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Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to follow across Europe
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Jamie Griffith
Xabi Alonso has enjoyed a fantastic start to the season with Bayer Leverkusen top of both the table and goal charts
Xabi Alonso has enjoyed a fantastic start to the season with Bayer Leverkusen top of both the table and goal charts

There is plenty of action across Europe's top divisions this weekend and we have picked out a fivefold acca featuring games from the Bundesliga, LaLiga, Eredivisie and Serie A, which pays out at 35/1.

Saturday, 2:30pm

Bayer Leverkusen have been exceptional since appointing Xabi Alonso in October of last year, and they are getting their rewards now as they sit top of the Bundesliga table.

They are unbeaten in all competitions and their only draw came away against reigning champions Bayern Munich, suggesting they should be confident heading to Wolfsburg to face a side that have failed to beat them in their last three meetings. 

Leverkusen, led by the goals of Victor Boniface and the creativity of wonderkid Florian Wirtz, should have enough to blemish their hosts’ perfect home record and retain top spot in the Bundesliga. 

Saturday, 2:30pm

Hoffenheim have improved markedly from last season and find themselves occupying fifth place and will be confident in welcoming Eintracht Frankfurt, who have won only once away in all competitions, and that came in the DFB Pokal against minnows Lokomotive Leipzig.

In fact, Frankfurt’s last league win on the road came in November of 2022, 14 away games ago.

Their travel sickness may continue on Saturday against Hoffenheim, who beat them in last year’s identical fixture 3-1 and come into this season’s iteration in even better form. 

The hosts have won five of their last six games in the league and look set to make it 15 Bundesliga away games without a win for Eintracht.

Saturday, 8pm

Diego SImeone's side have lost only once all season and go into Saturday's clash on a five-match winning streak
Diego SImeone's side have lost only once all season and go into Saturday's clash on a five-match winning streak

Atletico come into this game on the back of five consecutive victories, including an impressive 3-1 win over bitter rivals Real Madrid and a 3-2 Champions League triumph over reigning Eredivisie champions Feyenoord, and can keep that run going. 

Diego Simeone’s side arrive in Vigo having won two of their last four away games, scoring nine goals in those victories, to face a team that have taken just two points from their five home matches this term. 

Celta are sat in 18th place in LaLiga and have been luckless against their visitors of late, having failed to win in nine attempts against Atletico and that run looks likely to be extended on Saturday. 

Atletico have kept three clean sheets in five away matches, whilst Celta have failed to score in three of their five games at home, suggesting the visitors should dispatch of their hosts with relative ease.

Sunday, 1.30pm

Excelsior have enjoyed an excellent start to the campaign, sitting fifth in the Eredivisie with an unbeaten record and they welcome PEC Zwolle, who are just three points clear of the automatic relegation places. 

The visitors have lost their last three matches and their only away win in their last five fixtures on the road came against newly-promoted Almere City in early September. 

This should be fairly routine for Rotterdam who are unbeaten in their last four games and will be looking to solidify their place as the ‘best of the rest’ outside of the runaway top four in the Eredivisie.   

Sunday, 7.45pm

Milan have made a fantastic start to the season, winning six of their opening seven matches to top the Serie A standings, and will relish chances against Juventus, having done the double over them last season.

Juventus have made a decent start after last season's troubles and are in third place in the table, although their away form is a potential issue as they have won just two of their four matches on the road this term, with those wins coming against early strugglers Udinese and Empoli. 

Ismael Bennacer and Mike Maignan are both missing for the hosts, but Milan are unbeaten in five competitive matches against the Old Lady, winning three and conceding just one goal in that run, and can enjoy a statement victory on Sunday.

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Bayer LeverkusenWolfsburgHoffenheimEintracht FrankfurtAtletico MadridCelta VigoExcelsiorPEC ZwolleAC MilanLaLigaSerie ABundesligaEredivisie
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