Bayer put nine goals past Berlin last season.
Hertha haven’t won any of their last four games and are struggling to score, so side with Leverkusen.
Juventus to beat Fiorentina: 4/11*
Live on BT Sport 3, kick-off: 19:45 BST.
Florentine team the Viola have taken a strange direction, placing faith in lots of young players.
Italian champions Juve have the nous to punish youthful Fiorentina’s mistakes in spades thanks to in-form Paulo Dybala.
Real Nadrid to beat Real Betis: 1/9*
Live on Sky Sports Mix, kick-off: 21:00 BST.
Seville side Betis have lost both of their La Liga away matches in this term.
They now travel to the Bernabeu where they have lost seven straight matches, so Los Blancos look a home banker.
Sevilla to beat Las Palmas: 4/9*
Live on Sky Sports Red Button, kick-off: 21:00 BST.
The Bathtubs did the double over Canary Islands outfit Las Palmas last term.
Sevilla are worth siding with again based on their strong Anfield performance in the Champions League.
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