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Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to back across Europe
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Aidan Perkins
Vincenzo Italiano will hope Fiorentina can earn a win on Sunday
Vincenzo Italiano will hope Fiorentina can earn a win on Sunday

Leagues across Europe are winding down but there is still plenty to play for at both ends of the table in many divisions on Sunday.

Below are five sides that we believe could claim all three points at the weekend, which together combines for a 33/1 accumulator.

Sunday, 1.30pm

Utrecht are making a late bid for the Europa League play-offs with three wins from their last four and they can extend this impressive streak when they host an already-relegated Vitesse side with just one win from their last eight.

The Vites have lost 10 of their last 11 on the road in all competitions, while they have also won just one of their last six visits to Utrecht’s Stadion Galgenwaard, losing their last two, and could struggle again on Sunday.

Sunday, 2pm

Fiorentina can still qualify for European football via their domestic performances — although this may not be required should they win the Europa Conference League — and they will be expected to stay within touching distance of seventh-placed Lazio when they face a relegation-threatened Verona.

Verona have won just one of their last six and have failed to beat I Viola in each of their last eight meetings.

With I Mastini possessing the fifth-worst home record in Serie A, it is difficult to see this winless streak being broken any time soon.

Sunday 5.30pm

With just three wins from their last 10, including defeats in each of their last two, Valencia are in real danger of missing out on European football for a fifth successive season and their continental ambitions could take another hit when they host Alaves.

The Babazorros have won each of their last two, including an impressive 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid, and one final victory would all but seal their La Liga status for another season.

Sunday, 6.30pm

Mainz are in the thick of a relegation battle and an upturn in recent form that has seen them go six games unbeaten in the Bundesliga means Bo Henriksen’s men are now within two points of safety.

Bo Henriksen has had some good results of late with Mainz
Bo Henriksen has had some good results of late with Mainz

A trip to mid-table Heidenheim could further Mainz’s hopes of survival and, with the hosts winning just one of their last seven at the Voith-Arena, an away win could be on the cards.

Sunday, 8.30pm

Just five points separate Benfica with leaders Sporting and the Eagles could keep their fading title ambitions alive when they visit Famalicao.

The hosts are eight points clear of the drop zone but have failed to win any of their last four league games and could find life difficult against the Portuguese giants, who have won four of their last five in all competitions.

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