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Weekend acca predictions: Five teams to back across Europe in our 31/1 acca
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Jack Ogalbe
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Edin Terzic has Borussia Dortmund in the title hunt this season
Edin Terzic has Borussia Dortmund in the title hunt this season

Another busy weekend of football across the continent and we are off to the Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1 for our latest five-fold, which pays out at over 30/1. 

Saturday, 2.30pm

It is a big weekend in the Bundesliga, with leaders Bayern Munich hosting third-placed Union Berlin on Sunday.

Borussia Dortmund's fine recent run has seen them slip into second and with all three sides on 43 points, BVB can pile on the pressure by going top ahead of Sunday's game by beating struggling Hoffenheim.

Die Kraichgauer are without a victory in any competition since the season resumed, form in stark contrast to Dortmund, who have won eight in a row in all competitions.

They have scored 22 goals in that time and have also won on their last two trips to Sinsheim.

Saturday, 8pm

New Valencia boss Ruben Baraja lost his first game in charge at the club he represented with such aplomb 1-0 at Getafe and Los Che start the weekend 19th in the table.

The boss could do with a player of his own ilk to drive the team from midfield and they face a Real Sociedad side with one of the best engine rooms in the division and with the newly-fit Mikel Oyarzabal ahead of them, who netted in Saturday's disappointing 1-1 draw at home to Celta Vigo.

While La Real have won just one of their last five games in all competitions, they have won four of their last five away league matches, with the sole 'blip' an impressive 0-0 draw at Real Madrid.

Valencia have won just once at home since September and Baraja's boys could struggle on the returning hero's first game back at Mestalla.

Sunday, 2pm

Raffaele Palladino has got Monza firing on the road this season
Raffaele Palladino has got Monza firing on the road this season

Monza are enjoying a good run on the road and can extend it away at Salernitana on Saturday.

Raffaele Palladino's side are unbeaten in their last four away games, drawing at Fiorentina before beating Cremonense, Juventus and Bologna.

Sunday's hosts, Salernitana, won three of their first six home league games of the season but have subsequently failed to triumph in the same number of matches at the Stadio Arechi.

They have also not won any of the pair's last six meetings, including November's reverse fixture, which they lost 3-0.

Sunday, 2pm

Reims are enjoying an excellent season, currently sitting 10th in the Ligue 1 table, a place and two points ahead of Sunday's visitors to the Stade Auguste-Delaune, Toulouse.

The visiting Violets were beaten 3-2 by Marseille last Sunday and have been in decent form, with two of their three away wins this term coming in their last three matches on the road.

However, Reims are unbeaten in seven at home in the league and are really hitting their stride under their impressive Football Manager-obsessed rookie coach Will Still.

They also have the division's joint-top scorer in Folarin Balogun and look well set to pick up a sixth home victory of the season.

Sunday, 5pm

A run of four games without a win has seen Udinese slip to 10th in the Serie A table but Le Zebrette should be able to run all over Spezia on Sunday.

As of writing, the visitors are still to find a replacement for sacked coach Luca Gotti and are back flirting with the bottom three following a run of one point from their last five games.

The Aquilotti are in real danger of the drop and Udinese should take advantage of their turmoil, regardless of whether a new coach is appointed in time.

Andrea Sottil's side can themselves be vulnerable, conceding in all but one game since Serie A resumed following the World Cup but this is the perfect opportunity to gain a confidence-building victory.

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