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Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to follow across Europe
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Jamie Griffith
Diego Simeone will want to celebrate signing a new contract in Madrid with a win over Villarreal
Diego Simeone will want to celebrate signing a new contract in Madrid with a win over Villarreal

There is plenty of action across Europe's top divisions this Sunday and we have picked out an acca featuring games from the Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Primeira Liga and LaLiga.

The likes of title-chasing Atletico Madrid and high-flying Bayer Leverkusen feature in the five-fold which pays out at 17/1.

Sunday, 2pm

Atalanta make great appeal to get the acca off to a great start, with the fifth-placed side heading to lowly Udinese and they can flex their top four credentials over a side who are yet to win at home in Serie A this season.

The visitors are unbeaten in their previous five trips to Stadio Fruli, winning three in that run including a 6-2 thrashing the time before last, and should have too much for their struggling hosts.

The outfit from Bergamo have won three of their last five away matches, including a victory over Portuguese league leader Sporting in the Europa League, and should have no issues against an Udinese side who have conceded five without reply in their two home games against top-six sides this term.

Sunday, 2:30pm

Bayer Leverkusen are top of the Bundesliga and are unbeaten in their 16 games across all competitions this season, winning 15, and Xabi Alonso’s side are showing no signs of slowing down.

All seven of their home matches this term have seen over 2.5 goals with the hosts winning, and that trend should continue against relegation-threatened Union Berlin.

The visitors are winless in their last seven away matches and, having conceded three to Eintracht Frankfurt in their last Bundesliga match, may struggle to contain the attacking prowess of Victor Boniface, Florian Wirtz and co.

Leverkusen won this fixture 5-0 last year and a similarly dominant showing could occur on Sunday.

Sunday, 4:05pm

Lyon have endured a torrid start to the season and are propping up the Ligue 1 table after ten games, having taken just four points and failing to win a game to date.

That trend is set to continue against Rennes, who have beaten their visitors in three of their last four meetings and whose only loss in eight home games this season came against reigning champions PSG.

The hosts have netted 20 times in their eight matches at Roazhon Park and should have too much firepower for Lyon, who have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last five games.

Take a home win to bolster your Sunday acca.

Alexandre Lacazette and Lyon have endured a nightmare season in Ligue 1 to date
Alexandre Lacazette and Lyon have endured a nightmare season in Ligue 1 to date

Sunday, 6pm

Arouca have struggled this season after finishing a shock fifth in the last Primeira Liga campaign and find themselves propping up the table after ten games.

They have failed to win at home since the opening day of the league season, losing their last four at Estadio Municipal de Arouca without scoring, and will be lacking confidence against a side who have won seven of their ten away games this term.

Braga won 6-1 in their last Primeira Liga match and should be far too strong for struggling Arouca, who they beat both times last season with an aggregate score of 8-0.

Sunday, 8pm

The final game of the acca sees Atletico Madrid welcome 13th-placed Villarreal, with the hosts likely to take the points in an exciting affair.

Madrid have been in imperious form at the Metropolitano Stadium this term, winning all five of their LaLiga matches at home including a brilliant 3-1 victory over bitter rivals Real Madrid in September.

However, Villarreal may at least land a blow in Madrid. The visitors are unbeaten in their last three away matches and have scored in all but one of their five fixtures on the road.

Diego Simeone’s Atletico have been leaky at the back this season and have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their league home matches this term, with the trend set to continue on Sunday.

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AtalantaUdineseRennesLyonAtletico MadridVillarrealBayer LeverkusenUnion BerlinBragaArouca
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