Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to back across Europe
European giants Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are two key components of this weekend's five teams for your acca with a total return of more than 67/1 due if Sassuolo, Luton and Livingston also do the business.
Sassuolo (16/5) to beat Inter (7/10), Draw (16/5)
Sassuolo can be a nightmare matchup for an Inter Milan side smarting from a home league defeat to Roma last weekend.
Simone Inzaghi's side got back to winning ways with a 1-0 Champions League win over Barcelona on Tuesday, but they were fortunate to secure all three points after both the referee and VAR officials missed a blatant penalty for handball by Denzel Dumfries.
The Nerazzurri have lost three of their four away Serie A games this season and will not relish a trip to Reggio Emilia to face a Sassuolo side that fired five past Salernitana in their last game.
The hosts have secured seven points from a possible 12 on offer at MAPEI Stadium - Citta del Tricolore this season, while Inter's travel sickness has seen them lose three successive road trips to Lazio, AC Milan and Udinese.
Prediction: Sassuolo to win (16/5)
Luton (3/1) to win at West Brom (10/11), Draw (5/2)
West Brom boss Steve Bruce seems to be on thin ice amid a torrid run of results that continued with a third defeat in four at Preston on Wednesday.
Another poorly-defended cross cost them a goal from which they never recovered at Deepdale to leave Bruce's Baggies stuck in the relegation zone.
Improving Luton drew 3-3 with Huddersfield in midweek as last season's club top scorer Elijah Adebayo finally broke his duck with a brace and he should now have the confidence to capitalise on any more defensive lapses from West Brom.
Prediction: Luton to win (3/1)
Livingston (19/20) to beat Ross County (3/1), Draw (12/5)
Livingston are an attractive price to get their fourth home win on the bounce against a woeful Ross County side that were thrashed 5-0 at home by Motherwell in midweek.
Staggies boss Malky Mackay was embarrassed by his own performance as a manager after his team were taken to the cleaners in such a way to record their heaviest defeat since he took charge last season.
Mackay apologised to the home fans, admitting the team were awful in the second half, but there had been signs that his side lacked belief when they failed to lay a glove on Hibernian after falling behind last weekend.
The Dingwall outfit have now lost nine of their last 12 Premiership matches and look vulnerable to another loss at the Toni Macaroni Arena on Saturday.
The Lions have won five of their last seven league games at home and kept back-to-back clean sheets against Hearts and Kilmarnock last month.
Prediction: Livingston to win (19/20)
Bayern Munich (8/13) to win at Borussia Dortmund (8/5), Draw (7/2)
Bayern have won the last eight Der Klassiker clashes and ought to make it nine in a row when they travel to Signal Iduna Park on Saturday evening.
The Bundesliga title rivals are level on 15 points, with Bayern above Dortmund thanks to their superior goal difference, but there can be little doubt about which of the two is in better shape going into this weekend.
Julian Nagelsmann's Bayern have won three of their last four games and recorded 4-0 and 5-0 wins in their last two games while Edin Terzic's BVB have suffered defeats to Leipzig, Manchester City and Cologne in the last month.
Nagelsmann's cute rejig of his forward options against Leverkusen lit a fire under a misfiring front line they went on to score nine goals in their next two games and his tactical acumen should ensure Bayern win this one.
Prediction: Bayern Munich to win (8/13)
PSG (3/10) to win at Reims (15/2), Draw (5/1)
The old Paris Saint-Germain could always be prone to the occasional slip-up when least expected in Ligue 1 games such as this at relegation-threatened Reims on Saturday night.
But Christophe Galtier's new PSG show no signs of slowing down or losing their appetite for away wins with a couple of goals to spare.
His team have won five out of five on the road this season and have taken the last five head-to-head meetings between the clubs without conceding a goal each time.
As a general rule of thumb, PSG have only slipped up against teams with names beginning with the letters L, M and N over the past few years so they should be able to avoid any bumps in the road to Reims.
Prediction: Paris Saint-Germain to win (3/10)
Five teams for your weekend acca: Sassuolo, Luton, Livingston, Bayern Munich and PSG all to win