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Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to follow across Europe
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Simon Barlow
Francesco Farioli's Nice have made a bright start to the Ligue 1 Season
Francesco Farioli's Nice have made a bright start to the Ligue 1 Season

There is plenty of action across Europe's top divisions this weekend and we have picked out a five-fold acca featuring games from the Eredivisie, Ligue 1, LaLiga, and the Primeira Liga, which pays out at 35/1.

Sunday 11.30am

In the Netherlands, Nijmegen can get the five-fold off to a good start when they host a Vitesse team that appears to be sinking fast.

Phillip Cocu's side are on a run of five straight Eredivisie defeats and are contending with a growing injury list.

Centre-back Nicolas Isimat-Mirin missed last weekend's 1-0 defeat at Twente with a back injury and striker Fode Fofana was stretchered off 13 minutes into that contest with a knee problem.

The noises coming out of the Vitesse camp suggest team spirit is not what it should be and another defeat looks to be on the cards when they face a Nijmegen side that has won consecutive home league games.

Sunday, 2pm

Surprise leaders Brest travel to second-placed Nice in Sunday's Ligue 1 table-topping clash, but the Breton club's excellent early-season run could come to an end at Allianz Riviera.

After making the somewhat left-field appointment of Francesco Farioli in the summer, Nice have become a major force to be reckoned with in France.

They are one of only two unbeaten teams in Ligue 1 and recently returned from back-to-back trips to Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco with six points.

Les Aiglons have the best defence in the league, having conceded just four goals through six games, and have faced the second-fewest shots, while Brest were a touch fortunate to beat Reims on their last road assignment.

Sunday, 2pm

Toulouse look good to bounce back from their 2-1 defeat at Lens last time out when they face Metz in front of their home fans.

Les Violets were off-colour last weekend as they completed a three-game road trip after solid draws at Marseille and Union Saint-Gilloise.

A full week's rest should do them the power of good as they get ready to take on a Metz side that created very little in last weekend's 1-0 derby defeat at Strasbourg.

Jagoba Arrasate will want to see his Osasuna side try and take all three points at Alaves
Jagoba Arrasate will want to see his Osasuna side try and take all three points at Alaves

Sunday, 3.15pm

Osasuna have dominated Basque derbies against Alaves down the years and there has been a recent tendency for the away team to come out on top when these two meet.

The team from Pamplona, who did the league double over Alaves when they were last in the top flight, bring excellent away form into this contest with six points taken from a possible nine.

Jagoba Arrasate's team won at Celta Vigo and Valencia before being denied a point by a late Getafe winner a fortnight ago.

Alaves, meanwhile, failed to score for a second game in a row as they lost 2-0 at home to Athletic Bilbao last weekend.

Sunday, 6pm

Vitoria Guimaraes need to get back on track if they are to stay in the hunt for a European berth and a visit from second-bottom Estoril represents the perfect chance to pick up all three points.

The Canaries are winless in four with three straight defeats preceding their 2-2 home draw with fellow strugglers Vizela last weekend.

That result was not enough to save Alvaro Pacheco, who was shown the door and quickly replaced by Vasco Seabra this week.

Estoril's defensive frailty, which has seen them concede 15 goals through six games, will take more than just a few training sessions for the ex-Maritimo coach to fix.

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NEC NijmegenVitesseBrestToulouseNiceMetzOsasunaDeportivo AlavesVitoriaEstoril
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