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Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to back across Europe in our 13/1 acca
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Bobbie Jackson
Gian Piero Gasperini's Atalanta have the third-best away record in Serie A
Gian Piero Gasperini's Atalanta have the third-best away record in Serie A

Domestic football returns this weekend following the international break and the beginning of the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.

Saturday, 2pm

Cremonese have struggled to adapt to life in Serie A and look destined for an immediate return to Serie B as they prop up the table and are 11 points from safety.

They have picked up just six points at home and only managed to register one victory from 13 outings, losing nine times.

Atalanta, who sit sixth and are chasing a Champions League spot, are the latest visitors and they head to the Stadio Giovanni Zini with the third-best away record in the division.

Saturday, 2.30pm

Urs Fischer's Union Berlin have a chance to add to Stuttgart's woes on Saturday
Urs Fischer's Union Berlin have a chance to add to Stuttgart's woes on Saturday

Union Berlin sit third in the Bundesliga and have their sights set on league leaders Borussia Dortmund, who travel to second placed Bayern Munich later on Saturday.

Urs Fischer's side will be extremely confident of adding three points to their tally when bottom club Stuttgart head to the Stadion An der Alten Forsterei.

Stuttgart are yet to taste victory on their travels this campaign, losing seven and drawing five, and Union look great value to come out on top.

Saturday, 3pm

Peterborough are firmly in the hunt for a playoff spot and are not showing any signs of slowing after winning each of their last three.

Oxford head to the Weston Homes Stadium on Saturday eager to boost their hopes of beating relegation but they have not won in six on the road.

Posh sealed a 2-1 victory in October's reverse fixture and another triumph looks on the cards.

Sunday, 1pm

Celta Vigo have looked sharp under Carlos Carvalhal
Celta Vigo have looked sharp under Carlos Carvalhal

Only Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have picked up more points than Celta Vigo over the last 10 games in La Liga.

Celta could still make a late push for a European berth but they must maintain momentum and a return to action against relegation-threatened Almeria on Sunday gives them that chance.

Almeria have picked up a league-low three points on their travels this season, failing to win a single match, and the Galicians should get the job done.

Sunday, 2pm

Nice are unbeaten in 13 games across all competitions as they gear up for a trip to bottom club Angers on Sunday.

Angers have lost their last five fixtures in Ligue 1 and have only recorded one home victory this campaign.

Their last win in the league came at Nice in September and Les Aiglons will be seeking revenge in this reverse.

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