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Sunday acca predictions: Five teams to back across Europe
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Rob Eddy
Eric Roy's Brest may not be able to chase down leaders PSG but they can consolidate second place on Sunday
Eric Roy's Brest may not be able to chase down leaders PSG but they can consolidate second place on Sunday

Sunday sees the conclusion of another gameweek for many leagues across Europe and a number of matches should be worth keeping an eye on from a punting perspective.

Take a look below at the five sides we believe could claim three points this weekend, with the five-fold combining for a respectable 15.07/1 accumulator.

Sunday, 12pm

The first of two Ligue 1 selections sees second-placed Brest host relegation-threatened Metz and the Pirates should be able to comfortably see off the visitors in the early kick-off given their recent home form.

Eric Roy’s men are on a nine-game unbeaten run at the Stade Francis-Le Ble and last tasted defeat at home against league leaders Paris Saint-Germain in October.

Meanwhile, Metz have won just one of their last seven on the road and have lost each of their last two games in the French top flight.

Sunday, 1.30pm

Two of the biggest teams in the Netherlands come face to face in the Eredivisie on Sunday and hosts Feyenoord could claim all three points against an Ajax side that has been bitterly disappointing throughout this campaign.

Ajax have lost two of their last four away games in all competitions and find themselves 30 points behind league leaders PSV.

Feyenoord were comfortable 4-0 victors in the reverse fixture in September and a run of four consecutive victories at De Kuip will stand them in good stead to register their first league double over Ajax since the 2005-06 season.

Sunday, 2pm

Our second French league pick focuses on a relegation six-pointer between Montpellier and Lorient and the 2012 Ligue 1 champions could take a giant step towards safety by claiming victory over their rivals for the drop.

Lorient have impressed away from home recently with three wins from their last four on the road but a total of 50 goals conceded — the worst in the division — makes it difficult to back the visitors for victory.

Home advantage could therefore be key for Michel Der Zakarian’s men and, with just two defeats from their last eight home games, the hosts should have enough about them to see off Les Merlus.

Sunday, 2.30pm

Jess Thorup's Augsburg have been in flying form and can make it five wins in six games on Sunday
Jess Thorup's Augsburg have been in flying form and can make it five wins in six games on Sunday

A run of three consecutive defeats has seen Hoffenheim tumble down the table and away from the coveted European spots.

The hosts will be desperate to reignite their continental dreams but they may find things difficult when they take on an Augsburg side in fantastic form.

The visitors have won four of their last five games in the Bundesliga — drawing the other — while they have also lost just one of their last five on the road.

With Augsburg also in contention for European football next season, their form could be key in coming away from the Rhein-Neckar-Arena with victory.

Sunday, 5pm

Our accumulator is completed in Serie A and Atalanta can consolidate their place in the top six by beating Cagliari at the weekend, with Claudio Ranieri’s men living life dangerously on the precipice of the bottom three.

The Islanders are unbeaten across their last three matches at the Stadio Unipol Domus but their record against Atalanta leaves much to be desired.

The visitors have taken all three points in each of their last five visits in all competitions and should be expected to continue this run on Sunday.

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BrestMetzLigue 1AjaxFeyenoordEredivisieMontpellierLorientAugsburgHoffenheimAtalantaCagliariBundesligaSerie A
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