Weekend football acca for October 14-15
FootyOn pick out a promising weekend football acca for October 14-15, ahead of an array of fixtures across Europe.
The season is now in full swing after returning from the international break, with clashes coming thick and fast every week.
This weekend is no different and has thrown out a number of clashes to be excited about.
So, with potential profit like this available, be sure to read our weekend football acca for October 14-15…
Atletico Madrid v Barcelona: Away win (31/20*)
LIVE on Sky Sports Main Event and Football, kick-off 19:45 BST.
A fixture with added heat due to political unrest, the Ernesto Valverde’s men actually head to Madrid with an impressive record away to Diego Simeone’s side.
The Catalan club have won five of their last six games away to Cholo’s men.
Roma v Napoli: Away win (13/10*)
Live on BT Sport 3, kick-off 19:45 BST
The Little Donkeys have got off to a flyer this season.
Maurizio Sarri’s Napoli have won each of their first seven Serie A games this season and are perhaps the most entertaining side to watch in the world right now.
Not only this, but they’ve scored three or more in every league game they have played.
Real Betis v Valencia: Draw (13/5*)
Live on Sky Sports Football, kick-off 19:45 BST
While Napoli may be Europe’s most exciting side to watch, Marcelino’s Los Che can’t be that far behind.
The Mestalla men have been reinvigorated this season and sit third in La Liga, two points ahead of Betis.
Valencia are still unbeaten and in fine form, but Betis will put up a tough test.
The Seville side have scored for in each of their last two games and even have a win over Real Madrid this term.
Two of the last four clashes between Betis and Valencia have ended in a draw.
Inter Milan v AC Milan: Home win (23/20*)
Live on BT Sport 1, kick-off 19:45 BST
Milan already trail league leaders Napoli by nine points and their city rivals by seven.
After huge investment this summer, pressure is mounting on Vincenzo Montella and expect a loss to be the final nail in his San Siro coffin.
Inter are undefeated so far this season, while Milan have already lost three times.
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*Odds correct at the time of publishing.