Midtylland to win v Lyngby (12:00pm) – Denmark Superliga

Club Brugge to win v St Liege (1:30pm) – Belgium Juliper League

RB Leipzig to win v Freiburg (2:30pm) – Germany Bundesliga

Sion v Basel to win (3:00pm) – Switzerland Super League

Sporting to win v Estoril (6:00pm) – Portugal Primeira Liga

 

Odds: 6/1
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This Sunday Euro Five-fold Acca travels to all parts of Europe to pluck out a nice value acca with some massive favourites to win at home.

The first home game is Danish side Midtylland who have been a consistent performer in the Superliga in previous seasons and have started this one with a bang. They are second in the league after six games and have won their last five games at home. They host a Lyngby side who are struggling to get any momentum going and haven’t chalked a win in eight games. This should be a no-brainer home win.

Club Brugge may sound like a strip joint but they are in fact a Belgian side who are top of their division and flying, winning all four of their opening games. Their opponents tonight Standard Liege are having a ‘mare, losing their last two games heavily without scoring a goal. They’ve only won one this season and will be lucky if they get anything other than their pants pulled down out of this day at Club Brugge.

Leipzig were the powerhouse of the Bundesliga last season, surprising everyone and finishing second in the league, giving themselves some European action this campaign. Freiburg had a decent season in 2016/17 but got a pounding from Leipzig 4-0 last time they went there. The Red Bull boys will be looking to open their account for the season in this home tie.

Basel smashed the Swiss league last season and will be odds on favourites to do the same again this season. They are one point off the top after five games and face a Sion side who have only won two games this season. The Basel boys are a strong side with plenty of experience and should see off Sion no trouble at all.

Sporting have started with a 100% record winning all of their first three games and look the nuts. They face a Estoril side who had an average season last time out, finishing mid-table. They’ve lost their last four head-to-heads against Sporting and it is unlikely that they’ll get anything from this one.

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