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Weekend football acca for September 23-24

FootyOn pick out a promising weekend football acca for September 23-24, ahead of an array of fixtures across Europe.

The season is now in full swing, with clashes coming thick and fast every week.

This weekend is no diffrent and has thrown out a number of clashes to be excited about.

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Saturday

Atletico Madrid to beat Sevilla – 13/20*

Fresh off the back of successfully opening their new stadium with a win over Malaga and reportedly bringing Diego Costa back in January, Diego Simeone’s side will be out for another three points.

Antoine Griezmann has a goal and an assist from his last two games and stood out in the win over Athletic Bilbao.

Manchester City to beat Crystal Palace – 1/7*

Weekend football acca for September 23-24: City are set to beat Palace.

It seems Palace are creating history every week with goalless performances wracking up this season.

In fact, with no goals in their first five Premier League games, they will meet the English top-flight’s joint top scorers.

Pep Guardiola’s Sky Blues have netted 16 so far and look almost unstoppable.

Leicester City and Liverpool to draw – 14/5*

LIVE on BT Sport 1, kick-off 17:30 BST.

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds are having a torrid time of late and are without a win in their last four games in all competitions.

In fact, now Klopp’s record is worse than that of predecessor Brendan Rodgers after the same number of games.

Liverpool’s last game was against Leicester in the League Cup, in which the Reds lost 2-0.

Expect it to be a tighter game, but the Foxes to hold on to a draw.

Sunday

Valencia to beat Real Sociedad – 85/40*

LIVE on Sky Sports Football, kick-off 19:45 BST.

Despite looking good against Real Madrid, La Real come up against a flying Valencia side that is yet to be beaten this campaign.

Los Che have registered draws against both Madrid giants and are coming off a 5-0 thrashing of Malaga.

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