Weekend football acca for September 9-10
FootyOn pick out a promising weekend football acca for September 9-10, ahead of an array of fixtures across Europe as club action returns.
After breaking for international ties, club football returns with a bang 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 September 9-10…
Valencia and Atletico Madrid to draw – 12/5
After years of instability, Los Che look to be back under new manager Marcelino. The Mestalla men had a marvellous transfer window, featuring the additions of Geoffrey Kondogbia, Gabriel Paulista and Jeison Murillo amongst many others.
Valencia now look solid and recently earned a draw away to Real Madrid. Meanwhile, Atleti drew to La Liga new-boys Girona on the opening day.
Manchester United to beat Stoke City – 1/2*
Live on BT Sport 1, Kick-off 17:30 BST.
The Old Trafford outfit have hit the ground running this season and look like a true Jose Mourinho side.
Yet to concede a goal this campaign, scoring 10 in only three games so far. Back the Red Devils to win again.
Bayern Munich to beat Hoffenheim – 9/20*
Live on BT Sport EPSN, kick-off 17:30 BST.
Going for their sixth consecutive Bundesliga title, Carlo Ancelotti’s men have got off to a typically perfect start.
Undoubtedly the strongest side in Germany, only complacency stands between them and another league crown.
AC Milan to beat Lazio – 5/2*
Live on BT Sport 3, kick-off 2:00 BST
The San Siro side have seen a huge squad overhaul thanks to major Far East Asian investment.
Vincenzo Montella’s men have looked thoroughly convincing this summer and have a unblemished league record thus far. Milan are also yet to lose to Lazio in the last four games.
Swansea City to beat Newcastle United – 7/5*
Live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League, kick-off 16:00 BST
Adding highly rated youngster Renato Sanches on loan from Bayern Munich and re-signing Wilfried Bony, the Swans had a great late transfer window.
Newcastle, however, seem to be going through another period of instability with manager Rafael Benitez subject of rumours surrounding his future.
The Spaniard will also be missing due to having an operation during the international break.
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*All odds correct at the time of publishing